Commissioners Club
Hockey East Player of the Month Sammy Davis of Boston University
Sammy Davis Named Hockey East Player of the Month
Mueller Earns Best Rookie Honors; Myers Is Top Goaltender


Sammy Davis - Boston University
Junior Forward; Pembroke, Mass.

Davis led all of Hockey East, and tied for third nationally, with 14 points in February thanks to six goals and a leaguebest eight assists. Her 1.75 points per game was also best in Hockey East. No player had more game-winning goals (2) or a better plus-minus (+10) in February than Davis. She also led the conference with three three-point efforts and four multi-point contests. A league-high 11 of her 14 points came at even strength. Her overtime-winning goal lifted BU to its first Beanpot title since 1981. In addition, one of her three-point games came against No. 3 Northeastern in the Beanpot semifinals.

Runner-up: Taylor Wenczkowski, New Hampshire


Alina Mueller - Northeastern
Forward; Winterthur, Switzerland

Mueller paced all WHEA rookies, and tied for first among national freshmen, in scoring during February with 13 points (5-8-13) in eight games as Northeastern clinched the Hockey East regular season title for the second time in program history. She also tied for the point lead in league play (10). Mueller's eight February assists tied for the league lead, while her four power-play assists led all WHEA skaters. Mueller notched at least a point in seven of eight February games, including three multi-point performances. On Feb. 21, she became the eighth Northeastern skater to be named a Top 10 Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist.

Runner-up: Cayla Barnes, Boston College


Madison Myers - Providence
Senior; Colchester, Vermont

Myers started all eight games for the Friars in February and tied for first among all league netminders with five wins. She played more minutes (487:57) and made more saves (196) than all other goaltenders and her .942 save percentage and 1.48 goals against average was tops among all goalies that started more than three outings across the month. She posted one shutout and turned in six 20-plus save performances, including a season-high of 31 on Feb. 1 at Merrimack. She also toppled two ranked opponents in No. 3 Northeastern (Feb. 17) and No. 8 Boston University (Feb. 23.)

Runner-up: Corinne Schroeder, Boston University