Former Elite 9 Boston Advantage Player Adam Gaudette Hobey Baker Recipient
Former Boston Advantage star Adam Gaudette has earned one of hockeys highest honors. The Northeastern University junior forward from has been a dominant force in Division I hockey, leading the nation in total points, goal scoring and points per game. He wrapped up his junior year campaign with an impressive 30 goals, 30 assists for 60 points in 38 games. He also ranks fourth in the nation for power play goals with 11 and sits in first place in the nation for power play points at 27.
Some of his other honors include Hockey East Player of the Year, First Team all-conference and Hockey East Scoring Champion. He was also named national player of the month by the College Hockey Coaches Association in both January and February.
Gaudette was an immense talent and leader for 5 seasons with the Boston Advantage and was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 2015 NHL draft and will forgo his senior season. Gaudette has trained with Boston Advantage/Lovell Hockey since the age of 6 and continues to train and work as an instructor in the offseason with Lovell Hockey. Congratulations to a job well done, Adam!