Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy

The Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the regular season champion of the Western Hockey League. It is named after one of the league's founders, Scotty Munro.[1] Munro served as the general manager of the Estevan Bruins, and later as the head coach and general manager of the Calgary Centennials.

List of winners

2018–19Prince Albert Raiders112 points
2017–18Moose Jaw Warriors109 points
2016–17Regina Pats112 points
2015–16Victoria Royals106 points
2014–15Brandon Wheat Kings114 points
2013–14Kelowna Rockets118 points
2012–13Portland Winterhawks117 points
2011–12Edmonton Oil Kings107 points
2010–11Saskatoon Blades115 points
2009–10Calgary Hitmen107 points
2008–09Calgary Hitmen122 points
2007–08Tri-City Americans108 points
2006–07Everett Silvertips111 points
2005–06Medicine Hat Tigers103 points
2004–05Kootenay Ice104 points
2003–04Kelowna Rockets98 points
2002–03Kelowna Rockets109 points
2001–02Red Deer Rebels100 points
2000–01Red Deer Rebels114 points
1999–00Calgary Hitmen120 points
1998–99Calgary Hitmen110 points
1997–98Portland Winter Hawks111 points
1996–97Lethbridge Hurricanes97 points
1995–96Brandon Wheat Kings105 points
1994–95Kamloops Blazers110 points
1993–94Kamloops Blazers106 points
1992–93Swift Current Broncos100 points
1991–92Kamloops Blazers106 points
1990–91Kamloops Blazers102 points
1989–90Kamloops Blazers112 points
1988–89Swift Current Broncos111 points
1987–88Saskatoon Blades97 points
1986–87Kamloops Blazers113 points
1985–86Medicine Hat Tigers109 points
1984–85Prince Albert Raiders119 points
1983–84Kamloops Junior Oilers100 points
1982–83Saskatoon Blades105 points
1981–82Lethbridge Broncos100 points
1980–81Victoria Cougars121 points
1979–80Portland Winter Hawks107 points
1978–79Brandon Wheat Kings125 points
1977–78Brandon Wheat Kings106 points
1976–77Brandon Wheat Kings116 points
1975–76New Westminster Bruins112 points
1974–75Victoria Cougars99 points
1973–74Regina Pats97 points
1972–73Saskatoon Blades103 points
1971–72Calgary Centennials101 points
1970–71Edmonton Oil Kings91 points
1969–70Flin Flon Bombers84 points
1968–69Flin Flon Bombers94 points
1967–68Flin Flon Bombers99 points
1966–67Edmonton Oil Kings78 points

See also


  1. Watts, Jesse, ed. (2013). 2013–14 WHL Media Guide. Western Hockey League. p. 269.
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