NEC Players Pick Up ECAC East All-Conference Honors
Four New England College men’s ice hockey players have picked up ECAC East All-Conference honors for their performance throughout the 2007-08 season.
Sophomore forward Mark Ehl (N. Vancouver, B.C.) was named to the ECAC East 1st Team All-Conference. Ehl led the Pilgrims in scoring finishing the season with 41 points including a team-high 23 goals and 18 assists. Ehl finished the season ranked first in the ECAC East in power-play points per game averaging .58 points per game and power-play goals per game finishing the season with 12 power-play goals. Ehl also finished the season ranked sixth in the ECAC East in scoring averaging 1.26 points per game and second overall in goals scoring .84 goals per game.
Joining Ehl on the ECAC East 1st Team is sophomore defenseman Trevor Turner. Turner (Westbank, B.C.) led the Pilgrims with 23 assists this season and finished second in the conference in defensemen scoring with .79 points per game.
Senior forward Brian Pouliot (Hooksett, N.H.) picked up ECAC East 2nd Team honors. Pouliot finished the season second on the team in scoring with 38 points including 18 goals and 20 assists. Pouliot was tied for the team lead with three game-winners this season and ranked seventh in the ECAC East in scoring averaging 1.17 points per game.
Rounding out the post season honors was first-year goaltender Aaron Harvey. Harvey (Milford, N.S.) was named to the ECAC East All-Rookie Team. Harvey finished the season with a record of 4-3-0, a save percentage of .895 and a goals against average of 2.93.