Hockey East Player of the Month Bobby Trivigno of Massachusetts
Bobby Trivigno Named Hockey East Player of the Month
Monthly Honors Announced for Games Played In November and December


Bobby Trivigno - Massachusetts
Junior Forward; Setauket, N.Y.

Trivigno led all Hockey East skaters with 14 points and 10 assists in 10 games in November and December. He posted four power-play points, all assists, one game-winning goal, and one shorthanded tally to help the Minutemen to a 6-3-1 mark. He ended December with three consecutive multi-point games, including back-to-back three point games. In UMass’s final two contests of the month, the junior forward scored the game-winning goal and set up another decisive tally to end the 2020 calendar year on a four-game point streak (3g, 6a). He also had zero penalty minutes over the span.

Runner-up: Logan Hutsko, Boston College


Josh Lopina - Massachusetts
Forward; Minooka, Illinois

Lopina led all national freshman with 116 faceoff wins across November and December, 53 more wins than the next closest rookie. Lopina led all Hockey East rookies with four goals, seven assists, three power-play goals, four power-play points, and 116 faceoff wins in November and December. He netted the first game-winning goal of his career on Dec. 20 against Vermont and is currently riding a three-game point streak during which he has compiled five points and four assists, including one game-winning helper.

Runner-up: Nikita Nesterenko, Boston College


Spencer Knight - Boston College
Sophomore; Darien, Conn.

Knight was perfect in his two December starts in Hockey East play, kicking out all 66 shots he faced from the nationally-ranked Providence Friars. The sophomore has won all four of his starts in 2020-21 to date, making at least 30 stops in all four outings. In December, he tied for the national lead with two shutouts, but played in four and three fewer games than those other netminders. Knight the left the Eagles to join Team USA at the World Junior Championship, where he has posted two additional shutouts in four games played and tied for Team USA’s career and single- tournament shutout led at the WJC. Overall in five games in December with Boston College and Team USA, Knight has posted four shutouts.

Runner-up: Matt Murray, Massachusetts