Total of 19 schools boast players on 2018-19 All-American selections

Patrick Newell (SCSU-14) 2018 December 8 St.Cloud State University hosts University of Nebraska Omaha in a NCHC contest at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center (Bradley K. Olson)
Patrick Newell led SCSU in scoring this season with 21 goals and 47 points (photo: Bradley K. Olson).

Nineteen schools have players represented as CCM/AHCA Hockey All-Americans for the 2018-19 season.

The nation’s top 25 college hockey players were announced Friday night at the Frozen Four in Buffalo, N.Y.

St. Cloud State led the way with four honorees, followed by two selections each from UMass, Minnesota Duluth and Northeastern.


F: Nico Sturm, JR, Clarkson
F: Ryan Kuffner, SR, Princeton
F: Mitchell Chaffee, SO, Massachusetts
D: Cale Makar, SO, Massachusetts
D: Adam Fox, JR, Harvard
G: Cayden Primeau, SO, Northeastern


F: Rem Pitlick, JR, Minnesota
F: Patrick Newell, SR, St. Cloud State
F: Taro Hirose, JR, Michigan State
D: Jimmy Schuldt, SR, St. Cloud State
D: Quinn Hughes, SO, Michigan
G: Hunter Shepard, JR, Minnesota Duluth


F: Josh Wilkins, JR, Providence
F: David Cotton, JR, Boston College
F: Blake Christensen, JR, American International
D: Joseph Duszak, JR, Mercyhurst
D: Jeremy Davies, JR, Northeastern
G: Andrew Shortridge, JR, Quinnipiac


F: Troy Loggins, SR, Northern Michigan
F: Blake Lizotte, SO, St. Cloud State
F: Mason Jobst, SR, Ohio State
D: Scott Perunovich, SO, Minnesota Duluth
D: Bobby Nardella, SR, Notre Dame
D: Jack Ahcan, JR, St. Cloud State
G: Joey Daccord, JR, Arizona State