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HobeyBakerAward

The Hobey Baker Award is an annual award given to the top National Collegiate Athletic Association men's ice hockey player.

It is named for hockey player and World War I veteran Hobey Baker, who played collegiately at Princeton University and learned the game at St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire).

Eleven of these players have gone on to have respectable NHL careers later in life.

Award winnersEdit

Year Winner Position School
1981 Neal Broten Center Minnesota
1982 George McPhee Left wing Bowling Green
1983 Mark Fusco Defense Harvard
1984 Tom Kurvers Defense Minnesota Duluth
1985 Bill Watson Right wing Minnesota Duluth
1986 Scott Fusco Center Harvard
1987 Tony Hrkac Center North Dakota
1988 Robb Stauber Goaltender Minnesota
1989 Lane MacDonald Left wing Harvard
1990 Kip Miller Center Michigan State
1991 David Emma Center Boston College
1992 Scott Pellerin Left wing Maine
1993 Paul Kariya Left wing Maine
1994 Chris Marinucci Left wing Minnesota Duluth
1995 Brian Holzinger Center Bowling Green
1996 Brian Bonin Center Minnesota
1997 Brendan Morrison Center Michigan
1998 Chris Drury Left wing Boston University
1999 Jason Krog Center New Hampshire
2000 Mike Mottau Defense Boston College
2001 Ryan Miller Goaltender Michigan State
2002 Jordan Leopold Defense Minnesota
2003 Peter Sejna Left wing Colorado College
2004 Junior Lessard Right wing Minnesota Duluth
2005 Marty Sertich Center Colorado College
2006 Matt Carle Defense Denver
2007 Ryan Duncan Left wing North Dakota
2008 Kevin Porter Center Michigan
2009 Matt Gilroy Defense Boston University
2010 Blake Geoffrion Left wing Wisconsin
2011 Andy Miele Left Wing Miami (OH)
2012 Jack Connolly Center Minnesota-Duluth
2013 Drew LeBlanc Center Saint Cloud State
2014 Johnny Gaudreau Left Wing Boston College
2015 Jack Eichel Centre Boston University

Winners by schoolEdit

School Winners
University of Minnesota Duluth 5
University of Minnesota 4
Harvard 3
Boston College 3
Boston University 3
Bowling Green State University 2
Colorado College 2
Michigan State University 2
University of Maine 2
University of Michigan 2
University of North Dakota 2
University of Denver 1
Miami University 1
University of New Hampshire 1
Saint Cloud State University 1
University of Wisconsin-Madison 1

Winners by positionEdit

Position Winners
Center 14
Right Wing 3
Left Wing 9
Defense 6
Goaltender 2

FinalistsEdit

2015Edit

2015 Hobey Baker Award

Winner: Jack Eichel, Boston University

2014Edit

JohnnygaudreauHobeybaker

2014

Winner: Johnny Gaudreau, Boston College

2013Edit

DrewleblancHobeybaker

2013

Winner: Drew LeBlanc, Saint Cloud State

2012Edit

JackconnollyHobeybaker

2012

Winner: Jack Connolly, Minnesota-Duluth

2011Edit

AndymieleHobeybaker

2011

Winner: Andy Miele, Miami

2010Edit

BlakegeoffrionHobeybaker

2010

Winner: Blake Geoffrion,Wisconsin

2009Edit

MattgilroyHobeybaker

2009

Winner:Matt Gilroy, Boston University

2008Edit

KevinporterHobeybaker

2008

Winner: Kevin Porter, Michigan

2007 Edit

RyanduncanHobeybaker

2007

winner: Ryan Duncan, North Dakota

  • Drew Bagnall, St. Lawrence
  • David Brown, Notre Dame
  • John Curry, Boston University
  • Nathan Davis, Miami
  • Eric Ehn, Air Force
  • Bobby Goepfert, St. Cloud State
  • T.J. Hensick, Michigan
  • David Jones, Dartmouth
  • Scott Parse, Nebraska-Omaha

2006Edit

MattcarleHobeybaker

2006

winner: Matt Carle, Denver

  • Chris Collins, Boston College
  • Brian Elliott, Wisconsin
  • Andy Greene, Miami
  • Greg Moore, Maine
  • Scott Parse, Nebraska-Omaha
  • Ryan Potulny, Minnesota
  • Marty Sertich, Colorado College
  • Brett Sterling, Colorado College
  • T.J. Trevelyan, St. Lawrence

2005 Edit

MartysetichHobeybaker

2005

Winner: Marty Sertich, Colorado College
Finalists:

  • Reid Cashman, Quinnipiac
  • Patrick Eaves, Boston College
  • Dov Grumet-Morris, Harvard
  • T.J. Hensick, Michigan
  • David McKee, Cornell
  • Colin Murphy, Michigan Tech
  • Marty Sertich, Colorado College
  • Jordan Sigalet, Bowling Green
  • Brett Sterling, Colorado College
  • Tuomas Tarkki, Northern Michigan

2004 Edit

JuniorlessardHoceybaker

2004

Winner: Junior Lessard, Minnesota-Duluth
Finalists:

  • Keith Ballard, Minnesota
  • Brandon Bochenski, North Dakota
  • Junior Lessard, Minnesota Duluth
  • Yann Danis, Brown
  • Derek Edwardson, Miami
  • Zach Parise, North Dakota
  • Thomas Pöck, Massachusetts
  • Steve Saviano, New Hampshire
  • Jim Slater, Michigan State
  • Tony Voce, Boston College

2003 Edit

PetersejnaHobeybaker

2003

Winner: Peter Sejna, Colorado College
Finalists:

  • Ben Eaves, Boston College
  • Chris Higgins, Yale
  • Chris Kunitz, Ferris State
  • Dave LeNeveu, Cornell
  • John-Michael Liles, Michigan State
  • Zach Parise, North Dakota
  • Tom Preissing, Colorado College
  • Peter Sejna, Colorado College
  • Joe Tallari, Niagara
  • R.J. Umberger, Ohio State

2002 Edit

JamesleopoldHobeybaker

2002

Winner: Jordan Leopold, Minnesota
Finalists:

  • Ryan Carter, Iona
  • Marc Cavosie, Rensselaer
  • Rob Collins, Ferris State
  • Wade Dubielewicz, Denver
  • Jim Fahey, Northeastern
  • Mark Hartigan, St. Cloud State
  • Darren Haydar, New Hampshire
  • Jordan Leopold, Minnesota
  • Ryan Miller, Michigan State
  • Doug Murray, Cornell

2001 Edit

RyanmillerHobeybakeraward

2001

Winner: Ryan Miller, Michigan State
Finalists:

  • Erik Anderson, St. Lawrence
  • Ty Conklin, New Hampshire
  • Brian Gionta, Boston College
  • Jeff Hamilton, Yale
  • Dany Heatley, Wisconsin
  • Andy Hilbert, Michigan
  • Kent Huskins, Clarkson
  • Jordan Leopold, Minnesota
  • Ryan Miller, Michigan State
  • Jeff Panzer, North Dakota

2000 Edit

MikemottauHobeybaker

2000

Winner: Mike Mottau, Boston College
Finalists:

  • Mike Comrie, Michigan
  • Ty Conklin, New Hampshire
  • Jeff Farkas, Boston College
  • Brian Gionta, Boston College
  • Shawn Horcoff, Michigan State
  • Joel Laing, Rensselaer
  • Andy McDonald, Colgate
  • Mike Mottau, Boston College
  • Jeff Panzer, North Dakota
  • Steve Reinprecht, Wisconsin

1999 Edit

Jasonkroghobeybaker

1999

Winner: Jason Krog, New Hampshire
Finalists:

  • Jason Blake, North Dakota
  • Hugo Boisvert, Ohio State
  • Brian Gionta, Boston College
  • Jeff Hamilton, Yale
  • Eric Heffler, St. Lawrence
  • Steve Kariya, Maine
  • Jason Krog, New Hampshire
  • Michel Larocque, Boston U.
  • Brian Swanson, Colorado College
  • Mike York, Michigan State

1998 Edit

ChrisdruryHobeybaker

1998

Winner: Chris Drury, Boston University
Finalists:

  • Chad Alban, Michigan State
  • Dan Boyle, Miami
  • Chris Drury, Boston U.
  • Ray Giroux, Yale
  • Eric Healey, Rensselaer
  • Jason Krog, New Hampshire
  • Mark Mowers, New Hampshire
  • Bill Muckalt, Michigan
  • Curtis Murphy, North Dakota
  • Mike York, Michigan State

1997 Edit

BrendanmorrisonHobeybaker

1997

Winner: Brendan Morrison, Michigan
Finalists:

  • Jason Blake, North Dakota
  • Mike Crowley, Minnesota
  • Chris Drury, Boston U.
  • Mike Harder, Colgate
  • John Madden, Michigan
  • Brendan Morrison, Michigan
  • Randy Robitaille, Miami
  • Martin St. Louis, Vermont
  • Brian Swanson, Colorado College
  • Todd White, Clarkson

1996 Edit

BrianboninHobeybaker

1996

Winner: Brian Bonin, Minnesota
Finalists:

  • Keith Aldridge, Lake Superior State
  • Brian Bonin, Minnesota
  • Mike Crowley, Minnesota
  • Chris Drury, Boston U.
  • Peter Geronazzo, Colorado College
  • Brendan Morrison, Michigan
  • Burke Murphy, St. Lawrence
  • Jay Pandolfo, Boston U.
  • Eric Perrin, Vermont
  • Martin St. Louis, Vermont

1995 Edit

BrianholzingerHpbeyBaker

1995

Winner: Brian Holzinger, Bowling Green
Finalists:

  • Brian Bonin, Minnesota
  • Greg Bullock, UMass Lowell
  • Anson Carter, Michigan State
  • Mike Grier, Boston U.
  • Brian Holzinger, Bowling Green
  • Chris Imes, Maine
  • Jay McNeill, Colorado College
  • Brendan Morrison, Michigan
  • Brian Mueller, Clarkson
  • Martin St. Louis, Vermont

1994 Edit

JohnmarinucciHobeybaker

1994

Winner: Chris Marinucci, Minnesota-Duluth
Finalists:

  • Craig Conroy, Clarkson
  • Dean Fedorchuk, Alaska Fairbanks
  • Neil Little, Rensselaer
  • Chris Marinucci, Minnesota-Duluth
  • Sean McCann, Harvard
  • David Oliver, Michigan
  • Jamie Ram, Michigan Tech
  • Dwayne Roloson, UMass Lowell
  • Steve Shields, Michigan
  • Brian Wiseman, Michigan

1993 Edit

1993OaulkariyaHobeybaker

1993

Winner: Paul Kariya, Maine
Finalists:

  • Ted Drury, Harvard
  • Greg Johnson, North Dakota
  • Mark Kaufmann, Yale
  • Paul Kariya, Maine
  • Jim Montgomery, Maine
  • Derek Plante, Minnesota-Duluth
  • Brian Rolston, Lake Superior State
  • David Sacco, Boston U.
  • Brian Savage, Miami
  • Bryan Smolinski, Michigan State

1992 Edit

1992ScottpellerinHobeybaker

1992

Winner: Scott Pellerin, Maine
Finalists:

  • Scott Beattie, Northern Michigan
  • Duane Derksen, Wisconsin
  • Denny Felsner, Michigan
  • Rob Gaudreau, Providence
  • Greg Johnson, North Dakota
  • Daniel Laperriere, St. Lawrence
  • Darrin Madeley, Lake Superior State
  • Scott Pellerin, Maine
  • Larry Olimb, Minnesota
  • Jean-Yves Roy, Maine

1991 Edit

Davidemma

1991

Winner: David Emma, Boston College
Finalists:

  • Scott Beattie, Northern Michigan
  • Peter Ciavaglia, Harvard
  • Jim Dowd, Lake Superior State
  • David Emma, Boston College
  • Denny Felsner, Michigan
  • Greg Johnson, North Dakota
  • Joe Juneau, Rensselaer
  • Shawn McEachern, Boston U.
  • Jean-Yves Roy, Maine
  • Brad Werenka, Northern Michigan

1990 Edit

KipmillerHobeybakeraward

1990

Winner: Kip Miller, Michigan State
Finalists:

  • Rick Bennett, Providence
  • Rob Blake, Bowling Green
  • Greg Brown, Boston College
  • Nelson Emerson, Bowling Green
  • David Emma, Boston College
  • Dave Gagnon, Colgate
  • Joe Juneau, Rensselaer
  • Kip Miller, Michigan State
  • Russ Parent, North Dakota
  • Dave Shields, Denver

1989 Edit

LanemacdonaldHobeybaker

1989

Winner: Lane MacDonald, Harvard
Finalists:

  • Allen Bourbeau, Harvard
  • Greg Brown, Boston College
  • David Capuano, Maine
  • Nelson Emerson, Boston College
  • Bruce Hoffort, Lake Superior State
  • Lane MacDonald, Harvard
  • Kip Miller, Michigan State
  • Bobby Reynolds, Michigan State
  • Robb Stauber, Minnesota
  • Tim Sweeney, Boston College

1988 Edit

Winner: Robb Stauber, Minnesota
Finalists:

  • Phil Berger, Northern Michigan
  • Rejean Boivin, Colgate
  • David Capuano, Maine
  • Nelson Emerson, Bowling Green
  • Mike Golden, Maine
  • Steve Johnson, North Dakota
  • Pete Lappin St. Lawrence
  • Paul Ranheim, Wisconsin
  • Robb Stauber, Minnesota
  • Mark Vermette, Lake Superior State

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