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College Hockey:
Regional MVPs, All-Tourney Teams Named

New Hampshire forward Mark Mowers, whose two shorthanded goals Sunday included the overtime game-winner against Boston University, was named Most Valuable Player of the NCAA East Regional. Overall, Mowers was 3-2-5 for two games in regional play.

Meanwhile, in the West, Ohio State goaltender Jeff Maund made 46 saves while allowing just three goals in two games en route to the regional MVP, as the Buckeyes advanced to the Final Four in their first-ever NCAA tourney appearance.

All-tournament teams for the two regionals:

East Regional         West Regional
Sean Matile, UNH G Jeff Maund, OSU (MVP)
Jayme Filipowicz, UNH D Andre Signoretti, OSU
Mike Mottau, BC D Mike Van Ryn, Mich.
Chris Drury, BU F Matt Herr, Mich.
Marty Reasoner, BC F Todd Compeau, OSU
Mark Mowers, UNH (MVP) F Mark Kosick, Mich.

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