Louis A. R. Pieri Memorial Award

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The Louis A. R. Pieri Memorial Award is an American Hockey League trophy awarded annually to the most outstanding coach during the season, as voted upon by members of the AHL media.

The award is named for the late Louis Pieri, a long-time contributor to the AHL as owner of the Providence Reds.

Award winners[edit]

Season Coach Team
2013–14 Jeff Blashill Grand Rapids Griffins
2012–13 Willie Desjardins Texas Stars
2011–12 Jon Cooper Norfolk Admirals
2010–11 John Hynes Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
2009–10 Guy Boucher Hamilton Bulldogs
2008–09 Scott Arniel Manitoba Moose
2007–08 Scott Gordon Providence Bruins
2006–07 Mike Haviland Norfolk Admirals
2005–06 Kevin Dineen Portland Pirates
2004–05 Randy Cunneyworth Rochester Americans
2003–04 Claude Noel Milwaukee Admirals
2002–03 Claude Julien Hamilton Bulldogs
Geoff Ward
2001–02 Bruce Cassidy Grand Rapids Griffins
2000–01 Don Granato Worcester IceCats
1999–00 Glen Hanlon Portland Pirates
1998–99 Peter Laviolette Providence Bruins
1997–98 Bill Stewart Saint John Flames
1996–97 Greg Gilbert Worcester IceCats
1995–96 Robbie Ftorek Albany River Rats
1994–95 Robbie Ftorek Albany River Rats
1993–94 Barry Trotz Portland Pirates
1992–93 Marc Crawford St. John's Maple Leafs
1991–92 Doug Carpenter New Haven Nighthawks
1990–91 Don Lever Rochester Americans
1989–90 Jim Roberts Springfield Indians
1988–89 Tom McVie Utica Devils
1987–88 John Paddock Hershey Bears
Mike Milbury Maine Mariners
1986–87 Larry Pleau Binghamton Whalers
1985–86 Bill Dineen Adirondack Red Wings
1984–85 Bill Dineen Adirondack Red Wings
1983–84 Gene Ubriaco Baltimore Skipjacks
1982–83 Jacques Demers Fredericton Express
1981–82 Larry Kish Binghamton Whalers
1980–81 Bob McCammon Maine Mariners
1979–80 Doug Gibson Hershey Bears
1978–79 Parker MacDonald New Haven Nighthawks
1977–78 Bob McCammon Maine Mariners
1976–77 Al MacNeil Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1975–76 Chuck Hamilton Hershey Bears
1974–75 John Muckler Providence Reds
1973–74 Don Cherry Rochester Americans
1972–73 Floyd Smith Cincinnati Swords
1971–72 Al MacNeil Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1970–71 Terry Reardon Baltimore Clippers
1969–70 Fred Shero Buffalo Bisons
1968–69 Frank Mathers Hershey Bears
1967–68 Vic Stasiuk Quebec Aces

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