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his is the 1987-88 Hockey East Season.  This is the league's fourth season. The same 7 teams returned from the previous season.

StandingsEdit

Team                       GP  W  L T  P  GF  GA
Maine Black Bears          26 20  4 2 44 159  90
Northeastern Huskies       26 13  9 4 30 115 107
Boston University Terriers 26 11 12 3 25 116 117
Lowell Chiefs              26 12 14 0 24 111 119 
Boston College Eagles      26 10 14 2 22 104 119
Providence Friars          26  8 13 5 21  97 119
New Hampshire Wildcats     26  6 18 2 14  86 128

League LeadersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. David Capuano, Maine, 59 points
  2. Mike McHugh, Maine, 42 points
  3. Mike Golden, Maine;  Mike Kelfer, Boston University;  Mario Thyer, Boston University, 41 each

GoalsEdit

  1. David Capuano, Maine, 25
  2. Jeff Flaherty, Lowell, 22
  3. Gord Cruickshank, Providence; Mike McHugh, Maine; & Mike Kelfer, Boston University 21 each

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. Scott King, Maine, 2.97
  2. Bruce Racine, Northeastern, 3.84
  3. David Littman, Boston College, 3.97
  4. Dave Delfino, Lowell, 4.22
  5. Mark Romaine, Providence, 4.23

Save PercentageEdit

  1. Scott King, Maine .902
  2. David Littman, Boston College, .889
  3. Peter Fish, Boston University, .887
  4. Bruce Racine, Northeastern,.882
  5. Pat Morrison, New Hampshire, .875

Conference TournamentEdit

FormatEdit

Top 6 teams qualify. Top 2 teams get a bye to the quarterfinals. Quarterfinals and Semifinals are 2 games total goals series. Championship game held at the Boston Garden.

QuarterfinalsEdit

  1. 4 Lowell defeated #5 Boston College 8 goals to 5 (3-3, 5-2)
  2. 6 Providence defeated #3 Boston University 9 to 6 (3-2, 6-4)

SemifinalsEdit

  1. 1 Maine defeated #6 Providence 17 to 7 (6-5, 11-2)
  2. 2 Northeastern defeated #4 Lowell 4 to 3 (3-1, 1-2)

FinalsEdit

  1. 2 Northeastern defeated #1 Maine 4 to 3


Tournament MVPEdit


All-Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA Tournament teamsEdit

  • Lowell
lost to  Wisconsin 11 to 5 in a 2 game total goals first round series (7-1, 4-4)
  • Maine
defeated Bowling Green 9 to 4 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinals series (5-1, 4-3)
lost to Lake Superior 6 to 3 in the semifinals
defeated Minnesota 5 to 2 in the consolation game
  • Northeatern
lost to Merrimack 10 to 8 in a 2 game total goal first round series (3-5, 7-3)

Post Season AwardsEdit

All-AmericansEdit

All-Conference TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit


Second TeamEdit


All-Rookie TeamEdit

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