Anderson Cup

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The Anderson Cup is a trophy awarded annually to the United States Hockey League's regular season champion. It is named after Harold Anderson, who was extremely influential in the formation of the Midwest Junior Hockey League, the predecessor of the USHL. It is one of two trophies a team can win, the other being the Clark Cup, which is awarded to the USHL Tier 1 playoff champion. The Anderson Cup is nearly five-feet tall and cost over $5,000 to build in 1973.


Season Winner
1979–80 Hennepin Nordiques
1980–81 Dubuque Fighting Saints
1981–82 Sioux City Musketeers
1982–83 Dubuque Fighting Saints
1983–84 St. Paul Vulcans
1984–85 Austin Mavericks
1985–86 Sioux City Musketeers
1986–87 Rochester Mustangs
1987–88 Thunder Bay Flyers
1988–89 Thunder Bay Flyers
1989–90 Omaha Lancers
1990–91 Thunder Bay Flyers
1991–92 Thunder Bay Flyers
1992–93 Omaha Lancers
1993–94 Des Moines Buccaneers
1994–95 Des Moines Buccaneers
1995–96 Green Bay Gamblers
1996–97 Green Bay Gamblers
1997–98 Des Moines Buccaneers
1998–99 Des Moines Buccaneers
1999–00 Lincoln Stars
2000–01 Lincoln Stars
2001–02 Omaha Lancers
2002–03 Lincoln Stars
2003–04 Tri-City Storm
2004–05 Omaha Lancers
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
2005–06 Sioux Falls Stampede
2006–07 Waterloo Black Hawks
2007–08 Omaha Lancers
2008–09 Green Bay Gamblers
2009–10 Green Bay Gamblers
2010–11 Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
2011–12 Green Bay Gamblers
2012–13 Dubuque Fighting Saints
2013–14 Waterloo Black Hawks
2014–15 Youngstown Phantoms
2015–16 Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
2016–17 Sioux City Musketeers


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