Drafted by Vancouver in the fourth round of 1989's entry draft, PAVEL BURE only teased at the potential he would flaunt in the NHL. Debuting with Vancouver in 1991-92, the Moscow-born BURE showed his immense skating skills and his extraordinary goal-scoring prowess, and finished the season with 34 goals, 26 assists and 60 points. BURE and the Canucks finished first in the Smythe Division that season. PAVEL would demonstrate his remarkable goal-scoring prowess further, scoring 60 goals in both of his next two seasons. But in 1991-92, the CALDER TROPHY was awarded to the Vancouver Canucks' PAVEL BURE. BURE beat out Detroit's Nicklas Lidstrom for the award.