WCHA Most Valuable Player in Tournament
The WCHA Most Valuable Player in Tournament is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the WCHA tournament to the best player in the championship as voted by the head coaches of each member team.
|WCHA Most Valuable Player in Tournament|
|Given for||To the Most Valuable Player in the WCHA conference tournament.|
|Most recent||Brad McClure|
The Tournament MVP was first awarded in 1988 and every year thereafter.
Bill Pye is the only player to have won the award more than once. Additionally, two recipients have received the honor while not playing for the conference champion. (as of 2013)
Winners by schoolEdit
Winners by positionEdit
- Minnesota and Wisconsin left after the 2012-13 season to join the Big Ten.
- North Dakota, Denver, Colorado College, Minnesota-Duluth, and St. Cloud State left after the 2012-13 season to join the NCHC.
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- "Head Coaches Tab Denver as MacNaughton Cup Favorite in Annual Grand Forks Herald WCHA Pre-Season Poll". WCHA.com. 2009-09-30. Retrieved 2013-08-28.