Yanick Dupre Memorial Award

The Yanick Dupre Memorial Award is presented annually to the American Hockey League's man of the year for service to his local community. The award winner is chosen by the league president.[1]

The award is named after former Hershey Bears player Yanick Dupre, who died of leukemia at age 24.

Winners

Season Player Team
2018–19Landon Ferraro[2]Iowa Wild
2017–18Scooter VaughanChicago Wolves
2016–17A.J. Greer[3]San Antonio Rampage
2015–16Ryan CarpenterSan Jose Barracuda
2014–15Kyle HagelCharlotte Checkers
2013–14Eric NeilsonSyracuse Crunch
2012–13Michael ZigomanisToronto Marlies
2011–12Nick PetreckiWorcester Sharks
2010–11Cody BassBinghamton Senators
2009–10Josh TordjmanSan Antonio Rampage
2008–09Brandon RogersHouston Aeros
2007–08Denis HamelBinghamton Senators
2006–07Matt CarknerWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
2005–06Mitch FritzSpringfield Falcons
2004–05Duncan MilroyHamilton Bulldogs
2003–04Kurtis FosterChicago Wolves
2002–03Jimmy RoyManitoba Moose
2001–02Travis RocheHouston Aeros
2000–01Mike MinardSt. John's Maple Leafs
1999–00Mike MinardHamilton Bulldogs
1998–99Brent ThompsonHartford Wolf Pack
1997–98John JakopinBeast of New Haven

References

  1. "AHL Hall of Fame". AHL Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2011-05-12.
  2. "WILD'S FERRARO NAMED 2018-19 AHL MAN OF THE YEAR". AHL. April 12, 2019.
  3. "RAMPAGE'S GREER NAMED AHL MAN OF THE YEAR". AHL. April 11, 2017.
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