Spencer Penrose Award

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Spencer Penrose Award
Sport Ice hockey
Given for The most outstanding coach in NCAA Division I men's ice hockey.
First award 1951
Most recent Jeff Jackson

The Spencer Penrose Award is awarded yearly to the top coach in NCAA Division I men's ice hockey by the American Hockey Coaches Association.

The finalists for each year's award comprise the conference Coach of the Year winners from each Division I men's ice hockey conference, plus the coaches of the four Frozen Four teams.

Spencer Penrose was a philanthropist who helped construct The Broadmoor resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where the first ten college ice hockey championships were held.

Award Winners[edit]


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