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April 8, 2011
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SEVEN HOCKEY EAST STUDENT-ATHLETES RECOGNIZED AS OLD TIME HOCKEY ALL-AMERICANS
~ Boston College leads East teams with three players selected; New Hampshire features two selections while Merrimack and Maine each have one player honored ~
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First Team All-Americans: Brian Dumoulin, Blake Kessel, Cam Atkinson and Paul Thompson

Fourteen different Division I hockey-playing schools can celebrate players honored as Old Time Hockey All Americans for the 2010-11 season. The nation's top 24 college hockey players were announced tonight at the NCAA Men's Division I Frozen Four in St. Paul, MN. Leading the way were Boston College and North Dakota, each with two First Team selections and a Second Team honoree. Noteworthy this year:

• Only one player was a repeat First Team choice: Rensselaer senior forward Chase Polacek. New Hampshire junior defenseman Blake Kessel and Minnesota-Duluth junior forward Jack Connolly moved up top First Team after making Second Team in 2010. Maine junior forward Gustav Nyquist dropped down to Second Team after First Team honors last year.

• There are 14 players from the United States seven from Canada, two from Sweden and one from France.

• Half of the honorees are seniors. Of the other 12, six are juniors and six are sophomores.

• The U.S. honorees are from nine states and four Canadian provinces. The largest sources are Alberta (4), Michigan (3) and Minnesota (3).

• Nineteen players participated in the NCAA Tournament. Six of them advanced to the "Frozen Four."

• The honorees include all ten finalists for the 2010 Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

The AHCA/Old Time Hockey All-American Ice Hockey Teams are sponsored by Old Time Hockey, an international leader in hockey-themed apparel, and chosen by members of the American Hockey Coaches Association.

 
First Team
 
East
West
Keith Kinkaid, SO, Union College
(Farmingville, NY)
Goalie
Pat Nagle, SR, Ferris State
(Bloomfield, MI)
Brian Dumoulin , SO, Boston College
(Biddeford, ME)
Defense
Chay Genoway, SR, North Dakota
(Morden, MB)
Blake Kessel, JR, New Hampshire#
(Verona, WI)
Defense
Justin Schultz, SO, Wisconsin
(West Kelowna, BC)
Cam Atkinson, JR, Boston College
(Greenwich, CT)
Forward
Jack Connolly, JR, Minnesota-Duluth#
(Duluth, MN)
Chase Polacek, SR, Rensselaer *
(Edina, MN)
Forward
Matt Frattin, SR , North Dakota
(Edmonton, AB)
Paul Thompson, SR, New Hampshire
(Derry, NH)
Forward
Andy Miele, SR, Miami University
(Grosse Pointe Woods, MI)
 
Second Team
East
West
John Muse, SR, Boston College
(East Falmouth, MA)
Goalie
Aaron Dell, SO, North Dakota
(Airdrie, AB)
Nick Bailen, SO, Rensselaer
(Fredonia, NY)
Defense
Jake Gardiner, JR, Wisconsin
(Minnetonka, MN)
Taylor Fedun, SR, Princeton
(Edmonton, AB)
Defense
Zach Redmond, SR, Ferris State
(Traverse City, MI)
Stephane Da Costa, SO, Merrimack College
(Paris, France)
Forward
Carter Camper, SR, Miami University
(Rocky River, OH)
Gustav Nyquist, JR, Maine*
(Malmo, Sweden)
Forward
Mike Connolly, JR, Minnesota-Duluth
(Calgary, AB)
Paul Zanette, SR, Niagara
(Nobleton, ON)
Forward
Carl Hagelin, SR, Michigan
(Sodertalje, Sweden)
* First Team in in 2009-10; # Second Team in 2009-10
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