One of the tragedies of NHL history is that BOBBY ORR's career was cut short due to knee injuries. The 1974-75 season saw ORR lead the league in scoring, but would also prove to be his last full season in the NHL. BOBBY would play portions of three more seasons -- one with Boston and two with the Chicago Black Hawks, before retiring. But the 1974-75 season was exceptional, as once again, ORR pushed past some of the most dominant point-achieving forwards in NHL history to win the ART ROSS TROPHY?as a defenceman! With 46 goals and 89 assists, BOBBY ORR tallied 135 points to beat teammate Phil Esposito by eight points. At the conclusion of the 1974-75 season, BOBBY ORR was awarded his second ART ROSS TROPHY as the NHL's leading scorer as well as his eighth consecutive inclusion on the NHL's First All-Star Team, his eighth Norris Trophy as the league's best defenceman as well as the Lester B. Pearson Trophy as the Most Valuable Player voted on by the players.