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Bruins draftee Ryan Donato named a top-ten finalist for Hobey Baker Award

The award, given to the top college hockey player in the US, is a great honor for those who receive it.

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Per the Harvard Crimson, Ryan Donato has been nominated as a top-ten finalist to receive the Hobey Baker Award, created in 1981 to recognize college hockey’s top player.

Donato has been a force this season, scoring 6 points in 5 Olympic matches in Pyeongchang, South Korea while in the midst of his junior season at Harvard. Donning Crimson, Donato’s stat line reads 41 points in 28 games this season alone and 102 points in 96 games over his three years at the Ivy League school.

Congrats to Ryan on the nomination!

Read the full release here, and visit the Crimson’s twitter page for ways to vote Ryan4Hobey!