Daryl K. (Doc) Seaman Trophy
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Daryl K. Doc Seaman Trophy

The Daryl K. (Doc) Seaman Trophy is presented annually to the top scholastic player in the Western Hockey League. It is named for Daryl K. (Doc) Seaman, a native of Calgary who worked for years to promote the cause of higher education in junior hockey.


Season Player[1] Team
2020-21 Ethan Peters Edmonton Oil Kings
2019-20 Dylan Garand Kamloops Blazers
2018-19 Dustin Wolf Everett Silvertips
2017-18 Ty Smith Spokane Chiefs
2016-17 Brian King Everett Silvertips
2015-16 Tanner Kaspick Brandon Wheat Kings
2014-15 Nick McBride Prince Albert Raiders
2013-14 Nelson Nogier Saskatoon Blades
2012-13 Josh Morrissey Prince Albert Raiders
2011-12 Reid Gow Spokane Chiefs
2010-11 Colin Smith Kamloops Blazers
2009-10 Adam Lowry Swift Current Broncos
2008-09 Stefan Elliott Saskatoon Blades
2007-08 Jordan Eberle Regina Pats
2006-07 Keith Aulie Brandon Wheat Kings
2005-06 Brennen Wray Moose Jaw Warriors
2004-05 Gilbert Brule Vancouver Giants
2003-04 Devan Dubnyk Kamloops Blazers
2002-03 Brett Dickie Brandon Wheat Kings
2001-02 Tyler Metcalfe Seattle Thunderbirds
2000-01 Dan Hulak Portland Winter Hawks
1999-00 Chris Nielsen Calgary Hitmen
1998-99 Chris Nielsen Calgary Hitmen
1997-98 Kyle Rossiter Spokane Chiefs
1996-97 Stefan Cherneski Brandon Wheat Kings
1995-96 Bryce Salvador Lethbridge Hurricanes
1994-95 Perry Johnson Regina Pats
1993-94 Byron Penstock Brandon Wheat Kings
1992-93 David Trofimenkoff Lethbridge Hurricanes
1991-92 Ashley Buckberger Swift Current Broncos
1990-91 Scott Niedermayer Kamloops Blazers
1989-90 Jeff Nelson Prince Albert Raiders
1988-89 Jeff Nelson Prince Albert Raiders
1987-88 Kevin Cheveldayoff Brandon Wheat Kings
1986-87 Casey McMillan Lethbridge Hurricanes
1985-86 Mark Janssens Regina Pats
1984-85 Mark Janssens Regina Pats
1983-84 Ken Baumgartner Prince Albert Raiders

See also


  1. ^ Watts, Jesse, ed. (2013). 2013-14 WHL Media Guide. Western Hockey League. p. 265.

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