Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award
The Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award is an American Hockey League trophy awarded annually to the player best exemplifying sportsmanship, determination and dedication to hockey. The award is voted upon by players and members of the media around the American Hockey League.
The award is named for Fred T. Hunt, a former player, general manager and governor for the Buffalo Bisons, earning six Calder Cup championships during his career. The original Hunt Trophy was donated by the Buffalo Sabres.
- "Wilkes-Barre/Scranton's Tom Kostopoulos Voted Winner of AHL's Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award". OurSports Central. April 8, 2016.