Wayne Gretzky 99 Award

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Wayne Gretzky 99 Award
Sport Ice hockey
Given for MVP of OHL playoffs
First award 1999
Most recent Warren Foegele

The Wayne Gretzky 99 Award is awarded annually to the most valuable player in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs. It was first awarded in 1999, and is named for Wayne Gretzky. The award was introduced shortly after Gretzky announced his retirement from the NHL in 1999.[1] He played for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in the 1977–78 OHL season, scoring 70 goals as a rookie, establishing an OHL record for most goals by a 16-year-old that stood until 2007.[2]


List of winners of the Wayne Gretzky 99 Award.[1]

Season Winner Team
2016–17 Warren Foegele Erie Otters
2015–16 Mitchell Marner London Knights
2014–15 Connor McDavid Erie Otters
2013–14 Robby Fabbri Guelph Storm
2012–13 Bo Horvat London Knights
2011–12 Austin Watson London Knights
2010–11 Rob Mignardi Owen Sound Attack
2009–10 Adam Henrique Windsor Spitfires
2008–09 Taylor Hall Windsor Spitfires
2007–08 Justin Azevedo Kitchener Rangers
2006–07 Marc Staal Sudbury Wolves
2005–06 Daniel Ryder Peterborough Petes
2004–05 Corey Perry London Knights
2003–04 Martin St. Pierre Guelph Storm
2002–03 Derek Roy Kitchener Rangers
2001–02 Brad Boyes Erie Otters
2000–01 Seamus Kotyk Ottawa 67's
1999–2000 Brian Finley Barrie Colts
1998–99 Justin Papineau Belleville Bulls

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  1. ^ a b "Wayne Gretzky 99 Award". Ontario Hockey League. Canadian Hockey League. 2017-05-12. Retrieved 2017-12-25. 
  2. ^ "Gretzky's OHL scoring record eclipsed by Tavares". ESPN.com. March 17, 2007. Retrieved September 22, 2009. 

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