OHL Executive of the Year
SportIce hockey
Awarded forTop executive in OHL
First award1990
Final award2013

The OHL Executive of the Year Award was given annually to the top executive in the Ontario Hockey League, whose team demonstrates success both on the ice, and at the administration level.[1] It was first awarded in 1989–90 OHL season, and last presented in the 2012–13 OHL season. The last winner, Mike Vellucci, is the only person in OHL history to be named both executive and coach of the year in the same season.[2]

List of OHL Executives of the Year

Season Executive[2][1] Team
1989–90 Sam McMaster Sudbury Wolves
1990–91 Sherwood Bassin Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
1991–92 Bert Templeton North Bay Centennials
1992–93 Jim Rutherford Detroit Junior Red Wings
1993–94 Jim Rutherford Detroit Junior Red Wings
1994–95 Mike Kelly Guelph Storm
1995–96 Bert Templeton Barrie Colts
1996–97 Ed Rowe Peterborough Petes
1997–98 Paul McIntosh London Knights
1998–99 Jeff Hunt Ottawa 67's
1999–00 Robert Ciccarelli Sarnia Sting
2000–01 Not awarded
2001–02 Sherwood Bassin Erie Otters
2002–03 Steve Bienkowski Kitchener Rangers
2003–04 Mark Hunter London Knights
2004–05 Mike Futa Owen Sound Attack
2005–06 Craig Goslin Saginaw Spirit
2006–07 Craig Goslin Saginaw Spirit
2007–08 Denise Burke Niagara IceDogs
2008–09 Warren Rychel Windsor Spitfires
2009–10 Rick Gaetz Guelph Storm
2010–11 Dale DeGray Owen Sound Attack
2011–12 Steve Bienkowski Kitchener Rangers
2012–13 Mike Vellucci Plymouth Whalers

See also


  1. ^ a b "OHL Awards". Ontario Hockey League. Canadian Hockey League. Retrieved 2017-12-24.
  2. ^ a b Bell, Aaron, ed. (2013). 2013–14 OHL Media Guide. Ontario Hockey League. p. 136.