National champion North Dakota and Michigan each had four players honored on the 2016 All-USCHO teams.
Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player Drake Caggiula led the way for the Fighting Hawks as a first-team selection. Two teammates were on the second team and one made the third team.
Hobey Baker Award winner Jimmy Vesey of Harvard repeated as a first-team forward, while second-teamer Sam Anas, a Quinnipiac forward, and third-teamer Matt Grzelcyk, a Boston University defenseman, also returned to the teams.
Here are the All-USCHO teams, with links to player statistics pages:
• Forward Drake Caggiula, North Dakota senior
• Forward Kyle Connor, Michigan freshman
• Forward Jimmy Vesey, Harvard senior
• Defenseman Ethan Prow, St. Cloud State senior
• Defenseman Jake Walman, Providence sophomore
• Goaltender Alex Lyon, Yale junior
• Forward Sam Anas, Quinnipiac junior
• Forward Brock Boeser, North Dakota freshman
• Forward Tyler Motte, Michigan junior
• Defenseman Will Butcher, Denver junior
• Defenseman Zach Werenski, Michigan sophomore
• Goaltender Cam Johnson, North Dakota sophomore
• Forward JT Compher, Michigan junior
• Forward Kalle Kossila, St. Cloud State senior
• Forward Zac Lynch, Robert Morris senior
• Defenseman Matt Grzelcyk, Boston University senior
• Defenseman Troy Stecher, North Dakota junior
• Goaltender Kevin Boyle, UMass-Lowell junior
The NCHC led the way with seven selections, while the Big Ten had four — all from Michigan.
All-USCHO teams were selected by USCHO staff members during the Frozen Four.
Individual awards for player, rookie and coach of the year will be announced later this week.