Ken McKenzie Trophy (IHL)

The Ken McKenzie Trophy was awarded annually by the International Hockey League to the American-born player judged to be most outstanding in his first season. The award is named for Ken McKenzie, the co-founder and longtime president and publisher of The Hockey News.


1977-78Mike EruzioneToledo Goaldiggers
1978-79Jon FontasSaginaw Gears
1979-80Bob JanecykFort Wayne Komets
1980-81 Mike LabiancaToledo Goaldiggers
Steve JanaszakFort Wayne Komets
1981-82Steve SalvucciSaginaw Gears
1982-83Paul FentonPeoria Prancers
1983-84Mike KrensingMuskegon Mohawks
1984-85Bill SchafhauserKalamazoo Wings
1985-86Brian NoonanSaginaw Generals
1986-87Ray LeBlancFlint Spirits
1987-88Dan WoodleyFlint Spirits
1988-89Paul RanheimSalt Lake Golden Eagles
1989-90Tim SweeneySalt Lake Golden Eagles
1990-91C J YoungSalt Lake Golden Eagles
1991-92Kevin WortmanSalt Lake Golden Eagles
1992-93Mark BeaufaitKansas City Blades
1993-94Chris RoglesIndianapolis Ice
1994-95Chris MarinucciDenver Grizzlies
1995-96Brett LieversUtah Grizzlies
1996-97Brian FelsnerOrlando Solar Bears
1997-98Eric NickulasOrlando Solar Bears
1998-99Mark MowersMilwaukee Admirals
1999-00Andrew BerenzweigMilwaukee Admirals
2000-01Brian PothierOrlando Solar Bears


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