Lorne Lyndon Memorial Trophy

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The Lorne Lyndon Memorial Trophy is an annual award given by the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability during the regular season. This trophy was first awarded in 1966 (prior the award was the Cadet Trophy).

Named in honour of Lorne Lyndon, who was one of Canada's most renowned officials for 20 years, 1933-1953. He officiated six Allan Cup finals, three Memorial Cup finals, and the 1951 Alexander Cup.

MJHL Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Award[edit]

Season Winner Team
2008 Sean Collins Waywayseecappo Wolverines
2007 Jeff Penner Dauphin Kings
2006 Travis Kornelsen Selkirk Steelers
2005 Adam Corrin Winnipeg South Blues
1977 Ken Krentz Selkirk Steelers
1974 Gord Lidstone West Kildonan North Stars
1973 George Newbury St. James Canadians
1968 Andy Miles Winnipeg Monarchs
1967 Butch Goring Winnipeg Rangers
1966 Gerry Mazur Winnipeg Rangers
1965 Bill Scott Winnipeg Monarchs
1964 Jim Irving Winnipeg Rangers
1963 Bruce Wright Winnipeg Monarchs

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