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SJHovey
03-07-2016, 03:36 PM
Guesses on the NCHC awards this year?

POY - Boeser
Goalie - Kaskisuo
ROY - Boeser
Coach - Berry
Defensive Forward - Schmaltz
Offensive D - Prow
Forward - Boeser

1st Team
Boeser
Kossila
Heinen
Prow
Stecher
Kaskisuo

2nd Team
Gambrell
Benik
Caggiula
Butcher
Welinski
Johnson

3rd Team
Moore
Schmaltz
Guentzel
LaDue
Nevalainen
Lindgren

Rookie
Boeser
Gambrell
Roslovic
Borgen
Pionk
Weninger

Dirty
03-07-2016, 04:10 PM
I kind of hope Boeser, somehow, doesn't win ROY just so I can see Schlossman have a coronary on Twitter.

Tipsy McStagger
03-07-2016, 04:24 PM
Your award winners and rookie team look good to me. Would go with these all-conference teams, not much difference.

1st team
Boeser
Guentzel
Benik
Prow
Stecher
Kaskisuo

2nd
Kossila
Heinen
Caggiula
Belpedio
Welinski
Lindgren

3rd
Moore
Gambrell
Schmaltz
LaDue
Soucy
Johnson

ThePowerConference
03-07-2016, 07:42 PM
I would replace Borgen with Schuldt on the rookie team. Schuldt has the luxury of playing with Prow on defense but his numbers are substantially better.

SJHovey
03-08-2016, 04:44 PM
I was close on the Rookie team. Schuldt did make it, instead of Pionk.

SJHovey
03-09-2016, 09:11 AM
Going to be wrong on POY. Boeser wasn't even nominated by UND. Sucks that nominations have to be in early.

Dirty
03-09-2016, 09:34 AM
Brock wouldn't have won anyways. For a freshman to win POY they need to be far and away the best player in the league, like Eichel last year in HE. When Boeser is arguably not even the best player on his line, he wasn't going to win. Whether that's fair or not, it's just the way it is.

SJHovey
03-09-2016, 12:36 PM
Brock wouldn't have won anyways. For a freshman to win POY they need to be far and away the best player in the league, like Eichel last year in HE. When Boeser is arguably not even the best player on his line, he wasn't going to win. Whether that's fair or not, it's just the way it is.Yeah, maybe. But he scored a goal in 17 of the 24 conference games he played in. I think next best was something like 11 of 24.

Pump It Up
03-09-2016, 04:22 PM
http://www.collegehockeynews.com/news/2016/03/09_all-nchc_teams_announced.php

The Exiled One
03-09-2016, 04:58 PM
All-Conference First Team
F Danton Heinen, So., Denver
F Brock Boeser, Fr., North Dakota
F Drake Caggiula, Sr., North Dakota
D Ethan Prow, Sr., St. Cloud State
D Will Butcher, Jr., Denver
G Charlie Lindgren, Jr., St. Cloud State

All-Conference Second Team
F Joey Benik, Sr., St. Cloud State
F Jake Guentzel, Jr., Nebraska-Omaha
F Kalle Kossila, Sr., St. Cloud State
D Troy Stecher, Jr., North Dakota
D Andy Welinski, Sr., Minnesota-Duluth
G Cam Johnson, So., North Dakota

Honorable Mention All-Conference
F Nick Schmaltz, So., North Dakota
F Trevor Moore, Jr., Denver
F Sean Kuraly, Sr., Miami
D Louie Belpedio, So., Miami
D Paul LaDue, Jr., North Dakota
G Kasimir Kaskisuo, So., Minnesota-Duluth

Sounds like Prow may be the favorite for POTY.


Boeser also logged a plus-23 rating and tallied four game-winning goals, both of which were second in the NCHC.

In case you're wondering... Jimmy Schuldt (+26) and Joey Benik (5 GWG)

jazzam
03-09-2016, 05:08 PM
All-Conference First Team
F Danton Heinen, So., Denver
F Brock Boeser, Fr., North Dakota
F Drake Caggiula, Sr., North Dakota
D Ethan Prow, Sr., St. Cloud State
D Will Butcher, Jr., Denver
G Charlie Lindgren, Jr., St. Cloud State

All-Conference Second Team
F Joey Benik, Sr., St. Cloud State
F Jake Guentzel, Jr., Nebraska-Omaha
F Kalle Kossila, Sr., St. Cloud State
D Troy Stecher, Jr., North Dakota
D Andy Welinski, Sr., Minnesota-Duluth
G Cam Johnson, So., North Dakota

Honorable Mention All-Conference
F Nick Schmaltz, So., North Dakota
F Trevor Moore, Jr., Denver
F Sean Kuraly, Sr., Miami
D Louie Belpedio, So., Miami
D Paul LaDue, Jr., North Dakota
G Kasimir Kaskisuo, So., Minnesota-Duluth

Sounds like Prow may be the favorite for POTY.



In case you're wondering... Jimmy Schuldt (+26) and Joey Benik (5 GWG)

Not that I disagree but I didn't expect to see Charlie on the all conference first team.

willythekid
03-09-2016, 05:21 PM
Only 1/3 of the awards went to UND players? NoDak was robbed...

SCSU Euro
03-09-2016, 05:23 PM
Only 1/3 of the awards went to UND players? NoDak was robbed...

At least they haven't stolen your "Fighting Hawks" nickname

Tipsy McStagger
03-10-2016, 12:40 AM
I think Heinen and Caggiula making 1st team ahead of Guentzel is horseshiz. Kuraly making 3rd team is probably more of a joke.

cF[Authentic]
03-10-2016, 10:45 AM
I think Heinen and Caggiula making 1st team ahead of Guentzel is horseshiz. Kuraly making 3rd team is probably more of a joke.

Why? He had fewer points per game in conference than both of them. I'd say Benik could have been considered 1st team ahead of Caggiula but you have to think the flashy goals played a part in the whole process.

The Exiled One
03-10-2016, 11:44 AM
;6291532']Why? He had fewer points per game in conference than both of them. I'd say Benik could have been considered 1st team ahead of Caggiula but you have to think the flashy goals played a part in the whole process.
I'm not criticising any of the placements, but I find it curious that a first team case has now been made for Guentzel and Benik with no mention of Kossila. Weird.

Tipsy McStagger
03-10-2016, 02:04 PM
;6291532']Why? He had fewer points per game in conference than both of them. I'd say Benik could have been considered 1st team ahead of Caggiula but you have to think the flashy goals played a part in the whole process.

Because I don't just look at points or points per game. Part of my evaluation involves the eye test, and when I watched Guentzel play he was more impressive than Caggiula and Heinen. Guentzel was also on a team with a bunch of stiffs who couldn't shoot their way out of a wet paper bag.

Caggiula is a fine player and I guess I can see why someone would disagree with me. Heinen I don't get.

First Time, Long Time
03-10-2016, 03:28 PM
AWARD FINALISTS

Herb Brooks Coach of the Year Finalists
Brad Berry, UND
Jim Montgomery, Denver
Bob Motzko, SCSU

Player of the Year Finalists
Drake Caggiula, Sr., F, UND
Danton Heinen, So., F, Denver
Ethan Prow, Sr., D, SCSU

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Finalists
Kalle Kossila, Sr., F, SCSU
Gabe Levin, Sr., F, Denver

Rookie of the Year Finalists
Brock Boeser, F, UND
Dylan Gambrell, F, Denver
Jack Roslovic, F, Miami

Goaltender of the Year Finalists
Cam Johnson, So., UND
Kasimir Kaskisuo, So., UMD
Charlie Lindgren, Jr., SCSU

Forward of the Year Finalists
Drake Caggiula, Sr., UND
Jake Guentzel, Jr., Omaha
Danton Heinen, So., Denver

Defenseman of the Year Finalists
Will Butcher, Jr., Denver
Ethan Prow, Sr., SCSU
Troy Stecher, Jr., UND
Andy Welinski, Sr., UMD

Offensive Defenseman of the Year Finalists
Will Butcher, Jr., Denver
Ethan Prow, Sr., SCSU
Troy Stecher, Jr., UND

Defensive Forward of the Year Finalists
Kalle Kossila, Sr., SCSU
Sean Kuraly, Sr., Miami
Quentin Shore, Sr., Denver

Three Stars Award Finalists
Brock Boeser, Fr., F, UND
Danton Heinen, So., F, Denver
Tanner Jaillet, So., G, Denver
Charlie Lindgren, Jr., G, SCSU