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See also: Ken McKenzie Trophy (IHL) and Ken McKenzie Award

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

Year Player Team
1964
Garry Peters Omaha Knights
Poul Popiel St. Louis
1965 Mike Walton Tulsa
1966 Doug Roberts Memphis
1967 Serge Savard Houston
1968 Jim Lorentz Oklahoma City
1969 Steve Atkinson Oklahoma City
1970 Andre Dupont Omaha
1971 Mike Murphy Omaha
1972 Tom Williams Omaha
1973 Mike Veisor Dallas
1974 Claire Alexander Oklahoma City
1975 Guy Chouinard Omaha
1976 Brad Gassoff Tulsa
1977 Bernie Federko Kansas City
1978 Glen Hanlon Tulsa
1979 Mike Eaves Oklahoma City
1980 Joe Mullen Salt Lake City
1981 Roland Melanson Indianapolis
1982 Bobby Francis Oklahoma City
1983 Larry Floyd Wichita
1984 Scott MacLeod Salt Lake City

Winners (1993 - Present)Edit

Year Player Team
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
2000
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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