Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Hartzell, Little, Kearney and Cahill up for Walter Brown Award

Quinnipiac sophomore goalie Eric Hartzell and Yale senior forwards Denny Kearney, Broc Little and Chris Cahill are among the 15 semifinalists for the Walter Brown Award, presented to the best American-born college hockey player in New England.

Here's the full list of nominees:
Dartmouth junior goaltender James Mello
Boston College senior center Brian Gibbons (Braintree, MA)
Boston University junior defenseman David Warsofsky (Marshfield, MA)
New Hampshire junior defenseman Blake Kessel (Verona, WI)
Yale senior forward Broc Little (Rindge, NH)
Boston College senior goaltender John Muse (East Falmouth, MA)
Merrimack junior goaltender Joe Cannata (Wakefield, MA)
Quinnipiac sophomore goalie Eric Hartzell (White Bear Lake, MN)
New Hampshire senior forward Paul Thompson (Derry, NH)
Boston College junior forward Cam Atkinson (Greenwich, CT)
Boston University junior forward Chris Connolly (Duluth, MN)
Providence College senior forward Kyle MacKinnon (Walnut, CA)
Yale senior forward Denny Kearney (Hanover, NH)
Yale senior forward Chris Cahill (North Andover, MA)
Holy Cross sophomore forward Rob Linsmayer (Winnetka, IL)

The Gridiron Club will announce the finalists and winner of the 59th Walter Brown Award in March, following league playoffs and before the start of NCAA Tournament play. The award will be presented to the winner at the New England College Hockey Writers' Dinner in April.


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