Pike's Peak Hosts 63rd Awards Banquet
Senior forward Barry Almeida, junior defenseman Brian Dumoulin and junior goaltender Parker Milner shared the Norman F. Dailey award as Boston College's Most Valuable Players and each senior - Almeida, captain Tommy Cross, alternate captain Paul Carey, forward Tommy Atkinson, defenseman Edwin Shea, manager Samson Lee and manager Chris Malloy - were honored at the 63rd annual Pike's Peak Club awards banquet that celebrated the Eagles' national-championship and 33-win season on Sunday at the Westin hotel in Waltham, Mass.
Almeida, an East All-America second-team honoree, tallied a career-high 40 points - 22 goals and 18 assists. Dumoulin, an East All-America first-team selection for the second straight season, registered 28 points - seven goals and 21 assists - and a team-high +27 rating. Milner, the Most Outstanding Player at both the NCAA Frozen Four as well as the NCAA Northeast Regional, went 29-5-0 with school records for goals against average (1.66) and save percentage (.937).
Paul Carey and Tommy Cross shared the John "Snooks" Kelley Memorial Award as the individuals who best typifies Boston College hockey.