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The Clare Drake Award is the annual "Rookie of the Year" award presented to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) men's ice hockey player who is judged by a committee of the CIS Men’s Hockey Coaches Association to be "the most outstanding first-year player in the CIS who has exhibited exemplary skill and leadership".
First awarded following the 1985-86 season, the award is named after Clare Drake, who is the coach with the most wins in CIS men’s hockey history.
- 2010-11: Jason Bast (Centre)
- 2009-10: Jared Gomes (Centre)
- 2008-09: Steve DaSilva (Right Wing)
- 2007-08: Craig Voakes (Left Wing)
- 2006-07: Mark Shefchyk (Left Wing)
- 2005-06: Aaron Sorochan (Goaltender)
- 2004-05: Mathieu Poitras (Goaltender)
- 2003-04: Kevin Young (Defenceman)
- 2002-03: Dean Beuker (Right Wing)
- 2001-02: Matt Dzieduszycki (Forward)
- 2000-01: Alexandre Tremblay (Left Wing)
- 1999-00: Clayton Pool (Goaltender)
- 1998-99: Eric Schneider (Forward)
- 1997-98: Ryan Lindsay (Centre)
- 1995-96: Jason Becker (Defenceman)
- 1994-95: Sylvain Rodrigue (Goaltender)
- 1993-94: Jarret Zukiwsky (Right Wing)
- 1992-93: John Spoltore (Centre)
- 1989-90: Wayne Hynes (Centre)
- 1985-86: Claude Lefebvre (Forward)