Clarence S. Campbell Bowl

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The Clarence S. Campbell Bowl in the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto

The Clarence S. Campbell Bowl is an ice hockey trophy that has been awarded annually in the National Hockey League since 1992 to the team that wins the conference final of the Western Conference (and thus moves up to the Stanley Cup final ). It was donated by the NHL clubs and named after Clarence S. Campbell , the NHL president between 1946 and 1977. The counterpart to this, which the winner of the Eastern Conference wins, is the Prince of Wales Trophy .

Due to various structural changes and renaming within the NHL divisions and conferences, the recipient of this trophy also changed several times:

  • from 1968: best team of the basic round of the newly created West Division
  • from 1975: best team of the basic round of the Campbell Conference
  • from 1982: Playoff winner of the Campbell Conference
  • from 1992: Playoff winner of the Western Conference

Record holders are the Chicago Blackhawks and the Edmonton Oilers , each with seven trophies won. This is followed by the Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings , each with six titles.

The Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Islanders and the Philadelphia Flyers won both the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl and the Prince of Wales Trophy .

List of winners

Medal table

16 franchises share 51 trophies:

space society number
1 Edmonton Oilers 7th
Chicago Blackhawks
3 Philadelphia Flyers 6th
Detroit Red Wings
5 Calgary Flames 3
Los Angeles Kings
New York Islanders
St. Louis Blues
Vancouver Canucks
10 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim / Anaheim Ducks 2
Colorado Avalanche
Dallas Stars
13 Minnesota North Stars 1
Nashville Predators
San Jose Sharks
Vegas Golden Knights

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