It got better.
Coffey would be named a First Team All-Star the next two seasons and was also the Norris Trophy winner. In 1984-85 he would have 121 Points and in the season after he would have a career-highs of 48 Goals, 90 Assists, and 138 Points. Coffey added two more Stanley Cups, and he was now regarded unilaterally as the top blueliner in the NHL.Coffey would be the first major player of the Oilers’ dynasty to leave the team. A financial dispute would see Coffey traded to Pittsburgh, and he would go on to win another Stanley Cup and Norris Trophy. After Bobby Orr, Paul Coffey is the greatest offensive Defenseman in the history of the game, and in 2004 he would be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.