The Brad Hornung Trophy is awarded annually to the most sportsmanlike player of the Western Hockey League.

It is named after former Regina Pats player Brad Hornung who was paralyzed during a game on March 1, 1987.

List of Winners[edit | edit source]

Season Player Team
2007–08 Tyler Ennis Medicine Hat Tigers
2006–07 Aaron Gagnon Seattle Thunderbirds
2005–06 Kris Russell Medicine Hat Tigers
2004–05 Kris Russell Medicine Hat Tigers
2003–04 Nigel Dawes Kootenay Ice
2002–03 Boyd Gordon Red Deer Rebels
2001–02 Ian White Swift Current Broncos
2000–01 Matt Kinch Calgary Hitmen
1999–00 Trent Hunter Prince George Cougars
1998–99 Matt Kinch Calgary Hitmen
1997–98 Cory Cyrenne Brandon Wheat Kings
1996–97 Kelly Smart Brandon Wheat Kings
1995–96 Hnat Domenichelli Kamloops Blazers
1994–95 Darren Ritchie Brandon Wheat Kings
1993–94 Lonny Bohonos Portland Winter Hawks
1992–93 Rick Girard Swift Current Broncos
1991–92 Steve Junker Spokane Chiefs
1990–91 Pat Falloon Spokane Chiefs
1989–90 Bryan Bosch Lethbridge Hurricanes
1988–89 Blair Atcheynum Moose Jaw Warriors
1987–88 Craig Endean Regina Pats
1986–871 (West) Dave Archibald Portland Winter Hawks
(East) Len Nielson Regina Pats
1985–861 (West) Ken Morrison Kamloops Blazers
(East) Randy Smith Saskatoon Blades
1984–85 Cliff Ronning New Westminster Bruins
1983–84 Mark Lamb Medicine Hat Tigers
1982–83 Darren Boyko Winnipeg Warriors
1981–82 Mike Moller Lethbridge Broncos
1980–81 Steve Tsujiura Medicine Hat Tigers
1979–80 Steve Tsujiura Medicine Hat Tigers
1978–79 Errol Rausse Seattle Breakers
1977–78 Steve Tambellini Lethbridge Broncos
1976–77 Steve Tambellini Lethbridge Broncos
1975–76 Blair Chapman Saskatoon Blades
1974–75 Danny Arndt Saskatoon Blades
1973–74 Mike Rogers Calgary Centennials
1972–73 Ron Chipperfield Brandon Wheat Kings
1971–72 Ron Chipperfield Brandon Wheat Kings
1970–71 Lorne Henning Estevan Bruins
1969–70 Randy Rota Calgary Centennials
1968–69 Bob Liddington Calgary Centennials
1967–68 Bernie Blanchette Saskatoon Blades
1966–67 Morris Stefaniw Estevan Bruins
1The WHL handed out separate awards for the East and West divisions.

References[edit | edit source]

2006–07 WHL Guide, pg.194

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