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June 15, 2007
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With Sidney Crosby’s win at the 2007 NHL Awards Gala on Thursday night, the 19-year-old from Cole Harbour, NS became the 16th Team Canada medalist to also win the Hart Trophy.

The Pittsburgh Penguins forward, who won a gold medal with the National Junior Team in 2005 and a silver medal with the National Junior Team in 2004, beat out New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur and Vancouver netminder Roberto Luongo, who also would have joined the list if they had taken home the hardware.

Joe Thornton – 2006

World Championship silver medal (2005)

World Cup 1st place (2004)

World Junior Championship gold medal (1997)

Martin St-Louis – 2004

World Cup 1st place (2004)

José Théodore – 2002

World Junior Championship gold medal (1996)

Joe Sakic – 2001

World Cup 1st place (2004)

Olympic gold medal (2002)

World Championship gold medal (1994)

World Championship silver medal (1991)

World Junior Championship gold medal (1988)

Chris Pronger – 2000

Olympic gold medal (2002)

World Championship gold medal (1997)

World Junior Championship gold medal (1993)

Mario Lemieux – 1988, 1993, 1996

World Cup 1st place (2004)

Olympic gold medal (2002)

World Championship silver medal (1987)

Canada Cup 1st Place (1987)

World Junior Championship bronze medal (1983)

Eric Lindros – 1995

Olympic gold medal (2002)

Olympic silver medal (1992)

World Junior Championship gold medal (1991)

World Junior Championship gold medal (1990)

Mark Messier – 1990, 1992

Canada Cup 1st Place (1991)

World Championship silver medal (1989)

Canada Cup 1st Place (1987)

Canada Cup 1st Place (1984)

Wayne Gretzky – 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989

Canada Cup 1st Place (1991)

Canada Cup 1st Place (1987)

Canada Cup 1st Place (1984)

World Championship bronze medal (1982)

World Junior Championship bronze medal (1978)

Bobby Clarke – 1973, 1975, 1976

World Championship bronze medal (1982)

Guy Lafleur – 1977, 1978

Canada Cup 1st Place (1976)

Bob Clarke – 1973, 1975, 1976

Canada Cup 1st Place (1976)

Phil Esposito – 1969, 1974

Canada Cup 1st Place (1976)

Bobby Orr – 1970, 1971, 1972

Canada Cup 1st Place (1976)

Bobby Hull – 1965, 1966

Canada Cup 1st Place (1976)

In total, five of the eight major award winners, along with nine of the 12 all-star team spots, went to Canadians.

Hart Trophy & Lester B. Pearson Award – Sidney Crosby

2005 National Junior Team (gold)

2004 National Junior Team (silver)

Vezina Trophy – Martin Brodeur

2005 World Championship (silver)

2004 World Cup (1st place)

Olympics (gold)

1996 World Championship (silver)

Frank J. Selke Trophy – Rod Brind’Amour

1994 World Championship (gold)

Jack Adams Award – Alain Vigneault

1991 World Junior Championship (gold)


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