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The 1988–89 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season began in October 1988 and concluded with the 1989 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament's championship game on April 1, 1989 at the St. Paul Civic Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota. This was the 42nd season in which an NCAA ice hockey championship was held and is the 94th year overall where an NCAA school fielded a team.

Pre-season pollsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Season tournamentsEdit

Tournament Dates Teams Champion
Jeep/Nissan Classic December 17–18 4 Alaska–Anchorage
Dexter Shoe Classic December 27–28 4 Maine
Syracuse Invitational December 28–29 4 Bowling Green
Great Lakes Invitational December 29–30 4 Michigan
Rensselaer Holiday Tournament December 29–30 4 Providence
Riverfront Invitational December 29–30 4 Boston College
Auld Lang Syne Classic December 30–31 4 Northeastern
Beanpot February 6, 13 4 Harvard

Standings[1][2][3][4]Edit

1988–89 CCHA standings
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Michigan State†* 32 25 6 1 51 188 95 47 37 9 1 277 150
Lake Superior State 32 19 7 6 44 128 90 46 29 11 6 186 129
Illinois-Chicago 32 18 10 4 40 132 120 42 23 14 5 178 154
Michigan 32 17 11 4 38 137 118 41 22 15 4 177 154
Bowling Green 32 15 14 3 33 131 125 47 26 18 3 202 171
Western Michigan 32 9 17 6 24 121 145 43 14 23 6 182 200
Ferris State 32 9 18 5 23 99 144 40 12 22 6 126 171
Ohio State 32 7 20 5 19 106 160 40 9 26 5 141 215
Miami 32 8 24 0 16 125 170 38 11 27 0 158 198
Championship: Michigan State
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll Top 10 Poll
1988–89 ECAC Hockey standings
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Harvard 22 20 2 0 40 130 49 34 31 3 0 191 89
St. Lawrence* 22 18 4 0 36 99 56 36 29 7 0 169 95
Colgate 22 15 6 1 31 108 82 31 19 10 2 161 118
Clarkson 22 13 7 2 28 104 87 32 16 13 3 135 129
Cornell 22 13 9 0 26 76 74 30 16 13 1 113 100
Vermont 22 13 9 0 26 108 73 34 20 13 1 158 116
Yale 22 10 12 0 20 72 84 31 11 19 1 99 137
Rensselaer 22 8 12 2 18 74 82 32 12 17 3 118 123
Dartmouth 22 7 14 1 15 70 96 26 8 17 1 82 113
Army 22 6 15 1 13 62 108 30 13 16 1 93 125
Princeton 22 4 17 1 9 73 113 26 6 19 1 97 133
Brown 22 1 21 0 2 51 132 26 1 25 0 58 155
Championship: St. Lawrence
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll Top 10 Poll
1988–89 Hockey East standings
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Boston College 26 16 6 4 36 122 89 40 25 11 4 191 137
Maine* 26 17 9 0 34 127 97 45 31 14 0 221 158
Northeastern 26 13 11 2 28 126 120 36 18 16 2 166 155
Providence 26 13 11 2 28 106 112 42 22 18 2 166 167
Boston University 26 10 15 1 21 114 116 36 14 21 1 157 169
New Hampshire 26 9 17 0 18 75 120 34 12 22 0 111 154
Lowell 26 4 21 1 9 82 156 34 8 24 2 122 189
Championship: Maine
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll Top 10 Poll
1988–89 Division I Independent ice hockey standings
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Air Force 0 0 0 0 - - - 29 14 12 3 150 128
Alabama–Huntsville 0 0 0 0 - - - 26 15 10 1 122 95
Alaska–Anchorage 0 0 0 0 - - - 34 18 13 3 195 141
Alaska–Fairbanks 0 0 0 0 - - - 38 23 12 3 - -
Kent State 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - -
Merrimack 0 0 0 0 - - - 34 27 7 0 198 77
Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 - - - 38 10 26 2 127 189
St. Cloud State 0 0 0 0 - - - 37 19 16 2 158 141
Kent State cancelled their season due to a hazing incident[5]
Final rankings: USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll Top 10 Poll
1988–89 WCHA standings
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Minnesota 35 27 6 2 56 157 91 48 34 11 3 209 134
Northern Michigan* 35 20 13 2 42 163 110 45 26 17 2 212 144
Wisconsin 35 17 13 5 39 126 108 46 25 16 5 168 134
North Dakota 35 19 15 1 39 131 119 41 22 18 1 164 138
Denver 35 16 17 2 34 143 144 43 22 19 2 179 178
Michigan Tech 35 15 19 1 31 128 150 42 15 25 2 142 188
Minnesota-Duluth 35 12 21 2 26 106 135 40 15 23 2 126 153
Colorado College 35 9 23 3 21 115 157 40 11 26 3 133 179
Championship: Northern Michigan
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Top 15 Poll

1989 NCAA Tournament[6]Edit

  First Round
March 17–19
Quarterfinals
March 24–26
Frozen Four
March 30–31
National Championship
April 1
                                             
  E1 Maine 6 3 4**  
  W4 Providence 8 2 3  
W4 Northern Michigan 9 2 0  
E5 Providence 5 4 2
  E1 Maine 4  
  W2 Minnesota 7  
  W2 Minnesota 4 4
  W6 Wisconsin 2 2  
E3 St. Lawrence 1 2  
W6 Wisconsin 3 4
  W2 Minnesota 3
  E2 Harvard 4*
  W1 Michigan State 3 7 5*  
  E4 Boston College 6 2 4  
E4 Boston College 8 4  
W5 Bowling Green 5 2
  W1 Michigan State 3
  E2 Harvard 4*  
  E2 Harvard 4 5
  W3 Lake Superior State 2 2  
W3 Lake Superior State 6 4   Third Place Game
E6 St. Cloud State 3 2
E1 Maine 4
W1 Michigan State 7

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

Player statsEdit

Scoring leaders[7]Edit

The following players led the league in points at the conclusion of the season.

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player Class Team GP G A Pts PIM
Reynolds, BobbyBobby Reynolds Senior Michigan State 47 36 41 77 78
Miller, KipKip Miller Junior Michigan State 47 32 45 77 94
Parks, GregGreg Parks Senior Bowling Green 47 32 42 74 96
Sweeney, TimTim Sweeney Senior Boston College 39 29 44 73 26
Emerson, NelsonNelson Emerson Junior Bowling Green 44 22 46 68 46
Capuano, DaveDave Capuano Junior Maine 41 37 30 67 38
Palumbo, AnthonyAnthony Palumbo Senior Lake Superior State 46 22 44 66 38
Polillo, PaulPaul Polillo Junior Western Michigan 41 20 46 66 32
Berger, PhilPhil Berger Senior Northern Michigan 44 30 33 63 24
Ciavaglia, PeterPeter Ciavaglia Sophomore Harvard 34 15 48 63 36

Leading goaltenders[7]Edit

The following goaltenders led the league in goals against average at the end of the regular season while playing at least 33% of their team's total minutes.

GP = Games played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime/shootout losses; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

Player Class Team GP Min W L OT GA SO SV% GAA
Kuntar, LesLes Kuntar Sophomore St. Lawrence 14 786 11 2 0 31 0 .928 2.37
Stauber, RobbRobb Stauber Junior Minnesota 34 2024 26 8 0 82 0 .911 2.43
Roy, AllainAllain Roy Freshman Harvard 16 - - - - - - .912 2.46
Joseph, CurtisCurtis Joseph Freshman Wisconsin 38 2267 21 11 5 94 1 .919 2.49
Hoffort, BruceBruce Hoffort Sophomore Lake Superior State 44 2595 27 10 5 117 0 .894 2.71
Cohen, PaulPaul Cohen Senior St. Lawrence 25 1304 18 5 0 60 1 .909 2.76
Hughes, ChuckieChuckie Hughes Freshman Harvard - - - - - - - .906 2.79
Muzzatti, JasonJason Muzzatti Sophomore Michigan State 42 2515 32 9 1 127 0 .876 3.03
Carlson, JeffJeff Carlson Senior Alaska-Anchorage - - - - - - - - 3.03
DelGuidice, MattMatt DelGuidice Sophomore Maine 20 1090 16 4 0 57 1 - 3.14

AwardsEdit

NCAAEdit

Award[8] Recipient
Hobey Baker Memorial Award Lane MacDonald, Harvard
Spencer Penrose Award (Coach of the Year) Joe Marsh, St. Lawrence
Most Outstanding Player in NCAA Tournament Ted Donato, Harvard

AHCA All-American Teams[9]
East First Team   Position   West First Team
Mike O'Neill, Yale G Bruce Hoffort, Lake Superior State
Greg Brown, Boston College D Kord Cernich, Lake Superior State
Mike Hurlbut, St. Lawrence D Myles O'Connor, Michigan
Dave Capuano, Maine F Kip Miller, Michigan State
Lane MacDonald, Harvard F Greg Parks, Bowling Green
Kyle McDonough, Vermont F Bobby Reynolds, Michigan State
East Second Team   Position   West Second Team
David Littman, Boston College G Curtis Joseph, Wisconsin
Bob Beers, Maine D Darryl Olsen, Northern Michigan
Dave Williams, Dartmouth D Todd Richards, Minnesota
Rick Bennett, Providence F Sheldon Gorski, Illinois-Chicago
Tim Sweeney, Boston College F Daryn McBride, Denver
C. J. Young, Harvard F Dave Snuggerud, Minnesota

CCHAEdit

Awards[10] Recipient
Player of the Year Bruce Hoffort, Lake Superior State
Rookie of the Year Rod Brind'Amour, Michigan State
Coach of the Year Ron Mason, Michigan State
Most Valuable Player in Tournament Jason Muzzatti, Michigan State

All-CCHA Teams[11][12]
First Team   Position   Second Team
Bruce Hoffort, Lake Superior State G Dave DePinto, Illinois-Chicago
Kord Cernich, Lake Superior State D Rob Blake, Bowling Green
Myles O'Connor, Michigan D Chris Luongo, Michigan State
Greg Parks, Bowling Green F Bobby Reynolds, Michigan State
Sheldon Gorski, Illinois-Chicago F Nelson Emerson, Bowling Green
Kip Miller, Michigan State F Todd Brost, Michigan
Rookie Team   Position  
G
Jason Woolley, Michigan State D
D
Rod Brind'Amour, Michigan State F
Denny Felsner, Michigan F
Craig Fisher, Miami F
Ken House, Miami F
Peter White, Michigan State F

ECACEdit

Award[13] Recipient
Player of the Year Lane MacDonald, Harvard
Rookie of the Year Andre Faust, Princeton
Coach of the Year Joe Marsh, St. Lawrence
Most Outstanding Player in Tournament Doug Murray, St. Lawrence

All-ECAC Hockey Teams[14][15]
First Team   Position   Second Team
Mike O'Neill, Yale G Paul Cohen, Colgate
Dave Williams, Dartmouth D Dave Baseggio, Yale
Mike Hurlbut, St. Lawrence D Mike Bishop, St. Lawrence
Scott Young, Colgate D
Lane MacDonald, Harvard F C. J. Young, Harvard
Kyle McDonough, Vermont F Allen Bourbeau, Harvard
Jarmo Kekäläinen, Clarkson F Peter Ciavaglia, Harvard
Rookie Team   Position  
Chuckie Hughes, Harvard G
Allain Roy, Harvard G
Mike McKee, Princeton D
Dan Ratushny, Cornell D
Shawn Rivers, St. Lawrence D
Dale Band, Colgate F
Jeff Blaeser, Yale F
Jamie Cooke, Colgate F
Andre Faust, Princeton F
Craig Ferguson, Yale F
Jim Larkin, Vermont F

Hockey EastEdit

Award[16] Recipient
Player of the Year Greg Brown, Boston College
Rookie of the Year Rob Gaudreau, Providence
Scott Pellerin, Maine
Coach of the Year Award Fern Flaman, Northeastern
William Flynn Tournament Most Valuable Player Bob Beers, Maine

All-Hockey East Teams[17][18]
First Team   Position   Second Team
David Littman, Boston College G Scott King, Maine
Greg Brown, Boston College D Bob Beers, Maine
Jim Hughes, Providence D Rob Cowie, Northeastern
Dave Capuano, Maine F David Emma, Boston College
Tim Sweeney, Boston College F Mike Kelfer, Boston University
Dave Buda, Northeastern F Harry Mews, Northeastern
Rookie Team   Position  
Mark Richards, Lowell G
Keith Carney, Maine D
Shaun Kane, Providence D
Rob Gaudreau, Providence F
Steve Heinze, Boston College F
Scott Pellerin, Maine F

WCHAEdit

Award[19] Recipient
Most Valuable Player Curtis Joseph, Wisconsin
Freshman of the Year Curtis Joseph, Wisconsin
Goaltender of the Year Robb Stauber, Minnesota
Student-Athlete of the Year Tim Budy, Colorado College
Coach of the Year Rick Comley, Northern Michigan
Most Valuable Player in Tournament Bill Pye, Northern Michigan

All-WCHA Teams[20]
First Team   Position   Second Team
Curtis Joseph, Wisconsin G Robb Stauber, Minnesota
Paul Stanton, Wisconsin D Todd Richards, Minnesota
Darryl Olsen, Northern Michigan D Russ Parent, North Dakota
Daryn McBride, Denver F Dave Snuggerud, Minnesota
Shawn Harrison, Michigan Tech F John Byce, Wisconsin
Tom Chorske, Minnesota F Phil Berger, Northern Michigan

ReferencesEdit

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