The original International Hockey League (IHL) was a professional ice hockey league in the United States and Canada that operated from 1945 to 2001.

Award Created Description
Turner Cup Awarded to the IHL playoff champion. Named for Joe Turner, a Windsor, Ontario, boy, who distinguished himself as an amateur goaltender before World War II. He turned professional with the Detroit Red Wings organization and played one season with the Indianapolis Capitals in the American Hockey League. He was killed in Belgium during World War II, while serving with the United States Army.
Fred A. Huber Trophy Awarded annually to the team with the most points during the regular season. The trophy for the league championship was originally named for J. P. McGuire, a well known Detroit sports enthusiast and automobile dealer.
Commissioner's Trophy Given to the head coach who was judged to have contributed the most to his team's success.
Leo P. Lamoureux Memorial Trophy Awarded to the leading point scorer. The trophy was donated by Melvin T. Ross, General Manager, Indianapolis Fairgrounds Coliseum, in memoriam of Leo Lamoureux, coach of the Indianapolis Chiefs, who died during the 1960–1961 season. Prior to the 1960–1961 season, Lt.-Col., George H. Wilkenson, V.D., a Windsor, Ontario, jeweler and one of the league's most enthusiastic supporters donated a trophy to the scoring leader.
Gary F. Longman Memorial Trophy Awarded to the top rookie as voted on by the league's coaches. Prior to 1967–1968, the award was known as the "Rookie of the Year", as voted on by the media.
James Norris Memorial Trophy Awarded to the goaltender(s), with the fewest goals against during the regular season. James Norris Sr., was the former owner of the Detroit Red Wings and one of the most beloved men in the game until his death in 1952. He was one of the men who kept the National Hockey League “alive” during the “black” years and helped the IHL gain stature in the early years.
James Gatschene Memorial Trophy Awarded to the player selected as most valuable plus showing outstanding playing ability and sportsmanlike conduct for one season. The trophy was originally presented at the close of the 1946-1947 season by workers of the Chrysler Motors Limited of Windsor, Ontario, as a memorial to Gatschene, a former Chrysler employee and hockey star in the border cities (Detroit and Windsor). Gatschene was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, killed in action during World War II.
Norman R. "Bud" Poile Trophy
Ken McKenzie Trophy Awarded to the American-born player adjudged to be most outstanding in his first season. The award is named for Ken McKenzie, the co-founder and longtime president and publisher of The Hockey News.
Governor's Trophy
John Cullen Award
Ironman Award
IHL Man of the Year


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