Madore named MVP of Kelly Cup Playoffs

Cincinnati goaltender
Rob Madore was named Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs, becoming the first player from the losing team to win the award in the ECHL’s 26-year history. Madore played every second for the Cyclones in the playoffs, posting a 14-10 record with a 2.29 goals-against average and a .930 save percentage. Madore led all goaltenders in the postseason in games played (24), wins (14), minutes played (1,493) and saves (756).

Under contract to San Antonio of the American Hockey League, Madore appeared in 32 games for the Cyclones during the regular season, posting a record of 17-12-1 with one shutout, a 2.73 goals-against average and a save percentage of .908.


2014Rob Madore
Cincinnati Cyclones
2013Riley Gill
Reading Royals
2012John MuseFlorida Everblades
2011Scott HowesAlaska Aces
2010Jeremy Smith and Robert MayerCincinnati Cyclones
2009James ReimerSouth Carolina Stingrays
2008Cedrick DesjardinsCincinnati Cyclones
2007Steve SilverthornIdaho Steelheads
2006Mike ScottAlaska Aces
2005Leon HaywardTrenton Titans
2004Dan EllisIdaho Steelheads
2003Kevin ColleyAtlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
2002Simon Gamache and Tyrone GarnerGreenville Grrrowl
2001Dave SeitzSouth Carolina Stingrays

J.F. Boutin and Jason Christie

Peoria Rivermen
1999Travis ScottMississippi Sea Wolves
1998Sebastien CharpentierHampton Roads Admirals
1997Jason FitzsimmonsSouth Carolina Stingrays
1996Nick VitucciCharlotte Checkers
1995Blaine MooreRichmond Renegades
1994Dave GagnonToledo Storm
1993Rick JudsonToledo Storm
1992Mark BernardHampton Roads Admirals
1991Dave Flanagan and Dave GagnonHampton Roads Admirals
1990Wade FlahertyGreensboro Monarchs
1989Nick VitucciCarolina Thunderbirds