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SAM POLLOCK TROPHY

pollock_200.jpg The Sam Pollock Trophy, named after the long-time general manager of the Montreal Canadiens and honored member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, was first presented in 1996 to the champion of the AHL's Atlantic/Canadian Division.

Beginning in 2004, it was awarded to the regular-season winner of the North Division.

As GM of the Canadiens, Sam Pollock played an instrumental role in the first purchase of an AHL franchise by a National Hockey League team when the Canadiens purchased the Montreal Voyageurs in 1969.

After the club moved to Halifax, the Nova Scotia Voyageurs and Montreal Canadiens won the Calder Cup and Stanley Cup, respectively, in both 1976 and 1977.

2013-14 Toronto Marlies North Division
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2010-11 Hamilton Bulldogs North Division
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2006-07 Manitoba Moose North Division
2005-06
Grand Rapids Griffins
North Division
2004-05
Rochester Americans
North Division
2003-04
Hamilton Bulldogs
North Division
2002-03
Hamilton Bulldogs
Canadian Division
2001-02
Quebec Citadelles
Canadian Division
2000-01
Saint John Flames
Canadian Division
1999-2000
Quebec Citadelles
Atlantic Division
1998-99
Lowell Lock Monsters
Atlantic Division
1997-98
Saint John Flames
Atlantic Division
1996-97
St. John's Maple Leafs
Canadian Division
1995-96
Prince Edward Island Senators
Atlantic Division