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The ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the ECAC Hockey regular season to the best defensive forward in the conference as voted by the coaches of each ECAC team.[1]

The Best Defensive Forward was first awarded in 1993 (the same year that the Best Defensive Defenseman award was revived) and every year thereafter.

Two players (Ian Sharp and Stephen Baby) have received the award two separate times, both doing so in consecutive years.

Award winnersEdit

Year Winner Position School
1992–93 Greg Carvel Forward St. Lawrence
1993–94 Ian Sharp Forward Princeton
1994–95 Ian Sharp Forward Princeton
1995–96 Brad Chartrand Right Wing Cornell
1996–97 Joel Prpic Center St. Lawrence
1997–98 Buddy Wallace Center Clarkson
1998–99 Syl Apps III Center Princeton
1999–00 Doug Stienstra Left Wing Cornell
2000–01 Mike Gellard Right Wing St. Lawrence
2001–02 Stephen Baby Right Wing Cornell
2002–03 Stephen Baby Right Wing Cornell
2003–04 Jon Smyth Left Wing Colgate
2004–05 Tom Cavanagh Center Harvard
2005–06 Mike Ouellette Center Dartmouth
2006–07 Kyle Rank Right Wing St. Lawrence
2007–08 Nick Dodge Right Wing Clarkson
2008–09 Tyler Mugford Left Wing Cornell
2009–10 Travis Vermeulen Forward St. Lawrence
2010–11 Adam Presiznuik Center Union
2011–12 Kelly Zajac Center Union
2012–13 Greg Miller Center Cornell
2013–14 Jesse Root Center Yale

Winners by schoolEdit

School Winners
Cornell 6
St. Lawrence 5
Princeton 3
Clarkson 2
Union 2
Colgate 1
Dartmouth 1
Harvard 1
Yale 1

Winners by positionEdit

Position Winners
Center 9
Right Wing 6
Left Wing 3
Forward 4

See alsoEdit

References Edit

General Edit

Specific Edit

  1. "Gostisbehere, Bodie, Carr earn spots on ECAC Hockey All-League Teams", Union Athletics, 2013-03-21. Retrieved on 2013-08-01. 

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