For the first time in its four years of existence, the "ROCKET" RICHARD TROPHY was won by a North American-born player. Edmonton, Alberta's JAROME IGINLA captured his first "ROCKET" RICHARD TROPHY in 2002 after leading the Calgary Flames and all NHLers in goals scored with 52. In doing so, IGINLA ended Pavel Bure's two-year run as the RICHARD TROPHY winner. The 2001-02 season marked a breakthrough for IGINLA, who captured Olympic Gold in Salt Lake City in February with the Canadian Men's Olympic hockey team and set career NHL highs in goals (52), assists (44) and points (96). The recipient of the Lester B. Pearson Award and a First Team All-Star, IGINLA was also the runner-up in the balloting for the Hart Memorial Trophy behind Montreal's José Théodore. Boston's Bill Guerin and Glen Murray along with Toronto's Mats Sundin were runners-up with 41 goals each.