The Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) today announced the members of the All League teams for the truncated 2019-20 season. Two Lakers were among the 24 honourees: Max Humitz and Louis Boudon.
Humitz, who served as co-captain with Collin Saccoman this season, had a career year, posting 22 goals and 13 assists for 35 points. He became the second Laker in as many years to eclipse the 100 point mark, doing so with a goal against Alaska Anchorage. Humitz finishes his career in Sault Ste. Marie with 111 points, the most for any Laker since joining the WCHA.
The native of Livonia was a third team selection last season and a rookie team pick in 2017.
Boudon, who played on a line with Humitz for most of the season, racked up 6 goals and 21 assists for 27 points. He finished in the top 10 nationally among rookies in scoring. Boudon, who hails from Grenoble, France, finished 4 points behind Minnesota State’s Lucas Sowder for the league lead and was third on the Lakers in total points, after Humitz and Ashton Calder.
In addition, Boudon was named the February Rookie of the Month and also garnered two Rookie of the Week accolades from the league.
Minnesota State and Bemidji State dominated the teams, with 7 players from the Mavericks and 6 from the Beavers.