Toronto Rock - Awards and Honours

Awards and Honours

Year Player Award
1999 Colin Doyle Champion's Cup MVP
2000 Dan Stroup Champion's Cup MVP
2001 Bob Watson Goaltender of the Year
2002 Blaine Manning Rookie of the Year
Pat Coyle Defensive Player of the Year
Jim Veltman Sportsmanship Award
Colin Doyle Champion's Cup MVP
2003 Chris Driscoll Sportsmanship Award
Bob Watson Champion's Cup MVP
2004 Jim Veltman Most Valuable Player
2005 Colin Doyle Most Valuable Player
Les Bartley Executive of the Year
Colin Doyle Champion's Cup MVP
2007 Ryan Benesch Rookie of the Year
2008 Bob Watson Goaltender of the Year
2010 Stephan Leblanc Rookie of the Year
2011 Bob Watson Champion's Cup MVP

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