here's one vote for "John Beilein's head in a Futurama jar"
Didn't see this on the boards yet. The USCHO put out a list of the All-Americans for the season, and guess who didn't make the list on either 1st or 2nd team? You probably already know the answer, but Shawn Hunwick. He's the only Hobey Baker Finalist not to be named an All-American. The Full List:
EAST FIRST TEAM G Troy Grosenick, so., Union D Danny Biega, jr., Harvard D Brian Dumoulin, jr., Boston College F Spencer Abbott, sr, Maine F Alex Killorn, sr., Harvard F Austin Smith, sr., Colgate
WEST FIRST TEAM G Taylor Nelson, sr., Ferris State D Torey Krug, jr., Michigan State D Justin Schultz, jr., Wisconsin F Jack Connolly, sr., Minnesota-Duluth F Jaden Schwartz, so., Colorado College F Reilly Smith, jr., Miami
The Second Teamers:
EAST SECOND TEAM G Joe Cannata, sr., Merrimack D Mat Bodie, so., Union D Tim Kirby, sr., Air Force F Barry Almeida, sr., Boston College F Brian O’Neill, sr., Yale F Jeremy Welsh, jr., Union
WEST SECOND TEAM G Kent Patterson, sr., Minnesota D Chad Billins, sr., Ferris State D Dan DeKeyser, so., Western Michigan F Nick Bjugstad, so., Minnesota F JT Brown, so., Minnesota-Duluth F Jason Zucker, so, Denver
Also surprising nobody, Jack Connolly from Minnesota-Duluth won the Hobey Baker award. Unfortunately it's not exactly Heisman like in prestige, so we don't know the full finish order
Links: http://www.uscho.com/2012/04/06/44167/ (All-Americans)
http://www.northlandsnewscenter.com/sports/UMDs-Captain-Jack-Wins-2012-H... (Hobey Baker)
Everyone on the blog, vote now and vote often. Voting ends March 25th.
Bentley just scored 7 seconds into the PP. ;,,-( 1-0 Bentley 1st period.