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Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation | January 26, 2018

11 named to 2018 Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation list of nominees

MINNEAPOLIS -- The Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation today announced 11 nominees for the 2018 Hockey Humanitarian Award. The award is presented annually to college hockey’s finest citizen — a student-athlete who makes significant contributions not only to his or her team but also to the community-at-large through leadership in volunteerism.

The following are this year’s nominees:

Name Cl. Pos. School Hometown
Camil Blanchet Sr. F Bowdoin College Swanzey, N.H.
Devin Buffalo Sr. G Dartmouth College Wetaskiwin, Alta.
Mikhail Bushinski Sr. F Utica College St. Paul, Minn.
Bryant Christian Sr. F American International Moorhead, Minn.
Mitch McLain Sr. F Bowling Green Baxter, Minn.
Ryan Mulder Sr. G Castleton University Ottawa, Ont.
Courtney Pensavalle Sr. F Yale University Winchester, Mass.
Sidney Peters Sr. G University of Minnesota Geneva, Ill.
Jared Pilet Sr. D Concordia University Seattle, Wash.
Luke Rivera Jr. F SUNY Fredonia Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Lauren Spring* Sr. F The Ohio State University Kelowna, B.C.

*Repeat Nominee

Finalists for the Hockey Humanitarian Award will be announced in February. The 2018 recipient will be honored in a ceremony on Friday, April 6 as part of the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four weekend in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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