Hockey East Player of the Month Alina Mueller of Northeastern
Alina Mueller Named Hockey East Player of the Month
Bilka Earns Best Rookie Honors; Schroeder Is Top Goaltender


Alina Mueller - Northeastern
Sophomore Forward; Wintherthur, Switzerland

Through the Huskies first six games, Mueller leads all of Hockey East with 15 points off four goals and 11 assists. In October, the sophomore from Winterthur, Switzerland tallied back-to-back Hockey East Player of the Week honors, giving her four career nominations in just two years at Northeastern. Mueller currently leads Hockey East in point scoring, with 2.50 points per game. She is also tied for first in assist scoring with 1.83 assists per game. Additionally, Mueller is tied for sixth nationally with 15 points and ranks ninth in the country in assists per game. She also factored in on three game-winning goals, scoring twice.

Runner-up: Maude Poulin-Labelle, Vermont


Hannah Bilka - Boston College
Forward; Coppell, Texas

Finished the first month of the season with a league-leading 10 goals and four assists for 14 points, both most among her first-year peers. Her 14 points sat second in the league and tied for ninth in the nation. Bilka had three game-winning goals, tied for tops in the country and was a plus-11, second overall among all league forwards. Nationally, Bilka led or tied for first nationally among in points (14), goals (10), power-play goals (4), power-play points (5), game-winning goals (3), short-handed goals (1), hat tricks (1), and shots on goal (37).

Runner-up: Tamara ThiƩrus, New Hampshire


Corinne Schroeder - Boston University
Junior; Elm Creek, Manitoba

Among netminders who have played more than two games, Schroeder (4-0-1) leads the NCAA in save percentage (.956) and is second in goals-against average (1.18), with that GAA also leading Hockey East. Schroeder has yet to allow more than two goals in a single game this season, highlighted by a 38-save shutout at UConn on Oct. 18 to give BU a 1-0 victory. Only three of the six goals she has allowed this year have been at even strength. Schroeder has been particularly strong in the third period, stopping 47 of the 48 shots she has faced in the final frame for a .979 save percentage, which ranks second in the country among goalies who have played at least three games.

Runner-up: Loryn Porter, Maine