Brad Hornung Trophy

The Brad Hornung Trophy is awarded annually to the most sportsmanlike player of the Western Hockey League. First presented in 1967, it was later renamed in honour of former Regina Pats player Brad Hornung who was paralyzed during a game on March 1, 1987.[1]

List of winners

2018–19Justin AlmeidaMoose Jaw Warriors
2017–18Aleksi HeponiemiSwift Current Broncos
2016–17Tyler SteenbergenSwift Current Broncos
2015–16Tyler SoyVictoria Royals
2014–15Rourke ChartierKelowna Rockets
2013–14Sam ReinhartKootenay Ice
2012–13Dylan WruckEdmonton Oil Kings
2011–12Mark StoneBrandon Wheat Kings
2010–11Tyler JohnsonSpokane Chiefs
2009–10Jason BastMoose Jaw Warriors
2008–09Tyler EnnisMedicine Hat Tigers
2007–08Tyler EnnisMedicine Hat Tigers
2006–07Aaron GagnonSeattle Thunderbirds
2005–06Kris RussellMedicine Hat Tigers
2004–05Kris RussellMedicine Hat Tigers
2003–04Nigel DawesKootenay Ice
2002–03Boyd GordonRed Deer Rebels
2001–02Ian WhiteSwift Current Broncos
2000–01Matt KinchCalgary Hitmen
1999–00Trent HunterPrince George Cougars
1998–99Matt KinchCalgary Hitmen
1997–98Cory CyrenneBrandon Wheat Kings
1996–97Kelly SmartBrandon Wheat Kings
1995–96Hnat DomenichelliKamloops Blazers
1994–95Darren RitchieBrandon Wheat Kings
1993–94Lonny BohonosPortland Winter Hawks
1992–93Rick GirardSwift Current Broncos
1991–92Steve JunkerSpokane Chiefs
1990–91Pat FalloonSpokane Chiefs
1989–90Bryan BoschLethbridge Hurricanes
1988–89Blair AtcheynumMoose Jaw Warriors
1987–88Craig EndeanRegina Pats
1986–871(West) Dave ArchibaldPortland Winter Hawks
(East) Len NielsenRegina Pats
1985–861(West) Ken MorrisonKamloops Blazers
(East) Randy SmithSaskatoon Blades
1984–85Cliff RonningNew Westminster Bruins
1983–84Mark LambMedicine Hat Tigers
1982–83Darren BoykoWinnipeg Warriors
1981–82Mike MollerLethbridge Broncos
1980–81Steve TsujiuraMedicine Hat Tigers
1979–80Steve TsujiuraMedicine Hat Tigers
1978–79Errol RausseSeattle Breakers
1977–78Steve TambelliniLethbridge Broncos
1976–77Steve TambelliniLethbridge Broncos
1975–76Blair ChapmanSaskatoon Blades
1974–75Danny ArndtSaskatoon Blades
1973–74Mike RogersCalgary Centennials
1972–73Ron ChipperfieldBrandon Wheat Kings
1971–72Ron ChipperfieldBrandon Wheat Kings
1970–71Lorne HenningEstevan Bruins
1969–70Randy RotaCalgary Centennials
1968–69Bob LiddingtonCalgary Centennials
1967–68Bernie BlanchetteSaskatoon Blades
1966–67Morris StefaniwEstevan Bruins
1The WHL handed out separate awards for the East and West divisions.

See also


  1. Watts, Jesse, ed. (2013). 2013–14 WHL Media Guide. Western Hockey League. p. 266.
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