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Ken McKenzie Award


Ken McKenzie Award

The Ken McKenzie Award is presented annually to an individual who accomplished the most during the season in promoting his or her American Hockey League team, by marketing and public relations. The award is named for Ken McKenzie, the co-founder and longtime president and publisher of The Hockey News.


Season Recipient Team
2010–11 Mike Cosentino Toronto Marlies
2009–10 Jim Sarosy Syracuse Crunch
2008–09 Courtney Mahoney Chicago Wolves
2007–08 Norva Riddell Manitoba Moose
2006–07 Randy Cleves Grand Rapids Griffins
2005–06 Mike Wojciechowski Milwaukee Admirals
2004–05 Brian Lewis Hamilton Bulldogs
2003–04 Chris Schwartz St. John's Maple Leafs
2002–03 Don Helbig Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
2001–02 Jim Sarosy Syracuse Crunch
2000–01 Dave Cieslinski Rochester Americans
1999–00 Brian Magness Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Rich Hixon
1998–99 Cary Kaplan Hamilton Bulldogs
1997–98 Chris Palin Rochester Americans
1996–97 Glenn Stanford St. John's Maple Leafs
Carole Appleton Springfield Falcons
1995–96 Tim Kuhl Syracuse Crunch
1994–95 Tim Kuhl Syracuse Crunch
1993–94 Jeremy Duncan Albany River Rats
1992–93 Catherine Galea Hamilton Canucks
Jason Siegel Binghamton Rangers
1991–92 Russ Newton Fredericton Canadiens
1990–91 Jan MacDonald New Haven Nighthawks
1989–90 Don Ostrom Adirondack Red Wings
1988–89 John Forslund Springfield Indians
1987–88 Doug Yingst Hershey Bears
1986–87 Larry Haley Moncton Golden Flames
1985–86 Randy Scott Rochester Americans
1984–85 Dale Arnold Maine Mariners
1983–84 Dave Strader Adirondack Red Wings
1982–83 Mike Doyle Fredericton Express
1981–82 Rick Peckham Rochester Americans
1980–81 Brent Hancock Hershey Bears
1979–80 Bruce Landon Springfield Indians
1978–79 Roy Mlakar New Haven Nighthawks
1977–78 Mike Emrick Maine Mariners


External links

  • Official AHL website
  • AHL Hall of Fame
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