Paul Loicq Award

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The Paul Loicq Award is presented annually by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) to honour a person who has made "outstanding contributions to the IIHF and international ice hockey".[1] Named after Paul Loicq, who was president of the IIHF from 1922 until 1947, it is the highest personal recognition given by the world governing body of ice hockey.[2] The award is presented during the annual IIHF Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

Award recipients

List of recipients of the Paul Loicq Award:

  • Source, 1997 to 2018 recipients:[3]
  • Source, 2019 recipient:[4]
  • Source, announced 2020 recipient:[5]
Year Winner Nationality
1998 Wolf-Dieter Montag Germany Germany
1999 Roman Neumayer Germany Germany
2000 Vsevolod Kukushkin Russia Russia
2001 Isao Kataoka Japan Japan
2002 Pat Marsh United Kingdom Great Britain
2003 George Nagobads United States United States
2004 Aggie Kukulowicz Canada Canada
2005 Rita Hrbacek Austria Austria
2006 Bo Tovland Sweden Sweden
2007 Bob Nadin Canada Canada
2008 Juraj Okoličány Slovakia Slovakia
2009 Harald Griebel Germany Germany
2010 Lou Vairo United States United States
2011 Yuri Korolev Russia Russia
2012 Kent Angus Canada Canada
2013 Gord Miller Canada Canada
2014 Mark Aubry Canada Canada
2015 Monique Scheier-Schneider Luxembourg Luxembourg
2016 Nikolai Ozerov Russia Russia
2017 Patrick Francheterre France France
2018 Kirovs Lipmans Latvia Latvia
2019 Jim Johannson United States United States
2020 Zoltán Kovács Hungary Hungary

See also


  1. ^ "The inductee class of 2009". Zurich: International Ice Hockey Federation.
  2. ^ Gabriola Sounder News Archived 2012-09-13 at
  3. ^ "IIHF Hall of Fame". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved 20 March 2019.
  4. ^ Podnieks, Andrew (6 February 2019). "Hall of Fame Class of 2019 named". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved 20 March 2019.
  5. ^ Podnieks, Andrew (4 February 2020). "Legends join IIHF Hall of Fame". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved 4 February 2020.
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