The CHA Rookie of the Year was an annual award given out at the conclusion of the College Hockey America regular season to the best freshman player in the conference as voted by the coaches of each CHA team.[1]

The Rookie of the Year was first awarded in 2000 and every year thereafter until 2010 when the CHA was disbanded when they could no longer retain their automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.[2]

Award winnersEdit

Year Winner Position School
1999–00 Andy Berg Center Air Force
2000–01 Kevin Fines Goaltender Findlay
2001–02 Riley Riddell Center Bemidji State
2002–03 Scott Munroe Goaltender Alabama-Huntsville
2003–04 Luke Erickson Center Bemidji State
2004–05 Stavros Paskaris Forward Wayne State
2005–06 Ted Cook Forward Niagara
Les Reaney Center Niagara
2006–07 Chris Moran Forward Niagara
2007–08 Matt Read Center Bemidji State
2008–09 Brad Hunt Defenceman Bemidji State
2009–10 Jordan George Right Wing Bemidji State

Winners by schoolEdit

School Winners
Bemidji State 5
Niagara 3
Air Force 1
Alabama-Huntsville 1
Findlay 1
Wayne State 1

Winners by positionEdit

Position Winners
Center 5
Right Wing 1
Left Wing 0
Forward 3
Defenceman 1
Goaltender 2

See alsoEdit

References Edit

General Edit

Specific Edit

  1. "Bemidji State men's hockey: Read, Hunt named to All-CHA team", The Bemidji Pioneer, 2009-03-12. Retrieved on 2013-07-31. 
  2. "Niagara Tops York",, 2009-10-03. Retrieved on 2013-07-23. 

External linksEdit

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