Six teams represented on 2017-18 Division I men’s All-USCHO first team

Denver’s Henrik Borgström was the NCHC player of the year (photo: Bradley K. Olson).

Players of the year from four Division I men’s conferences were named first-team All-USCHO selections for the 2017-18 season.

Forwards Adam Gaudette of Northeastern (Hockey East), Ryan Donato of Harvard (ECAC Hockey) and Henrik Borgström of Denver (NCHC) and goalie Cale Morris of Notre Dame (Big Ten) took four of the spots on the first team.

They were joined by a pair of NCHC defensemen, Scott Perunovich of national champion Minnesota Duluth and Jimmy Schuldt of St. Cloud State.

Borgström was a second-team pick in 2016-17. His Pioneers teammate Troy Terry also moved up one team, from third team in 2016-17 to second team this season.

Harvard defenseman Adam Fox, a first-team selection last year, made the second team in 2017-18.

Six teams each had two players chosen: Denver, Harvard, Minnesota Duluth, Northeastern, Notre Dame and Princeton.

Here are the 2017-18 All-USCHO teams:

All-USCHO first team

Forward Adam Gaudette, junior, Northeastern (30 goals, 30 assists, 60 points in 38 games)

Forward Ryan Donato, junior, Harvard (26 goals, 17 assists, 43 points in 29 games)

Forward Henrik Borgström, sophomore, Denver (23 goals, 29 assists, 52 points in 40 games)

Defenseman Scott Perunovich, freshman, Minnesota Duluth (11 goals, 25 assists, 36 points in 42 games)

Defenseman Jimmy Schuldt, junior, St. Cloud State (10 goals, 28 assists, 38 points in 40 games)

Goalie Cale Morris, sophomore, Notre Dame (27-8-1, 1.94 GAA, .944 save percentage, 4 shutouts in 37 games)

All-USCHO second team

Forward Dylan Sikura, senior, Northeastern

Forward Troy Terry, junior, Denver

Forward Cooper Marody, junior, Michigan

Defenseman Philip Beaulieu, sophomore, Northern Michigan

Defenseman Adam Fox, sophomore, Harvard

Goalie Matthew Galajda, freshman, Cornell

All-USCHO third team

Forward Max Véronneau, junior, Princeton

Forward C.J. Suess, senior, Minnesota State

Forward Ryan Kuffner, junior, Princeton

Defenseman Jordan Gross, senior, Notre Dame

Defenseman Christian Wolanin, junior, North Dakota

Goalie Hunter Shepard, sophomore, Minnesota Duluth

Honorable mention

Forwards: Sheldon Rempal, sophomore, Clarkson; Jake Evans, senior, Notre Dame; Nick Halloran, sophomore, Colorado College; Dylan McLaughlin, junior, Canisius; Troy Loggins, junior, Northern Michigan; Mason Jobst, junior, Ohio State; Jordan Greenway, junior, Boston University

Defensemen: Jeremy Davies, sophomore, Northeastern; Josh Teves, junior, Princeton; Daniel Brickley, junior, Minnesota State; Alec Rauhauser, sophomore, Bowling Green; Ian Mitchell, freshman, Denver; Grant Hutton, junior, Miami; Jacob Bryson, sophomore, Providence

Goalies: Colton Point, sophomore, Colgate; Tanner Jaillet, senior, Denver; Connor LaCouvee, senior, Minnesota State

USCHO awards are voted on by the site’s conference columnists after the Frozen Four. Individual awards for the rookie of the year, coach of the year and player of the year will be announced later this week.