Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy

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Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy
Sport Ice hockey
Given for Top-scoring right winger in the Ontario Hockey League
History
First award 1972
Most recent Jordan Kyrou

The Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League since 1972, to the right winger who scores the most points in the regular season. The Peterborough Petes donated the Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy in his memory to the top scoring right winger in the Ontario Hockey League.[1]

Jim Mahon (February 1952 — August 19, 1971) was a Canadian junior ice hockey player. He was born and raised in Maidstone, Ontario, and played minor hockey Essex, Ontario. He played for the Parry Sound Brunswicks in the 1968–69 season, winning the Georgian Bay Junior C League championship. Mahon moved up to the Peterborough Petes for the 1969–70 season, scoring 28 goals, 20 assists, and 48 points as a rookie in 46 games. In the 1970–71 season, he scored 45 goals, 44 assists, and 89 points in 62 games.[2] In the summer of 1971, Mahon died in an electrical accident at his grandfather's home in Maidstone.[3] Mahon would have been eligible for the 1972 NHL Amateur Draft.

Winners[edit]

List of winners of the Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy.[1]

Season Winner Team Goals Assists Points
2017–18 Jordan Kyrou Sarnia Sting 39 70 109
2016–17 Alex DeBrincat Erie Otters 65 62 127
2015–16 Kevin Labanc Barrie Colts 39 88 127
2014–15 Mitchell Marner London Knights 44 82 126
2013–14 Connor Brown Erie Otters 45 83 128
2012–13 Seth Griffith London Knights 33 48 81
2011–12 Tyler Toffoli Ottawa 67's 52 48 100
2010–11 Tyler Toffoli Ottawa 67's 57 51 108
Jason Akeson Kitchener Rangers 24 84 108
2009–10 Taylor Beck Guelph Storm 39 54 93
2008–09 Bryan Cameron Belleville Bulls 37 44 81
2007–08 John Hughes Brampton Battalion 28 63 91
2006–07 Patrick Kane London Knights 62 83 145
2005–06 Dave Bolland London Knights 57 73 130
2004–05 Corey Perry London Knights 47 83 130
2003–04 Corey Perry London Knights 40 73 113
2002–03 Matt Foy Ottawa 67's 61 71 132
2001–02 Mike Renzi Belleville Bulls 44 64 108
2000–01 Branko Radivojevic Belleville Bulls 34 70 104
1999–2000 Sheldon Keefe Barrie Colts 48 73 121
1998–99 Norm Milley Sudbury Wolves 52 68 120
1997–98 Maxim Spiridonov London Knights 54 44 98
1996–97 Joe Seroski Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 54 49 103
1995–96 Cameron Mann Peterborough Petes 42 60 102
1994–95 David Ling Kingston Frontenacs 61 74 135
1993–94 Kevin Brown Detroit Junior Red Wings 54 81 135
1992–93 Kevin Brown Detroit Junior Red Wings 50 91 141
1991–92 Darren McCarty Belleville Bulls 55 72 127
1990–91 Rob Pearson Oshawa Generals 63 55 118
1989–90 Owen Nolan Cornwall Royals 51 60 111
1988–89 Stan Drulia Niagara Falls Thunder 52 93 145
1987–88 Sean Williams Oshawa Generals 58 65 123
1986–87 Ron Goodall Kitchener Rangers 52 53 105
1985–86 Ray Sheppard Cornwall Royals 81 61 142
1984–85 Dave MacLean Belleville Bulls 64 90 154
1983–84 Wayne Presley Kitchener Rangers 63 76 139
1982–83 Ian MacInnis Cornwall Royals 59 74 133
1981–82 Tony Tanti Oshawa Generals 62 64 126
1980–81 Tony Tanti Oshawa Generals 81 69 150
1979–80 Jim Fox Ottawa 67's 65 101 166
1978–79 Mike Foligno Sudbury Wolves 65 85 150
1977–78 Dino Ciccarelli London Knights 72 70 142
1976–77 John Anderson Toronto Marlboros 57 62 119
1975–76 Peter Lee Ottawa 67's 81 80 161
1974–75 Mark Napier Toronto Marlboros 66 64 130
1973–74 Dave Gorman St. Catharines Black Hawks 53 76 129
1972–73 Dennis Ververgaert London Knights 58 89 147
1971–72 Billy Harris Toronto Marlboros 57 72 129

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "OHL Awards". Ontario Hockey League. Canadian Hockey League. Retrieved 2017-12-24. 
  2. ^ "Jim Mahon hockey statistics and profile". hockeydb.com. Retrieved 2018-01-06. 
  3. ^ Davies, Mike (February 16, 2011). "Jim Mahon remembered". Peterborough Examiner. Retrieved June 17, 2013. 

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