|Hockey East Player of the Year|
|Given for||A player that has demonstrated superior play and leadership for his team.|
|Most recent||Cale Makar|
The Hockey East Player of the Year is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the Hockey East regular season to the best player in the conference as voted by the coaches of each Hockey East team.
The Player of the Year was first awarded in 1985 and every year thereafter.
Three players (Greg Brown, Chris Drury, and Johnny Gaudreau) have received the award two separate times, all doing so in consecutive years. The award as been shared three times, in 1999–00, 2002–03 and in 2015–16. (as of 2016)
Winners by school
Winners by position
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