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The Doug Wickenheiser Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the Western Hockey League humanitarian of the year. The winner is the player who best shows a commitment to his community and to humanitarian values.

Prior to the beginning of the 2000–01 WHL season, the award was renamed after former league MVP and first overall draft pick, Doug Wickenheiser, who died of cancer in 1999.[1]


The following players have won the award:[2]

Season Player Team
2008–09 Taylor Procyshen Tri-City Americans
2007–08 Ashton Hewson Prince Albert Raiders
2006–07 Kyle Moir Swift Current Broncos
2005–06 Wacey Rabbit Saskatoon Blades
2004–05 Colin Fraser Red Deer Rebels
2003–04 Braydon Coburn Portland Winter Hawks
2002–03 Ryan Craig Brandon Wheat Kings
2001–02 Brandin Cote Spokane Chiefs
2000–01 Jim Vandermeer Red Deer Rebels
1999–00 Chris Nielsen Calgary Hitmen
1998–99 Andrew Ference Portland Winter Hawks
1997–98 Jesse Wallin Red Deer Rebels
1996–97 Jesse Wallin Red Deer Rebels
1995–96 Darryl Laplante Moose Jaw Warriors
1994–95 Grady Manson Moose Jaw Warriors
1993–94 Jason Widmer Lethbridge Hurricanes
1992–93 Jamie Pushor Lethbridge Hurricanes

See also


  • 2006–07 WHL Guide, pg. 196
  1. ^ "Doug Wickenheiser". Hockey Draft Central. Retrieved 2007–05–14.  
  2. ^ "Humanitarian Award - Doug Wickenheiser Memorial Trophy". Western Hockey League. Retrieved 2007–05–14.  


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