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Johnny Gaudreau

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Employment History

Tiny Little Superstar

Flames Nation


Hockey Player

National Collegiate Athletic Association


Affiliations

Calgary Sun

Member


The Hobey Baker Memorial Foundation

Board Member


U.S. National Junior Team

Member


Team North America's

Member


Professional Hockey Writers' Association

Member


Education

Northeastern University


Western Michigan University


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WRBB Sports | Your Home for Huskies Sports

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In addition, Aston-Reese joined Boston University's Jack Eichel (2014-2015) and Boston College's Johnny Gaudreau (2013-2014) as one of three Hockey East players to reach the mark in a maximum of 35 games over the past five years.


2013 Winner - DREW LeBLANC of St. Cloud State University

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JOHNNY GAUDREAU
Boston College, Sophomore, Forward, Carneys Point, NJ Back to back 21 goal seasons is a fantastic way to start your college career, and so is posting 95 total points. The smallish scoring dynamo, Johnny Gaudreau (pronounced GOO-dreau), proved he can make plays as well as score goals by leading Hockey East in both points and assists. He completed his season tied for fourth in the nation in scoring while tied for eighth in both goals and assists. Gaudreau recorded 21 goals and 30 assists for 51 points in 35 games. He also contributed four power play goals and he was tied for second in the nation with his six game winning goals. His scoring exploits saw him average 1.46 points per game, topping everyone in the nation. Gaudreau was duly honored, heralded as a First Team all-star in Hockey East and was named their Player of the Year. A Communications major, Gaudreau joins in volunteering with a variety of team functions as well as visiting Children's Hospital, elementary schools and assisting race-day for a 5K fundraiser. He was a draft choice of Calgary (4th round) and missed two games this past season to play for the U.S. World Junior Team, earning a gold medal while leading the IIHF tournament with seven goals.


Past Winners of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award

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2014 Winner - JOHNNY GAUDREAU of Boston College

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2014 Winner - JOHNNY GAUDREAU of Boston College
Many referred to Johnny Gaudreau (pronounced GOO-dreau), as Johnny Hockey and for a very good reason. Gaudreau lit up everyone, recording points in all but two games, including a 31-game point streak to tie a Hockey East record (Paul Kariya, Maine, 1993). Gaudreau completed his Hobey season leading the nation in goals (36), assists (44), points (80) and was second in plus-minus (+42). He saved his best for last - in 3 NCAA playoff games, Johnny had 4 goals and 7 assists. A communications major, Gaudreau signed a professional contract with the team who drafted him, the Calgary Flames and became just the fifth player in NHL history to score a goal on his first shot in his first NHL game. Off the ice, Johnny spent time visiting elementary schools and mentoring a special needs team. In his first NHL season (2014-15), Gaudreau scored 24 goals and 40 assists in 80 games and was a finalist for the Calder Trophy as NHL Rookie of the Year. Videos on YouTube: NHL: Johnny Gaudreau on Winning Hobey Baker Award A linemate of Gaudreau, Hayes finished second in the nation in points and more than tripled his goal output from the previous season.


HockeyEastOnline.com - Eleven Hockey East Alumni To Skate for Team USA at World Championship

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The 11 players represent six different Hockey East schools, including Boston College's Johnny Gaudreau (Carneys Point, N.J.) and Noah Hanifin (Norwood, Mass.), Boston University's Jack Eichel (North Chelmsford, Mass.), Jordan Greenway (Canton, N.Y.), Clayton Keller (Swansea, Ill.), and Charlie McAvoy (Long Beach, N.Y.), Maine's Jimmy Howard (Syracuse, N.Y.), UMass Lowell's Connor Hellebuyck (Commerce, Mich.), New Hampshire's Trevor van Riemsdyk (Middletown, N.J.), and Notre Dame's Cal Petersen (Waterloo, Iowa) and Anders Bjork (Mequon, Wis.).


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