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The Clark Cup is a trophy awarded annually to the winner of the United States Hockey League Tier 1 Junior Hockey playoff champions. The Clark Cup was named in honor of Dan Clark, the long-time registrar of the Minnesota Amateur Hockey Association. Clark was also the recipient of the NHL's Lester Patrick Award for his contributions to hockey in the United States.. The Clark Cup is one of two trophies that can be won by any team in a given year, with the other being the Anderson Cup which is awarded to the team with the most points in the standings at the end of the regular season.

Champions

2008-09 Indiana Ice
2007-08 Omaha Lancers
2006-07 Sioux Falls Stampede
2005-06 Des Moines Buccaneers
2004-05 Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
2003-04 Waterloo Blackhawks
2002-03 Lincoln Stars
2001-02 Sioux City Musketeers
2000-01 Omaha Lancers
1999-00 Green Bay Gamblers
1998-99 Des Moines Buccaneers
1997-98 Omaha Lancers
1996-97 Lincoln Stars
1995-96 Green Bay Gamblers
1994-95 Des Moines Buccaneers
1993-94 Omaha Lancers
1992-93 Omaha Lancers
1991-92 Des Moines Buccaneers
1990-91 Omaha Lancers
1989-90 Omaha Lancers
1988-89 Thunder Bay Flyers
1987-88 Thunder Bay Flyers
1986-87 Rochester Mustangs
1985-86 Sioux City Musketeers
1984-85 Dubuque Fighting Saints
1983-84 St. Paul Vulcans
1982-83 Dubuque Fighting Saints
1981-82 Sioux City Musketeers
1980-81 Dubuque Fighting Saints
1979-80 Hennepin Nordiques

Clark Cup MVPs

  • 2009 - Mike Cichy, F, Indiana
  • 2008 - Drew Palmisano, G, Omaha
  • 2007 - Matt Lundin, G, Sioux Falls
  • 2006 - Kyle Okposo, F, Des Moines
  • 2005 - Alex Stalock, G, Cedar Rapids
  • 2004 - Kevin Regan, G, Waterloo
  • 2003 - Danny Irmen, F, Lincoln
  • 2002 - Andy Franck, G, Sioux City
  • 2001 - Ray Fraser, G, Omaha
  • 2000 - Aaron Smith, F, Green Bay
  • 1999 - Pete Fregoe, F, Des Moines
  • 1998 - Nate Mauer, F, Omaha

Source

  • USHL 2006-07 Media Guide

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