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This is the 1986-87 Hockey East Regular Season.  The membership remained the same from the previous season.  All teams played a 32 game regular season.

StandingsEdit

Team                       GP  W  L T  P  GF  GA
Boston College Eagles      32 26  6 0 52 203 121
Lowell Chiefs              32 20 10 2 42 146 136
Maine Black Bears          32 19 12 1 39 159 117
Boston University Terriers 32 15 14 3 33 134 132
Northeastern Huskies       32 11 18 3 25 110 139
Providence Friars          32  7 22 3 17 104 156
New Hampshire Wildcats     32  5 24 3 13 105 179

Leading ScorersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. Craig Janney, Boston College, 74
  2. Dan Shea, Boston College, 60
  3. Kevin Stevens, Boston College, 58
  4. John Morris, Lowell, 55
  5. Ken Hodge, Jr., Boston College, 50

GoalsEdit

  1. Kevin Stevens, Boston College,30
  2. Tim Sweeney, Boston College, 29
  3. Gord Cruickshank, Providence, 27
  4. John Morris, Lowell, 24
  5. Craig Janney, Boston College, 23

Leading GoaltendersEdit

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. Scott King, Maine, 3.06
  2. Dave Littman, Boston College, 3.32
  3. Bob Deraney, Boston University, 3.78
  4. Al Loring, Maine 3.89
  5. Bruce Racine, Northeastern, 3.99

Save PercentageEdit

  1. Scott King, Maine, .897
  2. Dave Littman, Boston College, .887
  3. Bob Deraney, Boston University, .885
  4. Terry Taillefer, Boston University, .884
  5. Al Loring, Maine .877

Conference TournamentEdit

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Northeastern defeated Boston University 3-2
  • Maine defeated Providence College 5-2

SemifinalsEdit

  • Maine defeated Lowell 5 to 4
  • Boston College defeated Northeastern 4 to 2

FinalsEdit

  • Boston College defeated Maine 4 to 2

Tournament Most Valuable PlayerEdit

All-Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA Tournament TeamsEdit

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Boston College
lost to Minnesota 6 to 4 in a two game total goals series (4-1, 2-3)
  • Maine
lost to Michigan State 11 to 5 in a two game total goals series (6-2, 5-3)

AwardsEdit

  • Player of the Year:  Brian Leetch, D, Boston College
  • Coach of the Year:  Bill Riley, Lowell
  • Rookie of the Year:  Brian Leetch, D, Boston College

Conference All-StarsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

All-Rookie TeamEdit


source: http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/pdf/men/snapshots/86_87.pdf

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