Max Kaminsky Trophy
The Max Kaminsky Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the most outstanding defenceman. The award is named in honour of Max Kaminsky, who coached the St. Catharines Teepees to the Memorial Cup in 1960 and died shortly thereafter of cancer. The winner of the Max Kaminsky Trophy is nominated for the CHL Defenceman of the Year.
|Max Kaminsky Trophy|
|Given for||Most outstanding defenceman in OHL|
|Most recent||Noel Hoefenmayer|
Prior to 1969, the Max Kaminsky Trophy was awarded to the most gentlemanly player in the league. The William Hanley Trophy is now awarded for the most sportsmanlike player in the OHL.
Most outstanding defenceman (1969–present)Edit
List of Max Kaminsky Trophy winners from 1969–present, as most outstanding defenceman.
- Blue background denotes also named CHL Defenceman of the Year.
Most gentlemanly player (1961–1969)Edit
List of Max Kaminsky Trophy winners from 1961–69, as most gentlemanly player.
- "OHL Awards". Ontario Hockey League. Canadian Hockey League. Retrieved 2017-12-24.