- This page is on the late sports journalist and publisher. For the former basketball player see Ken McKenzie (basketball).
Ken McKenzie (Born - August 19, 1923 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Died - April 9, 2003) was a journalist, and the co-founder and longtime president and publisher of The Hockey News magazine. McKenzie was honored in 1997, as a recipient of the Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award, gaining automatic entrance into the inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. McKenzie is also an “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame.
McKenzie is honored by three different ice hockey leagues, each with trophies bearing his name.
- Ken McKenzie Award – American Hockey League
- Ken McKenzie Trophy – Central Hockey League (1963-84) & current Central Hockey League.
- Ken McKenzie Trophy (IHL) – International Hockey League (1945-2001)
- Golf Association of Ontario. "The Estate of Ken McKenzie Donates $75,000 to GAO Scholarship Fund". Retrieved 2007-11-29.
- American Hockey League. "Ken McKenzie Award". Retrieved 2007-11-29.
- Hockey Hall of Fame. "Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award winners". Retrieved 2007-11-29.
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