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Paul Dumont Trophy

The Paul Dumont Trophy is awarded annually to the "Personality of the Year" in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. The award can be won by anyone connected to the league, including players and staff.

Winners

Season Recipient Team
2014–15 Nikolaj Ehlers Halifax Mooseheads
2013–14 Zachary Fucale Halifax Mooseheads
2012–13 Jonathan Drouin Halifax Mooseheads
2011–12 Jonathan Huberdeau Saint John Sea Dogs
2010–11 Louis Leblanc Montreal Juniors
2009–10 Joël Chouinard Victoriaville Tigres
2008–09 Guy Boucher Drummondville Voltigeurs
2007–08 Martin Mondou Shawinigan Cataractes
2006–07 Kris Letang Val-d'Or Foreurs
2005–06 Clément Jodoin Lewiston Maineiacs
2004–05 Sidney Crosby Rimouski Océanic
2003–04 Sidney Crosby Rimouski Océanic
2002–03 Jean-François Plourde Sherbrooke Castors
2001–02 Olivier Michaud Shawinigan Cataractes
2000–01 Simon Gamache Val-d'Or Foreurs
1999–2000 Brad Richards Rimouski Océanic
1998–99 Simon Gagné Quebec Remparts
1997–98 Mike Ribeiro Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
1996–97 Michel Therrien Granby Prédateurs
1995–96 Christian Dubé Sherbrooke Faucons
1994–95 Éric Dazé Beauport Harfangs
1993–94 Yanick Dubé Laval Titan
1992–93 Martin Lapointe Laval Titan
1991–92 Patrick Poulin Saint-Hyacinthe Laser
1990–91 Patrice Brisebois Drummondville Voltigeurs
1989–90 Stéphane Fiset Victoriaville Tigres

External links

  • QMJHL official site List of trophy winners.
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