Phil Esposito Trophy

The Phil Esposito Trophy was awarded annually by the Central Hockey League (CHL) to the league's leading scorer during the regular season.

Named in honour of Phil Esposito commencing with 1979–80 CHL season,[1] the Hall of Famer played 43 games in the CHL during the 1963–64 season, to collect 26 goals 54 points with the St. Louis Braves, before moving into the National Hockey League with the Chicago Black Hawks.

List of winnersEdit

Season Winner Team Pts
1963–64 Alain Caron St. Louis Braves 125
1964–65 Tom McCarthy Tulsa Oilers 97
1965–66 Art Stratton St. Louis Braves 94
1966–67 Art Stratton St. Louis Braves 90
1967–68 Ron Ward Tulsa Oilers 85
1968–69 Jim Lorentz Oklahoma City Blazers 101
1969–70 Jack Egers Omaha Knights 90
1970–71 Pierre Jarry Omaha Knights 92
1971–72 Ross Perkins Fort Worth Texans 97
1972–73 Lyle Moffat*Tie Tulsa Oilers 80 (40g, 40a, 71gp)
1972–73 Dan Gruen*Tie Fort Worth Texans 80 (35g, 45a, 68gp)
1973–74 Wayne Schaab Omaha Knights 89
1974–75 Wayne Schaab Omaha Knights 85
1975–76 Jim Wiley Tulsa Oilers 96
1976–77 Steve West Oklahoma City Blazers 96
1977–78 Doug Palazzari Salt Lake Golden Eagles 82
1978–79 Rick Shinske Salt Lake Golden Eagles 88
1979–80 Doug Palazzari Salt Lake Golden Eagles 109
1980–81 Joe Mullen Salt Lake Golden Eagles 117
1981–82 Bob Francis Oklahoma City Stars 114
1982–83 Wes Jarvis Birmingham South Stars 108
1983–84 Scott MacLeod Salt Lake Golden Eagles 118

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