The Michel Bergeron Trophy is awarded annually to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's "Offensive Rookie of the Year." From 1969 to 1980, the trophy was awarded to the QMHL's "Overall Rookie of the Year." The Bergeron trophy's counterpart since 1980, is the Raymond Lagacé Trophy, awarded to the "Defensive Rookie of the Year." The QMHL created the RDS Cup in 1991, as a reunified Rookie of the Year award.
|1979–80||Dale Hawerchuk||Cornwall Royals|
|1978–79||Alain Grenier||Laval National|
|1977–78||Denis Savard||Montreal Juniors|
|Normand Rochefort||Trois-Rivières Draveurs|
|1976–77||Rick Vaive||Sherbrooke Castors|
|1975–76||Jean-Marc Bonamie||Shawinigan Dynamos|
|1974–75||Denis Pomerleau||Hull Festivals|
|1973–74||Mike Bossy||Laval National|
|1972–73||Pierre Larouche||Sorel Éperviers|
|1971–72||Bob Murray||Cornwall Royals|
|1970–71||Bob Murphy||Cornwall Royals|
|1969–70||Serge Martel||Verdun Maple Leafs|
- QMJHL web site List of trophy winners.
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