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ECHL Leading Scorer Award

ECHL Leading Scorer
SportIce hockey
Given forto the ECHL player who leads the league in scoring at the end of the regular season.
History
First award1989
Most recentJosh Kestner, Toledo Walleye

The ECHL Leading Scorer Award goes to the ECHL player "who leads the league in scoring at the end of the regular season" and has been awarded since 1989. The award is not named after any individual and has three repeat winners as of 2020: Phil Berger won the award in 1991–92 and 1993–94 as a member of the Greensboro Monarchs, John Spoltore won the award in back-to-back years from 1998–99 to 1999–2000 as a member of the Louisiana IceGators, and Chad Costello won in 2014–15, 2015–16, and 2016–17 with the Allen Americans. Twin brothers Tyler and Justin Donati are the only brothers to win the award. Tyler Donati won the award in 2009–10 and Justin Donati won the following season. Trevor Jobe, the 1992–93 award winner, is the current record holder with 161 points.

Bill McDougall, Stan Drulia, and David Desharnais are the only three winners of this award to advance to the National Hockey League. Scott Gomez, who had played with the Alaska Aces during the 2004–05 NHL lockout, and Ed Courtenay, who had started his NHL career with the expansion San Jose Sharks during the 1991–92 NHL season, are the only award winners to have NHL experience prior to winning the award.

List of ECHL Leading Scorer Award winners

Season Player Team Points
1988–89 Daryl Harpe Erie Panthers 122
1989–90 Bill McDougall Erie Panthers 148
1990–91 Stan Drulia Knoxville Cherokees 140
1991–92 Phil Berger Greensboro Monarchs 130
1992–93 Trevor Jobe Norfolk Admirals 161
1993–94 Phil Berger(2) Greensboro Monarchs 139
1994–95 Scott Burfoot Erie Panthers 97
1995–96 Hugo P. Bélanger Nashville Knights 144
1996–97 Ed Courtenay South Carolina Stingrays 110
1997–98 Jamey Hicks Birmingham Bulls 119
1998–99 John Spoltore Louisiana IceGators 109
1999–00 John Spoltore (2) Louisiana IceGators 84
2000–01 Scott King Charlotte Checkers 101
2001–02 Louis Dumont Pensacola Ice Pilots 102
2002–03 Buddy Smith Arkansas RiverBlades 104
2003–04 Tim Smith Columbia Inferno 95
2004–05 Scott Gomez Alaska Aces 86
2005–06 Alex Leavitt Alaska Aces 91
2006–07 Brad Schell Gwinnett Gladiators 110
2007–08 David Desharnais Cincinnati Cyclones 106
2008–09 Kevin Baker Florida Everblades 102
2009–10 Tyler Donati Elmira Jackals 114
2010–11 Justin Donati Elmira Jackals 94
2011–12 Dustin Gazley Elmira Jackals 85
2012–13 Mathieu Roy Florida Everblades 89
2013–14 Brandon Marino Fort Wayne Komets 88
2014–15 Chad Costello Allen Americans 125
2015–16 Chad Costello(2) Allen Americans 103
2016–17 Chad Costello(3) Allen Americans 122
2017–18 Shawn Szydlowski Fort Wayne Komets 79
2018–19 Jesse Schultz Cincinnati Cyclones 80
2019–20 Josh Kestner Toledo Walleye 73[a]

Award recipients listed as of March 2020[1][2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "ECHL.com: Leading Scorers". Archived from the original on 2015-07-21. Retrieved 2011-06-18.
  2. ^ EliteProspects.com: ECHL Most Points
  1. ^ Shortened season due to COVID-19 pandemic.