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Lamoriello and his trophy

Lamoriello Trophy
Sport Ice hockey
Given for Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament champion
History
First award 1988
First winner Northeastern (1987-88)
Most wins Boston College (10)
Most recent Massachusetts (2020-21) (1st title)

The Lamoriello Trophy is awarded annually to the champion of the Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. The award came into existence on March 7, 1988 and is named for the first commissioner of Hockey East, Lou Lamoriello.[1] In 1998, a permanent trophy was commissioned, and in 1999, it was awarded for the first time, to the Boston College Eagles.[1] The winner of the Lamoriello Trophy receives an automatic entry to the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Tournament.

The 2020 tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, therefore, the Lamoriello trophy was not awarded that year.[2]

Winners[]

Total awards won
Wins Team
10 Boston College
8 Boston University
5 Maine
3 UMass Lowell
Northeastern
2 New Hampshire
1 Massachusetts
Providence
Eventual NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament champion
Season Winner Win #
1987–88 Northeastern 1
1988–89 Maine 1
1989–90 Boston College 1
1990–91 Boston University 1
1991–92 Maine 2
1992–93 Maine 3
1993–94 Boston University 2
1994–95 Boston University 3
1995–96 Providence 1
1996–97 Boston University 4
1997–98 Boston College 2
1998–99 Boston College 3
1999–2000 Maine 4
2000–01 Boston College 4
2001–02 New Hampshire 1
2002–03 New Hampshire 2
2003–04 Maine 5
2004–05 Boston College 5
2005–06 Boston University 5
2006–07 Boston College 6
2007–08 Boston College 7
2008–09 Boston University 6
2009–10 Boston College 8
2010–11 Boston College 9
2011–12 Boston College 10
2012–13 UMass Lowell 1
2013–14 UMass Lowell 2
2014–15 Boston University 7
2015–16 Northeastern 2
2016–17 UMass Lowell 3
2017–18 Boston University 8
2018–19 Northeastern 3
2019–20 Not awarded due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2020–21 Massachusetts 1

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