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Notre Dame’s Tynan named nation’s top rookie

Notre Dame’s T.J. Tynan has been named national Division I rookie of the year by the Hockey Commissioners’ Association.

The forward led rookies nationally in the regular season with 19 goals and 47 points, including 14 multi-point games, en route to the CCHA’s rookie of the year award.

The award is selected in voting by the assistant coaches of the 58 Division I men’s teams.

Tynan is the first winner from the CCHA; Hockey East and the WCHA have had two winners each.

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  • Lennyak1

    Congrats to T.J.!

    • Gemartin

      Yes, T.J. was very deserving of this award, followed closely by his partner Anders Lee.
      Can’t wait to see you both next year.

  • Tomcollin88

    if all ND loses is seniors, they will hard to beat next year

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