F. W. "Dinty" Moore Trophy

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The F. W. "Dinty" Moore Trophy is awarded annually to the first year goaltender with the best goals against average in the Ontario Hockey League during the regular season, that played a minimum of 1320 minutes in goal.

The trophy is named after Port Colborne, Ontario, native F. W. "Dinty" Moore, the President of the OHA from 1942 to 1945. Moore was honored as a Life Member of the OHA in 1962.

Winners[edit]

Season Player[1] Team GAA
2013–14 Matthew Mancina Guelph Storm 2.43
2012–13 Alex Nedeljkovic Plymouth Whalers 2.28
2011–12 Daniel Altshuller[2] Oshawa Generals 3.55
2010–11 Matej Machovsky Brampton Battalion 2.90
2009–10 Petr Mrazek Ottawa 67's 3.00
2008–09 J. P. Anderson Mississauga Majors 2.94
2007–08 Josh Unice Kitchener Rangers 2.45
2006–07 Michal Neuvirth Plymouth Whalers 2.32
2005–06 Trevor Cann Peterborough Petes 2.65
2004–05 Kyle Gajewski Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 2.55
2003–04 Ryan MacDonald London Knights 2.06
2002–03 Ryan Munce Sarnia Sting 2.64
2001–02 Jason Bacashihua Plymouth Whalers 2.34
2000–01 Andy Chiodo Toronto St. Michael's Majors 2.49
1999–2000 Andrew Sim Sarnia Sting 2.93
1998–99 Levente Szuper Ottawa 67's 2.33
1997–98 Seamus Kotyk Ottawa 67's 2.66
1996–97 Shawn Degagne Kitchener Rangers 3.29
1995–96 Brett Thompson Guelph Storm 3.09
1994–95 David MacDonald Sudbury Wolves 3.07
1993–94 Scott Roche North Bay Centennials 3.52
1992–93 Ken Shepard Oshawa Generals 3.48
1991–92 Sandy Allan North Bay Centennials 3.85
1990–91 Kevin Hodson Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 3.22
1989–90 Sean Basilio London Knights 3.65
1988–89 Jeff Wilson Kingston Raiders 3.99
1987–88 Todd Bojcun Peterborough Petes 2.93
1986–87 Jeff Hackett Oshawa Generals 3.04
1985–86 Paul Henriques Belleville Bulls 3.60
1984–85 Ron Tugnutt Peterborough Petes 3.77
1983–84 Gerry Iuliano Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 3.64
1982–83 Dan Burrows Belleville Bulls 4.13
1981–82 Shawn Kilroy Peterborough Petes 2.97
1980–81 John Vanbiesbrouck Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 4.14
1979–80 Mike Vezina Ottawa 67's 3.93
1978–79 Nick Ricci Niagara Falls Flyers 3.46
1977–78 Ken Ellacott Peterborough Petes 3.56
1976–77 Barry Heard London Knights 3.28
1975–76 Mark Locken Hamilton Fincups 3.14

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bell, Aaron (ed.). 2009–10 OHL Media Guide. Ontario Hockey League. p. 134. 
  2. ^ News Centre