Hap Emms Memorial Trophy
The Hap Emms Memorial Trophy is awarded to the outstanding goaltender at the Memorial Cup of the Canadian Hockey League. The award is named after Leighton "Hap" Emms, a former NHL player, who had a 33 year presence in the Ontario Hockey Association as a coach, owner, general manager, pioneer of the game. During his involvement with the Barrie Flyers, Niagara Falls Flyers, and St. Catharines Black Hawks between 1945 and 1978; his teams appeared in eight Memorial Cup tournaments, winning four times. The Emms Trophy, and the Emms Family Award, are also named for Emms.
|Hap Emms Memorial Trophy|
|Given for||Awarded to the outstanding goaltender of the Memorial Cup tournament|
|Most recent||Kaden Fulcher|
List of recipients of the Hap Emms Memorial Trophy.