The Hockey East Three-Stars Award is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the Hockey East regular season to the player who has the highest amount of points with respect to being named a star-of-the-game. At the conclusion of each game the members of the media decide the three stars of the game, awarding 5 points for being named as the 1st star, 3 points for a 2nd star and 1 point for a 3rd star. Only conference games are counted in the standings for the Three-Stars Award.[1]

The Three-Stars Award was first bestowed in 2001 and every year thereafter. The overall standings have resulted in a tie four times, the latest being 2012–13.

Award winners[edit | edit source]

Year Winner Position School
2000–01 Brian Gionta Right Wing Boston College
2001–02 Colin Hemingway Right Wing New Hampshire
2002–03 Ben Eaves Center Boston College
Joe Exter Goaltender Merrimack
2003–04 Keni Gibson Goaltender Northeastern
2004–05 Patrick Eaves Right Wing Boston College
Ryan Shannon Center Boston College
2005–06 Chris Collins Left Wing Boston College
Cory Schneider Goaltender Boston College
2006–07 John Curry Goaltender Boston University
2007–08 Bryan Ewing Center Boston University
2008–09 Brad Thiessen Goaltender Northeastern
2009–10 Bobby Butler Right Wing New Hampshire
2010–11 Paul Thompson Right Wing New Hampshire
2011–12 Kieran Millan Left Wing Boston University
2012–13 John Henrion Center New Hampshire
Martin Ouellette Goaltender Maine
2013–14 Clay Witt Goaltender Northeastern

Winners by school[edit | edit source]

School Winners
Boston College 6
New Hampshire 4
Boston University 3
Northeastern 3
Maine 1
Merrimack 1

Winners by position[edit | edit source]

Position Winners
Center 4
Right Wing 5
Left Wing 2
Defenceman 0
Goaltender 7

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References[edit | edit source]

General[edit | edit source]

Specific[edit | edit source]

  1. "Ouellette Earns Army ROTC Three Stars Award", Go Black Bears, 2013-03-20. Retrieved on 2013-08-19. 

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