Hanna, a senior who appeared in every game of his career at Michigan Tech, was second on the team with 27 points on eight goals and 19 assists. He was named to the All-WCHA Second Team, earning all-conference honors for the fourth year in a row.
Roy, a junior who recently signed an NHL contract with the LA Kings, was the team leader in assists with 21. He also received the Gitzen-Loutit Memorial Award as the outstanding defensive player. Roy was named to the All-WCHA First Team after being on both the coaches' and the media's Preseason All-WCHA Teams.
Sophomore forward Jake Jackson received the Elov Seger Memorial Award as the most improved player.
Junior forward Joel L'Esperance received the Gary Crosby Memorial Award as the team's leading scorer. He had 27 points on 11 goals and 16 assists, finishing tied for 13th overall in the WCHA.
Senior forward Reid Sturos received the Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award. Sturos had a breakout offensive season as a senior with 25 points on 11 goals and 14 assists.
Senior defenseman Cliff Watson took home the George McCarthy Performance Award for Scholastic and Athletic Achievement. The two-time team captain appeared in 162 games in his four-year career. He was named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete this season and appeared on the WCHA All-Academic Team three times.
Freshmen Angus Redmond and Mitch Reinke received the Norbert Matovich Memorial Award as outstanding freshmen. Redmond played in 38 games for the Huskies, starting the final 37. He ranked third in the country, and second in the WCHA, with a 1.85 goals against average. Redmond signed an NHL contract with the Anaheim Ducks late last week after being an All-WCHA Rookie Team selection and Hobey Baker candidate. Reinke played in 41 games on the blue line, tallying 20 points with six goals and 14 assists. He was 11th nationally and third in the WCHA amongst rookie defensemen in scoring.
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