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McDavid Wins Art Ross Trophy for Fourth Time

Connor McDavid officially secured the Art Ross Trophy after leading the league with 123 points, a career-high.
Connor McDavid

Connor McDavid continues to dominate. 

After recording a career-high with 44 goals and 123 points, the Edmonton Oilers officially secured the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's scoring champion.

 McDavid has won in consecutive seasons for the second time in his career after winning in 2017, 2018 and 2021. Jaromir Jagr (1998-01) was the last player to win the award in consecutive seasons.

Johnny Gaudreau and Jonathan Huberdeau finished tied for second with 115 points, while Leon Draisaitl (110), Kirill Kaprizov (108), Auston Matthews (106), Steven Stamkos (106) and Matthew Tkachuk (104) all broke the 100-point barrier, with J.T. Miller finishing with 99. 

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