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This is the 1985-86 Hockey East season.  This was the league's second season.  The league's seven teams played a 34 game confrerence schedule.


StandingsEdit

Team                       GP  W  L T  P  GF  GA
Boston College Eagles      34 23  9 2 48 158 123
Boston University Terriers 34 23 11 3 43 147 127
Northeastern Huskies       34 18 14 2 38 165 158
Providence Friars          34 11 22 1 23 140 182 
Maine Black Bears          34  8 25 1 17 118 177
Lowell Chiefs              34  5 27 2 12 118 166
New Hampshire Wildcats     34  5 27 2 12 114 188

League LeadersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. Scott Harlow, Boston College, 67
  2. Jay Heinbuck, Northeastern, 65
  3. John Cullen, Boston University, 59
  4. Clark Donatelli, Boston University, 51
  5. Rod Isbister, Northeastern, 49

GoalsEdit

  1. Scott Harlow, Boston College, 32
  2. Gord Cruickshank, Providence, 29
  3. Jay Heinbuck, Northeastern, 27
  4. Rod Isbister, Northeastern, 23
  5. Clark Donatelli, Boston University, 22

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. Scott Gordon, Boston College, 3.42
  2. Dave Littman, Boston College, 3.46
  3. Bob Deraney, Boston University, 3.48
  4. Terry Taillefer, Boston University, 3.50
  5. Chris Terreri, Providence, 3.87

Save PercentageEdit

  1. Chris Terreri, Providence, .901
  2. Bob Deraney, Boston University, .894
  3. Scott Gordon, Boston College, .889
  4. Terry Taillefer, Boston University, .889
  5. Dave Littman, Boston College, .886

Conference AwardsEdit

  • Player of the Year:  Scott Harlow, Boston College
  • Rookies of the Year: All Loring, Maine & Scott Young, Boston University
  • Coach of the Year: Jack Parker, Boston University

Hockey East All-StarsEdit

First teamEdit

  • Scott Gordon, G, Boston College
  • Claude Lodin, D, Northeastern
  • David Quinn, D, Boston University
  • Scott Shaunessy, D, Boston University
  • John Cullen, F, Boston University
  • Jay, Heinbuck, F, Northeastern

Second TeamEdit

  • Terry Taillefer, G, Boston University
  • Bob Emery, D, Boston College
  • Doug Brown, F, Boston College
  • Gord Cruickshank, F, Providence
  • Clark Donatelli, F, Boston University

due to a tie for the second spot on the first team there was only one defenseman named to the second team

All Rookie TeamEdit

  • none selected

All-AmericansEdit

  • John Cullen, F, Boston University
  • Scott Harlow, F, Boston College
  • Doug Brown, F, Boston College,
  • Clark Donatelli, F, Boston University
  • Chris Terreri, G, Providence
  • Jay Octeau, D, Boston University

Hockey East TournamentEdit

FormatEdit

All seven teams qualified for the tournament.  The top seed earned a bye into the semifinals. The quarterfinal round was two games total goal, and the semifinal, championship, and consolation rounds were all single elimination.  The quarterfinals were held on the teams rinks and the rest of the tournament was held at the Providence Civic Center (now Dunkin' Donuts Center) in Providence, Rhode Island

QuarterfinalsEdit

  1. 6 Lowell defeated #3 Northeastern 7 goals to 6 (4-2, 3-4)
  2. 2 Boston University defeated #7 New Hampshire 5 goals to 4 (1-1, 4-3)
  3. 4 Providence defeated #5 Maine 10 goals to 6 (5-4, 5-2)

SemifinalsEdit

  1. 2 Boston University defeated #4 Providence, 3 to 2
  2. 1 Boston College defeated #6 Lowell, 5 to 2

ConsolationEdit

  1. 6 Lowell defeated #4 Providence 5 to 2

FinalEdit

  1. 2 Boston University defeated #1 Boston College 9 to 4

Tournament MVPEdit

All-Tournament TeamEdit

  • Terry Taillefer, G, Boston University
  • David Quinn, D, Boston University
  • Scott Shaunessy, D, Boston University
  • Ken Hodge, Jr., F, Boston College
  • Peter Marshall, F, Boston University
  • Jeff Sveen, F, Boston University

NCAA TournamentEdit

  • Boston University
lost to Minnestota, 11 goals to 7 (6-4, 5-3) in a two game total goals quarterfinals series
  • Boston College
lost to Michigan State, 10 goals to 6 (6-4, 4-2) in a two game total goals quarterfinals series

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