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The Ken McKenzie Trophy is awarded annually to the Central Hockey League's leading points scorer in the regular season. The award is named for Ken McKenzie, the co-founder and longtime president and publisher of The Hockey News.
Previously, the award was used by the Central Hockey League (1963-84) as their rookie of the year award, as selected by the CHL coaches. It was known simply as the Rookie of the Year award until the 1977-78 season.
Winners (1964 - 1984)Edit
|Garry Peters||Omaha Knights|
|Poul Popiel||St. Louis|
|1968||Jim Lorentz||Oklahoma City|
|1969||Steve Atkinson||Oklahoma City|
|1974||Claire Alexander||Oklahoma City|
|1977||Bernie Federko||Kansas City|
|1979||Mike Eaves||Oklahoma City|
|1980||Joe Mullen||Salt Lake City|
|1982||Bobby Francis||Oklahoma City|
|1984||Scott MacLeod||Salt Lake City|
Winners (1993 - Present)Edit
|1993||Sylvain Fleury||Oklahoma City Blazers|
|1994||Paul Jackson||Wichita Thunder|
|1995||Brian Shantz||San Antonio Iguanas|
|1996||Brian Shantz||San Antonio Iguanas|
|1997||Trevor Jobe||Columbus Cottonmouths/Wichita Thunder|
|1998||Luc Beausoleil||Tulsa Oilers|
|1999||Derek Grant||Memphis RiverKings|
|Yvan Corbin||Indianapolis Ice|
|Chris MacKenzie||Indianapolis Ice|
|2001||Yvan Corbin||Indianapolis Ice|
|2002||Dan Price||Austin Ice Bats|
|2003||Don Parsons||Memphis Riverkings|
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