St. Lawrence University senior Greg Carey has been selected as a top three Hobey Baker Award finalist the first in school history.
The high-scoring forward was chosen as a Hobey Baker Hat Trick finalist for college hockeys prestigious honor a year after he finished in the top 10 in Hobey Baker voting as a junior.
Last year, Carey led the nation in goals and this year he sits second in the nation in assists (39), third in points (57) and first in power-play points (31).
He led the Saints in scoring for four straight years and repeated as ECAC Hockey scoring champion this season. Carey was named the conferences co-player of the year and was a finalist for student-athlete of the year in the ECAC.
Johnny Gadreau of Boston College and Nic Dowd of St. Cloud State are also finalists for the award.
The Hobey Baker Award winner will be announced on Friday, April 11.