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November 28, 2011
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~BU topples Cornell in OT at MSG; Vermont wins pair; Maine edges Clarkson ~
(Sophomore Forward; Essex, Mass.)
Ferriero recorded his first-career two-goal game, including the game-winner on Friday night at No. 11 Michigan. He tallied three shots on goal with a +2 rating against the Wolverines. Athletic Republic
(Junior Defenseman; Manorille, N.Y.)
Moses scored five goals in two games, including a career-high four goals on Saturday night against Alabama Huntsville. Moses had 10 shots on net and was a +3 on the week. Athletic Republic
(Freshman Forward; Sylvan Lake, Alta.)
Reynolds recorded his first career multi-goal game with two tallies against Massachusetts on Tuesday, which included the game-winner. He also added an assist against Dartmouth on Sunday. Pro Ambitions
(Freshman Goaltender; Brunswick, Maine)
Registered 31 saves (.939 save%) in his collegiate debut, a 3-2 win at Yale on Saturday night at Ingalls Rink. Hockey East
The Huskies picked up their first non-conference win of the year with a convincing 4-1 victory at No. 11 Michigan on Friday night at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor. Northeastern scored all four goals in the final two periods and went 1-for-3 on the power play.  
Athletic Republic Co-Players of the Week Cody Ferriero and Stevie Moses
At the conclusion of each Hockey East game, the " Army ROTC Three Stars of The Game" are selected. Here are the 2011-2012 season leaders to date:
Rk. Name Cl. Pos. School
1. Chris Kreider Jr. F BC
2. Chris Rawlings Jr. G NU
3. Bill Arnold So. F BC
4. Wade Megan Jr. F BU
5. Mike Collins So. F MC
  Kieran Millan Sr. G BU
  Matt Nieto So. F BU


Barry Almeida, BC (Sr., F, Springfield, Mass.) Recorded two points (1g,1a) in leading BC to a 3-2 come-from-behind win at Yale (Nov. 25).

Derek Army, PC (So., F, North Kingstown, R.I.) Scored one goal against Miami and had one assist versus Princeton.

Brett Bruneteau, UVM (Jr., F, Omaha, Neb.) Had three assists in two games against No. 15 Colgate and Dartmouth over the weekend.

Joe Cannata, MC (Sr., G, Wakefield, Mass.) Stopped all 13 shots for his sixth career shutout and 50th career win

Doug Carr, UML (So., G, Hanover, Mass.) Made 20 saves against the Chargers to record his second consecutive shutout.

Grayson Downing, UNH (Fr., F, Abbottsford, B.C.) Registered six points (3g,3a) in two games this week.

Ross Gaudet, BU (Jr., F, Burlington, Mass.) Scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lead BU past No. 17 Cornell at Red Hot Hockey.

Kevin Goumas, UNH (So., F, Long Beach, N.Y.) Registered six points during the week with two goals and four assists.

John Henrion, UNH (Jr., F, Holden, Mass.) Had six assists over the week with a career-high four assists on Tuesday vs. Harvard. Had eight shots (+3).

Chris Kreider, BC (Jr., F, Boxford, Mass.) Scored the game-winning goal with 38.8 seconds left in the third period in BC's 3-2 win at Yale (Nov. 25).

Drew MacKenzie, UVM (Sr., D, New Canaan, Conn.) Scored two points (1g,1a) on the week, including a goal on Sunday against Dartmouth.

Matt Mangene, Maine (Jr., F, Miller Place, N.Y.) Scored a goal and added an assist in Maine's 4-3 win over Clarkson.

Kieran Millan, BU (Sr., G, Edmonton, Alta.) Stopped 23 of the 24 shots he faced to pick up the win in a 2-1 OT victory vs. No. 17 Cornell Saturday.

Braden Pimm, NU (So., F, Fort St. John, B.C.) Recorded his first-career three-point game (1g,2a) in the victory at Michigan on Friday.

Chris Rawlings, NU (Jr., G, North Delta, B.C.) Won his third-straight game this season via 33 saves at Michigan.

Steve Quailer, NU (Jr., F, Arvada, Colo.) Tallied his first-career three-point (1g,2a) game for Northeastern at No. 11 Michigan.

Adam Shemansky, Maine (Jr., F, Robbinsville, N.J.) Scored two goals in Maine's 4-3 win over Clarkson on Saturday night.

Nick Sorkin, UNH (So., F, Rockville, Md.) Handed out six assists last week with a career-high five assists on Saturday night against Alabama Huntsville.

Sebastian Stalberg, UVM (Jr., F, Gothenburg, Sweden) Scored twice in Vermont's 5-3 win over Dartmouth Sunday and added an assist on Tuesday.

Dan Sullivan, Maine (So., G, York, Pa.) Stopped 30 shots in Maine's 4-3 victory over Clarkson.

Jesse Todd, MC (Sr., F, Calgary, Alta.) Tallied a goal and an assist, giving him 80 career points.

Connor Toomey, MC (Fr., F, Billerica, Mass.) Scored two goals, including the game-winner, against Alabama-Huntsville

Trevor van Riemsdyk, UNH (Fr., D, Middletown, N.J.) Tallied five points (1g,4a) during the week and was a +6 on the weekend with five shots on net.

Scott Wilson, UML (Fr., F, Oakville, Ont.) Tallied two points (1g,1a) against Alabama-Huntsville.



Joe Cannata , MC (Wakefield, Mass.) Notched his 50th career win with sixth career shutout

Doug Carr, UML (Hanover, Mass.) Is first UML goalie to record back-to-back shutouts since Carter Hutton in 2007

Joey Diamond, MAINE (Long Beach, N.Y.) Has a career-high five-game point streak

Quinn Gould, MC (Ft. McMurray , Alta .) Tallied his first collegiate goal vs. UAH Wednesday

Kevin Goumas, UNH (LONG BEACH, N.Y.) Has nine points (2g,7a) in his four-game point streak

Clayton Jardine, MC (Lacombe, Alta .) Recorded his first career goal on Wednesday vs. UAH

Rob Madore (Sr., G, Pittsburgh, Pa.) Trails Joe Fallon by just 44 saves for 2nd on the all-time saves list

Kieran Millan, BU (Edmonton, Alta .) Has allowed two goals over his last 182:48 in goal

Stevie Moses, UNH (LEOMINSTER, MASS.) Scored a career-high four goals for his first collegiate hat trick on Saturday night against Alabama Huntsville.

Michael Paliotta , UVM (Westport, Conn.) Scored his first career goal Sunday vs. Dartmouth

Elliott Sheen, MC (Lethbridge, Alta .) Played in his 100th career game on Wednesday vs. UAH

Nick Sorkin, UNH (Rockville, Md.) Had a career-high five assists on Saturday against UAH

Sebastian Stalberg , UVM (Gothenburg , Sweden ) Has 10 points in his last 11 games

Mike Wills, MC (Oakwood, Ont.) Notched their first career point in the win over UAH

Alex Vazzano, UVM (Trumbull, Conn.) Picked up his first career win on Sunday, making 23 saves in a win over Dartmouth



Boston College: BC attempted 39 shots in the team's 3-2 win at Yale (Nov. 25), marked the sixth time this season it has attempted more than 34 shots. The Eagles are 5-1-0 in those games with their lone loss coming at Notre Dame (Nov. 18)…BC went 0-for-7 with a man advantage at Yale and is 0-for-18 on the power play in the last three games…The team scored three times at Yale, snapping a string of four straight in which the Eagles were held to two goals or fewer…Barry Almeida's shorthanded goal marked his first and the team's third this winter. Almeida has two career shorthanded scores. Last December, Almeida scored a shorthanded goal in the second period of a 9-5 win at Boston University (12/3)…Chris Kreider's game-winning goal marked his team-leading 10th goal of the season. Kreider has scored in nine (of 14) games this season and has a point in 12 games...The team dressed three freshmen, Quinn Smith, Michael Sit and Danny Linell on its fourth forward line in its only game of the week at Yale on Saturday, Nov. 25. Smith, who made his collegiate debut at Notre Dame (Nov. 18) saw action for the second straight game.

Boston University: The Terriers went 4-2-0 in November after combining for just three November wins over the previous two seasons… BU enters December on a four-game win streak, its longest in over a year, as the 2010-11 team won its last four games in October…Ohio State (7) and Minnesota-Duluth (5) are the only teams in the country which are currently on a longer win streak than the Terriers…BU is now 7-0-1 in its last eight games at Madison Square Garden, dating back to 1966…Senior captain Chris Connolly (Duluth, Minn.) is only two points away from becoming the 78th player in program history to reach 100 career points…Senior Corey Trivino (Toronto, Ont.) had a five-game goal-scoring streak snapped after going scoreless at Red Hot Hockey…Trivino and sophomore Garrett Noonan (Norfolk, Mass.) have already matched their goal output from last season with eight and four tallies, respectively…The Terriers have killed off 17 of their opponents' last 18 power-play chances…BU and Cornell sold out Madison Square Garden for the third time in as many tries.

Maine: Maine defeated Clarkson 4-3 on Saturday night in a game played at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland, Maine…Stu Higgins scored Maine's first shorthanded goal of the season in the game…Junior Adam Shemansky score two goals against Clarkson, his first two-goal game since his freshman season and second of his career…Matt Mangene tallied the game-winning goal. Mangene and Brian Flynn (Lynnfield, Mass.) each have scored two game-winners for the Black Bears. Flynn was whistled for his first penalty of the season on Saturday night and just the 16th minor penalty of his four-year career…Blueliners Brice O'Connor (Londonderry, N.H.) and Nick Pryor (Woodbury, Minn.) each picked up their first points of the season on Saturday against Clarkson with assists.

Massachusetts: After going unbeaten in four straight games, UMass has now lost three straight after the loss at Vermont and at Quinnipiac…After averaging nearly 3.5 goals per game in the first 11 games, UMass has averaged just one per game in the last three…UMass snapped an 0-for-20 power play streak in the third period on Saturday at Quinnipiac…Entering the Harvard game, UMass is unbeaten in the Mullins Center this season at 4-0-2…When allowing 4 or more goals this year, UMass is 0-6-0, however, when cutting that to 3-or-fewer, UMass is 4-1-3…Holding a lead or being tied after 2 periods has also been a good omen for UMass this year as the Minutemen are 4-1-2 (0-6-1 when trailing)…UMass has struggled generating shots on goal over the last three games averaging 18.3 per game after starting the season averaging over 31 per game.

UMass-Lowell: The River Hawks blanked Alabama-Huntsville, 3-0, on Friday in the Tsongas Center in front of 2,641 fans. UMass Lowell improves to 9-1-0 all-time against the Chargers and is riding a six-game winning streak in the series. Coupled with last week's 4-0 win over Massachusetts, the results marked the first time the River Hawks have secured back-to-back shutouts since Feb. 8-16, 2007. Sophomore goaltender Doug Carr was in net for each game, making 20 saves against Alabama-Huntsville. Carr became the first UMass Lowell goalie to record consecutive shutouts since Carter Hutton (2006-10) in 2007. Carr, who improved to 6-1-0 on the year, ranks tied for second in the nation in shutouts (2), fourth in GAA (1.57) and tied for eighth in save percentage (.933). For the year, the River Hawks ranks ninth in the country in offense, scoring 3.45 goals per game. UMass Lowell also holds one of the nation's top power play units (10th), scoring on 16-of-67 opportunities (23.8%). Up next, the River Hawks engage in a home-and-home series with New Hampshire starting at the Tsongas Center on Friday.

Merrimack: The No. 1 team in the nation for the first time in school history, Merrimack rolled to a 6-0 win over Alabama-Huntsville in front of a sellout crowd of 2,489 at Lawler Arena…The Warriors, who remain the only unbeaten team in the country at 9-0-1, are the first team to enter December unbeaten for the first time since at least 1997 and likely since the 1992 Maine team that went 42-1-2…Joe Cannata picked up the shutout, his sixth of his career and 50th career win. Cannata is tied for first in the country in GAA and second in save percentage, leading Hockey East goaltenders in every category…After not receiving a point from a freshman in its first eight games, newcomers scored the first four in the Huntsville win, as Connor Toomey, Clayton Jardine, and Quinn Gould all scored, while Mike Wills and Justin Mansfield (Arlington, Mass.) each added their first career helpers…Merrimack ranks in the top 10 nationally in offense, defense, power play and penalty kill and first in HEA in defense, power play and penalty kill…Incredibly, they have scored 11 goals in the first, second and third periods…Merrimack, 12-0-1 at home in its last 13, and 30-5-3 since the beginning of the 2009-10 season, Lawler Arena has been sold out for all five games this year and 10 straight dating back to last year.

New Hampshire: UNH exploded for 15 goals over the week with a non-conference split against Harvard (7-6 loss) and Alabama Huntsville (9-1 win)...John Henrion's four assists against Harvard far best his previous high of one assist on multiple occasions and are the most by a Wildcat since Blake Kessel handed out four assists on Jan. 16, 2010 against Dartmouth...Grayson Downing had a career day with two goals and two assists for four points against Harvard on Tuesday night...Saturday night, the Wildcats scored nine goals in a game for the first time since a 9-4 win over Holy Cross on Dec. 8, 2008...Stevie Moses scored a career-high four goals for his first collegiate hat trick. He became the first UNH player since Bobby Butler did so on February 12, 2010 versus Providence...Nick Sorkin had a career-high five assists. He is the first Wildcat player to have five points or five assists in a game since Mike Sislo had a five-assist performance on Dec. 5, 2010 against Vermont.

Northeastern: The Northeastern men's hockey team passed its first non-conference test of the season with a 4-1 trouncing of No. 11 Michigan on Friday evening at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor. The Huskies pieced together their first three-game winning since the 2009-10 season and have now won their last two outings at Michigan. Northeastern downed U of M, 3-2, on Oct. 28, 2006 in its last trip to Michigan. Northeastern put together its first three-game winning streak since the 2009-10 season when the Huskies won five-straight from Feb. 2 to Feb. 19, 2010. Friday's triumph over No. 11 Michigan stood as the Huskies' first win over an opponent from the CCHA since taking out Western Michigan on Jan. 2, 2009 at the Dodge Holiday Classic. Northeastern's 12-game Hockey East stretch to open the season was the longest opening conference slate since joining the conference in 1984-85. In Steve Quailer's 90th-career game tallied his first-career three-point game, he now leads the Huskies with 11 points (4-7-11).

Providence College: Providence's participation in the Denver Cup Classic last weekend was its first in-season tournament since the 2007-08 season when the Friars played in the Great Lakes Invitational… Senior David Brown, a Colorado native, scored his second career goal Friday night at the Denver Cup…Senior Chris Rooney has one assist in four of the last five games…Stefan Demopoulos, who missed five consecutive games, scored one goal in his second game back on Saturday…Providence will play three games, including two road contests, in five days to close out the first half of the season…All three games will be against ranked teams, including a home-and-home series versus No. 1 Merrimack…The Friars are seeking their first road win since November 27, 2010 when they defeated Holy Cross…Providence is also looking for its first Hockey East road win since October 31, 2009 at UMass.

Vermont: The Catamounts had 12 players record at least one point in their 5-3 win over Dartmouth on Sunday…Vermont has now won four straight against Dartmouth, and those four contests have been decided by a total of five goals...UVM has killed off nine straight on its penalty kill and hasn't allowed a power play goal in its last four games... The Catamounts have taken only 11 penalties in their last four outings. ...Michael Paliotta becomes the fourth Vermont player to net his first goal in a Catamount jersey this season, joining Kyle Reynolds, Brett Bruneteau, and Blake Doerring...Sebastian Stalberg, Brett Bruneteau, and Anders Franzon all recorded multi-point games in the win over the Big Green...Connor Brickley scored his sixth goal of the season on Sunday for his second career game-winning goal.

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