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The CHL Top Draft Prospect Award is given out every year to the top eligible prospect for the NHL Entry Draft from the Canadian Hockey League. The award was first given in 1991, and was not given from 2003–05.
- 2008–09 - John Tavares, London Knights
- 2007–08 – Steven Stamkos, Sarnia Sting
- 2006–07 – Patrick Kane, London Knights
- 2005–06 – Jordan Staal, Peterborough Petes
- 2001–02 – Jay Bouwmeester, Medicine Hat Tigers
- 2000–01 – Jason Spezza, Windsor Spitfires
- 1999–2000 – Rostislav Klesla, Brampton Battalion
- 1998–99 – Pavel Brendl, Calgary Hitmen
- 1997–98 – Vincent Lecavalier, Rimouski Océanic
- 1996–97 – Joe Thornton, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
- 1995–96 – Chris Phillips, Prince Albert Raiders
- 1994–95 – Bryan Berard, Detroit Jr. Red Wings
- 1993–94 – Jeff O'Neill, Guelph Storm
- 1992–93 – Alexandre Daigle, Victoriaville Tigres
- 1991–92 – Todd Warriner, Windsor Spitfires
- 1990–91 – Eric Lindros, Oshawa Generals
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