The Four Broncos Memorial Trophy is awarded each year to the Western Hockey League's Player of the Year.
The trophy is named in honour of four members of the Swift Current Broncos who died in an accident when the team bus was en route to a game. Trent Kresse, Scott Kruger, Chris Mantyka and Brent Ruff died on December 30, 1986.
Up to 1993-94, this trophy was the Most Valuable Player Award. As of 1994-95, the WHL Player of the Year receives this trophy.
Winners[edit | edit source]
- Blue background denotes also named CHL Player of the Year
- 1The WHL handed out separate awards for the East and West divisions.
References[edit | edit source]
- 2006–07 WHL Guide, pg. 193
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