Hugh Spot Lloyd Memorial Trophy

First Awarded: 1949

Competition: IHV Premier A

Given For: Highest Goal Scorer in the regular season for the Ice Hockey Victoria Premier A league

Hugh Spot Lloyd Memorial Trophy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hugh Spot Lloyd Memorial Trophy is a perpetual trophy awarded to the Highest Goal Scorer in the regular season for the Premier A level winter season competition for Ice Hockey Victoria.

History

 

Traditions and History

For the 2018 IHV Winter season, the Hugh Spot Lloyd Memorial Trophy was refurbished, with an additional wooden base added to the existing trophy.

Hugh “Spot” Lloyd

Hugh LloydHugh Lloyd was a Canadian hockey player who played for the Glaciarium Rangers as well as represented Victoria for the Inter-state series.

Winners

  • 1949 – Keith Jose (Monarchs)
  • 1950 – Russell Jones (Demons)
  • 1951 – Noel Derrick (Blackhawks)
  • 1952 – Noel Derrick (Blackhawks)
  • 1953 – Noel Derrick (Blackhawks)/ Keith Jose (Blackhawks)
  • 1954 – Dave Cunningham (Blackhawks)
  • 1955 – Dave Cunningham (Blackhawks)
  • 1956 – Keith Jose (Blackhawks)
  • 1957 – W. “Bud” McEachern (Monarchs)
  • 1958 – Dave Cunningham (Blackhawks)
  • 1959 – Keith Jose (Blackhawks)
  • 1960 – Keith Jose (Blackhawks)
  • 1961 – Clive Hitch (Blackhawks)
  • 1962 – Clive Hitch (Blackhawks)
  • 1963 – Noel Derrick (Blackhawks)
  • 1964 – Dave Cunningham (Blackhawks)
  • 1965 – Henry Zabloski (Monarchs)
  • 1966 – John Thomas (Hakoah)
  • 1967 – John Thomas (Hakoah)
  • 1968 – Ray Gerwing (Monarchs)
  • 1969 – Rod Joslin (Monarchs)
  • 1970 – James Christie (Demons) / Roman Suran (Hakoah) / Barry Robinson (Monarchs)
  • 1971 – Robert Stevenson (Tigers)
  • 1972 – Robert Stevenson (Tigers)
  • 1973 – Grove Bennett (Hakoah)
  • 1974 – Grove Bennett (Hakoah)
  • 1975 – Grove Bennett (Hakoah)
  • 1976 – Malcolm Heath (Rangers)
  • 1977 – Grove Bennett (Pirates)
  • 1978 – Robert Stevenson (Pirates)
  • 1979 – Grove Bennett (Pirates)
  • 1980 – Grove Bennett (Pirates)
  • 1981 – Grove Bennett (Footscray)
  • 1982 – Gordie Curphy (Rangers)
  • 1983 – Gordie Curphy (Rangers)
  • 1984 – Daid Fehily (Monarch-Saints)
  • 1985 – Vincent Taylor (Pirates)
  • 1986 – Kevin Dolighan (Blackhawks)
  • 1987 – Alexander “Sandy” Gardiner (Monarch-Saints)
  • 1988 – Alexander “Sandy” Gardiner (Monarch-Saints)
  • 1989 – Alexander “Sandy” Gardiner (Monarch-Saints)
  • 1990 – Jamie Rintel (Hakoah)
  • 1991 – Alexander “Sandy” Gardiner (Monarch-Saints)
  • 1992 – Alexander “Sandy” Gardiner (Monarch-Saints)
  • 1993 – Glen Lynch (Blackhawks)/ Paul McCorquodale (Saints)
  • 1994 – Paul McCorquodale (Saints)
  • 1995 – Karl Bryan (Demons)
  • 1996 – Brian Vellacott (Blackhawks)
  • 1997 – Mike Lund (Demons)
  • 1998 – Daniel Gunn (Demons)
  • 1999 – Stuart Higgins (Demons)
  • 2000 – Dereck Puttick (Blackhawks)
  • 2001 – Ross Howell (Demons)
  • 2002 – Michael Artemenko (Melbourne Jets)
  • 2003 – Douglas Stevenson (Blackhawks)
  • 2004 – Brad Vigon (Sharks)
  • 2005 – Ryan Lang (Bendigo Raiders)
  • 2006 – Sean Jones (Saints)
  • 2007 – Thomas Powell (Blackhawks)
  • 2008 – Andrew Belic (Braves)
  • 2009 – Matt Burns (Blackhawks)
  • 2010 – Shane Hardy (Braves) / Sean Jones (Tigers MKII*)
  • 2011 – Thomas Powell (Blackhawks)
  • 2012 – Brendan McDowell (Braves)
  • 2013 – Adrian Nash (Braves)
  • 2014 – Matt Stringer (Braves)
  • 2015 – Matt Stringer (Braves)
  • 2016 – Jukka Kanto (Jets)
  • 2017 – Paul Lazarotto (Blackhawks)
  • 2018 – Adrian Nash (Braves)

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