Three members of the Gophers men's hockey team have received CCM Hockey/ACHA Division I All America honors.
Reilly has become the first Gopher named First Team All-American since 2009.
Reilly was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and was also selected a First Team All-Big Ten selection. The sophomore led all Big Ten defensemen and ranked among the top-10 defensemen nationally with nine goals, 23 assists and 32 points.
Wilcox was the Big Ten player and Goaltender of the Year. He was also a First Team All-Big Ten selection. The sophomore ranked second nationally in save percentage (.930) and goals against average (1.86). He was also third nationally in wins (26).
Wilcox was a also finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and the Mike Richter Award.
Rau was A Second Team All-Big Ten honoree. He leads the team with 39 points (14 goals, 25 assists) this season.
- Minnesota had the most hockey All-Americans with four. In addition to the three Gophers, Brainerd native Josh Archibald, who is a junior forward at Nebraska-Omaha was recognized with the honor as well.
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