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Wisconsin junior goaltender Bernd Bruckler won the Spike
Carlson MVP Award at the men's hockey team's annual banquet Saturday in Madison.
An All-American, Bruckler set several school records,
including a 2.09 goals-against average and a .924 save percentage. He was a
first-team all-Western Collegiate Hockey Association selection and was the Most
Outstanding Player at the NCAA East Regional in Albany, N.Y.
Several other Wisconsin players were honored at the
Most Improved Player: freshman defenseman Matt Olinger
Most Competitive Player: sophomore forward Adam Burish
Scholastic Award: senior forward Rene Bourque
7th-Man Award: sophomore forward John Funk
Most Consistent Player: sophomore forward Ryan MacMurchy
Community Service Award: senior defenseman Dan Boeser