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Michigan Hockey: Five Wolverines Earn Postseason Honors

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Michigan freshman defenseman Quinn Hughes was named second-team All-Big Ten and to the All-Freshman team. (Lon Horwedel)

The No. 11 Michigan hockey team had five players collect postseason honors on Tuesday.

Junior forward Cooper Marody was named first-team All-Big Ten after leading the league in scoring. He finished the regular season with 46 points, 14 of them goals and 32 assists. He is the third Michigan player to be the Big Ten scoring champion, joining Zach Hyman (2015) and Kyle Connor (2016).

He had the ninth most points in the NCAA and the third most assists nationwide.

Senior forward Tony Calderone and freshman defenseman Quinn Hughes both were named to the All-Big Ten second team.

Calderone led Michigan and the Big Ten in goals, with 23 — which ranks eighth in the country. He tallied 40 points total, the most ever by a Michigan captain.

Hughes recorded four goals and 24 assists to finish as the team's third-leading scorer. He also was named to the All-Freshman team.

His 24 assists are the most all-time by a Michigan freshman and his 28 points are third. He finished the regular season third in the NCAA in assists.

Sophomore goaltender Hayden Lavigne was awarded an honorable mention. He missed out on Goaltender of the Year, which was given to Notre Dame sophomore Cale Morris, who also won Big Ten Player of the Year over Marody.

This season, Lavigne played in 30 games, starting 28, and finished with a 16-10-3 record. He had a save percentage of .910 and had a goals against average of 2.79. He had three shutouts this year as well.

Senior defenseman Sam Piazza was named Michigan's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Honoree. It's the second straight year he's won the award. According to MGoBlue.com, Piazza set a career high in games played (35), assists (13), points (15) and shots (64) this season.

Piazza was also nominated as a finalist for the Senior CLASS award. This award recognizes student-athletes who excel both on and off the ice.

Ohio State coach Steve Rohlik was named Big Ten Coach of the Year over Michigan's Mel Pearson. OSU was picked to finish fifth in the Big Ten this season and came in second, while Michigan was picked to finish sixth and came in third in the conference.

The full All-Big Ten teams and honors are listed below.

2017-18 All-Big Ten Ice Hockey Team

As selected by Big Ten coaches and media voting panel


Cooper Marody, F, Michigan

Jake Evans, F, Notre Dame

Tanner Laczynski, F, Ohio State

Jordan Gross, D, Notre Dame

'Trevor Hamilton, D, Penn State

Cale Morris, G, Notre Dame


Tony Calderone, F, Michigan

Taro Hirose, F, Michigan State

Mason Jobst, F, Ohio State

Quinn Hughes, D, Michigan

Sean Romeo, G, Ohio State


Mitch Lewandowski, F, Michigan State

Tyler Sheehy, F, Minnesota

Matthew Weis, F, Ohio State

Andrew Sturtz, F, Penn State

Trent Frederic, F, Wisconsin

Carson Gatt, D, Michigan State

Ryan Lindgren, D, Minnesota

Wyatt Kalynuk, D, Wisconsin

Peter Tischke, D, Wisconsin

Hayden Lavigne, G, Michigan



Casey Mittelstadt, F, Minnesota

Linus Weissbach, F, Wisconsin

Quinn Hughes, D, Michigan

Wyatt Kalynuk, D, Wisconsin

Tommy Nappier, G, Ohio State


Cale Morris, G, Notre Dame

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (Defenseman or Forward)

Trevor Hamilton, D, Penn State


Cale Morris, G, Notre Dame


Mitch Lewandowski, F, Michigan State


Steve Rohlik, Ohio State


Cooper Marody, F, Michigan

Unanimous selections in ALL CAPS


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