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The NHL All-Rookie Team is chosen by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association from the best rookies in the National Hockey League at each position for the season just concluded based on their performance in that year. The team was first named after the 1982-83 NHL season and since then many future stars have been selected.

The team consists of one goalie, two defensemen and three forwards. In order to be considered a rookie in the NHL, the rookie must be eligible to win the Calder Trophy. The qualification criteria to be eligible are that the player must have played fewer than 25 NHL games the previous year -OR- fewer than 26 NHL games the previous two years, as well as being under the age of 26 on September 15 of the season in which he is eligible. The age consideration was added after Sergei Makarov won the trophy at age 31 in 1990.

All-Rookie Teams by year

(players denoted with CT were winners of the Calder Trophy that season)

Season Pos Player NHL Team GP G A PTS PIM GP W L T GAA
1982-83 G Pelle Lindbergh Philadelphia Flyers 40 23 13 3 2.98
D Scott Stevens Washington Capitals 77 9 16 25 195
D Phil Housley Buffalo Sabres 77 19 47 66 39
F Dan Daoust Montreal/Toronto 52 18 34 52 35
F Steve Larmer (CT) Chicago Blackhawks 80 43 47 90 28
F Mats Naslund Montreal Canadiens 74 26 45 71 10
1983-84 G Tom Barrasso (CT) Buffalo Sabres 42 26 12 3 2.84
D Thomas Eriksson Philadelphia Flyers 68 11 33 44 37
D Jamie Macoun Calgary Flames 72 9 23 32 97
F Steve Yzerman Detroit Red Wings 80 39 48 87 33
F Hakan Loob Calgary Flames 77 30 25 55 22
F Sylvain Turgeon Hartford Whalers 76 40 32 72 55
1984-85 G Steve Penney Montreal Canadiens 54 26 18 8 3.08
D Chris Chelios Montreal Canadiens 74 9 55 64 87
D Bruce Bell Quebec Nordiques 75 6 31 37 44
F Mario Lemieux (CT) Pittsburgh Penguins 73 43 57 100 54
F Tomas Sandstrom New York Rangers 74 29 29 58 51
F Warren Young Pittsburgh Penguins 80 40 32 72 174
1985-86 G Patrick Roy Montreal Canadiens 47 23 18 3 3.35
D Gary Suter (CT) Calgary Flames 80 18 50 68 141
D Dana Murzyn Hartford Whalers 78 3 23 26 125
F Mike Ridley New York Rangers 80 22 43 65 69
F Kjell Dahlin Montreal Canadiens 77 32 39 71 4
F Wendel Clark Toronto Maple Leafs 66 34 11 45 227
1986-87 G Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers 66 37 21 6 3.00
D Steve Duchesne Los Angeles Kings 75 13 25 38 74
D Brian Benning St. Louis Blues 78 13 26 39 110
F Jimmy Carson Los Angeles Kings 80 37 42 79 22
F Luc Robitaille (CT) Los Angeles Kings 79 45 39 84 28
F Jim Sandlak Vancouver Canucks 78 15 21 36 66
1987-88 G Darren Pang Chicago Blackhawks 45 17 23 1 3.84
D Glen Wesley Boston Bruins 79 7 30 37 69
D Calle Johansson Buffalo Sabres 71 4 38 42 37
F Joe Nieuwendyk (CT) Calgary Flames 75 51 41 92 23
F Ray Sheppard Buffalo Sabres 74 38 27 65 14
F Iain Duncan Winnipeg Jets 62 19 23 42 73
1988-89 G Peter Sidorkiewicz Hartford Whalers 44 22 18 4 3.03
D Brian Leetch (CT) New York Rangers 68 23 48 71 50
D Zarley Zalapski Pittsburgh Penguins 58 12 33 45 57
F Trevor Linden Vancouver Canucks 80 30 29 59 41
F Tony Granato New York Rangers 78 36 27 63 140
F David Volek New York Islanders 77 25 34 59 24
1989-90 G Bob Essensa Winnipeg Jets 36 18 9 5 3.15
D Brad Shaw Hartford Whalers 64 3 32 35 30
D Geoff Smith Edmonton Oilers 74 4 11 15 52
F Mike Modano Minnesota North Stars 80 29 46 75 63
F Sergei Makarov (CT) Calgary Flames 80 24 62 86 55
F Rod Brind'Amour St. Louis Blues 79 26 35 61 46
1990-91 G Ed Belfour (CT) Chicago Blackhawks 74 43 19 7 2.47
D Eric Weinrich New Jersey Devils 76 4 34 38 48
D Rob Blake Los Angeles Kings 75 12 34 46 125
F Sergei Fedorov Detroit Red Wings 77 31 48 79 66
F Ken Hodge, Jr. Boston Bruins 70 30 29 59 20
F Jaromir Jagr Pittsburgh Penguins 80 27 30 57 42
1991-92 G Dominik Hasek Chicago Blackhawks 20 10 4 1 2.60
D Nicklas Lidström Detroit Red Wings 80 11 49 60 22
D Vladimir Konstantinov Detroit Red Wings 79 8 26 34 172
F Kevin Todd New Jersey Devils 80 21 42 63 69
F Tony Amonte New York Rangers 79 35 34 69 55
F Gilbert Dionne Montreal Canadiens 39 21 13 34 10
1992-93 G Felix Potvin Toronto Maple Leafs 48 25 15 7 2.50
D Vladimir Malakhov New York Islanders 64 14 38 52 59
D Scott Niedermayer New Jersey Devils 80 11 29 40 47
F Eric Lindros Philadelphia Flyers 61 41 34 75 147
F Teemu Selänne (CT) Winnipeg Jets 84 76 56 132 45
F Joe Juneau Boston Bruins 84 32 70 102 33
1993-94 G Martin Brodeur (CT) New Jersey Devils 47 27 11 8 2.40
D Chris Pronger Hartford Whalers 81 5 25 30 113
D Boris Mironov Winnipeg/Edmonton 79 7 24 31 110
F Jason Arnott Edmonton Oilers 78 33 35 68 104
F Mikael Renberg Philadelphia Flyers 83 38 44 82 36
F Oleg Petrov Montreal Canadiens 55 12 15 27 2
1994-95 G Jim Carey Washington Capitals 28 18 6 3 2.13
D Chris Therien Philadelphia Flyers 48 3 10 13 38
D Kenny Jonsson Toronto Maple Leafs 39 2 7 9 16
F Peter Forsberg (CT) Quebec Nordiques 47 15 35 50 16
F Jeff Friesen San Jose Sharks 48 15 10 25 14
F Paul Kariya Anaheim Mighty Ducks 47 18 21 39 4
1995-96 G Corey Hirsch Vancouver Canucks 41 17 14 6 2.93
D Ed Jovanovski Florida Panthers 70 10 11 21 137
D Kyle McLaren Boston Bruins 74 5 12 17 73
F Daniel Alfredsson (CT) Ottawa Senators 82 26 35 61 28
F Eric Daze Chicago Blackhawks 80 30 23 53 18
F Petr Sykora New Jersey Devils 63 18 24 42 32
1996-97 G Patrick Lalime Pittsburgh Penguins 39 21 12 2 2.94
D Bryan Berard (CT) New York Islanders 82 8 40 48 86
D Janne Niinimaa Philadelphia Flyers 77 4 40 44 58
F Jarome Iginla Calgary Flames 82 21 29 50 37
F Jim Campbell St. Louis Blues 68 23 20 43 68
F Sergei Berezin Toronto Maple Leafs 73 25 16 41 2
1997-98 G Jamie Storr Los Angeles Kings 17 9 5 1 2.22
D Mattias Ohlund Vancouver Canucks 77 7 23 30 76
D Derek Morris Calgary Flames 82 9 20 29 88
F Sergei Samsonov (CT) Boston Bruins 79 25 26 51 18
F Patrik Elias New Jersey Devils 74 18 19 37 28
F Mike Johnson Toronto Maple Leafs 82 15 32 47 24
1998-99 G Jamie Storr Los Angeles Kings 28 12 12 2 2.40
D Tom Poti Edmonton Oilers 73 5 16 21 42
D Sami Salo Ottawa Senators 61 7 12 19 24
F Chris Drury (CT) Colorado Avalanche 79 20 24 44 62
F Milan Hejduk Colorado Avalanche 82 14 34 48 26
F Marian Hossa Ottawa Senators 60 15 15 30 37
1999-00 G Brian Boucher Philadelphia Flyers 35 20 10 3 1.91
D Brian Rafalski New Jersey Devils 75 5 27 32 28
D Brad Stuart San Jose Sharks 82 10 26 36 32
F Simon Gagne Philadelphia Flyers 80 20 28 48 22
F Scott Gomez (CT) New Jersey Devils 82 19 51 70 78
F Mike York New York Rangers 82 26 24 50 18
2000-01 G Evgeni Nabokov (CT) San Jose Sharks 66 32 21 7 2.19
D Lubomir Visnovsky Los Angeles Kings 81 7 32 39 36
D Colin White New Jersey Devils 82 1 19 20 155
F Martin Havlat Ottawa Senators 73 19 23 42 20
F Brad Richards Tampa Bay Lightning 82 21 41 62 14
F Shane Willis Carolina Hurricanes 73 20 24 44 45
2001-02 G Dan Blackburn New York Rangers 31 12 16 0 3.28
D Nick Boynton Boston Bruins 80 4 14 18 107
D Rostislav Klesla Columbus Blue Jackets 75 8 8 16 74
F Dany Heatley (CT) Atlanta Thrashers 82 26 41 67 56
F Ilya Kovalchuk Atlanta Thrashers 65 29 22 51 28
F Kristian Huselius Florida Panthers 79 23 22 45 14
2002-03 G Sebastien Caron Pittsburgh Penguins 24 7 14 2 2.64
D Jay Bouwmeester Florida Panthers 82 4 12 16 14
D Barret Jackman (CT) St. Louis Blues 82 3 16 19 190
F Tyler Arnason Chicago Blackhawks 82 19 20 39 20
F Rick Nash Columbus Blue Jackets 74 17 22 39 78
F Henrik Zetterberg Detroit Red Wings 79 22 22 44 8
2003-04 G Andrew Raycroft (CT) Boston Bruins 57 29 18 9 2.05
D John-Michael Liles Colorado Avalanche 79 10 24 34 28
D Joni Pitkänen Philadelphia Flyers 71 8 19 27 44
F Trent Hunter New York Islanders 77 25 26 51 16
F Ryan Malone Pittsburgh Penguins 81 22 21 43 64
F Michael Ryder Montreal Canadiens 81 25 38 63 26
2005-06 G Henrik Lundqvist New York Rangers 53 30 12 9 2.24
D Dion Phaneuf Calgary Flames 82 20 29 49 93
D Andrej Meszaros Ottawa Senators 82 10 29 39 61
F Alexander Ovechkin (CT) Washington Capitals 81 52 54 106 52
F Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins 81 39 63 102 110
F Brad Boyes Boston Bruins 82 26 43 69 30
2006-07 G Mike Smith Dallas Stars 23 12 5 2 2.23
D Matthew Carle San Jose Sharks 77 11 31 42 30
D Marc-Edouard Vlasic San Jose Sharks 81 3 23 26 18
F Evgeni Malkin (CT) Pittsburgh Penguins 78 33 52 85 80
F Jordan Staal Pittsburgh Penguins 81 29 13 42 24
F Paul Stastny Colorado Avalanche 82 28 50 78 42

Trivia

  • Pavel Bure is the only Calder Trophy winner not to be on the All-Rookie Team. He was not included in 1992 because at the time the forwards were picked as the best three in each individual forward position. Bure played both left wing and right wing, so he was not selected for either position and was left off the team. Beginning with the 1992-93 NHL season, voters selected three forwards for the All-Rookie Team, rather than choosing a left wing, centre and right wing.
  • Jamie Storr was goalie of both the 1998 and 1999 versions of the All-Rookie Season. He was still under the maximum amount of games a rookie could then play while retaining rookie status, even though the 1998-99 season was his 5th in the NHL. He had only played five games in each of his first three seasons, and played only 17 games in the 1997-98 season, thus retaining his rookie status for the next season.
  • The only occurrences of one team producing the All-Rookie Team goalie in back-to-back seasons (besides the Los Angeles Kings with Storr), were the Montreal Canadiens in 1985 and 1986, and the Chicago Blackhawks in 1991 and 1992. The two goalies from Montreal were Steve Penney and Patrick Roy while Chicago's two goalies were Ed Belfour and Dominik Hasek.
  • Before four rookies (Alexander Ovechkin, Sidney Crosby, Marek Svatos and Petr Prucha) did it in 2005-06, Eric Daze was the last NHL rookie to score 30 goals in a season, which he achieved in 1995-96. Ilya Kovalchuk came close in 2001-02, but he fell short by one goal, an eight season drought for NHL rookies.
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins hold the record for most rookies on the All-Rookie Team, with ten players selected to the team in the history of the team. In addition, the Devils sent at least one representative to the team 4 years in a row from 1991-1994.
  • The NHL All-Rookie Team has included many future superstars, but it has also produced rookies who only lasted one or two more seasons in the league. Such players include Steve Penney, Darren Pang, Dan Blackburn, Iain Duncan, Ken Hodge Jr., Kjell Dahlin and Thomas Eriksson.
  • The 86-87 L.A.Kings are the only team to place 3 players(Robitaille,Carson & Dushense).

References

  • 2005 NHL Official Guide & Record Book - ISBN 0-920445-91-8
  • Total Hockey (Second Edition), Editor - Dan Diamond, ISBN 1-892129-85-X
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