HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Maureen Murphy - Providence
Sophomore Forward; Buffalo, New York
Murphy helped Providence to a perfect 8-0-0 record in
November, scoring five of the Friars' game-winning goals
in the month, a total that lead all NCAA players. In total,
she netted eight goals and six assists for 14 points, tied
for the most goals and second-most points of any WHEA
player in the month. She racked up four multi-point games,
including two outings with three points. Currently, Murphy
ranks fourth in the nation in goals per game (0.88), sixth
in points per game (1.62), first in shorthanded goals (3)
and first in game-winning strikes (7).
Runner-up: Jesse Compher, BU
PRO AMBITIONS CO-ROOKIES OF THE MONTH
Alina Mueller - Northeastern
Forward; Winterthur, Switzerland
Mueller picks up her second consecutive Pro Ambitions
Rookie of the Month award after earning 14 points
on eight goals and six assists in seven contests in November.
She recorded at least one point in each game
as she helped Northeastern to the #3 ranking in the
country, the highest mark ever since the Huskies joined
Women's Hockey East. She tied for the WHEA lead with
eight tallies and scored two game-winning markers.
Chloe Aurard - Northeastern Forward; Villard-de-Lans, France
Aurard paced all WHEA players with 15 points on
seven goals and eight assists in just seven games
in November. She picked up at least one point
in all seven outings and had multiple points in
six appearances. Aurard's eight helpers and five
power-play points were tied for the most among all
WHEA skaters, while her plus-12 rating was also
tops among all league players.
HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
Madison Myers - Providence
Senior; Colchester, Vermont
Myers posted a flawless 8-0-0 record on the month,
compiling wins in each start she made for the Friars. The
senior netminder kicked out 167 shots she faced and
picked up the league's best November goals against average
at 1.25. Her .944 save percentage was the best of
any league goalie that played at least 50% of her team's
minutes. She allowed one goal or fewer in six of the eight
games she started in November and posted one shutout.
Her 1.22 GAA on the season ranks second in the NCAA
and is fourth in save percentage with a .948.
Runner-up: Aerin Frankel, NU