Ehn, playing for Air Force was perhaps the least known of the ten finalists for the 2007 Hobey Baker Award, but he took the college hockey world by storm in 2006-07. The Dexter, MI native was instrumental in helping to guide the Falcons to their first ever Atlantic Hockey Championship and bid into the NCAA Tournament after moving over from the CHA. He was recently named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year and was a unanimous selection to the All-Conference First Team.
Ehn currently ranks second in the nation with 64 points (24 goals, 40 assists), as well as in points per game (1.60) and plus/minus (+28). Ehn has been one of the nation’s most consistent point-producers this season. In 40 games this season, he has posted points in 30 of them, including 17 multi-point games.
Ehn is the first ever player from not only the Air Force Academy but from either of the U.S. military academies to be named as a Hobey Baker finalist. In addition, he is the just fourth player outside of the four major conferences and the first in two years to be chosen as a finalist.