Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins in the 1969-70 season.
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Orr won 2 Stanley Cups with the Boston Bruins: 1970 and 1972
he has 2 Stanley cups
Orr won 3 consecutive Hart Memorial Trophies as the NHL's mvp from 1970-72.
He won several while a member of the Boston Bruins.
Bobby Orr won the following awards: Rookie Of The Year,Defencive player of the year lots of times, most points by a defenceman. He also was one of the very few that start at 18
Bobby Jackson never won a title in his 12 year NBA career.
No player ever won an National Collegiate Athletic Association scoring title, American Basketball Association scoring title, and National Basketball Association scoring title. ABA (1967-1976) scoring title winners were Connie Hawkins, Larry Jones, Spencer Haywood, Dan Issel, Charlie Scott, Julius Erving (three times), and George McGinnis. None of those players ever won a scoring title in the NBA.
8: 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975
No his senior year Adam Morrison edged him out.
I believe it was Crosby or Gretzky correct me if i am wrong.
It was in May 1970. The win completed a 4-0 sweep of the Blues in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Bobby Orr completed high school, and joined the Bruins the same year he graduated. He played juniors from age 14-18 and attended the local high school and skipped practices for school purposes, only participating in games, and still managed to win numerous awards in that league.
Jaromir Jagr in 2001
Oscar Roberton of the Milwaukee Bucks in the 70's
Gordie Drillon - A good old New Brunswick Boy - back in 1938
Scoring because it makes you win better then to lose.
You win in football by scoring more points then the other team.
I'm not sure but i think it's Allen Iverson pch answer: Nate Archibald
You win at volleyball by scoring more points than the other team.
Bobby Clampett didn't win much, he didn't win the US Open but his best finish was t3 in 1982.
I'm sure the hockey hall of fame would pay a pretty penny for the stick. They have the stick Bobby Orr used to score the famous goal and I am sure they would like to display the stick used by Sanderson that made the assist right next to it. I would say $50,000 - $75,000, easy.