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Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award

The Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award is presented annually to the American Hockey League's best goaltender. The award winner is chosen by AHL media and players.

The award is named after former Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Aldege "Baz" Bastien.

Winners

Season Player Team
2012–13 Niklas Svedberg Providence Bruins
2011–12 Yann Danis Oklahoma City Barons
2010–11 Brad Thiessen Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
2009–10 Jonathan Bernier Manchester Monarchs
2008–09 Cory Schneider Manitoba Moose
2007–08 Michael Leighton Albany River Rats
2006–07 Jason LaBarbera Manchester Monarchs
2005–06 Dany Sabourin Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
2004–05 Ryan Miller Rochester Americans
2003–04 Jason LaBarbera Hartford Wolf Pack
2002–03 Marc Lamothe Grand Rapids Griffins
2001–02 Martin Prusek Grand Rapids Griffins
2000–01 Dwayne Roloson Worcester IceCats
1999–00 Martin Brochu Portland Pirates
1998–99 Martin Biron Rochester Americans
1997–98 Scott Langkow Springfield Falcons
1996–97 Jean-Francois Labbe Hershey Bears
1995–96 Manny Legace Springfield Falcons
1994–95 Jim Carey Portland Pirates
1993–94 Frederic Chabot Hershey Bears
1992–93 Corey Hirsch Binghamton Rangers
1991–92 Felix Potvin St. John's Maple Leafs
1990–91 Mark Laforest Binghamton Rangers
1989–90 Jean-Claude Bergeron Sherbrooke Canadiens
1988–89 Randy Exelby Sherbrooke Canadiens
1987–88 Wendell Young Hershey Bears
1986–87 Mark Laforest Adirondack Red Wings
1985–86 Sam St. Laurent Maine Mariners
1984–85 Jon Casey Baltimore Skipjacks
1983–84 Brian Ford Fredericton Express

External links

  • Official AHL website
  • AHL Hall of Fame
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