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December 1, 2011
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MONTHLY HONORS: PC's TIM SCHALLER TABBED AS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER
~UNH's Grayson Downing named Top Rookie; UML's Doug Carr earns Top Goalie honor ~
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Photo ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Tim Schaller – Providence College
Junior Forward; Merrimack, N.H.
Schaller scored five power-play goals, one short-handed goal and one game-winning goal in November to lead the Friars to a 4-3 record (2-1 Hockey East) with eight points (7g,1a) in seven games. Scored his first career hat trick on November 4 against Vermont at Schneider Arena. He was named Hockey East Player of the Week (11/7) and earned Hockey East Weekly Top Performer honors (11/14)

Runner-up: Stevie Moses, UNH (Sr., F, Leominster, Mass.) 8GP, 12 pts. (8g,4a)
Athletic Republic
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Photo HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
Doug Carr - UMass Lowell
Sophomore Goaltender; Hanover, Mass.
Carr was a perfect 5-0-0 in November with two shutouts. The second-year netminder stopped 112-of-119 (.941) shots to record a 1.40 GAA in 300 minutes of action. Carr eclipsed 30 or more saves twice, helped UMass Lowell record its first sweep of the Black Bears in Orono since 1985 and became the first River Hawk to post consecutive shutouts since 2007. He is currently carrying a consecutive scoreless minutes streak of 128:08. Carr also tallied an assist at Maine on Nov. 12.

Runner-up: Joe Cannata, MC (Sr., Wakefield, Mass.) 3-0-1, 1.20 GAA, .950 save percentage
Hockey East
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH
Grayson Downing - New Hampshire
Freshman Forward; Abbottsford, B.C.
Downing recorded nine points (5g,4a) in seven November games; other statistics included a .385 shooting percentage, one powerplay goal and a +3 rating. He ranked first on the team in shooting percentage and second in goals. Downing tallied a point in four of seven games with three multiple-point efforts. He tallied personal bests in goals (two), assists (two) and points (four) Nov. 22 at Harvard. He followed that with a two-point performance (1g, 1a) against Alabama-Huntsville. Downing opened November with two points (1g, 1a) against UMass.

Runner-up: Scott Wilson, UML (F, Oakville, Ont.) 5GP, 8 pts. (4g,4a)
Pro Ambitions
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