John B. Sollenberger Trophy

The John B. Sollenberger Trophy is given to American Hockey League's leading scorer for the season.


The award was named for John B. Sollenberger in 1955. Sollenberger was a long-time contributor to the league as manager and president of the Hershey Bears and former Chairman of the Board of Governors. The award was originally named after Wally Kilrea, who held the AHL's single-season scoring record when the award was instituted 1947–48. That season, the award was renamed in honour of its first recipient, Carl Liscombe, who broke Kilrea's scoring record.


John B. Sollenberger Trophy[1]
Season Player Team
2018–19Carter VerhaegheSyracuse Crunch
2017–18Chris TerryLaval Rocket
2016–17Kenny AgostinoChicago Wolves
2015–16Chris BourqueHershey Bears
2014–15Brian O'NeillManchester Monarchs
2013–14Travis MorinTexas Stars
2012–13Brandon PirriRockford IceHogs
2011–12Chris BourqueHershey Bears
2010–11Corey LockeBinghamton Senators
2009–10Keith AucoinHershey Bears
2008–09Alexandre GirouxHershey Bears
2007–08Jason KrogChicago Wolves
2006–07Darren HaydarChicago Wolves
2005–06Kirby LawHouston Aeros
2004–05Jason SpezzaBinghamton Senators
2003–04Pavel RosaManchester Monarchs
2002–03Steve MaltaisChicago Wolves
2001–02Donald MacLeanSt. John's Maple Leafs
2000–01Derek ArmstrongHartford Wolf Pack
1999–00Christian MatteHershey Bears
1998–99Domenic PittisRochester Americans
1997–98Peter WhitePhiladelphia Phantoms
1996–97Peter WhitePhiladelphia Phantoms
1995–96Brad SmythCarolina Monarchs
1994–95Peter WhiteCape Breton Oilers
1993–94Tim TaylorAdirondack Red Wings
1992–93Don BiggsBinghamton Rangers
1991–92Shaun Van AllenCape Breton Oilers
1990–91Kevin ToddUtica Devils
1989–90Paul YsebaertUtica Devils
1988–89Stephan LebeauSherbrooke Canadiens
1987–88Bruce BoudreauSpringfield Indians
1986–87Tim TookeyHershey Bears
1985–86Paul GardnerRochester Americans
1984–85Paul GardnerBinghamton Whalers
1983–84Claude LaroseSherbrooke Jets
1982–83Ross YatesBinghamton Whalers
1981–82Mike KaszyckiNew Brunswick Hawks
1980–81Mark LofthouseHershey Bears
1979–80Norm DubeNova Scotia Voyageurs
1978–79Bernie JohnstonMaine Mariners
1977–78Rick AdduonoRochester Americans
Gord BrooksPhiladelphia Firebirds
1976–77Andre PeloffySpringfield Indians
1975–76Jean-Guy GrattonHershey Bears
1974–75Doug GibsonRochester Americans
1973–74Steve WestNew Haven Nighthawks
1972–73Yvon LambertNova Scotia Voyageurs
1971–72Don BlackburnProvidence Reds
1970–71Fred SpeckBaltimore Clippers
1969–70Jude DrouinMontreal Voyageurs
1968–69Jeannot GilbertHershey Bears
1967–68Simon NoletQuebec Aces
1966–67Gord LabossiereQuebec Aces
1965–66Dick GambleRochester Americans
1964–65Art StrattonBuffalo Bisons
1963–64Gerry EhmanRochester Americans
1962–63Bill SweeneySpringfield Indians
1961–62Bill SweeneySpringfield Indians
1960–61Bill SweeneySpringfield Indians
1959–60Fred GloverCleveland Barons
1958–59Bill HickeRochester Americans
1957–58Willie MarshallHershey Bears
1956–57Fred GloverCleveland Barons
1955–56Zellio ToppazziniProvidence Reds
1954–55Eddie OlsonCleveland Barons
Carl Liscombe Trophy
Season Player Team
1953–54George SullivanHershey Bears
1952–53Eddie OlsonCleveland Barons
1951–52Ray PowellProvidence Reds
1950–51Ab DeMarcoBuffalo Bisons
1949–50Les DouglasCleveland Barons
1948–49Sid SmithPittsburgh Hornets
1947–48Carl LiscombeProvidence Reds


  1. AHL Hall of Fame. "JOHN B. SOLLENBERGER TROPHY". AHL. Archived from the original on 2010-06-26. Retrieved 2011-05-09.
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