Three PC Sophomores Named Hockey East All Stars
The Hockey East Association announced on Wednesday (March 18) the league’s all-star teams for the 2019-20 season.
Providence College sophomores Michael Callahan (Franklin, Mass.) and Jack Dugan (Rochester, N.Y.) were named as First Team All-Stars, while Tyce Thompson (Milford, Conn) was named a Second Team All-Star.
Callahan ranked fourth among Hockey East defensemen with 28 points on five goals and 23 assists. He quarterbacked a power play unit that clicked at 25.6% and registered 19 assists on the power play, which was tied for first among all NCAA defensemen. Callahan recorded eight multi-point performances in 2019-20 and recorded a career-long seven-game point streak.
Dugan finished the season as the NCAA scoring champion with 52 points on a nation-high 42 assists. He led the NCAA in points (52), assists (42), points per game (1.52), assists per game (1.24), power-play points (22) and even-strength points (30). Dugan also topped all NCAA players with 17 multi-point games and three four-point games, while also tying for first with 27 games registering at least one point.
Thompson finished the season tied for third in scoring nationally with 44 points on 19 goals and 25 assists. His 15 multi-point games were tied for second in the nation while his 27 games recording a point was tied for first. Ten of his 19 goals gave Providence a lead this season, which led all NCAA players. Thompson recorded career-long eight-game point streaks on two separate occasions in 2019-20.
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