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2005 Winner - MARTY SERTICH of Colorado College

  

After becoming the second Colorado College player in three years to win the Hobey Baker Award as a junior, Marty Sertich returned for a final year with the Tigers in 2005-06. As a senior, he was again named a Hobey Baker finalist. The Roseville, Minnesota native finished his college career with 121 assists and 182 points to rank seventh and tied for 12th, respectively, on the school’s all-time charts. The 2004-05 First-Team All-American and national scoring champion (27 goals and 37 assists for 64 points in 42 games) played in 166 consecutive games for the Tigers without missing one, collecting at least one point in 108 games, including 30 of 42 in his final campaign. He was involved in 35 game-winning goals during his four years with the team, scoring 11 and helping to set up 24, and recorded 53 multiple-point games. Sertich spent his first two seasons of pro hockey with Iowa of the AHL, followed by two seasons with that league's Lake Erie Monsters. Sertich then played two seasons in Switzerland and is now playing for Iserlohn in Germany.

 

2005 Runner-Ups


David McKee

Cornell University, Goalie

 

 

  

 

Brett Sterling

Colorado College, Forward

 

  

 
 

2005 ADDITIONAL tOP 10 FINALISTS


Colin Murphy

Michigan Technological University, Forward

 

  

 

Dov Grumet-Morris

Harvard University, Goalie

 

  

 

Jordan Sigalet

Bowling Green State University, Goalie

 

  

 

Patrick Eaves

Boston College, Forward

 

  

 

Reid Cashman

Quinnipiac University, Defense

 

  

 

T.J. Hensick

University of Michigan, Forward

 

  

 

Tuomas Tarkki

 
Northern Michigan University, Goalie