Monday’s Dump & Chase: Perunovich?

Questionable decisions were made over the weekend by the Hobey Baker award voters.

College Hockey Awards

For selfless life-saving act, strong play on ice, Saint Anselm's Conger wins 2020 Hockey Humanitarian Award | College Hockey |
Saint Anselm senior forward Amanda Conger has been named the winner of the 2020 Hockey Humanitarian Award.

After leading resurgent Maine squad during ‘19-20 season, recent Bruins signee Swayman wins Mike Richter Award as nation’s top goalie | College Hockey |

Maine junior goaltender Jeremy Swayman has been awarded the 2020 Mike Richter Award, given annually to the best goaltender in NCAA Division I men’s hockey.

Minnesota Duluth blueliner, St. Louis prospect Perunovich named recipient of 2020 Hobey Baker Award as college hockey’s top player | College Hockey |

Minnesota Duluth junior defender Scott Perunovich has been named the winner of the 2020 Hobey Baker Memorial Award. As an offensive defender, Perunovich had six goals this season. What Swayman did for Maine this season far outpaces Perunovich’s season. This feels like a “legacy” award win, rather than being awarded the Hobey Baker for being this season’s best player in college hockey.

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Rod Brind’Amour: ‘We’re kind of preparing for next year in a lot of ways’ -

Craig Berube, Rod Brind’Amore, and Rick Tocchet all check in with TSN here.

You know, you have to think that, if the season resumes, this works out well for Hynes. He has all the time in the world to review what he’s seen out of his group of players and figure out the next steps. It’s not like the one week off in January when he was probably moving his family into Nashville.