Inside College Hockey is proud to announce
its ninth annual INCH All-America teams. The selections were made
by Inside College Hockey editors and staff, with input from media
and coaches from around the country.
The INCH All-America teams are not affiliated
with those of the American Hockey Coaches Association, which will
release its East and West All-Americans later this week.
We prefer to see college hockey as a
national game—thus our first-, second-, and third-team All-Americans
are not divided on regional lines.
2010-11 ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM
Dell North Dakota
30-6-2, 1.81 GAA, .924 sv%
He might have started the season as an afterthought, but
Dell had the most prominent goaltending season of the year
among all Division I netminders, leading the nation with a
1.81 goals-against average and backstopping the Sioux to a
30-6-2 record and a Frozen Four berth.
Dumoulin Boston College
37 GP, 3-30—33
The leading point-getter from the blueline in Hockey East
was also the winner of the conference's Defensive Defenseman
of the Year award. Dumoulin really hit his stride over the
final two-thirds of the season, scoring 29 of his 33 points
in the Eagles' last 24 games.
41 GP, 18-29—43
Schultz led NCAA defensemen in goals (18) and points (47)
this season and ranked tied for fifth in the WCHA in scoring.
There may be no player in the country with a deadlier shot—one
of every six shots Schultz fired on target this season ended
up in the back of the opposing net.
Atkinson Boston College
39 GP, 31-21—52
Atkinson may have been the most consistent player in college
hockey in terms of offensive production—he had 15 goals
and 11 assists in the first half of the season and 16 goals
and 10 assists in the second half, and was held scoreless
in back-to-back games on just one occasion.
Frattin North Dakota
43 GP, 36-24—60
The nation’s leading goal-scorer led North Dakota to
the WCHA regular-season and postseason titles. The Fighting
Sioux are 24-2-2 when Frattin, the WCHA Player of the Year,
scores a goal. He heads into the Frozen Four with a 15-game
point streak, scoring 16 goals and 14 assists during that
39 GP, 24-47—71
Miele’s 71 points are the most by a collegian since
2002-03 and his numbers down the stretch were otherworldly—before
being held scoreless in the RedHawks' East Regional loss to
New Hampshire, he had a 17-game point streak during which
he scored 14 goals and added 24 assists.
2010-11 ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM
17-3-7, 1.93 GAA, .935 sv%
34 GP, 11-19—30
35 GP, 6-31—37
40 GP, 17-41—58
38 GP, 21-27—48
39 GP, 28-24—52
2010-11 ALL-AMERICA THIRD TEAM