John B. Sollenberger Trophy
The John B. Sollenberger Trophy is given to American Hockey League's leading scorer for the season.
The award was named for John B. Sollenberger in 1955. Sollenberger was a long-time contributor to the league as manager and president of the Hershey Bears and former Chairman of the Board of Governors. The award was originally named after Wally Kilrea, who held the AHL's single-season scoring record when the award was instituted 1947–48. That season, the award was renamed in honour of its first recipient, Carl Liscombe, who broke Kilrea's scoring record.
- John B. Sollenberger Trophy
- Carl Liscombe Trophy
|1953–54||George Sullivan||Hershey Bears|
|1952–53||Eddie Olson||Cleveland Barons|
|1951–52||Ray Powell||Providence Reds|
|1950–51||Ab DeMarco||Buffalo Bisons|
|1949–50||Les Douglas||Cleveland Barons|
|1948–49||Sid Smith||Pittsburgh Hornets|
|1947–48||Carl Liscombe||Providence Reds|
- AHL Hall of Fame. "JOHN B. SOLLENBERGER TROPHY". AHL. Retrieved 2011-05-09.
- Official AHL website
- AHL Hall of Fame
- Historic standings and statistics - at Internet Hockey Database