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Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy

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Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy

The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the player with the most points in the Ontario Hockey League. The trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of athlete and coach Eddie Powers. It was first awarded in 1945–46, though the OHL recognizes winners back to the 1933–34 Ontario Hockey Association junior season.[1]


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2012–13 Vincent Trocheck Saginaw Spirit/Plymouth Whalers
2011–12 Michael Sgarbossa Sudbury Wolves
2010–11 Tyler Toffoli Ottawa 67's
Jason Akeson Kitchener Rangers
2009–10 Tyler Seguin Plymouth Whalers
Taylor Hall Windsor Spitfires
2008–09 John Tavares London Knights
2007–08 Justin Azevedo Kitchener Rangers
2006–07 Patrick Kane London Knights
2005–06 Rob Schremp London Knights
2004–05 Corey Perry London Knights
2003–04 Corey Locke Ottawa 67's
2002–03 Corey Locke Ottawa 67's
2001–02 Nathan Robinson Belleville Bulls
2000–01 Kyle Wellwood Belleville Bulls
1999–00 Sheldon Keefe Barrie Colts
1998–99 Peter Sarno Sarnia Sting
1997–98 Peter Sarno Windsor Spitfires
1996–97 Marc Savard Oshawa Generals
1995–96 Aaron Brand Sarnia Sting
1994–95 Marc Savard Oshawa Generals
1993–94 Jason Allison London Knights
1992–93 Andrew Brunette Owen Sound Platers
1991–92 Todd Simon Niagara Falls Thunder
1990–91 Eric Lindros Oshawa Generals
1989–90 Keith Primeau Niagara Falls Thunder
1988–89 Bryan Fogarty Niagara Falls Thunder
1987–88 Andrew Cassels Ottawa 67's
1986–87 Scott McCrory Oshawa Generals
1985–86 Ray Sheppard Cornwall Royals
1984–85 Dave MacLean Belleville Bulls
1983–84 Tim Salmon Kingston Canadians
1982–83 Doug Gilmour Cornwall Royals
1981–82 Dave Simpson London Knights
1980–81 John Goodwin Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1979–80 Jim Fox Ottawa 67's
1978–79 Mike Foligno Sudbury Wolves
1977–78 Bobby Smith Ottawa 67's
1976–77 Dwight Foster Kitchener Rangers
1975–76 Mike Kaszycki Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1974–75 Bruce Boudreau Toronto Marlboros
1973–74 Jack Valiquette Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Rick Adduono St. Catharines Black Hawks
1972–73 Blake Dunlop Ottawa 67's
1971–72 Dave Gardner Toronto Marlboros
Billy Harris Toronto Marlboros
1970–71 Marcel Dionne St. Catharines Black Hawks
1969–70 Marcel Dionne St. Catharines Black Hawks
1968–69 Rejean Houle Montreal Junior Canadiens
1967–68 Tom Webster Niagara Falls Flyers
1966–67 Derek Sanderson Niagara Falls Flyers
1965–66 Andre Lacroix Peterborough Petes
1964–65 Ken Hodge St. Catharines Black Hawks
1963–64 Andre Boudrias Montreal Junior Canadiens
1962–63 Wayne Maxner Niagara Falls Flyers
1961–62 Andre Boudrias Montreal Junior Canadiens
1960–61 Rod Gilbert Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters
1959–60 Chico Maki St. Catharines Teepees
1958–59 Stan Mikita St. Catharines Teepees
1957–58 John McKenzie St. Catharines Teepees
1956–57 Bill Sweeney Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters
1955–56 Stan Baluik Kitchener Canucks
1954–55 Hank Ciesla St. Catharines Teepees
1953–54 Brian Cullen St. Catharines Teepees
1952–53 Jim McBurney Galt Black Hawks
1951–52 Ken Laufman Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters
1950–51 Lou Jankowski Oshawa Generals
1949–50 Earl Reibel Windsor Spitfires
1948–49 Bert Giesebrecht Windsor Spitfires
1947–48 George Armstrong Stratford Kroehlers
1946–47 Fleming Mackell Toronto St. Michael's Majors
1945–46 Tod Sloan Toronto St. Michael's Majors
1944–45 Leo Gravelle Toronto St. Michael's Majors
1943–44 Ken Smith Oshawa Generals
1942–43 Red Tilson Oshawa Generals
1941–42 Bob Wiest Brantford Lions
1940–41 Gaye Stewart Toronto Marlboros
1939–40 Jud McAtee Oshawa Generals
1938–39 Billy Taylor Oshawa Generals
1937–38 Hank Goldup Toronto Marlboros
1936–37 Billy Taylor Oshawa Generals
1935–36 John O'Flaherty West Toronto Redmen
1934–35 Jimmy Good Toronto Lions
1933–34 J. J. Graboski Oshawa Majors

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  1. ^ a b Bell, Aaron, ed. (2013). 2013–14 OHL Media Guide. Ontario Hockey League. p. 132. 
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