March 7, 2001

Notre Dame, Ind. – Notre Dame senior left wing Dan Carlson (Sr., Edina, Minn.) was chosen as an honorable mention selection to the Central Collegiate Hockey Association’s All-Conference Team.

The 5-10, 180-pound forward finished the season as Notre Dame’s leading scorer with 17 goals and 25 assists for 42 points.

In 28 CCHA games, Carlson was tied for second with 17 goals scored and added 16 assists for 33 points which ranked him ninth in the league. His +13 rating in CCHA games tied him for third in that category.

Carlson closed out his career ranked 20th on Notre Dame’s all-time scoring list with 52 career goals and 80 assists for 132 points. He is also fourth all-time with six shorthanded goals, 13th in power play goals (19) and tied for eight with nine game winning goals.

He also played in more games than any other Notre Dame hockey player (158) missing just two games when he participated in the World Junior Championships as a member of the U.S. Junior National Team.

Carlson was also selected to the CCHA All-Academic Team for his work in the classroom where he has a 3.49 grade point average with a double major in finance and computer applications. One of Notre Dame’s alternate captains this season, Carlson has been named to the Dean’s List in five consecutive semesters.

The 2000-01 CCHA All-Conference Teams

First Team

Name Class Position Team

David Brisson So. Forward Nebraska-Omaha

Mike Cammalleri So. Forward Michigan

Andy Hilbert So. Forward Michigan

Jeff Jillson Jr. Defense Michigan

Greg Zanon So. Defense Nebraska-Omaha

Ryan Miller So. Goaltender Michigan State

Second Team

Name Class Position Team

Mike Bishai Jr. Forward Western Michigan

Jason Deskins Sr. Forward Miami

David Gove Sr. Forward Western Michigan

Andrew Hutchinson Jr. Defense Michigan State

John-Michael Liles So. Defense Michigan State

Josh Blackburn Jr. Goaltender Michigan

Phil Osaer Jr. Goaltender Ferris State

Honorable Mention

Alaska-Fairbanks: Daniel Carriere, D, Bowling Green: Greg Day, F, Michigan State: Rustyn Dolyny, F, Northern Michigan: Sean Connolly, D, Jimmy Jackson, D, Notre Dame: DAN CARLSON, F.