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Carey & Kasdorf Tabbed with Hogan Hockey Monthly Honors

Greg Carey, St. Lawrence (l) & Jason Kasdorf, Rensselaer (r)

ALBANY, N.Y. - Hogan Hockey/ECAC Hockey men’s monthly awards for February were announced Wednesday, Feb. 27 Greg Carey from St. Lawrence was voted Player of the Month and Rensselaer’s Jason Kasdorf was named both the League’s Rookie of the Month and Goaltender of the Month.

Player of the Month
Greg Carey, St. Lawrence University

(Junior, Forward - Hamilton, Ontario)
Supporting Information:
Greg Carey led the nation in goals (9), power-play goals (5) and game-winning goals (3) in the month of February and was second in points (13). He stretched his goal-scoring streak to 11 games with at least one goal in each game in the month and helped the Saints to a 5-2-1 month which included a 4-2 win over 18th-ranked Union and a 2-1 win at number one Quinnipiac in which Carey scored both Saints goals.

Other nominees:  Anthony Borelli, Brown, Mike Borkowski, Colgate, Marshall Everson, Harvard, Connor Jones, Quinnipiac, Allan McPherson, Clarkson, Greg Miller, Cornell & Matt Neal, Rensselaer  

Rookie of the Month
Jason Kasdorf, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
(Freshman, Goaltender - Winnipeg, Manitoba)
Supporting Information:
Rensselaer went 7-1-0 in eight games in February with Jason in goal for each game, all of which were ECAC Hockey contests. Four of the games were at home and four were on the road. Of the 12 goals he gave up, half of them came with the opposition on the power play. He allowed two-or-fewer goals six times, including two shutouts. He had 25-or-more saves in five of the contests. Jason was the league's Goaltender of the Week twice in February.

Other nominees:   Mike Borkowski, Colgate, Kyle Criscuolo, Harvard, Christian Hilbrich, Cornell, Greg Lewis, Clarkson & Mark Naclerio, Brown

Goaltender of the Week
Jason Kasdorf, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
(Freshman, Goaltender - Winnipeg, Manitoba)
Supporting Information:
Kasdorf’s seven wins were the most by any goaltender during the month. He allowed two-or-fewer goals six times, including two shutouts, which tied for the most by a goaltender in February. His two shutouts came on the same weekend as the Engineers stopped Dartmouth, 3-0 Friday, Feb. 1 and then blanked visiting Harvard, 3-0 the following evening. In total he stopped 188 shots, posted a save percentage of .940 and registered a goals-against average of 1.48.

Other nominees:  Anthony Borelli, Brown, Eric Hartzell, Quinnipiac & Matt Weninger, St. Lawrence

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