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#HockeyEast35 Moment 9/35: On April 2, 2009, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation announced the three Hobey Hat Trick finalists for the 2009 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, honoring college hockey’s top player. Hockey East boasted all three finalists in Matt Gilroy, senior defenseman from Boston University; Brad Thiessen, junior goalie from Northeastern; and Colin Wilson, sophomore forward from Boston University. It was the first time in the nine seasons of the Hobey Hat Trick format all three finalists hailed from the same conference.
@bc_whockey has been tabbed as the preseason favorite by the league’s head coaches.
#HockeyEast35 Moment 8/35: The 2015 Frozen Four was hosted by Hockey East and TD Garden, featuring Boston University and Providence. It was just the third time in conference history that the top two teams in the country were from #HockeyEast. The Friars captured the first national championship in program history that day in one of the most thrilling national championship games of all time.
#HockeyEast has unveiled the 35th anniversary logo and year-long initiatives celebrating the league’s history. Head on over to the BRAND NEW to check out all the news from today!
#HockeyEast35 Moment 7/35 - April 3, 1999 was a historic day for #HockeyEast, as the NCAA Championship game featured New Hampshire and Maine marking the first time that two conference opponents squared off for college hockey's top prize. The Black Bears came out on top, winning 3-2 in overtime, to claim their second national title. Boston College was also featured in the Frozen Four, giving Hockey East 75% of the final field.
#HockeyEast35 Moment 6/35 - March 1989 saw the fifth Annual Hockey East Championship take place. In the first four years of the conference’s existence, there were four different winners of the championship trophy. 1985: Providence, 1986: BU, 1987: BC and 1988: Northeastern.  There were also four different tournament formats in those first four years.  #TBT #HockeyEast
#HockeyEast35 Moment 4/35: January 2010: Inaugural Frozen Fenway Event. From left to right, Wild E. Cat (UNH), Paws (Northeastern), Wally (Red Sox), Rhett (BU) and Baldwin (BC) celebrate the inaugural Frozen Fenway outdoor hockey at Fenway Park! #TBT
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‼️ FIRST LOOK ‼️ Here are our jerseys with our brand new logos! Head over to @gonuathletics to check out all he new marks | #HowlinHuskies
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A special delivery arrived at Matthews today, @gaudette18!

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#HockeyEast35 Moment 3/35 - Prior to the start of the 1989-90 season, the Merrimack College Warriors became the eighth member institution, joining the original seven.
We are exactly 35 weeks away from the 35th annual #HockeyEast Championship at TD Garden, and to celebrate the milestone anniversary season we'll be recounting 35 of the top moments in league history each Thursday. Let's start at the beginning: 
January 1984: Founding Fathers
The Athletic Directors at six schools (l to r) Andy Moradian (UNH), Bill Flynn (BC), Irwin Cohen (Northeastern), Lou Lamoriello (Providence), John Simpson (BU), and Stuart Haskell (Maine) gather at the Parker House in Boston to make formal announcement of a new college hockey conference, Hockey East. The University of Lowell is added as the seventh member institution prior to the start of the 1984-85 season. #TBT #HockeyEast35
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Incoming freshman @jayobrien9 becomes the fourth Friar all-time to get selected in the first round of the NHL Draft! Jay was selected 19th overall by the @philadelphiaflyers.