Boston College prolific scorer Johnny Gaudreau is 2014 Hobey Baker Award winner, college hockey's most famous individual award. Gaudreau just completed his junior year and finished with 36 goals and 80 points. 

After picking up the trophy, Gaudreau is headed for the NHL. He will pass up his senior year and sign with the Calgary Flames of the NHL. He may play in their season finale game this weekend. The Flames drafted him in the 4th round of the draft.

Gaudreau beat out two other finalists - Nic Dowd from St. Cloud State and Greg Carey from St. Lawrence University.

Gaudreau is the first winner from Boston College since Mike Mottau in 2000.

University of Maine hockey claims two Hobey Baker Award winners - 1992 Scott Pellerin and 1993 Paul Kariya.