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March 3, 2015
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Northeastern's Kevin Roy Claims Warrior Hockey Player of the Month
Terrier freshman Eichel is Top Rookie; Notre Dame's Petersen Collects Best Goalie
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Photo WARRIOR HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE MONTH
KEVIN ROY - NORTHEASTERN
Junior Forward; Lac-Beauport, Quebec
Roy registered an NCAA-leading 17 points in February, pouring in eight goals to go along with nine assists in nine games to average 1.89 points per game. Highlighting his month was a four-goal performance Feb. 13 at Matthews Arena. His eight markers tied for the lead among all skaters and helped the Huskies to a 6-3-0 record and securing the No. 6 seed in the Hockey East postseason. He factored on three game-winning goals, including the overtime winner to send Northeastern to its third consecutive Beanpot final, and recorded six multi-point contests.

Runner-up: Evan Rodrigues, Boston University (Sr., F; Etobicoke, Ontario) 9 GP, 15 pts. (8g, 7a), 2 hat tricks

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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH
JACK EICHEL - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Freshman Forward; North Chelmsford, Massachusetts
Eichel wrapped his first regular season in Hockey East by recording 15 points on three goals and 12 assists, helping the Terriers secure the regular season crown and the 30th Beanpot title in program history. He finished the month with an eight-game point streak, finishing plus-10 in nine games. The freshman racked up four multipoint nights, including a trio of games with three point. He led the league in assists (12), power-play assists (7), power-play points (8), plus-minus (plus-10), shots on goal (45) and faceoffs won (136).

Runner-up: Andrew Poturalski, New Hampshire (F; Williamsville, New York) 8 GP, 9 pts. (4g, 5a)

Pro Ambitions
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Photo STOP IT GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
CAL PETERSEN - NOTRE DAME
Freshman Goaltender; Waterloo, Iowa
Petersen lead the nation in save percentage over the month of February, kicking out pucks at a .962 clip. He stopped 279 of 290 shots, both the second-highest totals in the NCAA. The rookie claimed wins over each of the top three Hockey East teams, including a 2-0 shutout against Providence and a 55-save performance against Boston College. His 1.48 goals against average was fourth in the country as he backstopped the Irish to a 4-2-1 record to secure the No. 5 playoff seed. Petersen has also collected a Hockey East weekly honor in each of the past four weeks.

Runner-up: Jon Gillies, Providence (Jr; South Portland, Maine) 5-2-1, 1.80 GAA, .922 SV%

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