Boston College is once again among the top contenders to win college hockey’s national championship, and one major reason for the team’s success this season has been the incredible offensive performance from junior forward Johnny Gaudreau.
Gaudreau leads the nation in scoring with 40 points (19 goals, 21 assists) in 21 games, and his line, which includes Bill Arnold and Kevin Hayes, is one of the toughest trios for opposing teams to defend.
Gaudreau was selected with the 104th pick (fourth round) in the 2011 NHL draft by the Calgary Flames, and he’s arguably the team’s top prospect among wingers.
Check out the video above for a feature on Gaudreau’s stellar 2013-14 season with the Eagles so far.
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