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This is the 1988-89 Hockey East Season.  This is the league's fifth season. The same 7 teams returned from the previous season.

StandingsEdit

Team                       GP  W  L T  P  GF  GA
Boston College Eagles      26 16  6 4 36 122  89
Maine Black Bears          26 17  9 0 34 127  97
Northeastern Huskies       26 13 11 2 28 126 120
Providence Friars          26 12 11 2 28 106 112
Boston University Terriers 26 10 15 1 21 114 116
New Hampshire Wildcats     26  9 17 0 18  75 120
Lowell Chiefs              26  4 21 1  9  82 156

League LeadersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. Tim Sweeney, Boston College, 48
  2. David Capuano, Maine, 43
  3. Mike Kelfer, Boston University, 41
  4. David Emma, Boston College, 38
  5. David Tomlinson, Boston University, 37

GoalsEdit

  1. David Capuano, Maine,24
  2. Steve Heinze, Boston College, 19
  3. Dave Buda, Northeastern, 18
  4. (tie) Rob Gaudreau, Providence; Mark Kelfer, Boston University; Joe Sacco, Boston University; Tim Sweeney,16 each

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. David Littman, Boston College 3.04
  2. Peter Fish, Boston University 3.38
  3. Matt DelGuidice, Maine 3.46
  4. Scott King, Maine 3.60
  5. Matt Merton, Providence 3.98

Save PercentageEdit

  1. David Littman, Boston College .903
  2. Peter Fish, Boston University .888
  3. Matt DelGuidice, Maine .884
  4. Scott King, Maine .871
  5. Matt Merton, Providence .863

Conference TournamentEdit

FormatEdit

The top six teams qualified for the post season tournament, which was a single elimination knockout style.  The top tow seeds drew a bye to the semifinals.  The semifinals and finals were held at Boston College

QuarterfinalsEdit

  1. 4 Providence defeated #5 Boston University 3 to 2
  2. 3 Northeastern defeated #6 New Hampshire 5 to 4 in overtime

SemifinalsEdit

  1. 1 Boston College defeated #3 Providence 6 to 5 in double overtime
  2. 2 Maine defeated #3 Northeaster 3 to 2 in double overtime

Consolation gameEdit

  1. 4 Providence defeated #3 Northeastern 3 to 2

FinalsEdit

  1. 2 Maine defeated Boston College 5 to 4

Tournament MVPEdit

All Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA Tournament TeamsEdit

  • Boston College
defeated Bowling Green 2 games to none (8-5, 4-2) in the first round
lost to Michigan State 2 games to 1 (3-6, 7-2, 5-4 (ot)) in the quarterfinals
  • Maine
defeated Providence 2 games to 1 (6-8, 3-2, 4-3 (2ot)) in the quarterfinals
lost to Minnesota 7 to 4 in the semifinals
lost to Michigan State 7 to 4 in the consolation game
  • Providence
defeated Northern Michigan 2 games to 1 (5-9, 4-2, 2-0) in the first round
lost to Maine 2 games to 1 (6-8, 3-2, 4-3 (2ot)) in the quarterfinals

Post Season AwardsEdit

Player of the YearEdit

Rookies of the YearEdit

Coach of the YearEdit

All-AmericansEdit

All-Conference TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

All-Rookie TeamEdit

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