Fred A. Huber Trophy

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The Fred A. Huber Trophy was awarded annually by the International Hockey League to the North American ice hockey team with the most points during the regular season. The trophy for the league championship was originally named the J. P. McGuire Trophy, the owner of Detroit car dealership, and sponsor. In 1954, the trophy was renamed for Fred A. Huber Jr. On September 24, 2007, the second incarnation of the IHL renamed the Tarry Cup as the Huber Trophy as a tribute to the original league.

Winners[edit]

J. P. McGuire Trophy
Season Team Points
1946–47 Windsor Staffords 37
1947–48 Windsor Hettche Spitfires 39
1948–49 Toledo Mercurys 48
1949–50 Sarnia Sailors 55
1950–51 Grand Rapids Rockets 84
1951–52 Grand Rapids Rockets 64
1952–53 Cincinnati Mohawks 90
1953–54 Cincinnati Mohawks 96
Fred A. Huber Trophy
Season Team Points
1954–55 Cincinnati Mohawks 81
1955–56 Cincinnati Mohawks 92
1956–57 Cincinnati Mohawks 101
1957–58 Cincinnati Mohawks 91
1958–59 Louisville Rebels 71
1959–60 Fort Wayne Komets 102
1960–61 Minneapolis Millers 102
1961–62 Muskegon Zephyrs 88
1962–63 Fort Wayne Komets 75
1963–64 Toledo Blades 86
1964–65 Port Huron Flags 91
1965–66 Muskegon Mohawks 97
1966–67 Dayton Gems 91
1967–68 Muskegon Mohawks 98
1968–69 Dayton Gems 91
1969–70 Muskegon Mohawks 100
1970–71 Muskegon Mohawks 91
1971–72 Muskegon Mohawks 100
1972–73 Fort Wayne Komets 99
1973–74 Des Moines Capitols 96
1974–75 Muskegon Mohawks 99
1975–76 Dayton Gems 104
1976–77 Saginaw Gears 91
1977–78 Fort Wayne Komets 97
1978–79 Grand Rapids Owls 109
1979–80 Kalamazoo Wings 99
1980–81 Kalamazoo Wings 114
1981–82 Toledo Goaldiggers 111
1982–83 Toledo Goaldiggers 113
1983–84 Fort Wayne Komets 112
1984–85 Peoria Rivermen 105
1985–86 Fort Wayne Komets 112
1986–87 Fort Wayne Komets 104
1987–88 Muskegon Lumberjacks 126
1988–89 Muskegon Lumberjacks 121
1989–90 Muskegon Lumberjacks 116
1990–91 Peoria Rivermen 121
1991–92 Kansas City Blades 116
1992–93 San Diego Gulls 132
1993–94 Las Vegas Thunder 115
1994–95 Denver Grizzlies 120
1995–96 Las Vegas Thunder 122
1996–97 Detroit Vipers 122
1997–98 Long Beach Ice Dogs 115
1998–99 Houston Aeros 121
1999-00 Chicago Wolves 114
2000–01 Grand Rapids Griffins 113

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