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The 2008–09 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season began on October 10, 2008 and concluded with the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament's championship game on April 11, 2009 at the Verizon Centermarker in Washington, D.C.marker. Over the course of the season, five teams achieved the nation's #1 ranking, with Boston University finishing the season as the top-ranked team after winning the national championship tournament.

Pre-season polls

The top 20 from USCHO.com/CBS College Sports, October 6, 2008, and the top 15 from USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine, September 22, 2008.
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
Ranking Team
1 Boston College (36)
2 Michigan (5)
3 Colorado College (7)
4 Notre Dame (1)
5 North Dakota (1)
6 Denver
7 New Hampshire
8 Miami
9 Boston University
10 Minnesota
11 Michigan State
12 Princetonmarker
13 Clarksonmarker
14 Wisconsin
15 St. Cloud Statemarker
16 Northern Michiganmarker
17 Cornell
18 Minnesota Statemarker
19 Harvardmarker
20 Vermontmarker
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
Ranking Team
1 Boston College (27)
2 Michigan (4)
3 Notre Dame
4 North Dakota (1)
5 Colorado College (2)
6 Denver
7 New Hampshire
8 Miami
9 Minnesota
10 Boston University
11 Clarksonmarker
12 Michigan State
13 Wisconsin
14 Northern Michiganmarker
15 St. Cloud Statemarker


Regular season

Season format

Beginning in 2008–09, a shootout is used to determine CCHA conference games that end in a tie. Shootout losers receive one point and an addition to their total number of ties. Shootout winners receive one point and an addition to their total number of ties, and as a bonus, receive one bonus point and an addition to their total number of shootout wins.

Season tournaments

Tournament Dates Teams Champion
IceBreaker Invitational October 10–11 4 Boston University
Superior Cup October 10–11 4 Minnesota-Duluthmarker
Kendall Hockey Classic October 10–11 4 Alaska
Mutual of Omaha Stampede October 17–18 4 Nebraska-Omaha
Brice Alaska Goal Rush October 17–18 4 Alaska-Anchoragemarker
Governor's Cup October 24–25 4 Unionmarker
Showcase at Brown October 31–November 1 4
Rensselaer Holiday Tournament November 28–29 4 Mercyhurstmarker
College Hockey Showcase November 28–29 4
Badger Showdown December 27–28 4 Wisconsin
Florida College Classic December 27–28 4 Cornell
Great Lakes Invitational December 27–28 4 Michigan
Ledyard Bank Tournament December 28–29 4 Dartmouth
UConn Hockey Classic December 29–30 4 Quinnipiacmarker
Dodge Holiday Classic January 2–3 4 Minnesota
Denver Cup January 2–3 4 Boston University
Ohio Hockey Classic January 2–3 4 Ohio State
Catamount Cup January 2–3 4 Vermontmarker
Shillelagh Tournament January 2–3 4 Notre Dame
Beanpot February 2–9 4 Boston University


Standings

Statistical leaders

Scoring leaders

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Quinnipiacmarker 39 12 47 59 20
Boston University 43 17 38 55 42
Air Force 41 33 20 53 28
Minnesota-Duluth 43 26 24 50 50
Mercyhurstmarker 40 22 28 50 10
Boston University 44 18 32 50 42
Michigan 39 13 37 50 24
Michigan 41 24 25 49 28
St. Cloud Statemarker 38 17 31 48 66
Minnesota-Duluth 43 15 33 48 44
Boston University 42 14 34 48 50


Leading goaltenders

GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP TOI W L T GA SO Sv% GAA
Alaska 35 2,062:29 14 16 5 57 6 .940 1.66
Notre Dame 39 2,326:20 30 6 3 65 8 .931 1.68
Cornell 36 2,152:50 22 10 4 65 7 .931 1.81
Princetonmarker 34 2,041:37 22 10 1 62 2 .932 1.82
Boston University 35 2,072:48 29 2 3 67 3 .921 1.94
Air Force 41 2,502:37 28 11 2 82 6 .920 1.97
Michigan 31 1,792:43 24 6 0 59 3 .914 1.97
Yale 25 1,458:13 19 5 1 50 4 .923 2.06
Massachusetts-Lowellmarker 19 1,106:15 9 8 1 38 3 .916 2.06
Miami 23 1,349:53 13 5 3 47 2 .904 2.09


Awards

Award Recipient
Hobey Baker Award Matt Gilroy, Boston University
HCA Rookie of the Year Kieran Millan, Boston University
Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Jeff Lerg, Michigan State
Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award Mike Phillipich, Air Force


East First Team   Position   West First Team
Brad Thiessen, Northeastern G Alex Stalock, Minnesota-Duluth
Matt Gilroy, Boston University D Ian Cole, Notre Dame
Zach Miskovic, St. Lawrence D Jamie McBain, Wisconsin
David McIntyre, Colgatemarker F Louie Caporusso, Michigan
Viktor Stalberg, Vermontmarker F Aaron Palushaj, Michigan
Colin Wilson, Boston University F Ryan Stoa, Minnesota
East Second Team   Position   West Second Team
Zane Kalemba, Princetonmarker G Chad Johnson, Alaska
Maury Edwards, Massachusetts-Lowellmarker D Chay Genoway, North Dakota
Kevin Shattenkirk, Boston University D Erik Gustafsson, Northern Michigan
Mark Arcobello, Yale F Carter Camper, Miami
Jacques Lamoureux, Air Force F Erik Condra, Notre Dame
James Marcou, Massachusetts F Chad Rau, Colorado College


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