Willie Marshall Award

The Willie Marshall Award is given to the American Hockey League's leading goal scorer for the regular season. The award was established in the 2003–04 season to honour Willie Marshall, the AHL's all-time leader in goals, assists, points and games played.[1] Marshall is also the AHL's all-time leader in post-season scoring.


Season Player Team
2018–19Carter VerhaegheSyracuse Crunch
Alex Barre-BouletSyracuse Crunch
2017–18Valentin ZykovCharlotte Checkers
2016–17Wade MeganChicago Wolves
2015–16Frank VatranoProvidence Bruins
2014–15Teemu PulkkinenGrand Rapids Griffins
2013–14Zach BoychukCharlotte Checkers
2012–13Tyler JohnsonSyracuse Crunch
2011–12Cory ConacherNorfolk Admirals
2010–11Colin McDonaldOklahoma City Barons
2009–10Alexandre GirouxHershey Bears
2008–09Alexandre GirouxHershey Bears
2007–08Jason KrogChicago Wolves
2006–07Brett SterlingChicago Wolves
2005–06Donald MacLeanGrand Rapids Griffins
Denis HamelBinghamton Senators
2004–05Michael CammalleriManchester Monarchs
2003–04Jeff HamiltonBridgeport Sound Tigers

Before the award

The following is a list of top goal scorers by season in the American Hockey League, prior to the institution of the Willie Marshall Award.

Season Player Team
2002–03Eric HealeyManchester Monarchs
2001–02Justin PapineauWorcester IceCats
Eric Boguniecki
2000–01Brad SmythHartford Wolf Pack
1999–00Mike ManelukPhiladelphia Phantoms
1998–99Jeff WilliamsAlbany River Rats
1997–98Paul BrousseauAdirondack Red Wings
1996–97Peter WhitePhiladelphia Phantoms
1995–96Brad SmythCarolina Monarchs
1994–95Steve LarouchePrince Edward Island Senators
1993–94Patrik AugustaSt. John's Maple Leafs
1992–93Chris TancillAdirondack Red Wings
1991–92Dan CurrieCape Breton Oilers
1990–91Michel PicardSpringfield Indians
1989–90John LeBlancCape Breton Oilers
1988–89Stephan LebeauSherbrooke Canadiens
1987–88Jody GageRochester Americans
1986–87Glenn MerkoskyAdirondack Red Wings
1985–86Paul GardnerRochester Americans
1984–85Paul GardnerBinghamton Whalers
1983–84Mal DavisRochester Americans
1982–83Mitch LamoureuxBaltimore Skipjacks
1981–82Richard DavidFredericton Express
1980–81Tony CassolatoHershey Bears
Mark Lofthouse
1979–80Gordie ClarkMaine Mariners
1978–79Rocky SaganiukNew Brunswick Hawks
1977–78Richard GrenierBinghamton Dusters
1976–77Pierre MondouNova Scotia Voyageurs
1975–76Ron AndruffNova Scotia Voyageurs
1974–75Doug GibsonRochester Americans
Barry Merrell
Peter SullivanNova Scotia Voyageurs
Jerry HollandProvidence Reds
1973–74Murray KuntzRochester Americans
1972–73Yvon LambertNova Scotia Voyageurs
1971–72Wayne RiversSpringfield Kings
1970–71Doug VolmarSpringfield Kings
1969–70Guy TrottierBuffalo Bisons
1968–69Guy TrottierBuffalo Bisons
1967–68Eddie KachurProvidence Reds
1966–67Roger DeJordyHershey Bears
1965–66Dick GambleRochester Americans
Alain CaronBuffalo Bisons
1964–65Len LundeBuffalo Bisons
1963–64Jim AndersonSpringfield Indians
Yves LocasPittsburgh Hornets
1962–63Hank CieslaCleveland Barons
1961–62Floyd SmithSpringfield Indians
Barry CullenBuffalo Bisons
1960–61Jim AndersonSpringfield Indians
1959–60Stan SmrkeRochester Americans
1958–59Ken SchinkelSpringfield Indians
1957–58Dunc FisherHershey Bears
1956–57Paul LariveeProvidence Reds
1955–56Camille HenryProvidence Reds
1954–55Eddie OlsonCleveland Barons
1953–54Lorne FergusonHershey Bears
1952–53Ike HildebrandCleveland Barons
1951–52Steve WochyCleveland Barons
1950–51Fred GloverIndianapolis Capitals
1949–50Roy KellyCleveland Barons
1948–49Sid SmithPittsburgh Hornets
Carl LiscombeProvidence Reds
1947–48Carl LiscombeProvidence Reds
1946–47Johnny HolotaCleveland Barons
1945–46Joe BellNew Haven Eagles
Hershey Bears
1944–45Louis TrudelCleveland Barons
1943–44Pete HoreckCleveland Barons
1942–43Harry FrostHershey Bears
1941–42Louis TrudelWashington Lions
1940–41Fred ThurierSpringfield Indians
1939–40Norm LockingSyracuse Stars
1938–39Phil HergesheimerCleveland Barons
1937–38Phil HergesheimerCleveland Barons
1936–37Bryan HextallPhiladelphia Ramblers


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