|Awarded for||MVP of the OHL Cup|
|Most recent||Jake O'Brien|
The Tim Adams Memorial Trophy is presented annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the minor ice hockey player selected as the most valuable player of the OHL Cup. Tim Adams was a graduate of the Greater Toronto Hockey League and a long time coach of both the Toronto Marlboros and Toronto Young Nationals. Tim Adams died at an early age from cancer.
|2003||Jhase Sniderman||Toronto Young Nats|
|2004||Harrison Reed||York Simcoe Express|
|2005||Sam Gagner||Toronto Marlies|
|2006||Steven Stamkos||Markham Waxers|
|2007||Casey Cizikas||Mississauga IceDogs|
|2008||John McFarland||Toronto Jr. Canadiens|
|2009||Lucas Lessio||Toronto Marlboros|
|2010||Sean Monahan||Mississauga Rebels|
|2011||Aaron Berisha||Toronto Marlboros|
|2012||Connor McDavid||Toronto Marlboros|
|2013||Adam Craievich||Oakville Rangers|
|2014||Michael McLeod||Toronto Marlboros|
|2015||Ryan McLeod||Toronto Marlboros|
|2016||Andrei Berezinskiy||York-Simcoe Express|
|2017||Mike Petizian||Mississauga Reps|
|2018||Dylan Robinson||Toronto Jr. Canadiens|
|2019||Shane Wright||Don Mills Flyers|
|2020||Not awarded, OHL Cup cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|
|2021||Not awarded, OHL Cup cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|
|2022||Michael Misa||Mississauga Senators|
|2023||Jake O'Brien||Toronto Jr. Canadiens|
The Canadian Hockey League is an umbrella organization that represents the three Canada-based major junior ice hockey leagues. The CHL was founded in 1975 as the Canadian Major Junior Hockey League, and is composed of its three member leagues, the Western Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. For the 2022–23 season, its three leagues and 60 teams represent nine Canadian provinces as well as four American states.
The Memorial Cup is the national championship of the Canadian Hockey League, a consortium of three major junior ice hockey leagues operating in Canada and parts of the United States. It is a four-team round-robin tournament played between the champions of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) and Western Hockey League (WHL), and a fourth, hosting team, which alternates between the three leagues annually. The Memorial Cup trophy was established by Captain James T. Sutherland to honour those who died in service during World War I. It was rededicated during the 2010 tournament to honour all soldiers who died fighting for Canada in any conflict.
The Guelph Storm are a major junior ice hockey team based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. They have played in the OHL since the 1991–92 season. The team plays home games at the Sleeman Centre.
The Hamilton Spectator Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the team that finishes the regular season with the best record. The trophy was donated by The Hamilton Spectator, and first presented in the 1957–58 season. It is symbolic of first place overall, and home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs.
The Red Tilson Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the most outstanding player (MVP) as voted by OHL writers and broadcasters. It was donated by The Globe and Mail, and first awarded in the 1944–45 OHA season by the Ontario Hockey Association. Winners of the Red Tilson Trophy are nominated for the CHL Player of the Year award.
The J. Ross Robertson Cup is a Canadian ice hockey trophy. It is awarded annually in junior ice hockey to the champion of the Ontario Hockey League playoffs. It was donated by John Ross Robertson to the Ontario Hockey Association in 1910, and is the third of three similarly named trophies he established. His other eponymous trophies for the OHA include, the J. Ross Robertson Cup awarded to the annual champions of Allan Cup Hockey, and the J. Ross Robertson Cup which was awarded to the annual champions of the discontinued intermediate division.
The Leyden Trophy is awarded to the regular season champion of the East division in the Ontario Hockey League. The award was first presented in 1975–76 to the winners of the Leyden division. The league realigned into three divisions for 1994–95, and the award has since been presented to the East Division.
The Emms Trophy is presented annually to the regular season champion of the Central division in the Ontario Hockey League. The trophy was inaugurated in the 1975–76 season for the winner of the Emms division, the more westerly of the two divisions at the time. When the league realigned into three divisions in 1994–95, it has since been awarded to the Central division.
The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the player scoring the most points in the regular season. The trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of athlete and coach Eddie Powers. It was first awarded in the 1945–46 OHA season. The Ontario Hockey League had retroactively recognized winners dating back to the 1933–34 OHA season. The winner of the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy may also win the CHL Top Scorer Award.
The Max Kaminsky Trophy is an annual award presented by the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Originally (1961–1969) awarded to the most gentlemanly player in the league, since 1970 it is awarded to the OHL's most outstanding defenceman.
The Emms Family Award is presented annually to the Rookie of the Year in the Ontario Hockey League. The winner is also nominated for the CHL Rookie of the Year. The award was donated by Hap Emms. Leighton "Hap" Emms was a coach, owner, general manager and pioneer of the game, with a 33-year presence in the Ontario Hockey Association. His involvement in the Barrie Flyers, Niagara Falls Flyers, and St. Catharines Black Hawks, led to eight Memorial Cup tournament appearances, winning four times.
The Matt Leyden Trophy is awarded annually to the Ontario Hockey League Coach of the Year. The award is chosen by fellow OHL general managers. Teams were not permitted to vote for a coach from their own hockey club. Coaches receive five points for a first place vote, three points for a second place vote and one point for a third place vote. Winners of the award are also nominated for the Brian Kilrea Coach of the Year Award for the Canadian Hockey League.
The Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy is awarded each year to an Ontario Hockey League player who is a positive role model, and makes a notable humanitarian contribution within his community. Originally known as the OHL Humanitarian of the Year award, it was renamed in honour of former Owen Sound Platers captain Dan Snyder, who died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in October 2003. Each winner is also nominated for the CHL Humanitarian of the Year award.
The William Hanley Trophy is awarded annually by Ontario Hockey League to the most sportsmanlike player. It is named for Bill 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 1975. The winner of the William Hanley Trophy is nominated for the CHL Sportsman of the Year.
The Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy is awarded each year to the best overage player in the Ontario Hockey League, as selected by the teams' general managers. The trophy was donated by the trainers of the league in memory of Leo Lalonde, former chief scout of the Belleville Bulls and Peterborough Petes.
The Jim Rutherford Trophy is given to the best goaltender in the Ontario Hockey League, as voted by coaches and general managers. The winner is also nominated for the CHL Goaltender of the Year award.
The Dave Pinkney Trophy is awarded to the goaltenders of the Ontario Hockey League team that has the lowest goals against average. It has been awarded annually since 1949.
The 2002–03 OHL season was the 23rd season of the Ontario Hockey League. The North Bay Centennials relocated to Saginaw, Michigan, becoming the Saginaw Spirit. Due to the move, several teams changed divisions; the Saginaw Spirit were placed in the west division, the London Knights moved to the midwest division, and the Brampton Battalion moved to the central division. The London Knights moved into the new John Labatt Centre, which replaced the London Ice House. The Tim Adams Memorial Trophy was inaugurated as the MVP of the OHL Cup. Twenty teams each played 68 games. The Mississauga Icedogs qualified for the playoffs for the first time in their existence. The Kitchener Rangers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Ottawa 67's in the final.
The Ontario Hockey League Showcase Cup is a tournament hosted by the Ontario Hockey League and operated by the Greater Toronto Hockey League with the purpose of providing an additional scouting opportunity to minor midget players in Ontario, and other districts which fall under the Ontario Hockey League's draft region. It originally started as a Bantam tournament, however when age groups in Canada were realigned to match USA and International age classification the tournament was changed to a Minor Midget tournament.
The OHL Cup Showcase Tournament features the top minor midget teams from Ontario, along with selected teams from the U.S.A. Invitations for the tournament will be extended to the champion and finalist from each division of the Ontario Hockey Federation and branches of the OHF, ODHA and Thunder Bay. All T.B.A. teams will be selected by the Tournament Selection Committee. In the event that a league/association champion or finalist does not take advantage of their qualification, the vacancy will similarly be determined by the Tournament Selection Committee. This year (2011)the Toronto Marlboros won the tournament led by Cody Thompson who was the leader in point for forwards and Chance Macdonald who was the leader in points for defenceman.
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