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Hockey East Player of the Month Brandon Duhaime of Providence College
Brandon Duhaime Named Hockey East Player of the Month
Crookshank Claims Top Rookie; Woll Earns Best Goaltender Honors


Brandon Duhaime - Providence
Junior Forward; Parkland, Florida

Duhaime led all Hockey East players in the month of December with eight points on a goal and seven assists. The 2.00 points per game during the month was tied for first in the league with teammate Josh Wilkins. He recorded multipoint outings in three of his four games and registered a career-high three assists in the Ledyard Classic title game. All eight points were registered on the road. He assisted on two of the Friars' three game-winning goals and recorded two power-play points on the month.

Runner-up: Angus Crookshank, UNH


Angus Crookshank - New Hampshire
Forward; North Vancouver, British Columbia

Crookshank recorded three goals and four assists for seven points as the Wildcats went 3-1-0 in the month of December. He earned a plus-six rating and posted at least one point in each game. Crookshank had two multi-point games with two goals and one assist for three points as UNH defeated Dartmouth, 4-0, on Dec. 8, and one goal and one assist for two points as the Wildcats earned a 4-3 victory versus Bentley on Dec. 30. He was tops among all league rookies in goals (3), assists (4), points (7), power-play assists and points (2), plus/minus (+6) and game-winning goals (1).

Runner-up: Tyler Madden, NU


Joseph Woll - Boston College
Junior; St. Louis, Missouri

Woll went 2-1-1 in four December starts with a 1.23 goals against average and a .956 save percentage, both second in the league, and two shutouts, the most among any Hockey East netminder. He posted a shutout streak of 184 minutes which spanned more than nine periods, helping Boston College skate to a scoreless draw with Boston University on Dec. 1 and a 4-0 win over UConn on Dec. 6. His play has backboned Boston College to a 6-2-2 mark in the Eagles' last 10 outings and to a tie for first place in the Army ROTC Hockey East Standings with a 6-1-2 mark against conference rivals.

Runner-up: Ryan Ruck, NU