Allen Paradice Memorial Trophy

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The Allen Paradice Memorial Trophy is awarded annually by the Western Hockey League to its top on-ice official as voted by the league's coaches and general managers.

Allen Paradice was a referee for many years in the WHL, as well as the league's Director of Officiating in the 1980s. This award was created in 1994 and named in his honour. Many of the officials who have won this award have moved on to officiate in the National Hockey League

Winners[edit]

Season Referee[1]
2014–15 Reagan Vetter
2013–14 Nathan Wieler
2012–13 Nathan Wieler
2011–12 Pat Smith
2010–11 Matt Kirk
2009–10 Chris Savage
2008–09 Chris Savage
2007–08 Andy Theissen
2006–07 Andy Theissen
2005–06 Kyle Rehman
2004–05 Rob Matsuoka
2003–04 Rob Matsuoka
2002–03 Steve Kozari
2001–02 Kevin Acheson
2000–01 Kevin Acheson
1999–00 Mike Hasenfratz
1998–99 Kelly Sutherland
1997–98 Brad Meier
1996–97 Tom Kowal
1995–96 Lonnie Cameron
1994–95 Tom Kowal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Watts, Jesse, ed. (2013). 2013–14 WHL Media Guide. Western Hockey League. p. 270. 

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