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2001 Winner - RYAN MILLER of Michigan State University

  

In his sophomore season, Miller became the second goaltender to win the Hobey Baker Award. He led the nation in all major goalie categories, including wins (31), goals against average (1.32), and shutouts (10), and he set an NCAA record for saves percentage (.950). His two-year total of 18 shutouts set an NCAA career shutout record. Miller’s outstanding year was capped with six CCHA post-season awards, including Player of the Year and Best Goaltender honors for the hometown hero from East Lansing, Michigan. The business major set several team and CCHA records to help guide the Spartans to the #1 national ranking heading into the NCAA Frozen Four tournament. In 2001-02, Miller was again a Hobey Baker Award top ten finalist. He garnered CCHA MVP honors for the second straight year, was named Goalie of the Year for the third straight season, and added eight more shutouts to his NCAA career shutout record of 26. In the 2010 Vancouver Olympics he backstopped the United States team to a silver medal. Now in his twelfth NHL season with the Buffalo Sabres, Ryan Miller is widely recognized as one of the NHL’s top goaltenders.

 

2001 Runner-Ups


Brian Gionta

Boston College, Forward


 

 

  

 
 

2001 ADDITIONAL tOP 10 FINALISTS


Andy Hilbert

 
University of Michigan, Forward

 

  

 

Dany Heatley

University of Wisconsin–Madison, Forward

 

  

 

Erik Anderson

St. Lawrence University, Forward

 

  

 

Jeff Hamilton

Yale University, Forward

 

  

 

Jeff Panzer

University of North Dakota, Forward

 

  

 

Jordan Leopold

University of Minnesota, Defense

 

  

 

Kent Huskins

Clarkson University, Defense

 

  

 

Ty Conklin

 
University of New Hampshire, Goalie