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Five Badgers men's hockey players earn Big Ten honors

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Five Badgers men's hockey players earned All-Big Ten honors. Wyatt Kalynuk, Trent Frederic and Peter Tischke were named Honorable Mention selections. Kalynuk was also named to the All-Freshman team along with teammate Linus Weissbach.

2017-18 All-Big Ten Hockey Team and Individual Awards
As selected by Big Ten coaches and Media Voting Panel
 
FIRST TEAM
Cooper Marody, F, Michigan
Jake Evans, F, Notre Dame
Tanner Laczynski, F, Ohio State
Jordan Gross, D, Notre Dame
Trevor Hamilton, D, Penn State
Cale Morris, G, Notre Dame
 
SECOND TEAM
Tony Calderone, F, Michigan
Taro Hirose, F, Michigan State
Mason Jobst, F, Ohio State
Quinn Hughes, D, Michigan
Sasha Larocque, D, Ohio State
Sean Romeo, G, Ohio State
 
HONORABLE MENTION
Mitchell Lewandowski, F, Michigan State
Tyler Sheehy, F, Minnesota
Matthew Weis, F, Ohio State
Andrew Sturtz, F, Penn State
Trent Frederic, F, Wisconsin
Carson Gatt, D, Michigan State
Ryan Lindgren, D, Minnesota
Wyatt Kalynuk, D, Wisconsin
Peter Tischke, D, Wisconsin
Hayden Lavigne, G, Michigan
 
 
ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
MITCHELL LEWANDOWSKI, F, MICHIGAN STATE
Casey Mittelstadt, F, Minnesota
Linus Weissbach, F, Wisconsin
Quinn Hughes, D, Michigan
Wyatt Kalynuk, D, Wisconsin
Tommy Nappier, G, Ohio State
 
 
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Cale Morris, G, Notre Dame
 
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (Defenseman or Forward):
Trevor Hamilton, D, Penn State
 
GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR:
Cale Morris, G, Notre Dame
 
FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR:
Mitchell Lewandowski, F, Michigan State
 
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Steve Rohlik, Ohio State
 
SCORING CHAMPION:
Cooper Marody, F, Michigan
 
 
UNANIMOUS SELECTION IN ALL CAPS
 
 
Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Honorees
Sam Piazza, Michigan; Carson Gatt, Michigan State; Mike Szmatula, Minnesota; Andrew Oglevie, Notre Dame; Christian Lampasso, Ohio State; Erik Autio, Penn State; Tim Davison, Wisconsin.

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