Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid of Richmond Hill, Ontario won the Rocket Richard Trophy and the Art Ross Trophy on Friday. He won the Rocket Richard Trophy by leading the National Hockey League in goals with 64 and won the Art Ross Trophy by leading the National Hockey League in points with 153. McDavid also led the NHL with 89 assists, and had a +22 with 36 penalty minutes, 71 power-play points, seven shorthanded points, 11 game-winning goals, and 352 shots on goal. He also had 525 faceoff wins, 40 blocked shots, 89 hits, 82 takeaways, and 77 giveaways.
This is the first time in McDavid’s career he won the Rocket Richard Trophy. This is the fifth time McDavid won the Art Ross Trophy. He also won the Art Ross Trophy in 2016-17 with 100 points, in 2017-18 with 108 points, in 2020-21 with 105 points, and in 2021-22 with 123 points.
McDavid was one of two Canadians to record 50 goals this season. He was joined by Tampa Bay Lightning center Brayden Point of Calgary, Alberta, who had 51 goals.
McDavid was one of three Canadians to record 100 points this season. He was joined by Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon of Halifax, Nova Scotia, who had 111 points (42 goals and 69 assists), and Oilers center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins of Burnaby, British Columbia, who had 104 points (37 goals and 64 assists).