1989-90 Hockey Windows Season
- No Gretz, No Prob: Oilers Stanley Cup without Gretzky, with Messier, Kurri
- Hot Hands: Hull’s 72 top eight 50-goal scorers
- Stellar Stars: Bourque, Lemieux, Nieuwendyk, Roy, Yzerman
The stars could not have been much brighter than in this season, when the scoring leader was Wayne Gretzky, the MVP was Mark Messier, the Vezina Trophy winner was Patrick Roy, the Norris Trophy winner was Ray Bourque and the Lady Byng Trophy winner was Brett Hull. Steve Yzerman and Mario Lemieux were top-five scorers. Hull (72) and Yzerman (62) topped a list of eight 50-goal scorers that included Cam Neely, Pat Lafontaine and Brian Bellows.
After two years of yielding the top spot to Mario Lemieux (who still led in points per game, but played only 59), Gretzky won another scoring title, this time for LA. But the MVP was in Edmonton, which proved (once, and for the last time) that it could win the Stanley Cup without Gretzky. The Oilers still had MVP Messier (45g, 129p), Jari Kurri (33g, 90p), Glenn Anderson (34g, 72p) four other 20-goal scorers and defenseman Kevin Lowe.
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