Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy

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The Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy

The Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the regular season champion of the Western Hockey League. It is named after one of the league's founders, Scotty Munro.[1] Munro served as the general manager of the Estevan Bruins, and later as the head coach and general manager of the Calgary Centennials.

List of winners[edit]

The Calgary Hitmen won their third regular season title in 2008–09.
Season Team[1] Finish
2013–14 Kelowna Rockets 118 points
2012–13 Portland Winterhawks 117 points
2011–12 Edmonton Oil Kings 107 points
2010–11 Saskatoon Blades 115 points
2009–10 Calgary Hitmen 107 points
2008–09 Calgary Hitmen 122 points
2007–08 Tri-City Americans 108 points
2006–07 Everett Silvertips 111 points
2005–06 Medicine Hat Tigers 103 points
2004–05 Kootenay Ice 104 points
2003–04 Kelowna Rockets 98 points
2002–03 Kelowna Rockets 109 points
2001–02 Red Deer Rebels 100 points
2000–01 Red Deer Rebels 114 points
1999–00 Calgary Hitmen 120 points
1998–99 Calgary Hitmen 110 points
1997–98 Portland Winter Hawks 111 points
1996–97 Lethbridge Hurricanes 97 points
1995–96 Brandon Wheat Kings 105 points
1994–95 Kamloops Blazers 110 points
1993–94 Kamloops Blazers 106 points
1992–93 Swift Current Broncos 100 points
1991–92 Kamloops Blazers 106 points
1990–91 Kamloops Blazers 102 points
1989–90 Kamloops Blazers 112 points
1988–89 Swift Current Broncos 111 points
1987–88 Saskatoon Blades 97 points
1986–87 Kamloops Blazers 113 points
1985–86 Medicine Hat Tigers 109 points
1984–85 Prince Albert Raiders 119 points
1983–84 Kamloops Junior Oilers 100 points
1982–83 Saskatoon Blades 105 points
1981–82 Lethbridge Broncos 100 points
1980–81 Victoria Cougars 121 points
1979–80 Portland Winter Hawks 107 points
1978–79 Brandon Wheat Kings 125 points
1977–78 Brandon Wheat Kings 106 points
1976–77 Brandon Wheat Kings 116 points
1975–76 New Westminster Bruins 112 points
1974–75 Victoria Cougars 99 points
1973–74 Regina Pats 97 points
1972–73 Saskatoon Blades 103 points
1971–72 Calgary Centennials 101 points
1970–71 Edmonton Oil Kings 91 points
1969–70 Flin Flon Bombers 84 points
1968–69 Flin Flon Bombers 94 points
1967–68 Flin Flon Bombers 99 points
1966–67 Edmonton Oil Kings 78 points

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Watts, Jesse, ed. (2013). 2013–14 WHL Media Guide. Western Hockey League. p. 269.