|ALEX CARPENTER - BOSTON COLLEGE
Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.
Carpenter recorded 18 points in seven games during the month of
October, including seven multiple-point outings and scored at least one
goal in all but one game. The North Reading, Massachusetts native
is tops in the nation in points per game with 2.57 and leads Hockey
East in points (18), goals (8), and assists (10). A junior returning
from a year spent with the U.S. Women's Olympic Ice Hockey Team,
Carpenter has helped the Eagles to a 7-0-1 start to the season and
a No. 1 ranking in the NCAA.
|REBECCA LESLIE - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Fr. F; Ottawa, Ont.
Leslie lead all Hockey East rookies in points (7) and assists (4)
during October and her three goals tied for the league lead among
freshmen point-getters. Currently, Leslie is averaging a point per
game through the Terriers' first eight match-ups. The first-year forward
scored two goals at then-top-ranked Minnesota in her second
collegiate contest Oct. 4, and has only been held without a point in
two tilts. Leslie has also factored on two game-winning goals and
boasted a plus-7 ranking for the month.
|MEGHANN TREACY - MAINE
Sr. G; Lake Peekskill, N.Y.
Treacy has backstopped the Black Bears to the top of the Hockey
East standings in October, helping Maine to a 3-1-1 record within the
league. The senior netminder has stopped 275 of 293 shots seen
for a .929 save percentage over 522:46 played. Treacy also helped
her team to a 4-2 victory over No. 6 Boston University with a 41-save
performance and has started five of her nine games against top-ten