Howard Dolgon, owner, president and chief executive officer of the Syracuse Crunch, has been named the winner of the James C. Hendy Memorial Award as the outstanding executive in the American Hockey League for 2009-10.
Binghamton Senators part-owner and executive vice president of operations Tom Mitchell has been honoured with the Thomas Ebright Award in recognition of career contributions to the AHL.
An AHL linesman since 1978, David Butova has been named the recipient of the Michael Condon Memorial Award for outstanding contributions by an on-ice official.
The Chicago Wolves and P.K. Subban of the Hamilton Bulldogs were named the 2009-10 winners of the President’s Awards, which are given to an AHL organization for excellence in all areas off the ice, and to an AHL player in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in the past year.
The season-ticket sales winners were the Manitoba Moose (Western) and the Hershey Bears (Eastern).
Winners for group-ticket sales were the Chicago Wolves (Western) and the Hartford Wolf Pack (Eastern).
The Chicago Wolves (Western) and the Hershey Bears (Eastern) earned the awards for overall ticket sales growth.
The Chicago Wolves (Western) and Syracuse Crunch (Eastern) were recognized for their corporate sales growth.
The Lake Erie Monsters (Western) and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (Eastern) earned the nods for their exceptional community service efforts, while the Grand Rapids Griffins (Western) and Manchester Monarchs (Eastern) were rewarded for their outstanding fan experience at home games.
So what did your team earn this past season?
Who's ready for hockey season to start?