Willie Marshall Award

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The Willie Marshall Award is given to the American Hockey League's leading goal scorer for the regular season. The award was established in the 2003–04 season to honour Willie Marshall, the AHL's all-time leader in goals, assists, points and games played.[1] Marshall is also the AHL's all-time leader in post-season scoring.

Winners[edit]

Season Player Team
2013–14 Zach Boychuk Charlotte Checkers
2012–13 Tyler Johnson Syracuse Crunch
2011–12 Cory Conacher Norfolk Admirals
2010–11 Colin McDonald Oklahoma City Barons
2009–10 Alexandre Giroux Hershey Bears
2008–09 Alexandre Giroux Hershey Bears
2007–08 Jason Krog Chicago Wolves
2006–07 Brett Sterling Chicago Wolves
2005–06 Donald MacLean Grand Rapids Griffins
Denis Hamel Binghamton Senators
2004–05 Michael Cammalleri Manchester Monarchs
2003–04 Jeff Hamilton Bridgeport Sound Tigers

Before the award[edit]

The following is a list of top goal scorers by season in the American Hockey League, prior to the institution of the Willie Marshall Award.

Season Player Team
2002–03 Eric Healey Manchester Monarchs
2001–02 Justin Papineau Worcester IceCats
Eric Boguniecki
2000–01 Brad Smyth Hartford Wolf Pack
1999–00 Mike Maneluk Philadelphia Phantoms
1998–99 Jeff Williams Albany River Rats
1997–98 Paul Brousseau Adirondack Red Wings
1996–97 Peter White Philadelphia Phantoms
1995–96 Brad Smyth Carolina Monarchs
1994–95 Steve Larouche Prince Edward Island Senators
1993–94 Patrik Augusta St. John's Maple Leafs
1992–93 Chris Tancill Adirondack Red Wings
1991–92 Dan Currie Cape Breton Oilers
1990–91 Michel Picard Springfield Indians
1989–90 John LeBlanc Cape Breton Oilers
1988–89 Stephan Lebeau Sherbrooke Canadiens
1987–88 Jody Gage Rochester Americans
1986–87 Glenn Merkosky Adirondack Red Wings
1985–86 Paul Gardner Rochester Americans
1984–85 Paul Gardner Binghamton Whalers
1983–84 Mal Davis Rochester Americans
1982–83 Mitch Lamoureux Baltimore Skipjacks
1981–82 Richard David Fredericton Express
1980–81 Tony Cassolato Hershey Bears
Mark Lofthouse
1979–80 Gordie Clark Maine Mariners
1978–79 Rocky Saganiuk New Brunswick Hawks
1977–78 Richard Grenier Binghamton Dusters
1976–77 Pierre Mondou Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1975–76 Ron Andruff Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1974–75 Doug Gibson Rochester Americans
Barry Merrell
Peter Sullivan Nova Scotia Voyageurs
Jerry Holland Providence Reds
1973–74 Murray Kuntz Rochester Americans
1972–73 Yvon Lambert Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1971–72 Wayne Rivers Springfield Kings
1970–71 Doug Volmar Springfield Kings
1969–70 Guy Trottier Buffalo Bisons
1968–69 Guy Trottier Buffalo Bisons
1967–68 Eddie Kachur Providence Reds
1966–67 Roger DeJordy Hershey Bears
1965–66 Dick Gamble Rochester Americans
Alain Caron Buffalo Bisons
1964–65 Len Lunde Buffalo Bisons
1963–64 Jim Anderson Springfield Indians
Yves Locas Pittsburgh Hornets
1962–63 Hank Ciesla Cleveland Barons
1961–62 Floyd Smith Springfield Indians
Barry Cullen Buffalo Bisons
1960–61 Jim Anderson Springfield Indians
1959–60 Stan Smrke Rochester Americans
1958–59 Ken Schinkel Springfield Indians
1957–58 Dunc Fisher Hershey Bears
1956–57 Paul Larivee Providence Reds
1955–56 Camille Henry Providence Reds
1954–55 Eddie Olson Cleveland Barons
1953–54 Lorne Ferguson Hershey Bears
1952–53 Ike Hildebrand Cleveland Barons
1951–52 Steve Wochy Cleveland Barons
1950–51 Fred Glover Indianapolis Capitals
1949–50 Roy Kelly Cleveland Barons
1948–49 Sid Smith Pittsburgh Hornets
Carl Liscombe Providence Reds
1947–48 Carl Liscombe Providence Reds
1946–47 Johnny Holota Cleveland Barons
1945–46 Joe Bell New Haven Eagles
Hershey Bears
1944–45 Louis Trudel Cleveland Barons
1943–44 Pete Horeck Cleveland Barons
1942–43 Harry Frost Hershey Bears
1941–42 Louis Trudel Washington Lions
1940–41 Fred Thurier Springfield Indians
1939–40 Norm Locking Syracuse Stars
1938–39 Phil Hergesheimer Cleveland Barons
1937–38 Phil Hergesheimer Cleveland Barons
1936–37 Bryan Hextall Philadelphia Ramblers

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