Answer: Sydney Crosby
As a rookie, “Sid The Kid” finished sixth in scoring among all NHL players and was the runner-up for the Calder Memorial Trophy to Alexander Ovechkin. In only his 2nd year as a pro, he was the NHL leader with 120 points and took home the Art Ross Trophy, making him the youngest to ever win the award and also the only teenager to ever do so. The same tear saw him get awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Award, handed out to the season’s most outstanding player. It made him only the 7th player in the long history of the league to win all three honors in the same year.