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National Hockey League (NHL) Bud Light Trophy (NHL +/- Award)

National Hockey League (NHL) Bud Light Trophy (NHL +/- Award)

 

An annual award "to the player, having played a minimum of 60 games (34 games in 1994-95), who leads the league in plus/minus statistics" at the end of  the regular season. Bud Ice will contribute $5,000 on behalf of the  winner to the charity of his choice and $1,000 on behalf of each individual team winner. The award was presented to the NHL in 1989-90 by Bud Ice to recognize the League leader in plus-minus statistics. Plus-minus statistics are calculated by giving a players a "plus" when on-ice for an even-strength or shorthanded goal scored by his team. He receives a "minus" when on-ice for an even strength or shorthanded goal scored by the opposing team. A plus-minus award has been presented presented annually since the 1982-83 season. The trophy has been sponsored by a number of different companies over the years. The sponsoring companies have included Emery Worldwide (Emery Edge Trophy), Alka-Seltzer (Alka-Seltzer Trophy) and Anheuser-Busch Inc (Bud Ice Trophy, Bud Light Trophy).

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Year

Winner

Team

2007

Thomas Vanek

Buffalo Sabres

2006

Wade Redden
Michal Rozsival

Ottawa Senators
New York Rangers

2005

No Season

 

2004

Martin St. Louis

Marek Malik

Tampa Bay Lightning

Vancouver Canucks

2003

Peter Forsberg
Milan Hejduk

Colorado Avalanche

2002

Chris Chelios

Detroit Red Wings

2001

Joe Salic

Patrik Elias

Colorado Avalanche

New Jersey Devils

2000

Chris Pronger

St. Louis Blues

1999

John LeClair

Philadelphia Flyers

1998

Chris Pronger

St. Louis Blues

1997

John LeClair

Philadelphia Flyers