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Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award

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Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award

The Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award is an American Hockey League trophy awarded annually to the player best exemplifying sportsmanship, determination and dedication to hockey. The award is voted upon by players and members of the media around the American Hockey League.

The award is named for Fred T. Hunt, a former player, general manager and governor for the Buffalo Bisons, earning six Calder Cup championships during his career. The original Hunt Trophy was donated by the Buffalo Sabres.

Award winners

Season Player Team
2012–13 Brandon Davidson Oklahoma City Barons
2011–12 Chris Minard Grand Rapids Griffins
2010–11 Bryan Helmer Oklahoma City Barons
2009–10 Casey Borer Albany River Rats
2008–09 Ajay Baines Iowa Chops
2007–08 Jordan Sigalet Providence Bruins
2006–07 Mike Keane Manitoba Moose
2005–06 Mark Cullen Norfolk Admirals
2004–05 Chris Taylor Rochester Americans
2003–04 Ken Gernander Hartford Wolf Pack
2002–03 Chris Ferraro Portland Pirates
Eric Healey Manchester Monarchs
2001–02 Nathan Dempsey St. John's Maple Leafs
2000–01 Kent Hulst Portland Pirates
Providence Bruins
1999–00 Randy Cunneyworth Rochester Americans
1998–99 Mitch Lamoureux Hershey Bears
1997–98 Craig Charron Rochester Americans
1996–97 Steve Passmore Hamilton Bulldogs
1995–96 Ken Gernander Binghamton Rangers
1994–95 Steve Larouche Prince Edward Island Senators
1993–94 Jim Nesich Cape Breton Oilers
1992–93 Tim Tookey Hershey Bears
1991–92 John Anderson New Haven Nighthawks
1990–91 Glenn Merkosky Adirondack Red Wings
1989–90 Murray Eaves Adirondack Red Wings
1988–89 Murray Eaves Adirondack Red Wings
1987–88 Bruce Boudreau Springfield Indians
1986–87 Glenn Merkosky Adirondack Red Wings
1985–86 Steve Tsujiura Maine Mariners
1984–85 Paul Gardner Binghamton Whalers
1983–84 Claude Larose Sherbrooke Jets
1982–83 Ross Yates Binghamton Whalers
1981–82 Mike Kaszycki New Brunswick Hawks
1980–81 Tony Cassolato Hershey Bears
1979–80 Norm Dube Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1978–79 Bernie Johnston Maine Mariners
1977–78 Blake Dunlop Maine Mariners

External links

  • Official AHL website
  • AHL Hall of Fame
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