Huber Trophy

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The Huber Trophy (formerly known as the Tarry Cup) is the trophy awarded annually to the team that finishes the IHL (formerly UHL) regular season with the best overall record, as determined by points earned in the standings.

The regular season championship award was first presented in 1991-92. It was renamed the Tarry Cup in 1994 in memory of Doug Tarry, who was the owner of the St. Thomas Wildcats, a charter member of the UHL. On September 24, 2007, the trophy was given its current name in honor of the founder of the original IHL, Fred Huber, which was awarded to the original league's regular-season champion. [1]

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