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The Norman R. "Bud" Poile Trophy was awarded annually to the International Hockey League player selected as most valuable in the Turner Cup playoffs. The trophy has been awarded since the retirement of its namesake, former IHL commissioner, Bud Poile.
|1988-89||Dave Michayluk||Muskegon Lumberjacks|
|1989-90||Mike McNeal||Indianapolis Ice|
|1990-91||Michel Mongeau||Peoria Rivermen|
|1991-92||Ron Handy||Kansas City Blades|
|1992-93||Pokey Reddick||Fort Wayne Komets|
|1993-94||Stan Drulia||Atlanta Knights|
|1994-95||Kip Miller||Denver Grizzlies|
|1995-96||Tommy Salo||Utah Grizzlies|
|1996-97||Peter Ciavaglia||Detroit Vipers|
|1997-98||Alexander Semak||Chicago Wolves|
|1998-99||Stan Drulia||Detroit Vipers|
|1999-00||Andrei Trefilov||Chicago Wolves|
|2000-01||Norm Maracle||Orlando Solar Bears|
- Norman R. "Bud" Poile Trophy www.hockeydb.com
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