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Jesse Sinatynski receives Mike Ridley Trophy

Jesse Sinatynski receives Mike Ridley Trophy
from Commissioner Kim Davis

The Mike Ridley Trophy is awarded to the player who leads the Manitoba Junior Hockey League in points scoring during the regular season.

Mike Ridley holds the MJHL's all-time record for points in a single season with 191, in only 48 games. He went on to star in the National Hockey League, scoring 758 points in 866 regular season games and adding 78 more in the playoffs over a remarkable 12 year career.

Past winners include Ridley, Don Raleigh, Ab McDonald,
Gord Labossiere, Bobby Clarke, and Charlie Simmer.

Past Winners photo gallery

Note: record holders highlighted

Mike Ridley Trophy
Season Winner Team GP Goals Assists Points
2015-16 Brad Bowles Portage Terriers 60 45 57 102
2014-15 Zack Waldvogel Portage Terriers 60 28 50 78
2013-14 Parker Thomas Selkirk Steelers 57 35 66 101
2012-13 Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 59 43 50 93
2011-12 Jesse Sinatynski Dauphin Kings 60 59 31 90
2010-11 Shane Luke Dauphin Kings 60 28 61 89
2009-10 Shane Luke Dauphin Kings 62 29 72 101
2008-09 Dan Watt Winnipeg Saints 60 62 74 136
2007-08 Bryan Kauk Dauphin Kings 59 50 78 128
2006-07 Kyle Howarth Selkirk Steelers 58 38 103 141
2005-06 Joey Moggach Dauphin Kings 63 55 63 118
2004-05 A.J. Tucker Waywayseecappo Wolverines 62 27 55 82
2003-04 Aaron Starr OCN Blizzard 60 59 59 118
Selkirk Steelers Trophy
2002-03 Andrew Coates OCN Blizzard 64 62 58 120
2001-02 Justin Tetrault OCN Blizzard 62 32 82 114
2000-01 Lee Stubbs Winnipeg Saints 63 43 67 110
1999-00 Norm Fay Southeast Blades 62 58 58 116
1998-99 Konrad McKay OCN Blizzard 54 36 68 104
1997-98 Jedd Crumb Winnipeg South Blues 61 61 51 112
1996-97 Chris Thomas Winkler Flyers 56 50 62 112
1995-96 Paul Carey Selkirk Steelers 56 44 79 123
1994-95 Cory Cyrenne St. Boniface Saints 54 35 77 112
1993-94 Ryan Smith St. James Canadians 50 58 67 125
1992-93 Marcel Pruden Portage Terriers 42 34 59 93
1991-92 Jamie Penner Winkler Flyers 47 54 84 138
 ?????
1990-91 David Stetch St. James Canadians 48 50 81 131
1989-90 Dean Fedorchuk Winnipeg South Blues 52 64 79 143
Reg Spence Southeast Thunderbirds 76 67 143
1988-89 Pat Penner Selkirk Steelers 48 46 64 110
1987-88 Brad McGinnis Portage Terriers 48 57 75 132
1986-87 Craig Oster Winnipeg South Blues 47 66 113
1985-86 Steve Harder Winkler Flyers 46 45 90 135
1984-85 Brian Thompson Dauphin Kings 53 57 110
1983-84 Darcy Gryba Winkler Flyers 48 40 74 114
1982-83 Mike Ridley St. Boniface Saints 48 91 100 191
1981-82 Shane Moffatt Portage Terriers 48 63 62 125
1980-81 Darren Boyko St. Boniface Saints 48 48 68 116
Norquay Trophy
1979-80 Larry Beck Kenora Thistles 45 50 72 122
1978-79 Larry Beck Kenora Thistles 48 48 75 123
1977-78 Ken Krentz Selkirk Steelers 48 68 92 160
1976-77 Ken Krentz Selkirk Steelers 51 35 93 128
1975-76 Ken Krentz Selkirk Steelers 52 45 64 109
1974-75 Jim Misener Dauphin Kings 48 73 62 135
1973-74 Steve Ford Portage Terriers 43 33 58 91
1972-73 Charlie Simmer Kenora Muskies 48 43 68 111
1971-72 Kim Murphy Kenora Muskies 41 40 51 91
1970-71 Dan Tremblay Dauphin Kings 48 37 72 109
1969-70 Ken George Kenora Muskies 34 39 41 80
1968-69 Dennis Schick Dauphin Kings 34 34 50 84
 ?????
1967-68 Wayne Chernecki West Kildonan North Stars 35 42 35 77
1966-67 Bobby Clarke Flin Flon Bombers 45 71 112 183
Percy Segal Trophy
1965-66 Terry Jones Winnipeg Rangers 47 43 48 91
1964-65 Ken Sucharski Winnipeg Rangers 45 35 37 72
 ?????
1963-64 John Vopni Brandon Wheat Kings 30 35 35 70
1962-63 Bob Stoyko Brandon Wheat Kings 39 28 40 68
1961-62 Gerry Kell Brandon Wheat Kings 40 29 53 82
1960-61 George Hill Brandon Wheat Kings 29 45 38 83
1959-60 George Hill Brandon Wheat Kings 29 31 31 62
1958-59 Laurie Langrell Winnipeg Braves 31 42 21 63
1957-58 Gord Labossiere Transcona Rangers 30 44 35 79
1956-57 Ray Brunel St. Boniface Canadiens 30 57 48 105
1955-56 Ray Brunel St. Boniface Canadiens
1954-55 Art Stratton Winnipeg Barons 32 50 26 76
Gord Stratton Winnipeg Barons 39 37 76
1953-54 Ab McDonald St. Boniface Canadiens 35 33 25 58
Whitehall Trophy
1952-53 Ross Jones Brandon Wheat Kings 31 26 57
1951-52 Del Topoll Brandon Wheat Kings 24 28 52
1950-51 Ron Rohmer Brandon Wheat Kings 37 36 73
1949-50 Reg Abbott Brandon Wheat Kings 36 27 27 54
1948-49 Bill McCracken Winnipeg Monarchs 26 23 49
 ?????
1947-48 Odie Lowe Winnipeg Canadiens 24 23 28 51
1946-47 Ray Manson Brandon Elks 16 22 19 41
1945-46 Don Raleigh Brandon Elks 10 24 24 48

1918 to 1945Edit

Divisional Scoring Champs
Season Division Winner Team GP Goals Assists Points
1944-45 North Stan Craig Winnipeg Esquires-Red Wings 11 17 10 27
South Wally Hergesheimer Winnipeg Rangers 10 20 10 30
1943-44 North Howie Spencer Winnipeg Esquires 38
South ?????
1942-43 North Mike Yaschuk St. Boniface Athletics 20 30 21 51
South ?????
1941-42 North ?????
South Lin Bend Portage Terriers 17 27 31 58
1940-41 North Billy Nicol St. Boniface Athletics 23
South Jack McDonald Portage Terriers 29 11 40
1939-40 North Babe Hamulka Elmwood Maple Leafs 14 18 32
South Bill Benson Winnipeg Monarchs 24 19 20 39
1938-39 North ?????
South Paul Mundrick Portage Terriers 21 12 33
1937-38 North Terry Reardon Brandon Wheat Kings 16 29 16 45
South ?????
1936-37 North ?????
South William Meronek Portage Terriers 16 21 20 41
1935-36 North ?????
South ?????
Scoring Champs
Season Winner Team GP Goals Assists Points
1935 Babe Pratt Kenora Thistles 18 19 23 42
1934 Babe Pratt Kenora Thistles 16 14 7 21
1933 Bryan Hextall Portage Terriers 12 10 8 18


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