Hobey Baker Award

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Hobey Baker Award
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Award details
Sport Ice hockey
Given for NCAA player who best "exhibits strength of character both on and off the ice" and "contributes to the integrity of the team and displays outstanding skills in all phases of the game".[1]
History
First award 1981
Most recent Jack Eichel

The Hobey Baker Award is an annual award given to the top National Collegiate Athletic Association men's ice hockey player.

It is named for hockey player and World War I veteran Hobey Baker, who played collegiately at Princeton University and learned the game at St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire).

The original statue for the award was commissioned and awarded by the Decathlon Athletic Club (now defunct) in Bloomington, MN. The model for the award trophy was Steve Christoff, who played for Richfield Minnesota High School, the University of Minnesota, the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team and in the National Hockey League.[2]

Award winners[edit]

Winners
Year Winner Position School Born
1981 Broten, NealNeal Broten Center Minnesota Roseau, Minnesota
1982 McPhee, GeorgeGeorge McPhee Left Wing Bowling Green Guelph, Ontario
1983 Fusco, MarkMark Fusco Defense Harvard Burlington, Massachusetts
1984 Kurvers, TomTom Kurvers Defense Minnesota–Duluth Minneapolis, Minnesota
1985 Watson, BillBill Watson Right Wing Minnesota–Duluth Pine Falls, Manitoba
1986 Fusco, ScottScott Fusco Center Harvard Burlington, Massachusetts
1987 Hrkac, TonyTony Hrkac Center North Dakota Thunder Bay, Ontario
1988 Stauber, RobbRobb Stauber Goaltender Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota
1989 MacDonald, LaneLane MacDonald Left Wing Harvard Tulsa, Oklahoma
1990 Miller, KipKip Miller Center Michigan State Lansing, Michigan
1991 Emma, DavidDavid Emma Center Boston College Cranston, Rhode Island
1992 Pellerin, ScottScott Pellerin Left Wing Maine Shediac, New Brunswick
1993 Kariya, PaulPaul Kariya Left Wing Maine Vancouver, British Columbia
1994 Marinucci, ChrisChris Marinucci Left Wing Minnesota–Duluth Grand Rapids, Minnesota
1995 Holzinger, BrianBrian Holzinger Center Bowling Green Parma, Ohio
1996 Bonin, BrianBrian Bonin Center Minnesota Saint Paul, Minnesota
1997 Morrison, BrendanBrendan Morrison Center Michigan Pitt Meadows, British Columbia
1998 Drury, ChrisChris Drury Left Wing Boston University Trumbull, Connecticut
1999 Krog, JasonJason Krog Center New Hampshire Fernie, British Columbia
2000 Mottau, MikeMike Mottau Defense Boston College Boston, Massachusetts
2001 Miller, RyanRyan Miller Goaltender Michigan State East Lansing, Michigan
2002 Leopold, JordanJordan Leopold Defense Minnesota Golden Valley, Minnesota
2003 Sejna, PeterPeter Sejna Left Wing Colorado College Liptovský Mikuláš, TCH
2004 Lessard, JuniorJunior Lessard Right Wing Minnesota–Duluth Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec
2005 Sertich, MartyMarty Sertich Center Colorado College Roseville, Minnesota
2006 Carle, MattMatt Carle Defense Denver Anchorage, Alaska
2007 Duncan, RyanRyan Duncan Left Wing North Dakota Calgary, Alberta
2008 Porter, KevinKevin Porter Center Michigan Northville, Michigan
2009 Gilroy, MattMatt Gilroy Defense Boston University North Bellmore, New York
2010 Geoffrion, BlakeBlake Geoffrion Center Wisconsin Plantation, Florida
2011 Miele, AndyAndy Miele Left Wing Miami (OH) Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
2012 Connolly, JackJack Connolly Center Minnesota–Duluth Duluth, Minnesota
2013 LeBlanc, DrewDrew LeBlanc Center St. Cloud State Duluth, Minnesota
2014 Gaudreau, JohnnyJohnny Gaudreau Left Wing Boston College Salem, New Jersey
2015 Eichel, JackJack Eichel Center Boston University North Chelmsford, Massachusetts

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation". Retrieved 2012-05-12. 
  2. ^ Vintage Minnesota Hockey.com. "Hobey Baker Award". Retrieved 2 January 2013. 

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