Bob Clarke Trophy

The Bob Clarke Trophy is awarded annually to the top scorer in the Western Hockey League.

It is named after National Hockey League Hall of Famer Bobby Clarke who was one of the WHL's early stars. Clarke won the league scoring title both years he played in the league. When first introduced in 1966, it was named the "Brownridge" trophy after Bob Brownridge, who played in the WCSHL with the Calgary Stampeders from 1945 to 1949. In 1987 the WHL renamed the trophy in Clarke's honour.[1]

List of winners

2018–19Joachim BlichfeldPortland Winterhawks114 (53G, 61A)
2017–18Jayden HalbgewachsMoose Jaw Warriors129 (70G, 59A)
2016–17Sam SteelRegina Pats131 (50G, 81A)
2015–16Adam BrooksRegina Pats120 (38G, 82A)
2014–15Oliver BjorkstrandPortland Winterhawks118 (63G, 55A)
2013–14Mitch HolmbergSpokane Chiefs118 (62G, 56A)
2012–13Brendan LeipsicPortland Winterhawks120 (49G, 71A)
2011–12Brendan ShinniminTri-City Americans134 (58G, 76A)
2010–11Linden VeyMedicine Hat Tigers116 (46G, 70A)
2009–10Brandon KozunCalgary Hitmen107 (32G, 75A)
2008–09Casey Pierro-ZabotelVancouver Giants115 (36G, 79A)
2007–08Mark SantorelliChilliwack Bruins101 (27G, 74A)
2006–07Zach HamillEverett Silvertips93 (32G, 61A)
2005–06Troy BrouwerMoose Jaw Warriors102 (49G, 53A)
2004–05Eric FehrBrandon Wheat Kings111 (59G, 52A)
2003–04Tyler RedenbachSwift Current Broncos105 (31G, 74A)
2002–03Erik ChristensenKamloops Blazers108 (54G, 54A)
2001–02Nathan BarrettLethbridge Hurricanes107 (45G, 62A)
2000–01Justin MapletoftRed Deer Rebels120 (43G, 77A)
1999–00Brad MoranCalgary Hitmen120 (48G, 72A)
1998–99Pavel BrendlCalgary Hitmen134 (73G, 61A)
1997–98Sergei VarlamovSwift Current Broncos119 (66G, 53A)
1996–97Todd RobinsonPortland Winter Hawks134 (38G, 96A)
1995–96Mark DeyellSaskatoon Blades159 (61G, 98A)
1994–95Daymond LangkowTri-City Americans140 (67G, 73A)
1993–94Lonny BohonosPortland Winter Hawks152 (62G, 90A)
1992–93Jason KrywulakSwift Current Broncos162 (81G, 81A)
1991–92Kevin St. JaquesLethbridge Hurricanes140 (65G, 75A)
1990–91Ray WhitneySpokane Chiefs185 (67G, 118A)
1989–90Len BarrieKamloops Blazers185 (85G, 100A)
1988–89Dennis HollandPortland Winter Hawks167 (82G, 85A)
1987–88(tie) Joe SakicSwift Current Broncos160 (78G, 82A)
(tie) Theoren FleuryMoose Jaw Warriors160 (68G, 92A)
1986–871(East) Craig EndeanRegina Pats146 (69G, 77A)
(West) Rob BrownKamloops Blazers212 (76G, 136A)
1985–86Rob BrownKamloops Blazers173 (58G, 115A)
1984–85Cliff RonningNew Westminster Bruins197 (89G, 108A)
1983–84Ray FerraroBrandon Wheat Kings192 (108G, 84A)
1982–83Dale DerkatchRegina Pats179 (84G, 95A)
1981–82Jock CallanderRegina Pats190 (79G, 111A)
1980–81Brian VargaRegina Pats160 (64G, 96A)
1979–80Doug WickenheiserRegina Pats170 (89G, 81A)
1978–79Brian ProppBrandon Wheat Kings194 (94G, 100A)
1977–78Brian ProppBrandon Wheat Kings182 (70G, 112A)
1976–77Bill DerlagoBrandon Wheat Kings178 (96G, 82A)
1975–76Bernie FederkoSaskatoon Blades187 (72G, 115A)
1974–75Mel BridgmanVictoria Cougars157 (66G, 91A)
1973–74Ron ChipperfieldBrandon Wheat Kings162 (90G, 72A)
1972–73Tom LysiakMedicine Hat Tigers154 (58G, 96A)
1971–72Tom LysiakMedicine Hat Tigers143 (46G, 97A)
1970–71Chuck ArnasonFlin Flon Bombers163 (79G, 84A)
1969–70Reggie LeachFlin Flon Bombers111 (65G, 46A)
1968–69Bobby ClarkeFlin Flon Bombers137 (51G, 86A)
1967–68Bobby ClarkeFlin Flon Bombers168 (51G, 117A)
1966–67Gerry PinderSaskatoon Blades140 (78G, 62A)
1The WHL handed out separate awards for the East and West divisions.

See also


  1. "1969 draft pick – Bobby Clarke". Hockey Draft Central. Retrieved 2013-12-24.
  2. Watts, Jesse, ed. (2013). 2013–14 WHL Media Guide. Western Hockey League. p. 266.
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