Congratulations to Jack Dugan, who currently plays hockey for Providence College, on being named to the American Hockey Coaches Association All-American team. Dugan collected 52 points this season with 10 goals and 42 assists and led Division I men’s hockey in points, assists, and power play points (22). He was also a 2020 Hobey Baker top ten finalist. Dugan started his high school hockey career at McQuaid Jesuit. He led McQuaid to a state championship victory in 2015, his junior year, tallying 65 points in 24 games. He was named New York State Player of the Year. The forward moved on to Northwood School for two years in Lake Placid, New York, before being drafted by the Las Vegas Golden Knights in 2017 in the fifth round. He headed to Providence to play college hockey, where he reached the Frozen Four in 2019, his freshman year. Click here for the article on Pickin’ Splinters. Congratulations, Jack!