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

The Rookie of the Year was first awarded in 1962 and every year thereafter.

The vote has been split for the award four times in its history.

Award winnersEdit

Year Winner Position School
1961–62 Bob Brinkworth Center Rensselaer
1962–63 Ritchie Green Defenceman Boston University
1963–64 John Cunniff Left Wing Boston College
1964–65 Doug Ferguson Center Cornell
1965–66 Kent Parrot Forward Harvard
1966–67 Herb Wakabayashi Forward Boston University
1967–68 Mike Hyndman Right Wing Boston University
1968–69 Joe Cavanagh Center Cornell
1969–70 Tom Mellor Defenceman Boston College
1970–71 Bob Brown Defenceman Boston University
1971–72 Don Cutts Goaltender Rensselaer
1972–73 Vic Stanfield Defenceman Boston University
1973–74 Ron Wilson Defenceman Providence
1974–75 Bob Miller Forward New Hampshire
1975–76 Paul Skidmore Goaltender Boston College
1976–77 Jack Hughes Defenceman Harvard
1977–78 Mark Fidler Forward Boston University
1978–79 Bill Whelton Defenceman Boston University
1979–80 Mark Fusco Defenceman Harvard
1980–81 Don Sylvestri Goaltender Clarkson

Year Winner Position School
1981–82 Normand Lacombe Right Wing New Hampshire
1982–83 George Servinis Left Wing Rensselaer
1983–84 John Cullen Center Boston University
1984–85 Joe Nieuwendyk Center Cornell
1985–86 John Messuri Right Wing Princeton
1986–87 John Fletcher Goaltender Clarkson
1987–88 Trent Andison Forward Cornell
1988–89 Andre Faust Left Wing Princeton
1989–90 Kent Manderville Center Cornell
1990–91 Geoff Finch Goaltender Brown
1991–92 Christian Soucy Goaltender Vermont
1992–93 Burke Murphy Right Wing St. Lawrence
1993–94 Éric Perrin Center Vermont
1994–95 Paul DiFrancesco Forward St. Lawrence
1995–96 Kyle Knopp Left Wing Cornell
1996–97 J.R. Prestifilippo Goaltender Harvard
1997–98 Erik Cole Left Wing Clarkson
Willie Mitchell Defenceman Clarkson
1998–99 Brandon Dietrich Center St. Lawrence
1999–00 Derek Gustafson Goaltender St. Lawrence

Year Winner Position School
2000–01 Rob McFeeters Left Wing Clarkson
2001–02 Chris Higgins Left Wing Yale
2002–03 Hugh Jessiman Right Wing Dartmouth
2003–04 Brian Ihnacak Center Brown
David McKee Goaltender Cornell
2004–05 Joe Fallon Goaltender Vermont
2005–06 Bryan Leitch Left Wing Quinnipiac
2006–07 Sean Backman Right Wing Yale
Brandon Wong Forward Quinnipiac
2007–08 Riley Nash Center Cornell
2008–09 Jody O'Neill Goaltender Dartmouth
2009–10 Jerry D'Amigo Left Wing Rensselaer
2010–11 Andrew Calof Center Princeton
2011–12 Brian Ferlin Right Wing Cornell
2012–13 Jason Kasdorf Goaltender Rensselaer
2013–14 Sam Anas Forward Quinnipiac
Gavin Bayreuther Defenceman St. Lawrence

Winners by schoolEdit

School Winners
Cornell 9
Boston University 8
Clarkson 5
Rensselaer 5
St. Lawrence 5
Harvard 4
Boston College 3
Colgate 3
Princeton 3
Quinnipiac 3
Vermont 3
Brown 2
Dartmouth 2
New Hampshire 2
Yale 2
Providence 1

Winners by positionEdit

Position Winners
Center 11
Right Wing 7
Left Wing 9
Forward 8
Defenceman 10
Goaltender 12

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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