What is trophy?

  • (noun): An award for success in war or hunting.
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Trophy

A trophy is a reward for a specific achievement, and serves as recognition or evidence of merit. Trophies are most often awarded for sporting events, from youth sports to professional level athletics. In many sports medals are often given out either instead of or along with trophies.

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1972–73 WHA Season
... The league championship trophy, the Avco World Trophy, was donated by AVCO Financial Services Corporation along with $500,000 ... England Whalers won the first Avco World Trophy ...
1969–70 NHL Season - Awards
... 1969–70 NHL awards Prince of Wales Trophy Chicago Black Hawks Clarence S ... Louis Blues Art Ross Trophy Bobby Orr, Boston Bruins Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Pit Martin, Chicago Black Hawks Calder Memorial Trophy Tony Esposito, Chicago Black Hawks ... Louis Blues Vezina Trophy Tony Esposito, Chicago Black Hawks Lester Patrick Trophy Edward W ...
Trophy - Hunting
... competition trophies like those mentioned above can be awarded, the word trophy more typically refers to an item made from the body of a killed animal and kept as a keepsake ...
Detroit Junior Red Wings - Players - Award Winners
... Hockey League Player of the Year, Red Tilson Trophy Most Outstanding Player, William Hanley Trophy Most Sportsmanlike Player 1992–93 - Kevin Brown, Jim Mahon ...
1971–72 NHL Season - Awards
... 1972 NHL awards Prince of Wales Trophy Boston Bruins Clarence S ... Campbell Bowl Chicago Black Hawks Art Ross Trophy Phil Esposito, Boston Bruins Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Bobby Clarke, Philadelphia Flyers Calder Memorial Trophy Ken ... Pearson Award Jean Ratelle, New York Rangers Vezina Trophy Tony Esposito Gary Smith, Chicago Black Hawks Lester Patrick Trophy Clarence S ...

More definitions of "trophy":

  • (noun): Something given as a token of victory.
    Synonyms: prize