Seven other team awards were announced at the season-ending banquet on Friday night.
The duo also earned First Team Hockey East and All-New England accolades last month.
Head Coach Nate Leaman also earned the Bauer Hockey East Coach of the Year Award.
More than 300 student-athletes, coaches and staff members reflect on one of the most successful athletic campaigns in Friar history.
Gillies is the fifth goaltender in the history of Hockey East to earn multiple First Team honors.
2001-02 Played in all 38 games as a junior Led Friars in scoring with career-highs of 16 goals, 26 assists and 42 points Registered 10 multiple-point games, including two contests where he totalled a career-high four points Scored a career-high four goals in a 5-3 win at Northeastern (11/10) Named HOCKEY EAST/KOHO Offensive Player of the Week on 11/12 Recorded points in 12-straight games from 1/4 to 2/10, totaling four goals and 16 assists for 20 points Named HOCKEY EAST/KOHO Player of the Month for January Named Lou Lamoriello Award Winner as team MVP Recipient of HOCKEY EAST Len Ceglarski Sportmanship Award
2000-01 Played in 36 games as a sophomore Registered seven multiple-point games Sixth on the team in scoring with 25 points Notched the game-winning goal in an 8-5 win versus UMass-Amherst on 1/7 Recorded two goals and one assist in an 8-0 win versus Union (10/29) Played for the U.S. World Junior Team where he tied for the team lead in scoring with six goals and three assists for nine points
1999-00 Played in all 38 games as a freshman Named HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Month for December Earned HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Week honors (1/3) Named to All-Tournament Team at the Ice Breaker Tournament Named Most Valuable Player at RPI Tournament Recipient of the team's Plus/Minus Award Earned PC's most valuable freshman honor Registered eight multiple-point games Fourth on the team in scoring with 27 points Finished second on the squad with 15 goals Netted first career goal in 3-2 loss to Denver (10/24) Recorded three multiple-goal games Posted two goals, including the game winner, in 5-4 win at RPI (12/30) Drafted by the San Jose Sharks - 2000 Entry Draft, 4th round, 104th
BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played for the New England Coyotes of the EJHL (1996-1999) Captained the Coyotes (1998-99) Voted Most Valuable Player of the EJHL (1998-99) Earned First Team All-EJHL (1998-99) Named EJHL "Top Forward" (1998-99) Led the EJHL with 120 points (45 goals, 75 assists) in 1998-99 Named team Most Valuable Player (1998-99) Two-time EJHL All-Star (1997-99) Graduated from So. Windsor High School (1999) Participated in the USA Hockey Select 16 & 17 Festivals (1997-98)
PERSONAL NAME: Jonathan D. DiSalvatore BIRTHDATE: March 30, 1981 FAMILY: Son of Colombo and Karen DiSalvatore; has two brothers, Colombo and Nick, and one sister, Amy. MAJOR: Management HOBBIES: Martial arts
YEAR GP G A PTS PEN-MIN PPG SHG GWG 1999-00 38 15 12 27 6-12 3 2 3 HE 24 7 8 15 3-6 2 0 1 2000-01 36 9 16 25 9-29 3 0 1 HE 22 4 12 16 6-23 1 0 1 2001-02 38 16 26 42 3-6 6 2 2 HE 24 11 17 28 0-0 3 1 2 TOTALS 112 40 54 94 18-47 12 4 6 HE 70 22 37 59 9-29 6 1 4
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