The William Hanley Trophy is awarded to the Ontario Hockey League's Most Sportsmanlike Player. It is named for William Hanley, a former secretary-manager of the Ontario Hockey Association who served in that capacity for twenty-five years. The William Hanley Trophy was first awarded in 1974–75; before that, the Max Kaminsky Trophy was awarded for sportsmanship.
List of William Hanley Trophy winners, as the most sportsmanlike player.
- Blue background denotes also named CHL Sportsman of the Year.
- 1970–74 No award presented
Sportsman of the year (1961–1969)
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