|Awarded for||Senior hockey champions of Newfoundland and Labrador|
|First award||1935 (Corner Brook)|
|Most recent||2022 (Southern Shore Breakers)|
The Herder Memorial Trophy, or Herder, is the championship trophy awarded annually to the senior ice hockey champions of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The cast silver trophy was originally donated in 1935 by the Herder family, then owners of The Evening Telegram newspaper, as a memorial to five brothers who played hockey in St. John's. The Herder was first awarded to the Corner Brook team that won the inaugural all-Newfoundland hockey championship on March 22, 1935. The most recent winners of the Herder Memorial Trophy were the Southern Shore Breakers on April 23, 2022.
The Herder trophy was the brainchild of Ralph Herder, then president of The Evening Telegram, as a memorial to his five late brothers, Arthur, William, Douglas, Augustus and Hubert, who were all avid hockey players in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. The trophy was donated in 1935 by The Evening Telegram newspaper to be awarded annually to Newfoundland's best ice hockey team. The Evening Telegram was published by a member of the Herder family since the founding of the paper in 1879 up until the retirement of Stephen Herder in 1993. The Telegram has played an integral role in the promotion and sponsorship of the Herder, which continues to this day.
Originally donated by Ralph Herder in memory of five of his late brothers, the trophy now honors the memory of seven brothers, including Ralph and his youngest brother James. In 2009, the name of Ralph's son Stephen was added to the trophy. All seven Herder brothers were fine hockey players and often played together, with four of them sometimes playing together on a championship team. James Herder coached the 1935 Guards team that lost the inaugural Herder championship to Corner Brook in March 1935.
The St. John's Guards had earned the right to compete for the inaugural Herder Memorial Trophy in 1935 by first defeating St. Bon's in a 2-game series to become St. John's city champions, and later toppling the Bay Roberts Rovers in a 2-game, total goal series to become the Avalon Peninsula champions. The championship match-up was then set - the Guards of St. John's would play host to the Corner Brook All-Star Team. Fans in St. John's eagerly awaited the arrival of the Corner Brook Royals; tickets to the 2 games were sold out quickly. The Royals edged the Guards 1-0 in Game 1, and were victorious in Game 2 by a 4-2 margin to become the island's top team, and Herder Trophy Champions.
Today, fan interest and competition is as keen as it was in the glory days of senior hockey. The Herder Memorial Trophy will live forever in the minds and hearts of the people of Newfoundland.
William James Herder (1849-1922), born in Old Perlican, was the founder of Newfoundland's first daily newspaper, The Evening Telegram. Ralph, one of William's seven sons, became publisher of the Telegram after the death of Augustus (Gus), who was the fifth brother to pass away. Ralph donated the Herder Trophy on behalf of the Herder Family as a memorial to his five late brothers (Douglas, Arthur, Hubert, Herbert Augustus (Gus) and William Jr.). Later the names of Ralph (d.1955), his youngest brother James (d.1970) and Ralph's son Stephen (d.1993) were added to the trophy.
The Herder is now a memorial to the following Herder family members:
1. Arthur, a lawyer, was a captain in the First World War. In 1917 he was fatally wounded in France and died at age 32.
2. Hubert, a lieutenant when he was killed at Beaumont Hamel July 1, 1916 at the age of 25.
3. William, vice-president of the Evening Telegram when he died in 1934.
4. Douglas, who died from typhoid in 1908.
5. Augustus, vice-president of the Evening Telegram when he died in 1934.
6. Ralph, also a lieutenant, was seriously wounded July 1, 1916. He survived the war. He became the publisher of the Evening Telegram after the deaths of his brothers in 1934, and was the driving force behind the creation of the Herder Memorial Trophy in memory of his five brothers who predeceased him. Ralph, the father of Rendell [Rex] and Stephen, died in 1955 at the age of 61.
7. James was the youngest of the seven brothers. He was vice president and general manager of The Evening Telegram when his brother Ralph died in 1955. Jim took over as publisher and piloted The Evening Telegram Ltd through a period of tremendous growth and prosperity during the late 1950s and through the 1960s. He died in 1970.
8. Stephen succeeded his uncle Jim and was the longtime publisher of The Telegram. An environmentalist long before his time, he was known for saving Rennies River, and a bridge over that river is dedicated to his efforts. Steve was a proud proponent of the Herder memorial Trophy. He and died in 1993, at the age of 65.
The Herder Trophy was donated in 1935. Over the years additional tiers were added to the original base, filled with shields bearing the names and years of championship teams.
St. Bon's star Edward "Key" Kennedy (1911-1955) was the model for the hockey player that stands atop the original trophy. It is well known that trophy-donor Ralph Herder took a photo of Kennedy, in playing pose, to New York, where he had a model made and then had the figure cast in silver.
The original trophy was retired by 2007 and is now displayed at the Newfoundland & Labrador Hockey Hall of Fame, located in the Corner Brook Civic Centre. A Herder replica was made to be awarded to the champions of the playoffs.
From 1935 though 1941 the All-Newfoundland finals were played at the former Prince's Rink in St. John's (renamed The Arena in 1937). The Herder championships were cancelled for 1942 and 1943 after the Arena was destroyed by fire on November 28, 1941, and due to depleted rosters of senior hockey teams with men serving overseas during the Second World War. After the Arena burned down in November 1941, St. John's did not have a suitable venue until the opening of Memorial Stadium in December 1954. In 1944, the Herder finals were held outside St. John's for the first time when Bell Island and Corner Brook played the all-Newfoundland final series at the Corner Brook rink. The NAHA was granted permission by Ralph Herder to hold the Herder finals outside the capital city for the first time. Since 1944 condition #2 has not been enforced and the Herder Finals location has been decided by NAHA and typically held in the arenas of the competing teams.
In recent years, the Herder finals series was held at Mile One Centre (and before it was built, at Memorial Stadium) in St. John's and frequently sold out the 6,000 seat building. Games were also held in the Pepsi Centre in the city of Corner Brook, on the west coast of the island, when teams from that area were playing for the cup.
Since 2013 the Herder finalists have the right to decide the location of their home games.
In 1957 the first exception to condition #4 occurred when the Grand Falls Andcos were awarded the Herder by default. No other senior "A" hockey teams registered for the Herder playoffs that year.
Engraved plates with the names of the winning teams have been affixed to the base of the Herder Trophy since the late 1940s. Beginning in 1952, additional layers have been added to the trophy base as required to accommodate successive Herder Champion nameplates.
Over the history of the championship series, NAHA has dictated a number of series formats that included the winners of divisional, local league or island-wide league playoffs.The original series featured the eastern champions versus western champions. This format continued until 1962 when an island-wide Newfoundland Senior Hockey league was formed. The champions of the provincial leaque were awarded the Herder trophy until 1989 when the league was disbanded.
On February 25, 2015, Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador approved a request by the Central West Senior Hockey League in which they asked to play for the historic Herder Trophy because it was the only operating Senior A hockey league registered in the province.
Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador announced on March 10, 2022 that they will be awarding the Herder Memorial Trophy to the winner of the Avalon East Senior Hockey League finals.
This is a list of Herder championship series formats since 1935.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1935||Two-team Herder final, two games total goals series||Eastern (winner of Avalon championship) vs. Western champions (winner of Corner Brook-Grand Falls intertown series)|
|1936 to 1939||Three-team single-round robin Herder final series, top two teams in a championship game||Eastern (City League) champions, Conception Bay League Champion, Western champions|
|1940||Two-team Herder final, two games total goals series||Western Champions vs. All-Avalon Champions|
|1941||Two-team Herder final, best-of-three series||Eastern (City League champions) vs. Conception Bay champions (Buchans were Western Champion but chose not to enter)|
|1942||Herder championships were cancelled due to the Second World War|
|1943||Herder championships were cancelled due to the Second World War|
|1944||Two-team Herder final, best-of-three series||Eastern (Avalon champions) vs. Western champions|
|1945||Two-team Herder final, two games total goals series||Eastern (City League champions) vs. Conception Bay champions (a Western champion did not enter)|
|1946||Two-team Herder final, two games total goals series||Eastern (Avalon champions) vs. Western champions|
|1947||Two-team Herder final, two games total goals series||Eastern (Avalon champions) vs. Western champions|
|1948 to 1952||Two-team Herder final, two games total goals series||Eastern (Avalon champions) vs. Western champions|
|1953 to 1954||Two-team Herder final, best-of-three series||Only Buchans and Grand Falls entered teams for Herder competition in 1953, 1954 and 1955|
|1955 to 1956||Three-team Herder playoff series, best-of-five final series||St. Bon's Bluegolds (City League champions) vs. Buchans in best-of-three semi-final, winner vs. Grand Falls in a best-of-five final series|
|1957||No competition for the Herder||NAHA awarded the trophy to the only team entered (Grand Falls)|
|1958||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||Only Corner Brook and Grand Falls entered teams for Herder competition in 1958|
|1959||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||Eastern champions (Avalon champions) vs. Western champions|
|1960 to 1962||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||East Division champions vs. West Division champions|
|1963 to 1970||Best-of-seven finals series||One provincial senior league with a regular season, top four teams in semi-finals, followed by the Herder finals|
|1971 to 1973||Best-of-seven finals series||One provincial senior league with a regular season, home-and-home round robin, Herder finals|
|1974||Best-of-seven finals series||One provincial senior league with a regular season, top four teams in semi-finals, followed by the Herder finals|
|1975||Best-of-seven finals series||Three-team provincial senior league with a 16-game regular season, 2nd & 3rd place teams in semi-final, winner played #1 in Herder final|
|1976||Best-of-seven finals series||Four-team provincial senior league with a 20-game regular season (12 games for St. John's), 3rd & 4th place teams in best-of-five Quarter-final, winner played 2nd place in semi-final, winner played 1st place in Herder final|
|1977 to 1978||Best-of-seven finals series||Eight-team provincial senior league with East and West Divisions, Winner of Eastern playoffs faced winner of Western playoffs in Herder final|
|1979 to 1989||Best-of-seven finals series||One provincial senior league with a regular season, top four teams in semi-finals, followed by the Herder finals|
|1990||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven finals series||Eastern champions (winner of St. John's Capitals vs. Avalon East league all-stars winner played the Central league champions in the semi-final). The winner played a final series vs. the Western Champion (winner of Corner Brook vs. Stephenville)|
|1991||No Herder competition|
|1992||Two-team Herder final, best-of-five series||Avalon East League champions vs. Central League champions|
|1993||Two-team Herder final (best-of-five series)||Eastern champions (winner of Avalon East vs. Conception Bay South Intermediate League Herder semi-final) vs. Central League champions|
|1994||Two-team Herder final (best-of-five series)||Eastern champions (winner of Avalon East vs. Avalon West Herder semi-final) vs. Central League champions|
|1995 to 96||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||Avalon East League champions vs. Avalon West League champions|
|1997||Two-team Herder final, best-of-five series||Eastern champion (winner of Avalon East vs. Avalon West best-of-seven Herder semi-final) vs. Central League champions|
|1998||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||Round robin semi-final between champions of Avalon East, Avalon West and the Central League. Top two teams got berth to final.|
|1999||Two-team Herder final, best-of-five series||Round robin semi-final between champions of Avalon East, Avalon West and the Central League. Top two teams got berth to final.|
|2000 to 2011|
|2012 to 2014||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||NLSHL championship final|
|2015||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||Central West Senior Hockey championship final|
|2016 to 2017||Two-team Herder final, best-of-five series||CWSHL champions vs. AESHL champions|
|2018||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||CWSHL champions vs. ECSHL champions |
|2019||Two-team Herder final, best-of-seven series||NSHL Central Division champions vs. Eastern Division champions |
|2020||No Herder competition|
|2021||No Herder competition|
|2022||The Herder will be awarded to the Avalon East Senior Hockey League Champions||
|Year||Winning team||Coach||Losing team||Coach||Result (series)||Series-winning goal|
|2022||Southern Shore Breakers||Clarenville Caribous||4-0|
|2019||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||Patrick Yetman||Southern Shore Breakers||4-1||Alex Dalley (8:43, OT)|
|2018||Clarenville Caribous||Rebecca Russell||St. John's Senior Caps||4-0|
|2017||Harbour Grace CeeBee Stars||Clarenville Caribous||Rebecca Russell||4-1||Kenny King (3rd)|
|2016||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||Tom Coolen||St. John's Capitals||3-0|
Note: TG = Two games total goals series
|Year||Winning team||Series result in games or TG||Runner-up||Location||Final Game Date||Trophy Presentation|
|1935||Corner Brook||5-2 (TG)||St. John's Guards||The Prince's Rink (St. John's)||22-Mar-1935|
|1936||St. Bon's Bluegolds||5-2 (TG)||Corner Brook||The Prince's Rink (St. John's)|
|1937||St. Bon's Bluegolds||4-1 (TG)||Buchans||The Arena (formerly the Prince's Rink, St. John's)||03-Mar-1937|
|1938||St. Bon's Bluegolds||9-1 (TG)||Grand Falls Papertowners||The Arena (St. John's)|
|1939||St. Bon's Bluegolds||2-0 (TG)||Bell Island Islanders||The Arena (St. John's)|
|1940||St. Bon's Bluegolds||17-7 (TG)||Buchans||The Arena (St. John's)|
|1941||Bell Island Islanders||2-1||Royals (St. John's League champions)||The Arena (St. John's)||31-Mar-1941||Ralph Herder Presented the Herder|
|1942||Not held due to WWII|
|1943||Not held due to WWII|
|1944||Bell Island Islanders||16-5 (TG)||Corner Brook||Corner Brook Rink||22-Mar-44|
|1945||St. Bon's Bluegolds||13-4 (TG)||Bell Island Islanders|
|1946||St. Bon's Bluegolds||35-3 (TG)||Grand Falls All-Stars||St. Bon's Forum (St. John's)|
|1947||St. Bon's Bluegolds||12-8 (TG)||Grand Falls All-Stars||Gander Gardens (at the airport)|
|1948||St. Bon's Bluegolds||6-3 (TG)||Buchans||Grand Falls Stadium||10-Mar-1948||Ralph B. Herder to Cyril Power, Captain|
|1949||St. Bon's Bluegolds||21-6 (TG)||Corner Brook||Corner Brook Rink||10-Mar-1949||James M. Herder to Cyril Power, Captain|
|1950||Buchans Miners||17-5 (TG)||St. Bon's Bluegolds||Grand Falls Stadium|
|1951||Buchans Miners||12-6 (TG)||St. Bon's Bluegolds||Grand Falls Stadium|
|1952||Buchans Miners||12-3 (TG)||St. Bon's Bluegolds||Grand Falls Stadium|
|1953||Grand Falls All-Stars||2-0||Buchans Miners||Grand Falls Stadium||13-Mar-1953||Ralph B. Herder to Dave Green, Captain|
|1954||Buchans Miners||2-1||Grand Falls All-Stars||Grand Falls Stadium|
|1955||Grand Falls All-Stars||3-1||Buchans Miners||Grand Falls Stadium|
|1956||Grand Falls Andcos||3-0||Buchans Miners||Grand Falls Stadium||15-Mar-1956||James Herder to Jack MacKenzie, Captain|
|1957||Grand Falls Andcos||n/a||(no teams entered 'A' competition)||n/a (Grand Falls were declared champions by NAHA)||n/a||n/a|
|1958||Grand Falls Andcos||4-1||Corner Brook Royals||Grand Falls Stadium & Humber Gardens (Corner Brook)||12-Apr-1958|
|1959||Grand Falls Andcos||4-1||Conception Bay Cee Bees||Harbour Grace Stadium & Grand Falls Stadium||27-Apr-1959||Hubert Herder to Bucky Hannaford, Captain|
|1960||Conception Bay Cee Bees||4-2||Grand Falls Andcos||Grand Falls Stadium & Harbour Grace Stadium||16-Apr-1960|
|1961||Conception Bay Cee Bees||4-0||Gander Flyers||Harbour Grace Stadium & Gander Gardens|
|1962||Corner Brook Royals||4-1||Conception Bay Cee Bees||Humber Gardens & Harbour Grace Stadium|
|1963||Buchans Miners||4-2||Corner Brook Royals||Humber Gardens & Buchans Stadium|
|1964||Corner Brook Royals||4-2||Buchans Miners||Humber Gardens & Buchans Stadium|
|1965||Conception Bay Cee Bees||Corner Brook Royals|
|1966||Corner Brook Royals||Conception Bay Cee Bees|
|1967||Conception Bay Cee Bees||Gander Flyers|
|1968||Corner Brook Royals||Buchans Miners|
|1969||Gander Flyers||4-0||Buchans Miners||Gander Gardens & Buchans Stadium|
|1970||St. John's Capitals||4-3||Gander Flyers||Gander Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1971||Grand Falls Cataracts||4-3||St. John's Capitals||Grand Falls Stadium & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1972||Grand Falls Cataracts||4-0||St. John's Capitals||Grand Falls Stadium & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1973||St. John's Capitals||4-0||Grand Falls Cataracts||Grand Falls Stadium & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1974||St. John's Capitals||4-1||Grand Falls Cataracts||Grand Falls Stadium & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1975||St. John's Capitals||4-0||Corner Brook Royals||Humber Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1976||St. John's Capitals||4-0||Grand Falls Cataracts||Grand Falls Stadium & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1977||Corner Brook Royals||4-2||St. John's Blue Caps||Humber Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1978||St. John's Blue Caps||4-3||Gander Flyers||Gander Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1979||St. John's Mike's Shamrocks||4-3||Gander Flyers||Gander Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1980||Gander Flyers||4-1||St. John's Blue Caps||Gander Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's|
|1981||Grand Falls Cataracts||4-2||Corner Brook Royals||Humber Gardens, Corner Brook & Grand Falls Stadium||11-Apr-1981||Steve Herder to Roger Elliott, Captain|
|1982||Grand Falls Cataracts||4-2||Gander Flyers||Grand Falls Stadium & Gander Gardens||29-Mar-1982||Dan Herder to Gene Faulkner, Captain|
|1983||Stephenville Jets||4-3||Grand Falls Cataracts||Stephenville Gardens & Grand Falls Stadium||03-Apr-1983||Fred Jackson (sports editor, Evening Telegram) to Cal Dunville, captain|
|1984||Stephenville Jets||4-1||Corner Brook Royals||Stephenville Gardens & Humber Gardens, Corner Brook|
|1985||Corner Brook Royals||4-2||Stephenville Jets||Stephenville Gardens & Humber Gardens, Corner Brook||30-Mar-1985||Steve Herder to Terry Gillam, Royals Captain|
|1986||Corner Brook Royals||4-2||Stephenville Jets||Stephenville Gardens & Humber Gardens, Corner Brook
|1987||St. John's Capitals||4-2||Stephenville Jets||Stephenville Gardens & Memorial Stadium, St. John's||24-Mar-1987|
|1988||Corner Brook Royals||4-1||St. John's Capitals||Memorial Stadium, St. John's & Humber Gardens, Corner Brook|
|1989||Port aux Basques Mariners||4-2||St. John's Capitals||3-Apr-1989|
|1990||St. John's Capitals||4-0||Corner Brook Royals|
|1991||Herder championship was not played||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|1992||Badger Bombers||3-1||Flatrock Flyers||Badger Stadium|
|1993||Flatrock Flyers||3-2||Gander Flyers||Gander Gardens|
|1994||La Scie Jets||3-2||Southern Shore Breakers||Cape St. John Arena, La Scie & Southern Shore Arena|
|1995||Southern Shore Breakers||4-0||Flatrock Flyers|
|1996||Southern Shore Breakers||4-3||Flatrock Flyers||Southern Shore Arena & Fieldian Gardens, St. John's|
|1997||Flatrock Flyers||3-0||Badger Bombers||Badger Stadium|
|1998||Flatrock Flyers||4-3||Southern Shore Breakers||Southern Shore Arena & Fieldian Gardens, St. John's|
|1999||Southern Shore Breakers||2-1||Badger Bombers||Southern Shore Arena|
|2000||Southern Shore Breakers||4-0||Torbay West Side Charlies|
|2001||Deer Lake Red Wings||3-2||Flatrock Flyers|
|2002||Corner Brook Royals||3-2||Flatrock Flyers|
|2003||Flatrock Flyers||3-0||Corner Brook Royals|
|2004||Southern Shore Breakers||3-1||Corner Brook Royals|
|2005||Deer Lake Red Wings||4-3||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars|
|2006||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars||4-2||Deer Lake Red Wings|
|2007||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars||4-2||Deer Lake Red Wings||Mile One Centre, (St. John's) & Pepsi Centre (Corner Brook)||21-Apr-2007||to Chris Bartlett, Captain|
|2008||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars||4-2||Deer Lake Red Wings|
|2009||Clarenville Caribous||4-1||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars||Mile One Centre, (St. John's)|
|2010||Clarenville Caribous||4-1||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars|
|2011||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||4-0||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars|
|2012||Clarenville Caribous||4-1||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||Mile One Centre, (St. John's) & Pepsi Centre (Corner Brook)|
|2013||Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars||4-0||Clarenville Caribous||Clarenville Events Centre & S.W.Moores Memorial Stadium (Harbour Grace)|
|2014||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||4-2||Clarenville Caribous||Clarenville Events Centre & Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium (Grand Falls-Windsor)|
|2015||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||4-0||Corner Brook Royals||Corner Brook Civic Centre & Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium (Grand Falls-Windsor)|
|2016||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||3-0||St. John's Capitals||Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium (Grand Falls-Windsor) & Jack Byrne Memorial Arena (Torbay)|
|2017||Harbour Grace CeeBee Stars||3-2||Clarenville Caribous||Danny Cleary Community Centre (Harbour Grace) & Eastlink Events Centre (Clarenville)||4-Apr-2017|
|2018||Clarenville Caribous||4-0||St. John's Senior Caps||Eastlink Events Centre (Clarenville) & Jack Byrne Memorial Arena (Torbay)||14-Apr-2018||Nick Herder & Dan Herder to Dustin Russell, Captain|
|2019||Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts||4-1||Southern Shore Breakers||Jack Byrne Memorial Arena (Torbay) & Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium (Grand Falls-Windsor)||14-Apr-2019||Gary Gale (Hockey NL) to Michael Brent, Captain|
|2020||Herder championship was not played||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|2021||Herder championship was not played||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|2022||Southern Shore Breakers||4-0||Clarenville Caribous||Ken Williams Southern Shore Arena & Eastlink Events Centre Clarenville||23-Apr-2022||Gary Gale (Hockey NL) to Jeremy Nicholas, Captain|
The first island-wide live broadcast of a Herder championship game was on the VONF radio station on Saturday night March 23, 1935. Jack Tobin provided the play-by-play of the second and final game of the first all-Newfoundland hockey championships between Corner Brook vs. the Guards of St. John's live from the Prince's Rink in St. John's. The final score was 4-2 for Corner Brook.
In 2007 and 2008, Rogers Television broadcast the Herder finals and province-wide using the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly Channel. In 2009, games 3 to 5 of the finals were streamed online at thesportspage.ca.
Grand Falls-Windsor Broadcaster George Scott provided the play-by-play on a live webcast from 2011 to the 2019 Herder Finals.