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ECAC names All-League, All-Rookie squads

The ECAC announced its three All-League teams and its All-Rookie team on Tuesday.

The teams were picked by league coaches.

Chase Polacek, F, Rensselaer
Brian O’Neill, F, Yale
Andrew Miller, F, Yale
Nick Bailen, D, Rensselaer
Taylor Fedun, D, Princeton
Keith Kinkaid, G, Union

Jack Maclellan, F, Brown
Joe Devin, F, Cornell
Kelly Zajac, F, Union
Brock Matheson, D, Union
Danny Biega, D, Harvard
James Mello, G, Dartmouth

Andrew Calof, F, Princeton
Chris Cahill, F, Yale
Jeremy Welsh, F, Union
Mike Devin, D, Cornell
Joel Stejskal, D, Dartmouth
Allen York, G, Rensselaer

Andrew Calof, F, Princeton
Greg Carey, F, St. Lawrence
Dan Carr, F, Union
Mat Bodie, D, Union
Dennis Robertson, D, Brown
Andy Iles, G, Cornell

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  • Kdiff77

    Zolnierczyk: snub of the year.

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  • Skennys2145

    Who was the leading GOAL scorer this season?
    You won’t find him on the first team!

  • Ltsatch

    For Yale, I think Little and Agostino should have been considered. I guess Ivy player of the year doesn’t count for much in Harry’s case, who votes on this list?

    • guest

      Little is real good, but not as well rounded a player as any of the other Yale guys who made this list. O’Neill and Miller have better numbers and carried this team for the majority of the year, while Cahill is one of the best forecheckers and hardest hitting forward in the league. Not that Broc isn’t a great player, but he is a scorer and not much else (he does a lot of cherry picking at the blue line looking for breakaways instead of backchecking…)

      • EliBlue

        Ummmm Yale season ticket holder and I have to say that if you think Little doesn’t backcheck (and you’re forgetting his shorthanded play with Kearny), then what are you seeing with Brian? Cahill is a good forechecker, but his hitting is nothing compared to Ziegler or Anderson or Bourbonnais

        • guest

          You’re right about Cahill not being the best hitter on the team, but his 31 points in addition to his aggressive play are what make him a top player. I’m not saying I don’t think Broc should be on this list, just not over any of the other Yale guys who are on here.

    • ecacfan

      Clarkson Freshman Allan McPherson led the Golden Knights in scoring in ECAC play. Hard to believe he didn’t get nominated…

  • Dmahoney

    Leaman has to be coach of the year

  • Wainwrightd

    Greg Carey Should get Rookie of the Year…Regardless of the fact that he played on a sub .500 team, his number speak loudly in the ECAC..

    • FD8

      Sir (or ma’am), you speak the truth.

  • Css228

    AN-DY IL-ES (clap clap clap clap clap)

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