The Hobey Baker committee released their list of players for fans to vote on today – the first step in annually picking college hockey’s best player.
Check out the Michigan names who are eligible for voting for hockey’s Heisman Trophy.
To see all the candidates and to vote for the Michigan names listed below, click here.
Matheson Iacopelli – Western Michigan – Brownstown native
Iacopelli, a Muskegon Lumberjacks alum, has 15 goals and seven assists so far in his sophomore season with the Western Michigan Broncos.
Will Lockwood – Michigan – Bloomfield Hills native
The Wolverines’ freshman forward – a USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program alum – is second on his team in scoring with 13 points in 20 games.
Gerald Mayhew – Ferris State – Wyandotte native
Mayhew, a senior for Bob Daniels’ Bulldogs, leads FSU with 26 points in 25 games this year.
Nick Schilkey – Ohio State – Marysville native
Schilkey, a Green Bay Gamblers product, has 25 points in his first 20 games as a senior forward for the Buckeyes.
Charles Williams – Canisius – Canton native
A transfer to Canisius has paid dividends for Williams, who holds a 13-6-3 record with a 1.87 goals-against average and .946 save percentage this season with the Golden Griffins.
Angus Redmond – Michigan Tech
The freshman goaltender nicknamed “Beef” has beefed up Michigan Tech’s points total this season; Redmond currently holds a 15-4-5 record with a 1.61 save percentage and a .927 save percentage.