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The Dave Pinkney Trophy is awarded to the goaltenders of the team that has the best team goals-against-average in the Ontario Hockey League.


List of winners of the Dave Pinkney Trophy.[1]

Season Winner(s) Team
2019–20 Cedrick Andree & Will Cranley Ottawa 67's
2018–19 Cedrick Andree & Michael DiPietro Ottawa 67's
2017–18 Matthew Villalta & Tyler Johnson Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
2016–17 Michael McNiven & Emanuel Vella Owen Sound Attack
2015–16 Tyler Parsons & Brendan Burke London Knights
2014–15 Ken Appleby & Jeremy Brodeur Oshawa Generals
2013–14 Oscar Dansk & Devin Williams Erie Otters
2012–13 Jordan Binnington & Brandon Hope Owen Sound Attack
2011–12 Mark Visentin & Christopher Festarini[2] Niagara IceDogs
2010–11 J. P. Anderson & Mickael Audette Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
2009–10 Chris Carrozzi & J.P. Anderson Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
2008–09 Mike Murphy Belleville Bulls
2007–08 Kyle Gajewski Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
2006–07 Michal Neuvirth & Jeremy Smith Plymouth Whalers
2005–06 Dan Turple & Mark Packwood Kitchener Rangers
2004–05 Gerald Coleman & Adam Dennis London Knights
2003–04 Ryan MacDonald & Gerald Coleman London Knights
2002–03 Paul Drew & Jeff Weber Plymouth Whalers
2001–02 Jason Bacashihua & Paul Drew Plymouth Whalers
2000–01 Rob Zepp & Paul Drew Plymouth Whalers
1999–2000 Rob Zepp & Bill Ruggiero Plymouth Whalers
1998–99 Robert Holsinger & Rob Zepp Plymouth Whalers
1997–98 Craig Hillier & Seamus Kotyk Ottawa 67's
1996–97 Tim Keyes & Craig Hillier Ottawa 67's
1995–96 Dan Cloutier & Brett Thompson Guelph Storm
1994–95 Mark McArthur & Andy Adams Guelph Storm
1993–94 Sandy Allan & Scott Roche North Bay Centennials
1992–93 Chad Lang & Ryan Douglas Peterborough Petes
1991–92 Kevin Hodson Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1990–91 Mike Lenarduzzi & Kevin Hodson Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1989–90 Jeff Wilson & Sean Gauthier Kingston Frontenacs
1988–89 John Tanner & Todd Bojcun Peterborough Petes
1987–88 Todd Bojcun & John Tanner Peterborough Petes
1986–87 Jeff Hackett & Sean Evoy Oshawa Generals
1985–86 Kay Whitmore & Ron Tugnutt Peterborough Petes
1984–85 Scott Mosey & Marty Abrams Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1983–84 Darren Pang & Greg Coram Ottawa 67's
1982–83 Peter Sidorkiewicz & Jeff Hogg Oshawa Generals
1981–82 John Vanbiesbrouck & Marc D'Amour Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1980–81 Jim Ralph Ottawa 67's
1979–80 Rick LaFerriere & Terry Wright Peterborough Petes
1978–79 Nick Ricci & Glen Ernst Niagara Falls Flyers
1977–78 Al Jensen Hamilton Fincups
1976–77 Pat Riggin London Knights
1975–76 Jim Bedard Sudbury Wolves
1974–75 Greg Millen Peterborough Petes
1973–74 Don Edwards Kitchener Rangers
1972–73 Mike Palmateer Toronto Marlboros
1971–72 Michel Larocque Ottawa 67's
1970–71 John Garrett Peterborough Petes
1969–70 John Garrett Peterborough Petes
1968–69 Wayne Wood & Ted Tucker Montreal Junior Canadiens
1967–68 Jim Rutherford & Gerry Gray Hamilton Red Wings
1966–67 Peter McDuffe St. Catharines Black Hawks
1965–66 Ted Ouimet Montreal Junior Canadiens
1964–65 Bernie Parent Niagara Falls Flyers
1963–64 Bernie Parent Niagara Falls Flyers
1962–63 Chuck Goddard Peterborough Petes
1961–62 George Holmes Montreal Junior Canadiens
1960–61 Bud Blom Hamilton Red Wings
1959–60 Gerry Cheevers Toronto St. Michael's Majors
1958–59 Jacques Caron Peterborough TPT Petes
1957–58 Len Broderick Toronto Marlboros
1956–57 Len Broderick Toronto Marlboros
1955–56 Jim Crocket Toronto Marlboros
1954–55 John Albani Toronto Marlboros
1953–54 Dennis Riggin Hamilton Tiger Cubs
1952–53 John Henderson Toronto Marlboros
1951–52 Don Head Toronto Marlboros
1950–51 Don Lockhart Toronto Marlboros
Lorne Howes Barrie Flyers
1949–50 Don Lockhart Toronto Marlboros
1948–49 Gilles Mayer Barrie Flyers

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