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Week of November 17, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
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DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#9 TREVOR MINGOIA, PROVIDENCE
(Jr., F; Fairport, N.Y.)


Trevor Mingoia tallied two assists for No. 16 Providence College as the Friars shutout No. 10 Vermont, 3-0, Friday. Over the course of the weekend, the junior forward launched seven shots on net and buried one of them for a power-play goal in the Friars' 2-1 loss to the Catamounts on Saturday.
photo#21 NOLAN STEVENS, NORTHEASTERN
(Fr. F; Sea Isle City, N.J.)


Stevens scored the game-winning goal to helpNortheastern win its first game of the season, 2-1, against New Hampshire Saturday night. The goal, assisted by his older brother, John, was the first of Nolan's collegiate career. Nolan also assisted on the Huskies' first goal of the evening to log his first collegiate multi-point game.
photo1 MIKE SANTAGUIDA, VERMONT
(So. G; Mississauga, Ont.)


Santaguida stopped 41 of 42 shots he faced over the weekend, posting a .976 save percentage in a two appearances at No. 16 Providence College. The Canadian netminder made 32 saves in a 2-1 victory Saturday night, including kicking out a 14-shot flurry in the third period to preserve two points for the Catamounts.

Week of November 10, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#18 TREVOR GERLING, UCONN
(Sr., F; Seattle, Wash.)


Gerling tied his career high with four points (2g, 2a) Saturday to help UConn skate to a 4-4 tie at No. 5 Boston University, finishing the night with a plus-two rating. In Wednesday's 1-0 victory over No. 3 Boston College, the first-ever meeting between the two programs, the senior forward generated a team-high five shots on net for the Huskies.
photo#9 JACK EICHEL, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Fr. F; North Chelmsford, Mass.)


Eichel earns his second Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week honors after scoring a game-tying goal in the third period at No. 3 Boston College and posting a plus-three rating in No. 5 Boston University's 5-3 victory Friday. Eichel followed up that performance Saturday night as the freshman forward tallied three primary assists in the Terriers 4-4 tie with UConn at Agganis Arena.
photo#31 ROB NICHOLS, UCONN
(So. G; Dallas, Texas)


Sophomore goaltender and Dallas native Nichols posted his first shutout of the season and third of his career as UConn knocked off No. 3 Boston College, 1-0, Wednesday. In the Huskies home opener at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut, Nichols turned away all 35 shots, including a 16-shot barrage in the second period. Nichols came back to make 30 saves Saturday night as the Huskies earned a 4-4 tie at No. 5 Boston University.

Week of November 3, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#17 CHRIS MANICCIA, UMASS LOWELL
(So., F; St. Catharines, Ont.)


Maniccia recorded five points (3G, 2A) and a plus-five rating in UMass Lowell's weekend sweep of New Hampshire. On Saturday, the sophomore forward tallied a career-high four points and his first career hattrick in the River Hawks' 8-2 win at the Tsongas Center.
photo#39 LIAM PECARARO, MAINE
(Fr. F; Canton, Mass.)


Pecararo notched his first collegiate points with a goal and two assists in Maine's weekend sweep of UMass. He had a pair of assists in Maine's overtime win on Friday and followed up by scoring a goal in the third period Saturday night to tie the game at 2-2. The Black Bears went on to win that contest, 3-2.
photo#32 JON GILLIES, PROVIDENCE
(Jr. G; South Portland, Maine)


Providence College went 1-1-0 in its weekend series against sixth-ranked Boston University, thanks in part to Gillies' back-to-back 37 save performances. On Saturday night, the junior netminder stood tall especially in the third period, where he made 17 of his 37 saves to help the Friars down the Terriers in their first loss of the season. Gillies finished the weekend with a 2.54 GAA, .937 Sv.%, and 74 saves over two games.

Week of October 27, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#14 ADAM GILMOUR, BOSTON COLLEGE
(So., F; Hanover, Mass.)


Gilmour registered two helpers for the Eagles in a 6-2 win over Colorado College Friday night. The sophomore forward also netted a pair of 5-on- 3 goals, including the game-winning strike, and tallied an assist against UMass Saturday to complete a five-point weekend.
photo#32 HENRY DILL, MASSACHUSETTS
(Fr. G; Columbus, Ohio)


In the first two Hockey East starts of his career, Dill kicked out a total of 69 shots, and posted a 2.51 GAA and a .932 save percentage, helping the Minutemen to 1-1-0 weekend on the road. He also backstopped UMass to its first Hockey East win of the year after making 42 saves en route to a 3-2 victory at Northeastern, and earned first star honors for his performance.
photo#29 MATT O'CONNOR, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr. G; Toronto, Ont.)


O'Connor anchored Boston University in net as the Terriers swept the weekend in a pair of close games against two Big Ten rivals at Agganis Arena. The junior netminder picked up his first career shutout with a 29-save performance in a 1-0 victory Friday night over Michigan State. He then stopped 38 shots Saturday to backstop the Terriers to a 3-2 victory over No. 14 Michigan.

Week of October 20, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#16 STEVEN IACOBELLIS, MASSACHUSETTS
(So., F; Port Coquitlam, B.C.)


Iacobellis factored in all four of UMass' goals in a 4-3 come-from-behind win Saturday night at Michigan State, posting a career-high four points on two goals and two assists. The sophomore forward scored the game-tying goal late in the third period, and set up the game-winning goal with 9.9 seconds left in regulation. Iacobellis also turned in a plus-three rating over the weekend series against the Spartans.
photo#18 ANDREW POTURALSKI, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Fr. F; Williamsville, N.Y.)


Poturalski recorded his first collegiate points in a 5-1 win over No. 10 Michigan in Ann Arbor on Friday night. The rookie forward dished out an assist, and scored on a one-timer in the third period. He finished the weekend with a plus-two rating, as the Wildcats split the series with the Wolverines..
photo#4 TEDDY DOHERTY, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr. D; Hopkinton, Mass.)


Junior defenseman Doherty registered his second-career three-point performance after scoring the game-winning goal, and adding a pair of assists in Boston College's 6-2 win at RIT. Doherty also finished the game with a plus-four rating.

Week of October 13, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#8 JONATHAN TURK, VERMONT
(Jr., F; Calgary, Alta.)


Jonathan Turk scored a hat trick and added an assist for a four-point effort in a 6-2 win over No. 16 Northeastern Saturday night. The junior forward posted a plus-4 rating in the victory, and his first tally stood up as the game-winning goal.
photo#26 BRIAN PINHO, PROVIDENCE
(Fr. F; North Andover, Mass.)


Playing in his first two games as a Friar, Pinho netted a goal in each game over a weekend split on the road against Ohio State. On Saturday night, he scored on a quick wrist shot with just 45 seconds remaining in overtime in a 2-1 win for the Friars, giving Hockey East three points in the Big Ten/Hockey East Challenge.
photo#32 RASMUS TIRRONEN, MERRIMACK
(Sr. G; Espoo, Finland)


Senior netminder Rasmus Tirronen shut the door on Holy Cross this past weekend and helped the Merrimack Warriors start the season off with two victories. Logging 119:57 in ice time, Tirronen turned away 49 of the 52 shots he faced (.942 SV%) and owns a 1.50 GAA out of the gate.

Week of October 6, 2014
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
DEFENSIVE PLAYER Hockey East
photo#2 AHTI OKSANEN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr., F; Kirkkonummi, Finland)


On Saturday, Oksanen made a splash in his debut at forward after spending his first two seasons on defense for the Terriers. The Finnish native recorded four goals in the first 25 minutes of BU's 12-1 exhibition victory over St. Thomas (New Brunswick) on Oct. 4 at Agganis Arena.
photo#9 JACK EICHEL, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Fr. F; North Chelmsford, Mass.)


Eichel, a freshman forward, made his first appearance in a BU jersey in front of his home crowd on Oct. 4. In his first-ever collegiate contest, the Massachusetts native earned five primary assists for the Terriers in a 12-1 exhibition win against St. Thomas (New Brunswick).
photo#27 ZACK KAMRASS, UMASS LOWELL
(Sr. D; Atlanta, Ga.)


Allowed only three goals in two games at the NCAA East Regional in Bridgeport, Connecticut, stopping all 37 shots in 4-0 shutout of Quinnipiac.

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