|It seems like Johnny Gaudreau started accumulating awards as soon as he stepped on the ice for the Eagles in 2011. In his freshman year, Johnny was named to the All-Hockey East Association rookie-team, CollegeHockeyNews.com rookie-team, was Hockey Commissioners’ Association National Rookie of the Month (March/April 2012), 2012 Hockey East All-Tournament, 2012 Hockey East Most Valuable Player, recipient of the Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award, 3 x Hockey East Rookie of the Month (October, February, March), 2012 Beanpot Most Valuable Player, not to mention he was part of the 2012 national champion team.
As a sophomore, Johnny not only played for the World Junior Championship, but he was also one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, was named All-USCHO.com first-team, American Hockey Coaches Association All-America East first- team, CollegeHockeyNews.com All-America East first-team, Hockey East Association Player of the Year, recipient of the Leonard Fowle Award as New England MVP, recipient of the Herb Gallagher Award as the region’s top forward, All-Hockey East first team, All-New England, shared the Normal F. Daily Memorial Award with teammate Steven Whitney for the program’s most valuable player, and was Hockey East Player of the Month in November.
That’s not all - in his last year at BC, Johnny was awarded the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, was American Hockey Coaches Association All-America first-team, recipient of the Walter Brown Award for best American-born college hockey player in New England, recipient of the Leonard Fowle Award for New England MVP, Herb Gallagher Award for New England’s top forward, co-Eagle of the Year - the top honor as a Boston College student-athlete,and was the second Eagle in history to be honored twice as recipient of the Norman F. Dailey Award as BC’s most valuable player. He was also Hockey East Player of the year, All-Hockey East first team, and New England Men’s Division I All-Star. In 2013, Johnny earned a gold medal with the U.S. National Junior Team at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships in Ufa, Russia, where he was named one of Team USA’s top three players of the tournament and was voted to the media all-star team after finishing as the tournament’s leading scorer.
Johnny leaves Boston College as the 10th-most prolific scorer in Boston College hockey history in just 3 seasons with the Eagles. He now plays for the Calgary Flames where he wears number 53. Bid now for your chance to own former number 13’s game-worn white Under Armour® jersey!
The jersey is size 44 and was worn doing the 2013-2014 season. Normal wear and tear.