The Hobey Baker Memorial Award will be presented at 6 p.m. ET on the NHL Network. The presentation, which will be held at the CONSOL Energy Center, is open to the public.
Carneys Point, NJ
35 GP - 21 Goals - 30 Assists - 51 Points
The undersized Gaudreau has great hands, seems to find holes and has the moves to get open and create scoring opportunities. The Calgary Flames draft pick is only a sophomore, but has already created a lot of buzz. He was superb at the World Junior Championships earlier this year as the Americans won the Gold Medal.
White Bear Lake, Minn.
41 GP - 30-6-5 - 1.53 GAA - .934 save percentage
The senior had a respectable last few years in Hamden, but has been nothing short of spectacular in his final season. He has kept Quinnipiac in games and his coach is convinced he is the best player in the country. Even when the Bobcats haven't been scoring as much as they'd like, Hartzell has been the rock that kept QU winning. Another thing going for Hartzell is he has led Quinnipiac to an unprecedented season whereas Gaudreau's BC Eagles have been a national power. In other words, Hartzell has that MVP-type performance and the wow factor going for him.
St. Cloud State
42 GP - 13 Goals - 37 Assists - 50 Points
LeBlanc overcame a serious leg injury suffered in 2011 to come back for this season and be one of the most productive offensive players in the country. He was the leader of the Huskies who won the WCHA Regular Season Championship and advanced to the Frozen Four for the first time in program history.
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