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Thomas Ebright Memorial Award

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Thomas Ebright Memorial Award

The Thomas Ebright Memorial Award is presented annually for outstanding career contributions to the American Hockey League. The award is named for Thomas Ebright, the former owner of the Portland Pirates and Baltimore Skipjacks. Ebright was a longtime member of the Board of Governors until his death in 1997.

Winners

Season Recipient
2010–11 Mark Chipman
2009–10 Tom Mitchell
2008–09 Jim Mill
2007–08 Doug Yingst
2006–07 Frank Miceli
2005–06 Al Coates
2004–05 Glenn Stanford
2003–04 Roy Boe
Jack Kelley
2002–03 Bill Watters
2001–02 Bruce Landon
2000–01 Bill Torrey
1999–00 Bryan Lewis
1998–99 Gordon Anziano
1997–98 Jack Butterfield

External links

  • Official AHL website
  • AHL Hall of Fame
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