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The Foster Hewitt Memorial Award is an award named after Foster Hewitt and presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of ice hockey during their broadcasting career. The award winners are selected by the NHL Broadcasters' Association.
- 1984 - Fred Cusick, Boston, Foster Hewitt, Toronto, Danny Gallivan, Montreal, and René Lecavalier, Montreal
- 1985 - Budd Lynch, Detroit, and Doug Smith, Montreal
- 1986 - Wes McKnight, Toronto, and Lloyd Pettit, Chicago
- 1987 - Bob Wilson, Boston
- 1988 - Dick Irvin, Jr., Montreal
- 1989 - Dan Kelly, St. Louis
- 1990 - Jiggs McDonald, Atlanta, New York Islanders, Los Angeles
- 1991 - Bruce Martyn, Detroit
- 1992 - Jim Robson, Vancouver
- 1993 - Al Shaver, Minnesota
- 1994 - Ted Darling, Buffalo
- 1995 - Brian McFarlane, Hockey Night in Canada
- 1996 - Bob Cole, Hockey Night in Canada
- 1997 - Gene Hart, Philadelphia
- 1998 - Howie Meeker, Hockey Night in Canada
- 1999 - Richard Garneau, Montreal
- 2000 - Bob Miller, Los Angeles
- 2001 - Mike Lange, Pittsburgh
- 2002 - Gilles Tremblay, Montreal
- 2003 - Rod Phillips, Edmonton
- 2004 - Chuck Kaiton, Hartford/Carolina
- 2005 - Sal Messina, New York Rangers
- 2006 - Peter Maher, Calgary
- 2007 - Bill Hewitt, Toronto
- 2008 - Mike "Doc" Emrick, New Jersey; Versus, NBC
- 2009 - John Davidson, New York Rangers; Madison Square Garden Network;CBC (TV channel)
- Foster Hewitt Memorial Award winners. Hockey Hall of Fame. Retrieved on 2008-01-06.