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1994 Winner - CHRIS MARINUCCI of University of Minnesota-Duluth

  

Marinucci was the WCHA leading scorer in 1993-94 with 30 goals and 31 assists for 61 points. He helped the Bulldogs to the WCHA regular season title in 1992-93. On the All-WCHA First Team, he was the league's Most Valuable Player in 1993-94, having been runner-up for the league scoring title in 1992-93 and placing on the All-WCHA second team (he finished second to teammate and 1993 Hobey Baker finalist Derek Plante). He played in a team record 149 consecutive games during his four seasons at UMD, notched a team record nine game-winning goals in 1992-93, and was named USA Hockey’s College Hockey Player of the Year in 1994. Marinucci, a native of Grand Rapids, Minnesota, was selected by the New York Islanders in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He retired from pro hockey after a ten-year career in minor pro hockey, including single season stints in Japan, Germany, and Sweden.

 

1994 Runner-Up


Craig Conroy

Clarkson University, Forward


 

 

  

 
 

1994 ADDITIONAL tOP 10 FINALISTS


Brian Wiseman

 
University of Michigan, Forward

 

  

 

David Oliver

 
University of Michigan, Forward

 

  

 

Dean Fedorchuk

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Forward

 

  

 

Dwayne Roloson

University of Massachusetts Lowell, Goalie

 

  

 

Jamie Ram

Michigan Technological University, Goalie

 

  

 

Neil Little

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Goalie

 

  

 

Sean McCann

Harvard University, Defense

 

  

 

Steve Shields

 
University of Michigan, Goalie