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Hockey East announces ’10-11 award winners

Hockey East announced its Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team on Wednesday afternoon.

The first-year players will be honored alongside several individual award winners at Thursday’s annual championship awards night at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, Mass.

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
Bill Arnold, F, Boston College
Charlie Coyle, F, Boston University
Mike Collins, F, Merrimack
Michael Pereira, F, Massachusetts
Brodie Reid, F, Northeastern
Anthony Bitetto, D, Northeastern
Adam Clendening, D, Boston University
Dan Sullivan, G, Maine

2010-11 HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS
Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Brian Dumoulin, Boston College
Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Tanner House, Maine
Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Brian Flynn, Maine
Turfer Athletic Award: Jeff Dimmen, Maine
Army ROTC Three Stars Award: Paul Thompson, New Hampshire
Bauer Goaltending Champion: John Muse, Boston College (1.84 GAA, .933 save%)
Humboldt Storage and Moving Scoring Champion: Paul Thompson, New Hampshire (42 pts.)
Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire Wildcats


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  • Babygangstaheat

    How do you leave Goumas from New Hampshire off that list

    • Guest

      he was the #7 rookie forward in scoring in hockey east, #11 including d. everybody on the list was ahead of him and then some. i understand points aren’t everything but still…. everybody on that list had outstanding season. not taking anything away from goumas he’s a great player and he’s gonna be awesome for UNH in the years to come but there were a ton of really talented freshmen in hockey east this year.

  • SPCSMAN

    As a UNH/Goumas fan even I couldn’t include him in this list. While his play has been great over the last part of the season the others have performed at a high level throughout the year.