The Ken Dryden Award is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the ECAC Hockey regular season to the best goaltender in the conference as voted by the coaches of each ECAC team.[1]

The Ken Dryden Award was first awarded in 1996 and every year thereafter. It is named in honor of famed Cornell goaltender Ken Dryden who led the Big Red to their first National Title in 1967.

Award winners[edit | edit source]

Year Winner School
1995–96 Tim Thomas Vermont
1996–97 Trevor Koenig Union
1997–98 Alex Westlund Yale
1998–99 Eric Heffler St. Lawrence
1999–00 Joel Laing Rensselaer
2000–01 Oliver Jonas Harvard
2001–02 Matt Underhill Cornell
2002–03 David LeNeveu Cornell
2003–04 Yann Danis Brown
2004–05 David McKee Cornell
2005–06 Mark DeKanich Colgate
2006–07 David Leggio Clarkson
2007–08 Kyle Richter Harvard
2008–09 Zane Kalemba Princeton
2009–10 Ben Scrivens Cornell
2010–11 Keith Kinkaid Union
2011–12 Troy Grosenick Union
2012–13 Eric Hartzell Quinnipiac
2013–14 Colin Stevens Union

Winners by school[edit | edit source]

School Winners
Cornell 4
Union 4
Clarkson 3
Harvard 2
Brown 1
Colgate 1
Princeton 1
Quinnipiac 1
Rensselaer 1
St. Lawrence 1
Vermont 1
Yale 1

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

General[edit | edit source]

Specific[edit | edit source]

  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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