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April 2, 2014
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MONTHLY HONORS: BC's GAUDREAU EARNS MONTHLY HONOR AGAIN
PC's Florentino and UMass Lowell's Hellebuyck Also Honored
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Photo WARRIOR HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE MONTH
JOHNNY GAUDREAU - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.
Gaudreau earns monthly honors for the fourth time this season and second in a row. The highlight of his 14-point month came in the opening day of the NCAA Regionals in Worcester where he went 3-3-6 in a 6-2 win over Denver, registering his first hat trick of the season. Gaudreau, who leads the NCAA in scoring with 35-42-77, saw his league-tying 31-game point streak end in the HE Quarterfinals.

Runner-up: Kevin Goumas, New Hampshire (Sr., Forward; Long Beach, New York) 6 GP, 6-5-11
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Photo STOP IT GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK - UMASS LOWELL
Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.
Hellebuyck went 5-3-0 in eight starts in the month leading the River Hawks to their second consecutive Hockey East Tournament Championship with back-to-back shutouts at the TD Garden (Tournament MVP) and an appearance the Northeast Regional Final against Boston College. He posted a 1.74 GAA and a .941 save percentage in the month for the River Hawks. He notched 30+ saves four times in the month, while allowing two goals or fewer in five starts.

Runner-up: Jon Gillies, Providence College, (Freshman; South Portland, Maine) 6 GP, 4-2-0, .947, 1.86
Stop It Goaltending
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH
ANTHONY FLORENTINO - PROVIDENCE
Freshman Defenseman; West Roxbury, Mass.
Florentino had two goals and an assist for three points in six games played during the month of March. His first goal of the month was the game winner at Maine (March 1), helping the Friars close out the regular season with a sweep of the Black Bears to earn a bye and home ice for the Hockey East Quarterfinals. Florentino also scored in Providence's 4-0 NCAA First Round win over Quinnipiac.

Runner-up: Vince Hinostrosza, Notre Dame, (Freshman forward; Bartlett, Illinois) 7 GP, 2-3-5
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