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Miami takes home a truckload of hardware from
tonight’s CCHA Awards Banquet

Detroit, Mich. (March 18) – The Miami RedHawks, already owners of the 2009-10 CCHA regular season title, took home nearly every individual award at tonight’s CCHA awards banquet held at Detroit’s Fox Theatre.

Cody Reichard – The sophomore netminder from Celina, Ohio was named the CCHA’s Player of the Year besting former Ohio State forward Zac Dalpe and Northern Michigan’s Erik Gustafsson. Reichard, who also garnered Goaltender of the Year honors, finished the the regular season as the CCHA leader in goals-against average (1.23), save percentage (.950), and shutouts (5). He also led the nation in overall GAA (1.48) and winning percentage (.841). MURedHawks.com

Tommy Wingels – The junior was named captain of the RedHawks at the beginning of the season and was tonight named the CCHA’s Best Defensive Forward. Wingels was +12 in CCHA action consistently seeing time against the opposition’s number one line.

Will Weber – Sophomore and CBJ draft pick Weber was honored as the CCHA’s Best Defensive Defenseman. Weber is 6’4″ and 200 pounds and will be solid contributor for the Blue Jackets. He has a smooth skating stride and is very fast for such a big man. What’s more? Weber has a mean streak to go along with that size and is a big hitter.

Enrico Blasi – Miami’s head coach was named the CCHA’s Coach of the Year for the fourth time in eleven seasons at Miami. Blasi led the RedHawks to their third CCHA regular season title with a remarkable 21-2-5 conference record including a 23-game unbeaten streak in league play.

Congratulations to the RedHawks! Now bring home the Mason Cup!


Posted on March 18, 2010, in CCHA, College Hockey - Analysis, Miami RedHawks. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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