Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award

The Hap Holmes Memorial Award is an ice hockey trophy awarded annually to the goaltenders of the American Hockey League team with the lowest goals against average, and who have appeared in at least 25 regular season games.

Prior to 1972 awarded to the goaltender with the lowest goals-against average who appeared in at least 50% of regular season games. It was first awarded in 1948. The trophy is named after Hap Holmes.

Award winners

Season Player Team
2018–19Edward PasqualeSyracuse Crunch
2017–18Garret SparksToronto Marlies
Calvin Pickard
2016–17Tristan JarryWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Casey DeSmith
2015–16Peter BudajOntario Reign
2014–15Matt MurrayWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Jeff Zatkoff
2013–14Jeff DeslauriersWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Eric Hartzell
2012–13Brad ThiessenWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Jeff Zatkoff
2011–12Ben ScrivensToronto Marlies
2010–11Brad ThiessenWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
John Curry
2009–10Cedrick DesjardinsHamilton Bulldogs
Curtis Sanford
2008–09Cory SchneiderManitoba Moose
2007–08Nolan SchaeferHouston Aeros
Barry Brust
2006–07Jason LaBarberaManchester Monarchs
2005–06Dany SabourinWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
2004–05Jason LaBarberaHartford Wolf Pack
Steve Valiquette
2003–04Wade DubielewiczBridgeport Sound Tigers
Dieter Kochan
2002–03Marc LamotheGrand Rapids Griffins
Joey MacDonald
2001–02Martin PrusekGrand Rapids Griffins
Simon Lajeunesse
Mathieu Chouinard
2000–01Mika NoronenRochester Americans
Tom Askey
1999–2000Milan HnilickaHartford Wolf Pack
Jean-Francois Labbe
1998–99Martin BironRochester Americans
Tom Draper
1997–98Jean-Sebastien GiguereSaint John Flames
Tyler Moss
1996–97Jean-Francois LabbeHershey Bears
1995–96Manny LegaceSpringfield Falcons
Scott Langkow
1994–95Mike DunhamAlbany River Rats
Corey Schwab
1993–94Olaf KolzigPortland Pirates
Byron Dafoe
1992–93Corey HirschBinghamton Rangers
Boris Rousson
1991–92David LittmanRochester Americans
1990–91David LittmanRochester Americans
Darcy Wakaluk
1989–90Jean-Claude BergeronSherbrooke Canadiens
Andre Racicot
1988–89Randy ExelbySherbrooke Canadiens
Francois Gravel
1987–88Vincent RiendeauSherbrooke Canadiens
Jocelyn Perreault
1986–87Vincent RiendeauSherbrooke Canadiens
1985–86Sam St. LaurentMaine Mariners
Karl Friesen
1984–85Jon CaseyBaltimore Skipjacks
1983–84Brian FordFredericton Express
1982–83Brian FordFredericton Express
Clint Malarchuk
1981–82Bob JanecykNew Brunswick Hawks
Warren Skorodenski
1980–81Pelle LindberghMaine Mariners
Robbie Moore
1979–80Rick St. CroixMaine Mariners
Robbie Moore
1978–79Pete PeetersMaine Mariners
Robbie Moore
1977–78Bob HollandNova Scotia Voyageurs
Maurice Barrette
1976–77Ed WalshNova Scotia Voyageurs
Dave Elenbaas
1975–76Ed WalshNova Scotia Voyageurs
Dave Elenbaas
1974–75Ed WalshNova Scotia Voyageurs
Dave Elenbaas
1973–74Jim ShawNova Scotia Voyageurs
Dave Elenbaas
1972–73Michel LarocqueNova Scotia Voyageurs
Michel DeGuise
1971–72Dan BouchardBoston Braves
Ross Brooks
1970–71Gary KurtCleveland Barons
1969–70Gilles VillemureBuffalo Bisons
1968–69Gilles VillemureBuffalo Bisons
1967–68Bobby PerreaultRochester Americans
1966–67Andre GillHershey Bears
1965–66Les BinkleyCleveland Barons
1964–65Gerry CheeversRochester Americans
1963–64Roger CrozierPittsburgh Hornets
1962–63Denis DeJordyBuffalo Bisons
1961–62Marcel PailleSpringfield Indians
1960–61Marcel PailleSpringfield Indians
1959–60Ed ChadwickRochester Americans
1958–59Bobby PerreaultHershey Bears
1957–58Johnny BowerCleveland Barons
1956–57Johnny BowerProvidence Reds
1955–56Gil MayerPittsburgh Hornets
1954–55Gil MayerPittsburgh Hornets
1953–54Gil MayerPittsburgh Hornets
1952–53Gil MayerPittsburgh Hornets
1951–52Johnny BowerCleveland Barons
1950–51Gil MayerPittsburgh Hornets
1949–50Connie DionBuffalo Bisons
1948–49Baz BastienPittsburgh Hornets
1947–48Baz BastienPittsburgh Hornets
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