The Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy

The Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy is a Canadian Hockey League trophy, awarded to the most valuable player in the annual Memorial Cup Tournament.

It is named for the late ice hockey executive Stafford Smythe. He was the son of Conn Smythe, for whom the Conn Smythe Trophy is named - which is the NHL playoff most valuable player award.

Winners[edit | edit source]

Tournament Winner[1] Team
2019 Joel Teasdale Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
2018 Sam Steel Regina Pats
2017 Dylan Strome Erie Otters
2016 Mitch Marner London Knights
2015 Leon Draisaitl Kelowna Rockets
2014 Edgars Kulda Edmonton Oil Kings
2013 Nathan MacKinnon Halifax Mooseheads
2012 Michael Chaput Shawinigan Cataractes
2011 Jonathan Huberdeau Saint John Sea Dogs
2010 Taylor Hall Windsor Spitfires
2009 Taylor Hall Windsor Spitfires
2008 Dustin Tokarski Spokane Chiefs
2007 Milan Lucic Vancouver Giants
2006 Alexander Radulov Quebec Remparts
2005 Corey Perry London Knights
2004 Kelly Guard Kelowna Rockets
2003 Derek Roy Kitchener Rangers
2002 Danny Groulx Victoriaville Tigres
2001 Kyle Wanvig Red Deer Rebels
2000 Brad Richards Rimouski Océanic
1999 Nick Boynton Ottawa 67's
1998 Chris Madden Guelph Storm
1997 Christian Dubé Hull Olympiques
1996 Cameron Mann Peterborough Petes
1995 Shane Doan Kamloops Blazers
1994 Darcy Tucker Kamloops Blazers
1993 Ralph Intranuovo Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1992 Scott Niedermayer Kamloops Blazers
1991 Pat Falloon Spokane Chiefs
1990 Iain Fraser Oshawa Generals
1989 Dan Lambert Swift Current Broncos
1988 Rob DiMaio Medicine Hat Tigers
1987 Wayne McBean Medicine Hat Tigers
1986 Steve Chiasson Guelph Platers
1985 Dan Hodgson Prince Albert Raiders
1984 Adam Creighton Ottawa 67's
1983 Alfie Turcotte Portland Winter Hawks
1982 Sean McKenna Sherbrooke Castors
1981 Dale Hawerchuk Cornwall Royals
1980 Dave Ezard Cornwall Royals
1979 Bart Hunter Brandon Wheat Kings
1978 Stan Smyl New Westminster Bruins
1977 Barry Beck New Westminster Bruins
1976 Dale McCourt Hamilton Fincups
1975 Barry Smith New Westminster Bruins
1974 Greg Joly Regina Pats
1973 Mark Howe Toronto Marlboros
1972 Richard Brodeur Cornwall Royals
  1. in Bell, Aaron: 2009–10 OHL Media Guide. Ontario Hockey League, 169. 
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