List of MAAC Awards

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The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) gave out several conference awards to ice hockey players and coaches while it operated a hockey conference from 1998-99 thru 2002-03. For five seasons the MAAC named players to three all-conference teams (First Team, Second Team and Rookie Team) and bestowed six of seven individual awards at the conclusion of the regular season. The seventh award (Tournament MVP) was conferred after the conference tournament was completed. All Awards were voted for by the head coaches of each MAAC member team.[1]

All Awards were discontinued after the conclusion of the 2002-03 season when the MAAC ice hockey conference was dissolved due to Fairfield and Iona discontinuing their Division I programs. All remaining schools formed Atlantic Hockey which began play the following year.

All-Conference Teams[2][3][edit]

The all-conference teams are composed of one goaltender, two defencemen and three forwards. Should a tie occur for the final selection at any position, both players will be included as part of the superior team with no reduction in the number of players appearing on any succeeding teams (as happened in 1998–99 and 1999–00). Players may only appear once per year on any of the first or second teams but freshman may appear on both the rookie team and one of the other all-conference teams.

First Team[edit]

Second Team[edit]

Rookie Team[edit]

Rookie Team All-Stars by school[edit]

School Winners
Quinnipiac 6
Iona 5
Mercyhurst 5
Connecticut 4
Holy Cross 4
Bentley 3
Canisius 3
American International 2
Army 2
Sacred Heart 2
Fairfield 1

Individual awards[edit]

Offensive Player of the Year
Defensive Player of the Year
Goaltender of the Year
Offensive Rookie of the Year
Defensive Rookie of the Year
Coach of the Year
Tournament Most Valuable Player

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "MAAC Honors Inaugural Class With End-Of-Year Awards". 1999-03-18. Retrieved 2013-07-22. 
  2. ^ "All-MAAC Teams". College Hockey Historical Archives. Retrieved 2013-07-22. 
  3. ^ "MAAC All-Rookie Teams". College Hockey Historical Archives. Retrieved 2013-07-22.