Program from the 1977 dinner.

The Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award was awarded between 1969 and 1984 to a National Hockey League player for his humanitarian contributions during that year.

It was named after the NHL star Charlie Conacher, who died of throat cancer in December, 1967. He set up a research fund for throat cancer that his widow expanded on. Every May or June, there was a Charlie Conacher Memorial Dinner where this award was presented and money was raised for the research fund.

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