Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy

A photo of this trophy.

The Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy is presented annually to the AHL's team that finishes the regular season with the most points. The award is named after former AHL board member Macgregor Kilpatrick.

The award was first presented in for the 1997–98 season. From 1952–53 to 1960–61 and 1976–77, the team which finished first overall in the AHL was awarded the F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy, when the league only had a single division.

The equivalent award in the NHL is the Presidents' Trophy.

Winners Edit

Before the trophyEdit

The following is a list of teams finishing first overall in the American Hockey League standings by season, prior to the institution of the Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy.

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