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Allen Americans - 2013-14 Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Champions

   
Central Hockey League Historical Award Winners
Includes Western Pro Hockey League Awards prior to May/2001 merger with CHL


2013-2014  (CHL)
Ray Miron Presidents' Cup (Playoff Champions) - Allen Americans
Bud Poile Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Missouri Mavericks
Most Valuable Player - Garett Bembridge, Denver
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Andrew Engelage, Arizona
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Tyler Ludwig, Allen
Rookie of the Year - Alex Lavoie, Allen
Coach of the Year - Derek Armstrong, Denver
Man of the Year - Calin Wild, Brampton
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Garett Bembridge, Denver
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jamie Schaafsma, Allen
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Stuart Nichols, Tulsa
Equipment Manager of the Year– Kacee Coberly, Allen

2013-2014 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Troy Schwab, Denver
Forward: Garett Bembridge, Denver
Forward: Ben Gordon, Tulsa
Defenseman: Tyler Ludwig, Allen
Defenseman: Matt Stephenson, Missouri
Goaltender: Shane Owen, Missouri

2013-2014 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward: Alex Lavoie, Allen
Forward: Adam Pleskach, Tulsa
Forward: Vincent Arseneau, Denver
Defenseman: Lee Moffie, Denver
Defenseman: Henrik Odegaard, Missouri
Goaltender: Ty Rimmer, Quad City



2012-2013  (CHL)
Ray Miron Presidents' Cup (Playoff Champions) - Allen Americans
Bud Poile Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Allen Americans
Most Valuable Player - Sebastien Thinel, Missouri
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Aaron Dell, Allen
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Kevin Young, Wichita
Rookie of the Year - Mike Hellyer, Quad City
Coach of the Year - Dan Wildfong, Fort Worth
Man of the Year - Travis Wight, Wichita
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Sebastien Thinel, Missouri
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Brian McMillin, Allen
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Vince Fedorowich, Arizona
Equipment Manager of the Year– Romeo Vivit, Rapid City

2012-2013 All-CHL Team:
Forward: A.J. Gale, Denver
Forward: Sebastien Thinel, Missouri
Forward: Mickey Lang, Quad City
Defenseman: Tyler Ludwig, Allen
Defenseman: Kevin Young, Wichita
Goaltender: Aaron Dell, Allen

2012-2013 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward: Mike Hellyer, Quad City
Forward: Greger Hanson, Wichita
Forward: Sy Nutkevitch, Fort Worth
Defenseman: Dan Spivak, Fort Worth
Defenseman: Matt McCready, Arizona
Goaltender: Aaron Dell, Allen



2011-2012  (CHL)
Ray Miron Presidents' Cup (Playoff Champions) - Fort Wayne Komets
Bud Poile Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Wichita Thunder
Most Valuable Player - Brandon Marino, Quad City
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Mark Guggenberger, Texas
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Riley Weselowski, Rapid City
Rookie of the Year - Mark Guggenberger, Texas
Coach of the Year - Kevin McClelland, Wichita
Man of the Year - Riley Weselowski, Rapid City
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Todd Robinson, Evansville
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Mike Vaskivuo, Fort Wayne
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (Arizona) - Kevin Petovello, Arizona
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (CHL All-Stars) - Brandon Marino, Quad City
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Bryan Rogers, Dayton
Equipment Manager of the Year– Romeo Vivit, Rapid City

2011-2012 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Shawn Limpright, Rapid City
Forward: Brandon Marino, Quad City
Forward: Todd Robinson, Evansville
Defenseman: Frankie DeAngelis, Fort Wayne
Defenseman: Riley Weselowski, Rapid City
Goaltender: Mark Guggenberger, Texas

2011-2012 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward: Jared Brown, Quad City
Forward: Andrew Courtney, Missouri
Forward: Mike Ullrich, Tulsa
Defenseman: Dylan King, Allen
Defenseman: Jeff Terminesi, Tulsa
Goaltender: Mark Guggenberger, Texas



2010-2011  (CHL)
Ray Miron Presidents' Cup (Playoff Champions) - Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
Bud Poile Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Allen Americans
Most Valuable Player - Riley Nelson, Colorado
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Robby Nolan, Missouri
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Andrew Martens, Wichita
Rookie of the Year - Aaron Lewicki, Rio Grande Valley
Coach of the Year - Jason Christie, Bloomington
Man of the Year - Simon Watson, Missouri
Rick Kozuback Award - Jeff Christian, Evansville
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Sebastien Thinel, Odessa
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jeff Kyrzakos, Bossier-Shreveport
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (Rapid City) - Ryan Menei, Rapid City
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (CHL All-Stars) - Jason Dale, Bloomington
Athletic Trainer of the Year – George Bullock Jr., Bossier-Shreveport
Equipment Manager of the Year– Romeo Vivit, Rapid City

2010-2011 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Sebastien Thinel, Odessa
Forward: Riley Nelson, Colorado
Forward: Chad Woollard, Texas
Defenseman: Darcy Campbell, Rio Grande Valley
Defenseman: Andrew Martens, Wichita
Goaltender : Robby Nolan, Missouri

2010-2011 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Aaron Lewicki, Rio Grande Valley
Forward - Adam Chorneyko, Colorado
Forward - Gary Steffes, Tulsa
Defenseman - David Strathman, Allen
Defenseman - Alan Mazur, Bloomington
Goaltender - Wayne Savage, Texas



2009-2010  (CHL)
Ray Miron Presidents' Cup (Playoff Champions) - Rapid City Rush
Bud Poile Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Odessa Jackalopes
Most Valuable Player - Kevin Ulanski, Colorado
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Joel Martin, Odessa
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Aaron Schneekloth, Colorado
Rookie of the Year - Danny Battochio, Rapid City
Coach of the Year - Joe Ferras, Rapid City
Man of the Year - Justin Quenneville, Corpus Christi
Rick Kozuback Award - Jason Duda, Wichita Thunder
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Kevin Ulanski, Colorado
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Les Reaney, Rapid City
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South Texas) - Sean Muncy, Rio Grande Valley
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (CHL All-Stars) - Joel Martin, Odessa
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Stuart Nichols, Tulsa
Equipment Manager of the Year– Tony Deynzer, Colorado

2009-2010 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Kevin Ulanski, Colorado
Forward: Riley Nelson, Colorado
Forward: Les Reaney, Rapid City
Defenseman: Derek Eastman, Tulsa
Defenseman: Aaron Schneekloth, Colorado
Goaltender : Joel Martin, Odessa

2009-2010 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Sean Muncy, Rio Grande Valley
Forward - Nick Sirota, Missouri 
Forward - Ryan Garbutt, Corpus Christi
Defenseman - Sean Erickson, Tulsa
Defenseman - Jake Obermeyer, Amarillo
Goaltender - Danny Battochio, Rapid City


2008-2009

Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Texas Brahmas
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Colorado Eagles
Most Valuable Player - Sebastien, Thinel, Odessa Jackalopes
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Kevin Beech, Mississippi
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Aaron Schneekloth, Colorado
Rookie of the Year - Darryl Smith, Laredo
Coach of the Year - Kevin Kaminski, Mississippi
Man of the Year - Austin Sutter, Amarillo
Rick Kozuback Award - Jeff Lund, Tulsa
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Sebastien Thinel, Odessa
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jason Deitsch, Texas
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (Eagles) - Konrad Reeder, Colorado
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (CHL All-Stars) - Darryl Smith, Laredo
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Osama Kassab, Rocky Mountain 
Equipment Manager of the Year– Shawn Smith, Rapid City
2008-2009 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Kevin Ulanski, Colorado
Forward: Riley Nelson, Colorado
Forward: Sebastien Thinel, Odessa
Defenseman: Dale Lupul, Bossier-Shreveport
Defenseman: Aaron Schneekloth, Colorado
Goaltender : Kevin Beech, Mississippi
2008-2009 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Jeff Pierce, Odessa
Forward - Adam Perry, Arizona  
Forward - Darryl Smith, Laredo
Defenseman - Nicolas Dumoulin, Rio Grande Valley
Defenseman - Dane Marshall, Mississippi
Goaltender - Juha Toivonen, Odessa

2007-2008
Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Arizona Sundogs
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Bossier-Shreveport
Most Valuable Player - Jeff Bes, Laredo
Most Outstanding Goaltender - John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Vladimir Hartinger, New Mexico
Rookie of the Year - David Nimmo, Amarillo
Coach of the Year - Scott Muscutt, Bossier-Shreveport
Man of the Year - Stacey Bauman, Oklahoma City 
Rick Kozuback Award - Chris Stewart, Colorado
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Alex Leavitt, Arizona
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Rob McVicar, Arizona
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (North) - Brent Cullaton, Rocky Mountain
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South) - Alex Leavitt, Arizona
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Wade Sundbye, Oklahoma City 
Equipment Manager of the Year– Patrick Stevens, Rocky Mountain
2007-2008 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Jeff Bes, Laredo
Forward: Alex Leavitt, Arizona
Forward: Brent Cullaton, Rocky Mountain
Defenseman: Vladimir Hartinger, New Mexico  
Defenseman: Aaron Schneekloth, Colorado
Goaltender : John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport
2007-2008 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Tyler Skworchinski, Texas
Forward - Mark Kolanos, Arizona  
Forward - David Nimmo, Amarillo 
Defenseman - Shaun Arvai, Amarillo 
Defenseman - David Schlemko, Arizona 
Goaltender - Alexandre Vincent, Odessa

2006-2007

Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Colorado Eagles
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Bossier-Shreveport
Most Valuable Player - Jeff Christian, Youngstown
Most Outstanding Goaltender - John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Brad Williamson, Colorado
Rookie of the Year - Cam Abbott, Bossier-Shreveport
Coach of the Year - Kevin McClelland, Memphis
Man of the Year - Riley Nelson, Colorado
Rick Kozuback Award - Marco Pietroniro, Arizona
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Jeff Christian, Youngstown
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Greg Pankewicz, Colorado
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (North) - Matt Medley, Tulsa
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South) - Brent Zelenewich, Corpus Christi
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Mike Ermatinger, Youngstown
Equipment Manager of the Year– Brandon Rose, Oklahoma City
2006-2007 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Jeff Christian, Youngstown
Forward: Brent Kelly, Arizona
Forward: Chris Richards, Youngstown
Defenseman: Derek Landmesser, Memphis
Defenseman: Brad Williamson, Colorado
Goaltender : John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport
2006-2007 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Cam Abbott, Bossier-Shreveport
Forward - Bobby Chaumont, Laredo
Forward - Ryan McLeod, New Mexico
Defenseman - Alex Dunn, Odessa
Defenseman - Craig Strain, Colorado
Goaltender - John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport

2005-2006
Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Laredo
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Colorado
Most Valuable Player - Derek Hahn, Amarillo
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Ken Carroll, Bossier-Shreveport
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Serge Dube, Laredo
Rookie of the Year - Jim Dahl, Tulsa
Coach of the Year - Terry Ruskowski, Laredo
Man of the Year - Paul Fioroni, Lubbock
Rick Kozuback Award - Glenn Hart, Laredo
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Derek Hahn, Amarillo
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jeff Bes, Laredo
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (North) - Joe Blaznek, Wichita
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South) - Jeff Bes, Laredo
Athletic Trainer of the Year – Bobby Moore, Laredo
Equipment Manager of the Year - Steve Enlow, Tulsa
2005-2006 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Jeff Christian, Youngstown
Forward: Derek Hahn, Amarillo
Forward: Greg Pankewicz, Colorado
Defenseman: Serge Dube, Laredo
Defenseman: Derek Landmesser, Memphis
Goaltender : Ken Carroll, Bossier-Shreveport
2005-2006 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Jim Dahl, Tulsa
Forward - Dominic Leveille, Odessa
Forward - Michael Tucciarone, Austin
Defenseman - Dale Lupul, Bossier-Shreveport
Defenseman - Adam Rivet, Laredo
Goaltender - Dov Grumet-Morris, Laredo

2004-2005
Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Colorado
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Colorado
Most Valuable Player - Greg Pankewicz, Colorado
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Tyler Weiman, Colorado
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Paul Esdale, Wichita
Rookie of the Year - Tyler Weiman, Colorado
Coach of the Year - Chris Dashney, Lubbock
Man of the Year - Paul Fioroni, Lubbock
Rick Kozuback Award - Don McKee, Odessa
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Jason Duda, Wichita
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Chris Hartsburg, Colorado
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (North) - Greg Pankewicz, Colorado
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South) - Jason Baird, Corpus Christi
2004-2005 All-CHL Team:
Forward: Travis Clayton, Wichita
Forward: Greg Pankewicz, Colorado
Forward: Don Parsons, Memphis
Defenseman: Paul Esdale, Wichita
Defenseman: Derek Landmesser, Memphis
Goaltender : Tyler Weiman, Colorado
2004-2005 CHL All-Rookie Team:
Forward - Phil Aucoin, Memphis
Forward - Mike Lukajic, Topeka
Forward - Kevin Marsh, Colorado
Defenseman - Jarad Bourassa, Oklahoma City
Defenseman - Derick Martin, Lubbock
Goaltender - Tyler Weiman, Colorado

2003/2004
Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Laredo
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Laredo
Most Valuable Player - Jeff Bes, Laredo
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Scott Reid, San Angelo
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Bernie John, Indianapolis
Rookie of the Year - David Guerrera, Laredo
Coach of the Year - Ray Edwards, San Angelo
Man of the Year - Don Parsons, Memphis
Rick Kozuback Award - Joe Ferras, Amarillo
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Jeff Bes, Laredo
Playoff Most Valuable Player - David Guerrera, Laredo
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Jason Baird, Indianapolis

2002/2003
Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Memphis
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Austin
Most Valuable Player - Don Parsons, Memphis
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Matt Barnes, Austin
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Michel Periard, Laredo
Rookie of the Year - Derek Hahn, Amarillo
Coach of the Year - Ken McRae, Indianapolis
Man of the Year - Anthony Donskov, Lubbock
Rick Kozuback Award - James Cook, San Angelo
Scoring Champion - Don Parsons, Memphis
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Kahlil Thomas, Memphis
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Chris Grenville, Laredo

2001/2002
Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Memphis
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Odessa
Most Valuable Player - Don Parsons, Memphis
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Mike Gorman, Odessa
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Daniel Tetrault, Austin
Rookie of the Year - Sebastien Centomo, Memphis
Coach of the Year - Don McKee, Odessa
Man of the Year - Scott Hillman, Odessa
Rick Kozuback Award - Gatis Tseplis, New Mexico
Scoring Champion - Dan Price, Austin
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Don Parsons, Memphis
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Kory Cooper, Fort Worth Brahmas

2000/2001
Central Hockey League
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Oklahoma City
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Oklahoma City
Coach of the Year - Paul Kelly, Topeka
Most Valuable Player - Joe Burton, Oklahoma City
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Rod Branch, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Brant Nicklin, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Derek Landmesser, Memphis
Rookie of the Year - Derek Reynolds, Huntsville
Scoring Champion - Yvan Corbin, Indianapolis
Community Service Award - Andy Powers, Columbus

Western Professional Hockey League
President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Bossier-Shreveport
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Tupelo
Coach of the Year - Don McKee, Odessa
Most Valuable Player - Jason Firth, Tupelo
Man of the Year - Travis Van Tighem, New Mexico
Scoring Champion - Jason Firth, Tupelo
Rookie of the Year - Ken Carroll, Bossier-Shreveport
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Ken Carroll, Bossier-Shreveport
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Mark DeSantis, New Mexico
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jason Campbell, Bossier-Shreveport
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Kyle Reeves, Lubbock
Rick Kozuback Award - Trent Eigner, El Paso

1999/2000
Central Hockey League
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Indianapolis
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Fayetteville
Coach of the Year - David Lohrei, Fayetteville
Most Valuable Player - Chris MacKenzie & Yvan Corbin, Indianapolis
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jamie Morris, Indianapolis
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Frankie Ouellette, Columbus
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Brett Colborne, Fayetteville
Rookie of the Year - James Patterson, Huntsville
Scoring Champion - Chris MacKenzie, Indianapolis
Community Service Award - Jerome Bechard, Columbus

Western Professional Hockey League
President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Shreveport
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Central Texas
Coach of the Year - Brian Curran, Monroe
Most Valuable Player - Ron Newhook, Central Texas
Man of the Year - Brad Haelzle, Amarillo & Scott Muscutt, Shreveport
Scoring Champion - Geoff Bumstead, Corpus Christi
Rookie of the Year - Dan Price, Austin
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Matt Barnes, Central Texas
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Arturs Kupaks, Lubbock
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Hugo Hamelin, Shreveport
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Dorian Anneck, Monroe

1998/1999
Central Hockey League
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Huntsville
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Oklahoma City
Coach of the Year - Chris Stewart, Huntsville
Most Valuable Player - Derek Puppa, Huntsville
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Derek Puppa, Huntsville
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Jean-Ian Filiatrault, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Igor Bondarev, Hunstville
Rookie of the Year - Johnny Brdarovic, San Antonio
Scoring Champion - Derek Grant, Memphis
Community Service Award - Mike Berger, Tulsa

Western Professional Hockey League
President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Shreveport
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Shreveport
Coach of the Year - Todd Lalonde, Waco
Most Valuable Player - Chris Robertson, Corpus Christi
Man of the Year - Graeme Townshend, Lake Charles
Scoring Champion - Carl Boudreau, San Angelo
Rookie of the Year - Kory Cooper, Waco
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Kory Cooper, Waco
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Eric Brule, Abilene
Playoff Most Valuable Player - John Vecchiarelli, Shreveport
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Billy Trew, El Paso

1997/1998
Central Hockey League
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Columbus
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Columbus
Coach of the Year - David Lohrei, Nashville
Most Valuable Player - Joe Burton, Oklahoma City
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Mike Martens, Columbus
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Brian Elder, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Hardy Sauter, Oklahoma City
Rookie of the Year - David Beauregard, Wichita
Scoring Champion - Luc Beausoleil, Tulsa
Community Service Award - Rod Branch, Tulsa

Western Professional Hockey League
President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - El Paso
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Fort Worth Brahmas
Coach of the Year - Bill McDonald, Fort Worth Brahmas
Most Valuable Player - Jamie Thompson, El Paso
Man of the Year - Jamie Thompson, El Paso
Scoring Champion - Carl Boudreau, San Angelo
Rookie of the Year - Sami Laine, Odessa
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Kevin St. Pierre, Shreveport
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Eric Ricard, New Mexico
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Billy Trew, El Paso
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Sylvain Naud, New Mexico

1996/1997
Central Hockey League
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Fort Worth Fire
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Oklahoma City
Coach of the Year - Bill McDonald, Fort Worth Fire
Most Valuable Player - Trevor Jobe, Columbus
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Steve Plouffe, Fort Worth Fire
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Jean-Ian Filiatrault, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Hardy Sauter, Oklahoma City
Rookie of the Year - Cory Dosdall, Wichita
Scoring Champion - Trevor Jobe, Columbus

Western Professional Hockey League
President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - El Paso
Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - New Mexico
Coach of the Year - Todd Brost, El Paso
Most Valuable Player - Chris Brooks, Amarillo
Scoring Champion - Chris Brooks, Amarillo
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Daniel Berthiaume, Central Texas
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Jody Praznik, New Mexico
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Chris MacKenzie, El Paso
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player - Doug Smith, Central Texas

1995/1996
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Oklahoma City
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Oklahoma City
Coach of the Year - Doug Sauter, Oklahoma City
Most Valuable Player - Brian Shantz, San Antonio
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Jean-Ian Filiatrault, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Jean-Ian Filiatrault, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Dan Brown, Memphis
Rookie of the Year - Derek Grant, Memphis
Scoring Champion - Brian Shantz, San Antonio

1994/1995
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Wichita
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Wichita
Coach of the Year - John Torchetti, San Antonio
Most Valuable Player - Paul Jackson, San Antonio
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Ron Handy, Wichita
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Alan Perry, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Eric Ricard, Fort Worth Fire
Rookie of the Year - Michael St. Jacques, Oklahoma City
Scoring Champion - Brian Shantz, San Antonio

1993/1994
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Wichita
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Wichita
Coach of the Year - Doug Shedden, Wichita
Most Valuable Player - Robert Desjardins, Wichita
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Ron Handy, Wichita
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Alan Perry, Oklahoma City
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Guy Girouard, Oklahoma City
Rookie of the Year - Chad Seibel, Memphis
Scoring Champion - Paul Jackson, Wichita

1992/1993
Ray Miron Cup (Playoff Champions) - Tulsa
Adams Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Oklahoma City
Coach of the Year - Garry Unger, Tulsa
Most Valuable Player - Sylvain Fleury, Oklahoma City
Playoff Most Valuable Player - Tony Fiore, Tulsa
Most Outstanding Goaltender - Tony Martino, Tulsa
Most Outstanding Defenseman - Dave Doucette, Dallas
Rookie of the Year - Robert Desjardins, Wichita
Scoring Champion - Sylvain Fleury, Oklahoma City