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Men's National Awards

Hobey Baker Award


For more than 40 years, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award has celebrated the best in college hockey, being awarded to a player who combines excellence on the ice with strength of character.

In 2023, Michigan forward Adam Fantilli from the University of Michigan. captured the award. Fantilli, a freshman from Nobleton, Ont., was the NCAA point leader with 65. His impressive numbers don’t end there as he is tied for first in the nation in goals with 30, fifth in assists at 35, and leads the nation in points per game with a 1.81 average.

Past winners include Cale Makar, Jack Eichel, Johnny Gaudreau, Ryan Miller, Chris Drury, Brendan Morrison and 2017 Hockey Hall of Famer Paul Kariya.

Three finalists are selected from an initial list of ten candidates by the 23-member Selection Committee and an additional round of online fan balloting to determine the Hobey Baker winner. Criteria for the award includes: displaying outstanding skills in all phases of the game, strength of character on and off the ice, sportsmanship and scholastic achievements.

Hobey Baker was the legendary Princeton hockey player known as America's greatest amateur athlete more than 100 years ago. He redefined how the game was played with his coast-to-coast dashes in an era when hockey was contested with seven players and no forward passes. Baker died testing a repaired aircraft at the end of World War I after he had completed his military service.

Hobey Baker Award Winners

Year Winner Pos. Class. School
1980-81 Neal Broten F Jr. Minnesota
1981-82 George McPhee F Sr. Bowling Green
1982-83 Mark Fusco D Sr. Harvard
1983-84 Tom Kurvers D Sr. Minnesota-Duluth
1984-85 Bill Watson F Jr. Minnesota-Duluth
1985-86 Scott Fusco F Sr. Harvard
1986-87 Tony Hrkac F So. North Dakota
1987-88 Robb Stauber G So. Minnesota
1988-89 Lane MacDonald F Sr. Harvard
1989-90 Kip Miller F Sr. Michigan State
1990-91 David Emma F Sr. Boston College
1991-92 Scott Pellerin F Sr. Maine
1992-93 Paul Kariya F Fr. Maine
1993-94 Chris Marinucci F Sr. Minnesota-Duluth
1994-95 Brian Holzinger F Sr. Bowling Green
1995-96 Brian Bonin F Sr. Minnesota
1996-97 Brendan Morrison F Sr. Michigan
1997-98 Chris Drury F Sr. Boston University
1998-99 Jason Krog F Sr. New Hampshire
1999-00 Mike Mottau D Sr. Boston College
2000-01 Ryan Miller G So. Michigan State
2001-02 Jordan Leopold D Sr. Minnesota
2002-03 Peter Sejna F Jr. Colorado College
2003-04 Junior Lessard F Sr. Minnesota-Duluth
2004-05 Marty Sertich F Jr. Colorado College
2005-06 Matt Carle D Jr. Denver
2006-07 Ryan Duncan F So. North Dakota
2007-08 Kevin Porter F Sr. Michigan
2008-09 Matt Gilroy D Sr. Boston University
2009-10 Blake Geoffrion F Sr. Wisconsin
2010-11 Andy Miele F Sr. Miami
2011-12 Jack Connolly F Sr. Minnesota-Duluth
2012-13 Drew LeBlanc F Sr. St. Cloud State
2013-14 Johnny Gaudreau F Jr. Boston College
2014-15 Jack Eichel F Fr. Boston University
2015-16 Jimmy Vesey F Sr. Harvard
2016-17 Will Butcher D Sr. Denver
2017-18 Adam Gaudette F Jr. Northeastern
2018-19 Cale Makar D So. Massachusetts
2019-20 Scott Perunovich D Jr. Minnesota-Duluth
2020-21 Cole Caufield F So. Wisconsin
2021-22 Dryden McKay G Sr. Minnesota State
2022-23 Adam Fantilli F Fr. Michigan

Mike Richter Award

Established in 2014 and presented by “Let’s Play Hockey” through 2020, this award is named after the New York Rangers Hall of Fame goaltender and University of Wisconsin and Team USA stalwart Mike Richter. It goes to the NCAA’s best Division I male goaltender. The award is presented annually by the Hockey Commissioners Association.

Mike Richter Award Winners

Year Recipient/Institution
2014 Connor Hellebuyck, UMass Lowell
2015 Zane McIntyre, North Dakota
2016 Thatcher Demko, Boston College
2017 Tanner Jaillet, Denver
2018 Cale Morris, Notre Dame
2019 Cayden Primeau, Northeastern
2020 Jeremy Swayman, Maine
2021 Jack LaFontaine, Minnesota
2022 Devon Levi, Northeastern
2023 Devon Levi, Northeastern

Tim Taylor Rookie of the Year Award

Established in 2007, this award honors the former Harvard player and Yale and Olympic head coach. It is voted on by the nation’s Division I assistant coaches. The award is presented annually by the Hockey Commissioners Association.

Tim Taylor Award Winners

Year Recipient/Position/Institution
2007 Andreas Nodl, F, St. Cloud State University
2008 Richard Bachman, G, Colorado College
2009 Kieran Millan, G, Boston University
2010 Stephane DaCosta, F, Merrimack College
2011 T.J. Tynan, F, Notre Dame University
2012 Joey LaLeggia, D, University of Denver
2013 Jon Gillies, G, Providence College
2014 Sam Anas, F, Quinnipiac University
2015 Jack Eichel, F, Boston University
2016 Kyle Connor, F, University of Michigan
2017 Clayton Keller, F, Boston University
2018 Scott Perunovich, D, Minnesota Duluth
2019 Joel Farabee, F, Boston University
2020 Alex Newhook, F, Boston College
2021 Thomas Bordeleau, F, Michigan
2022 Devon Levi, G, Northeastern
2023 Adam Fantilli, F, Michigan

Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award

Established in 2007, the award honors the memory of Derek Hines, a former Army hockey player who was killed in in the line of duty on September 1, 2005, in Afghanistan. The award is presented annually by the Hockey Commissioners Association.

Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award Winners

Year Recipient/Class/Position/Institution
2007 Dan Shribman, SR, Forward, Dartmouth College
2008 Chase Podsiad, SR, Defenseman, Army West Point
2009 Mike Phillipich, SR. Forward, U.S. Air Force Academy
2010 Jordan Pietrus, SR, Forward, Brown University
2011 Kyle Schmidt, SR, Forward, University of Minnesota-Duluth
2012 Bobby Farnham, SR, Forward, Brown University
2013 Kyle Murphy, SR, Forward, Providence College
2014 Brice O’Connor, SR, Defenseman, University of Maine
2015 P.J. Musico, SR. Goaltender, Penn State University
2016 Matt Vidal, SR. Forward, College of the Holy Cross
2017 Aidan Cavallini, SR, Forward, University of Wisconsin
2018 Dylan Abood, SR, Defenseman, U.S. Air Force Academy
2019 Brendon Kearney, SR, Forward, The Ohio State University
2020 Jared Pike, SR, Forward, American International College
2021 Josh Kosack, SR, Forward, Union College
2022 Jordan Seyfert, SR, Forward, Merrimack College
2023 Noah Wilson, SR, Forward, Army West Point

Hockey Humanitarian Award

The Hockey Humanitarian Award is an award that is given annually, since 1996, to a college ice hockey player – male or female – who has given back to their communities in the true humanitarian spirit.

Hockey Humanitarian Award Winners

Year Player School
1996 J. P. McKersie Boston University
1997 Blake Sloan Michigan
1998 Erik Raygor Wisconsin
1999 Kristine Pierce RIT
2000 James Leger Maine
2001 Jason Cupp Nebraska–Omaha
2002 Rocky Ray Reeves Buffalo State
2003 Sam Paolini Cornell
2004 Chanda Gunn Northeastern
2005 Sarah Carlson Boston College
2006 Eric Leroux Princeton
2007 Kristin Savard Yale
2008 William Bruce Williams
2009 Missy Elumba Northeastern
2010 Ethan Cox Colgate
2011 Brooks Dyroff Boston College
2012 Aleca Hughes Yale
2013 Tucker Mullin St. Anselm
2014 Jeffrey Reppucci Holy Cross
2015 Brittany Ammerman Wisconsin
2016 Chris Dylewski Air Force
2017 Danny Divis St. Michael's
Justin McKenzie St. Michael's
2018 Sidney Peters Minnesota
2019 Jake Bunz[2] Wisconsin
2020 Amanda Conger[3] Saint Anselm Hawks
2021 Delaney Wolf Saint Mary's University Cardinals
2022 Josh Kosack Union

AHCA All-Americans

The CCM Hockey All-American Ice Hockey Teamsare sponsored by CCM Hockey and chosen by members of the American Hockey Coaches Association. The most recent Men's Division I All-American Team is listed below. For an archive of previous All-American Teams, please visit the All-American Page at

2022-23 Men's Division I All-Americans

First Team East
Devon Levi, JR, Northeastern University*
(Dollard des Ormeaux, PQ)
Lane Hutson, FR, Boston University
(North Barrington, IL)
Henry Thrun, SR, Harvard University#
(Southborough, MA)
Sean Farrell, JR, Harvard University
(Hopkinton, MA)
Collin Graf, SO, Quinnipiac University
(Lincoln, MA)
Aidan McDonough, SR, Northeastern University*
(Milton, MA)
First Team West
Blake Pietila, SR, Michigan Tech
(Howell, MI)
Brock Faber, JR, University of Minnesota
(Maple Grove, MN)
Luke Hughes, SO, University of Michigan#
(Canton, MI)
Logan Cooley, FR, University of Minnesota
(Pittsburgh, PA)
Adam Fantilli, FR, University of Michigan
(Nobleton, ON)
Matthew Knies, SO, University of Minnesota
(Phoenix, AZ)
Second Team East
Yaniv Perets, SO, Quinnipiac University#
(Dollard des Ormeaux, PQ)
Sam Malinski, SR, Cornell University
(Lakeville, MN)
Zach Metsa, GR, Quinnipiac University*
(Delafield, WI)
Matt Brown, SR, Boston University
(Wood Ridge, NJ)
Matthew Coronato, SO, Harvard University
(Greenlawn, NY)
Alex Jefferies, JR, Merrimack College
(Lunenberg, MA)
Second Team West
Ryan Bischel, SR, University of Notre Dame
(Medina, MN)
Mike Benning, JR, University of Denver
(St. Albert, AB)
Jake Livingstone, JR, Minnesota State University
(Creston, BC)
Carter Mazur, SO, University of Denver
(Jackson, MI)
Jason Polin, SR, Western Michigan University
(Holt, MI)
Massimo Rizzo, SO, University of Denver
(Burnaby, BC)
* First Team in 2022
#Second Team in 2022