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Awards and Trophies

The Amazing Fantasy Hockey League presents a number of trophies in the offseason of every year. The most prestigious award is the AFHL Stanley Cup which is awarded to the league champion at the end of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The AFHL Stanley Cup

The AFHL Stanley Cup is awarded annually to the league champion at the end of the Stanley Cup playoffs. It has been referred to as The Cup, The Holy Grail, or facetiously (chiefly by sportswriters) as Lord Stanley’s Mug.

Ice Holes cup 

 

2014 Stanley Cup Champions: Victoria Vipers (Chris Hartley)

2013 Stanley Cup Champions: Lakehead Ice Holes (Jason Briggs)

2012 Stanley Cup Champions: Hamilton Firestorm (Gates Imbeau)

2011 Stanley Cup Champions: Washington Power (Ray Irwin)

2010 Stanley Cup Champions: London Mustangs (Blake Wilson)

 

 

Jack Adams Award

Best Coach/GM of the Year

2014 Winner: Chris Hartley (Victoria Vipers)

2013 Winner: Jason Briggs (Lakehead Ice Holes)

2012 Winner: Gates Imbeau (Hamilton Firestorm)

2011 Co-Winner: Ray Irwin (Washington Power)

2011 Co-Winner: Mike Brunetta (North Bay Warriors)

2010 Co-Winner: Ben Rauscher (Vancouver Heroes)

2010 Co-Winner: Blake Wilson (London Mustangs)

 

 

 

Hart Trophy (MVP)

Player judged to be most valuable to his team in the regular season

2014 Winner: Sidney Crosby (Buffalo Phantoms)

2013 Winner: John Tavares (Oshawa City Leafs)

2012 Winner: Evgeni Malkin (Boston Giants)

2011 Winner: Pekka Rinne (North Bay Warriors)

2010 Winner: Ryan Miller (Vancouver Heroes)

 

 

Vezina Trophy

Best goaltender

2014 Winner: Tuukka Rask (Washington Wolfpack)

2013 Winner: Tukka Rask (Washington Wolfpack)

2012 Winner: Henrik Lundqvist (Deer Park Chiefs)

2011 Winner: Pekka Rinne (North Bay Warriors)

2010 Winner: Ryan Miller (Vancouver Heroes)

 

 

Calder Trophy

Best rookie

2014 Winner: Nathan MacKinnon (Twin City Vikings)

2013 Winner: Brendan Gallagher (Philadelphia Crunch)

2012 Winner: Gabriel Landeskog (Goldsboro Rebels)

2011 Winner: Jeff Skinner (Goldsboro Rebels)

2010 Winner: Tuuka Rask (Toronto Red Devils)

 

 

Trash Talker Award

Best trash talker

2014 Winner: Mike Nellany (Deer Park Chiefs)

2013 Winner: Jordan Carbone (Toronto Red Devils)

2012 Winner: Jordan Carbone (Toronto Red Devils)

2011 Winner: Mike Nellany (Deer Park Chiefs)

2010 Co-Winner: Mike Nellany (Deer Park Chiefs)

2010 Co-Winner: Ben Rauscher (Vancouver Heroes)

 

 

Norris Trophy

Top defenseman

2014 Winner: Erik Karlsson (Toronto Red Devils)

2013 Winner: Erik Karlsson (Toronto Red Devils)

2012 Winner: Erik Karlsson (Toronto Red Devils)

2011 Winner: Nicklas Lidstrom (St. John’s Red Wings)

2010 Winner: Duncan Keith (St. John’s Red Wings)

 

 

Laugh Out Loud Trophy

Funniest GM

2014 Winner: Jason Henley (Pittsburgh Heroes)

2013 Winner: Mike Nellany (Deer Park Chiefs)

2012 Winner: Daryn Beckman

 

 

Maurice Richard Trophy

Most goals in a season

2014 Winner: Alex Ovechkin (Victoria Vipers)

2013 Winner: Alex Ovechkin (Victoria Vipers)

2012 Winner: Steven Stamkos (Lakehead Thunderwolves)

2011 Winner: Corey Perry (Goldsboro Rebels)

2010 Co-Winner: Steven Stamkos (Manhattan Supermen)

2010 Co-Winner: Sidney Crosby (Buffalo Phantoms)

 

 

President’s Trophy

Best record at the end of the regular season

2014 Winner:

2013 Winner: Lakehead Ice Holes (Jason Briggs) 

2012 Winner: North Bay Warriors (Mike Brunetta) 146-73-33

2011 Winner: North Bay Warriors (Mike Brunetta) 150-69-33

2010 Winner: Buffalo Phantoms (Daryn Beckman) 158-64-30

 

 

American Conference Trophy

Best overall record in the American Conference

2012 Winner: Deer Park Chiefs (Mike Nellany)

2011 Winner: Washington Power (Ray Irwin)

2010 Winner: Buffalo Phantoms (Daryn Beckman)

 

 

Canadian Conference Trophy

Best overall record in the Canadian Conference

2012 Winner: North Bay Warriors (Mike Brunetta)

2011 Winner: North Bay Warriors (Mike Brunetta)

2010 Winner: Vancouver Heroes (Ben Rauscher)

 

 

Art Ross Trophy

Player who leads the league in scoring points at the end of the regular season

2013 Winner: Martin St. Louis (Lakehead Ice Holes)

2012 Winner: Evgeni Malkin (Boston Giants)

2011 Winner: Daniel Sedin (Vancouver Heroes)

2010 Winner: Henrik Sedin (Vancouver Heroes)

 

 

All-Star Game Winning Coaches/GMs

2012 Winners: Mike Nellany (Deer Park Chiefs) and Daryn Beckman (Buffalo Phantoms)

2011 Winners: Ray Irwin (Washington Power) and Andrew Fiorentino (Los Banos Wolves)

2010 Winners: Daryn Backman (Buffalo Phantoms) and Mike Bassett (Hollywood Stars)

 

 

All-Star Game MVP

Most valuable player in the AFHL All-Star Game

2012 Winner: Marian Gaborik (Boston Giants)

2011 Winner: Anze Kopitar (Deer Park Chiefs)

2010 Winner: Henrik Lundqvist (Deer Park Chiefs)

 

 

Conn Smythe Trophy

MVP of the Stanley Cup playoffs

2013 Winner: Evgeni Nabokov (Manhattan Supermen)

2012 Winner: Sidney Crosby (Buffalo Phantoms)

2011 Winner: Roberto Luongo (Washington Power)

2010 Winner: Henrik Sedin (Vancouver Heroes)

 

 

Total # of trophies/awards per team:

Pittsburgh Heroes – 8

Buffalo Phantoms – 7

Deer Park Chiefs – 7

Lakehead Ice Holes – 6

North Bay Warriors – 6

Hamilton Firestorm – 5

Washington Wolfpack – 5

Toronto Red Devils – 5

Goldsboro Rebels – 3

Boston Giants – 3

London Mustangs – 2

Manhattan Supermen – 2

Victoria Vipers – 2

Montreal Xtreme – 1

Detroit Icemen – 1

Philadelphia Crunch – 1

Oshawa City Leafs – 1

The Amazing Fantasy Hockey League (AFHL) is a lifetime keeper fantasy hockey league that consists of 20 franchised teams, of which 10 are located in Canada, and 10 are located in the United States. The AFHL is in no way shape or form affiliated with the NHL or the NHLPA and all teams logos and players names are their property.