Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award

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The Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award is given each year to the player in the American Hockey League determined to be the most outstanding rookie. The award is based on voting by the media and the players. It was named after Dudley "Red" Garrett, who played in the AHL before fighting and dying in World War II.


Season Player Team
1947–48 Bob Solinger Cleveland Barons
1948–49 Terry Sawchuk Indianapolis Capitals
1949–50 Paul Meger Buffalo Bisons
1950–51 Wally Hergesheimer Cleveland Barons
1951–52 Earl Reibel Indianapolis Capitals
1952–53 Guyle Fielder St. Louis Flyers
1953–54 Don Marshall Buffalo Bisons
1954–55 Jimmy Anderson Springfield Indians
1955–56 Bruce Cline Providence Reds
1956–57 Boris Elik Cleveland Barons
1957–58 Bill Sweeney Providence Reds
1958–59 Bill Hicke Rochester Americans
1959–60 Stan Baluik Providence Reds
1960–61 Chico Maki Buffalo Bisons
1961–62 Les Binkley Cleveland Barons
1962–63 Doug Robinson Buffalo Bisons
1963–64 Roger Crozier Pittsburgh Hornets
1964–65 Ray Cullen Buffalo Bisons
1965–66 Mike Walton Rochester Americans
1966–67 Bob Rivard Quebec Aces
1967–68 Gerry Desjardins Cleveland Barons
1968–69 Ron Ward Rochester Americans
1969–70 Jude Drouin Montreal Voyageurs
1970–71 Fred Speck Baltimore Clippers
1971–72 Terry Caffery Cleveland Barons
1972–73 Ron Anderson Boston Braves
1973–74 Rick Middleton Providence Reds
1974–75 Jerry Holland Providence Reds
1975–76 Greg Holst Providence Reds
Pierre Mondou Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1976–77 Rod Schutt Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1977–78 Norm Dupont Nova Scotia Voyageurs
1978–79 Mike Meeker Binghamton Dusters
1979–80 Darryl Sutter New Brunswick Hawks
1980–81 Pelle Lindbergh Maine Mariners
1981–82 Bob Sullivan Binghamton Whalers
1982–83 Mitch Lamoureux Baltimore Skipjacks
1983–84 Claude Verret Rochester Americans
1984–85 Steve Thomas St. Catharines Saints
1985–86 Ron Hextall Hershey Bears
1986–87 Brett Hull Moncton Golden Flames
1987–88 Mike Richard Binghamton Whalers
1988–89 Stephan Lebeau Sherbrooke Canadiens
1989–90 Donald Audette Rochester Americans
1990–91 Patrick Lebeau Fredericton Canadiens
1991–92 Felix Potvin St. John's Maple Leafs
1992–93 Corey Hirsch Binghamton Rangers
1993–94 Rene Corbet Cornwall Aces
1994–95 Jim Carey Portland Pirates
1995–96 Darcy Tucker Fredericton Canadiens
1996–97 Jaroslav Svejkovsky Portland Pirates
1997–98 Daniel Briere Springfield Falcons
1998–99 Shane Willis Beast of New Haven
1999–00 Mika Noronen Rochester Americans
2000–01 Ryan Kraft Kentucky Thoroughblades
2001–02 Tyler Arnason Norfolk Admirals
2002–03 Darren Haydar Milwaukee Admirals
2003–04 Wade Dubielewicz Bridgeport Sound Tigers
2004–05 Rene Bourque Norfolk Admirals
2005–06 Patrick O'Sullivan Houston Aeros
2006–07 Brett Sterling Chicago Wolves
2007–08 Teddy Purcell Manchester Monarchs
2008–09 Nathan Gerbe Portland Pirates
2009–10 Tyler Ennis Portland Pirates
2010–11 Luke Adam Portland Pirates
2011–12 Cory Conacher Norfolk Admirals
2012–13 Tyler Toffoli Manchester Monarchs
2013–14 Curtis McKenzie Texas Stars
2014–15 Matt Murray Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
2015–16 Mikko Rantanen San Antonio Rampage
Frank Vatrano Providence Bruins
2016–17 Danny O'Regan San Jose Barracuda
2017–18 Mason Appleton Manitoba Moose
2018–19 Alex Barré-Boulet Syracuse Crunch
2019–20 Josh Norris Belleville Senators
2020–21 Riley Damiani Texas Stars
2021–22 Jack Quinn Rochester Americans
2022–23 Tye Kartye Coachella Valley Firebirds

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