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Week of March 23, 2015
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photo#5 ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.)


Carpenter was awarded the highest individual honor in women's college hockey Saturday afternoon when she was awarded the 2015 Patty Kazmaier Award. The junior finished the season with 81 points on 37 goals and 44 assists, while topping the nation in goals, assists, points, game-winning goals, and faceoffs won. She is the first-ever recipient of the award from Boston College and the first player to win the accolade from within Hockey East.

photo#15 EMILY FIELD, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Sr. F; Littleton, Mass.)


Field was the only Eagle to find the back of the net in Friday night's 2-1 loss to No. 3 Harvard in the 2015 Women's Frozen Four in Minnesota. Her tally cut the Crimson's lead in half with less than five minutes to go in the game, but it was not enough for the comeback. The goal was the 138th point for the senior captain, who donned the BC uniform for the last time Friday night.
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Week of March 16, 2015
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photo#5 ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.)


Carpenter, a top-three finalist for the 2015 Patty Kazmaier Award, helped lead the Boston College Eagles back to the Women's Frozen Four in a 5-1 victory over Clarkson Saturday afternoon. Carpenter scored two goals, including the game-winner, and added an assist in the contest, bringing her season point total to 81 (37g, 44a).
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr. G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt turned away 20 shots on Saturday afternoon to help backstop the Eagles to a 5-1 victory over No. 7 Clarkson to push Boston College into the Women's Frozen Four. The freshman goaltender leads the nation with a 1.08 goals against average and sits in firth place with a .942 save percentage.
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr. G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt turned away 20 shots on Saturday afternoon to help backstop the Eagles to a 5-1 victory over No. 7 Clarkson to push Boston College into the Women's Frozen Four. The freshman goaltender leads the nation with a 1.08 goals against average and sits in firth place with a .942 save percentage.

Week of March 9, 2015
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photo#29 MARIE-PHILIP POULIN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sr. F; Beauceville, Que.)


Poulin had a big weekend for the Terriers, recording seven points on five goals and two assists. In Saturday's semifinal win, the senior captain recorded a hat trick and added a helper to help seal the Terriers trip to the Women's Hockey East championship game. It was just the second time a player has scored three goals in a semifinal contest. The forward then found the back of the net twice Sunday and registered another helper to pace Boston University to its fourth straight WHEA title. She was then named to the All-Tournament Team and earned Tournament MVP honors for her play.
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photo#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Jr. G; Waterford, Ont.)


Chuli recorded her fifth 50+ save effort of the season in Saturday afternoon's semifinal setback to Boston College. The junior goaltender held the Eagles scoreless in the first period, turning away all 17 shots she faced in the frame. Overall she stopped 51 of 53 shots in the game and was a unanimous selection to the All-Tournament Team. Her 51 stops were second most in Hockey East semifinal play and brought her 2015 playoff total to 122 saves, good for second most on the all-time single tournament list.

Week of March 2, 2015
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photo#8 KAYLA TUTINO, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr. F; Lorraine, Que.)


Tutino recorded five goals and two assists for seven points in two quarterfinal wins against Vermont this weekend, tallying both game-winning strikes. On Friday, the junior tallied a career-high and tournament record four goals en route to the Terriers 8-1 win. She then added another goal and assist in Saturday's 7-2 victory that earned the Terriers another trip to Hyannis, Massashusetts for the Women's Hockey East Championship.
photo#41 DENISA KRIZOVA, NORTHEASTERN
(Fr., F; Horni Cerekev, Czech Republic)


Krizova had six points on a goal and five assists in a three-game quaterfinal series with New Hampshire. The freshman scored the game-winner in Saturday afternoon's 3-2 win with 1:25 remaining in regualtion to force a decisive Game 3. She then assisted on Kendall Coyne's game-winner Sunday to help the Huskies advance to the semifinals.
photo#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Jr. G; Waterford, Ont.)


Chuli backstopped the Huskies to a weekend sweep at Maine in the quarterfinals to earn a trip to the Women's Hockey East Championship tournament semifinals. She posted a 0.92 goals against average and a .973 save percentage in the two games. Saturday, the junior turned away 45 shots, including three in overtime, to earn the shutout in a 1-0 win.

Week of February 23, 2015
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photo#77 KENDALL COYNE, NORTHEASTERN
(Jr. F; Palos Heights, Ill.)


Coyne tallied six points over the weekend on two goals and four assists. The junior dished out three helpers in Saturday's 5-1 win before finding the back of the net twice and adding an assist in Sunday's 3-1 victory. The junior helped the Huskies clinch the third seed and home ice advantage entering the quarterfinals of the WHEA postseason tournament.
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr. G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt went 1-0-1 on the weekend in a home-and-home series with rival No. 6 Boston University. She recorded her ninth shutout of the season Thursday before backstopping the Eagles to a 2-2 draw in overtime Saturday. The freshman owns the nation's best goals against average (1.02) and save percentage (.931) and carries a scant 0.61 GAA in league play.
photo#30 MADISON LITCHFIELD, VERMONT
(So. G; Williston, Vt.)


Litchfield backboned the Catamounts to a weekend sweep on the road at Providence. The sophomore stopped 76 of the 80 shots the Friars fired her way en route to two back-to-back 3-2 victories. With the two wins, the Vermont native helped the Catamounts secure the number seven seed heading into the quarterfinals.

Week of February 16, 2015
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photo#5 ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.)


Carpenter tallied five points over the weekend on two goals and three assists. All three of her helpers came in Friday afternoon's 6-0 win over Maine, which saw the Eagles clinch their second straight regular season title. The junior then went on to find the back of the net twice Saturday to help BC earn the weekend sweep over the Black Bears.

photo#9 SARAH LEFORT, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr. F; Ormstown, Que.)


Lefort found the back of the net three times for her fifth career hat trick in the Terriers 6-1 win over Providence Saturday afternoon. The junior forward also collected an assist in Tuesday night's 3-1 win over Northeastern in the consolation game of the Beanpot.
photo#41 ANNIE BELANGER, UCONN
(Fr. G; Sherbrooke, Ont.)


Belanger backstopped the Huskies to a 2-2 draw with Northeastern Sunday afternoon, making 48 saves. She recorded double-digit saves in all three periods, and made another five in overtime, to help the Huskies walk away with an important league point. She finished the game with a 1.85 goals against average and .960 save percentage.
photo#35 VILMA VAATTOVAARA, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Jr. G; Veikkola, Finland)


Vaattovaara backstopped the Wildcats to a 1-0-1 weekend in league play on the road at Vermont. The junior netminder turned away 33 Catamounts shots Friday en route to a 4-2 win before then making a career-high 43 saves in Saturday's 3-3 tie. She finished the weekend with a 2.40 goals against average and a .938 save percentage.

Week of February 9, 2015
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photo#21 AMANDA PELKEY, VERMONT
(Sr. F; Montpelier, Vt.)


Pelkey found the back of the net in overtime to lift the Catamounts over Maine, 2-1, Saturday afternoon. This marked the third time this season that the senior forward has tallied the game-winning goal. With the overtime winner, Pelkey became the first player in Vermont program history to eclipse the 100-career-point plateau.
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr. G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt backstopped the Eagles to two wins last week, turning away 37 of the 38 shots she faced over the two games. With her performance Tuesday night, she helped BC to advance to their 15th Beanpot championship game. She then recorded her seventh shutout of the season as the Eagles defeated UConn, 6-0, Friday night.
photo#29 CHLOE DESJARDINS, NORTHEASTERN
(Sr. G; Saint-Prosper, Beauce, Que.)


Desjardins and the Huskies went 1-1-0 last week, falling to No. 1 BC, 3-1, in the Women's Beanpot semifinals before bouncing back to defeat Providence, 2-1, in overtime. The senior goaltender earned her 50th career victory with the win over the Friars, becoming the third netminder in Husky history to reach that milestone. She finished the weekend with a 1.50 goals against average and a .953 save percentage.

Week of February 2, 2015
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photo#9 DAYNA COLANG, VERMONT
(Jr. F; Fairbanks, Alaska)


Colang found the back of the net four times as the Catamounts split games with Northeastern and Providence over the weekend. The junior forward netted a goal against the Huskies before recording a hat trick in the first period of Sunday's game en route to a 7-3 Vermont victory over the Friars.
photo#12 KENZIE KENT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., F; Norwell, Mass.)


Kent tallied two assists in the Eagles 4-2 win over Providence Friday night. Her second helper of the game came on Haley Skarupa's game-winning goal on a third-period power play. With her multi-point outing, Kent is ranked ninth in the NCAA in assists per game (0.92) and second in points per game by a rookie (1.15).
photo#6 SHANNON DOYLE, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sr. D; Baldwin, Ont.)


Doyle tallied a goal and an assist to aid the Terriers in a 5-3 win over UConn Saturday. The defenseman finished the game with a plus-two rating while also blocking two shots en route to the victory.

Week of January 26, 2015
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photo#17 JENNIFER MORE, MAINE
(Sr. F; Deloraine, Man.)


More tallied four points on three goals and an assist in two games to help the Black Bears split a weekend series with Northeastern. The senior scored one of her three goals in Saturday's 5-2 set back to the Huskies before she found the back of the net twice and added a helper Sunday to power Maine's 4-2 win.
photo#41 ANNIE BELANGER, UCONN
(Fr. G; Sherbrooke, Ont.)


Belanger entered Saturday afternoon's game in the third period and stopped all 11 shots she faced in that frame. The freshman netminder then doubled back to turn away 36 of 37 shots from the Friars Sunday to lead the Huskies to a 4-1 win.
photo#33 VICTORIA HANSON, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(So. G; Stoughton, Mass.)


In 100 minutes of play over three games last week, Hanson posted a 0.60 goals against average and a .976 save percentage. In a mid-week match-up with then-No. 3 Quinnipiac, the sophomore turned away 21 shots en route to the Terriers 4-1 victory. The Stoughton, Massachusetts native held Vermont scoreless through 40 minutes of play Sunday, backstopping the Terriers to a 9-2 win.

Week of January 19, 2015
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photo#5 ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.)


Carpenter tallied four points on two goals and two assists in a weekend sweep over Vermont. Three of her points came Saturday when she posted two goals and an assist before adding another helper Sunday. The junior is on a 21-game point streak and has recorded at least one point in every game she has played in this season.
photo#13 AMY BOUCHER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Fr., F; Edmonton, Alb.)


Boucher recorded three points on two goals and an assist in three games for the Wildcats last week. Her two tallies came during a weekend sweep over Hockey East rival UConn. The freshman's goal Saturday tied the game for New Hampshire to force overtime, where the Wildcats claimed victory before securing their first back-to-back wins of 2014-15 Sunday.
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt earned two shutouts in a road series at Vermont in her first two appearances with the Eagles since returning from the IIHF U18 World Championships, where she backstopped Team USA to gold. The rookie netminder turned away all 34 shots she faced from the Catamounts to earn her fifth and sixth clean sheets of the season.

photo#35 VILMA VAATTOVAARA, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Jr., G; Veikkola, Finland)


Vaattovaara stopped 51 of the 54 shots she faced in two league wins at UConn and recorded another 23 saves in a mid-week loss to No. 5 Harvard. In three games last week, the junior backstop posted a 2-1-0 record, .913 save percentage, and a 2.28 GAA.

Week of January 12, 2015
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photo#28 BETH HANRAHAN, PROVIDENCE
(Sr. F; Poolesville, Md.)


Hanrahan tallied four goals and three assists for seven points in week where the Friars claimed a 2-0-1 mark. In a 3-3 non-conference draw with RPI, the senior forward scored twice, including the game-tying goal, and added an assist. She then added two goals and two assists over the course of Providence's weekend sweep of New Hampshire in league action.
photo#4 MEGAN KELLER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., D; Farmington Hills, Mich.)


Keller registered a team-high six points (2g, 4a) over the course of three Eagles' wins last week. In a mid-week tilt with No.4 BU, she had an assist en route to No. 1 BC's 4-3 win. The freshman scored the game-winning goal and added two assists Saturday, before adding another goal and assist Sunday to help the Eagles to a the weekend sweep over Northeastern.
photo#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Jr., G; Waterford, Ont.)


Chuli earned her second straight Defensive Player of the Week honor for her part in helping the Huskies to a 2-1-0 record. In a mid-week contest, the junior recorded 35 saves in a road loss to then-No. 6 Harvard. She then tied a UConn record when she stopped 55 shots in the first game of a weekend sweep over Vermont.

photo#14 EMILY PFALZER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Sr. D; Getzville, N.Y.)


Pfalzer had a team-high three helpers in No. 1 BC's 4-3 victory over cross-town rival No. 4 BU. After missing Saturday's game due to injury, the junior bounced back with a goal and two assists Sunday. The Getzville, New York native currently leads the country in points per game by a defenseman (1.67).

Week of January 5, 2015
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photo#17 DELIA MCNALLY, VERMONT
(Sr. F; Glen Head, N.Y.)


McNally scored the game-winning goals in each of Vermont's one-goal wins over Colgate to help the Catamounts earn a weekend sweep in their first series of 2015. The senior's tally Friday night helped end the Catamounts six-game losing skid before pushing UVM to a two-game winning streak Saturday.
photo#27 TAYLOR WILLARD, VERMONT
(Fr., D; Naperville, Ill.)


Willard scored her second goal of the season Saturday to open the scoring for the Catamounts in an eventual 2-1 victory. The freshman defenseman then went on to assist on McNally's game-winning goal that gave Vermont the weekend sweep over Colgate.
photo#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Jr., G; Waterford, Ont.)


Chuli stopped 42 of 45 shots (.933 save percentage) on the road at Northeastern to help the Huskies skate to a 3-3 tie. Six of her 42 saves came in overtime to help seal the draw. The junior netminder's performance between the pipes helped UConn snap a 12-game losing streak to Northeastern dating back to the 2010-11 season.

Week of December 15, 2014
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photo#5 ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.)


Carpenter tallied four points on a goal and three assists in the Eagles' 6-1 win over non-conference opponent Dartmouth Wednesday. The junior forward is now on a 16-game point streak and leads the nation in nearly every offensive category, including points (45) and points per game (2.81).
photo#31 ERIN O'NEIL, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Fr., G; Minnetonka, Minn.)


O'Neil recorded 15 saves to help backstop the Terriers as they defeated Providence, 3-1, Dec. 8. The freshman netminder also tallied the first assist of her collegiate career on Marie-Philip Poulin's empty net goal.
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt stopped a career-high 29 shots as the Eagles defeated Dartmouth, 6-1, Dec. 10. The rookie goaltender is currently ranked nationally in two different categories, sitting second in the NCAA in goals against average (1.04) and third in save percentage (.946).

Week of December 8, 2014
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photo#9 SARAH LEFORT, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr., F; Ormstown, Que.)


Lefort opened and closed the scoring for the Terriers in Saturday's 4-1 win over Vermont. Both of the junior's goals came unassisted, with the second marker being tallied while shorthanded. This marks the Ormstown, Quebec native's second Warrior Hockey Player of the Week honor this season, having previously won the award Nov. 24.
photo#13 AMY BOUCHER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Fr., F; Edmonton, Alb.)


Boucher found the back of the net for her fourth goal of the season on a breakaway in Friday night's 5-0 win over Providence, proving to be the eventual game-winner. The freshman forward finished the game with a plus-one rating, four shots, and won 12 of 22 faceoffs for the Wildcats.
photo#35 VILMA VAATTOVAARA, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Jr., G; Veikkola, Finland)


Vaattovaara recorded her second shutout of 2014-15 and of her career in Friday night's 5-0 victory at Providence. The junior netminder kicked out each of the 30 shots she faced against the Friars.

Week of December 1, 2014
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photo#22 HALEY SKARUPA, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr., F; Rockville, Md.)


Skarupa recorded eight points (3g, 5a) in victories over both Yale and No. 7 Harvard. Two of her points came against the Bulldogs before she recorded a career single-game high of six points (2g, 4a) in Friday's win over the Crimson. The Rockville, Maryland native is currently second in the country in points per game (2.36), assists per game (1.36), and is tied for second in goals per game (1.00).
photo#12 KENZIE KENT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., F; Norwell, Mass.)


Kent recorded a career high four points (2g, 2a) in the Eagles win over No. 7 Harvard Friday afternoon. The freshman opened the scoring for the Eagles just 25 seconds into the game before going on to add another goal and two assists. The Norwell, Massachusetts native leads all rookies in points per game in Hockey East (0.88).
photo#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Jr., G; Waterford, Ont.)


Chuli turned away 83 of the 86 shots she faced over two games in the Nutmeg Classic. The junior recorded 51 of those stops against No. 5 Clarkson Friday night, her second 50+ save performance of the year. She backstopped the Huskies to a 3-1 win over Yale in the third-place game en route to being named to the Nutmeg Classic All-Tournament Team.

Week of November 24, 2014
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photo#9 SARAH LEFORT, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr., F; Ormstown, Que.)


Lefort found the back of the net three times over the weekend and dished out two helpers to push the Terriers to a 1-1 tie with No. 6 Harvard and 6-2 victory over New Hampshire. The junior forward earned four of her five weekend points in Sunday's 6-2 win with a hat trick and an assist.
photo#7 MCKENNA BRAND, NORTHEASTERN
(Fr., F; Nevis, Minn.)


Brand recorded five points (3g, 2 a) in Northeastern's weekend sweep over Vermont. In Saturday's game the freshman recorded a power-play goal and two assists. Brand found the back of the net twice more on Sunday, including a power-play goal and the game-winner.

photo#41 DENISA KRIZOVA, NORTHEASTERN
(Fr., F; Horni Cerekev, Czech Republic)


Krizova tallied 5 points (2g, 3a) at home against Vermont this past weekend. The freshman recorded a career- best four points in Saturday's game on a goal and three assists. Her goal on Saturday proved to be the game-winner for the Huskies.
photo#14 EMILY PFALZER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Sr. D; Getzville, N.Y.)


Pfalzer picked up four points in two Hockey East wins for the No. 1 Eagles over weekend. The senior defenseman had an assist in Friday night's win over UConn before adding three more helpers in Saturday's victory. The Getzville, New York native finished with a plus-seven rating and currently leads the nation in points per game by a defenseman with 1.25.

Week of November 17, 2014
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photo#77 KENDALL COYNE, NORTHEASTERN
(Jr., F; Palos Heights, Ill.)


Coyne tallied eight points on five goals and three assists in a trio of Hockey East contests, helping the Huskies to go 2-1-0. The junior recorded her fifth-career hat trick and added two assists in Tuesday's 6-3 win over No. 6 BU. Against Providence Sunday, Coyne scored twice more and chipped in a helper, all on the power play, to wrap her weekend of scoring.
photo#12 VICTORIA BACH, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Fr., F; Milton, Ont.)


Bach found the back of the net in all three of the Terriers' tilts last week to extend her goal-scoring streak to four games. The freshman forward lead BU in scoring as Brian Durocher's squard claimed a 2-1-0 record in three Hockey East contests.
photo#31 ALLIE MORSE, PROVIDENCE
(Jr. G; Cottage Grove, Minn.)


Morse recorded a career-high 42 saves as the junior netminder backstopped the Friars to their first win of the season over Northeastern. The Minnesota native stopped 62 of the shots she faced during the home-and-home series with the Huskies to finish the weekend with a .912 save percentage.

Week of November 10, 2014
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photo#28 KATE LEARY, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Sr., F; Seabrook, N.H.)


Leary found the back of the net four times against Northeastern and Vermont to help the No. 1 ranked Eagles to remain undefeated in 2014-15. The senior's first goal of the game at Northeastern Saturday afternoon proved to be the eventual game-winner, and she is now tied for first in goals scored against league opponents.
photo#11 BROOKE BOQUIST, PROVIDENCE
(Fr., F; Thunder Bay, Ont.)


Boquist netted her first collegiate goal just 57 seconds into the middle frame at UConn Sunday en route to a 4-4 draw with the Huskies. Her game-tying goal helped Providence to its first points within Hockey East in 2014-15 with a 4-4 draw. The freshman forward finished the weekend with six shots on goal.
photo#2 ASHLEY WILKES, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(So. G; North Pole, Alaska)


Wilkes stopped 21 of the 22 shots she faced, backstopping the Wildcats to their first league win over Vermont Saturday. The sophomore netminder allowed a lone goal, but stayed perfect for the final 50:23 of the contest to record a .955 save percentage and hold off the Catamounts.

Week of November 3, 2014
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photo#18 REBECCA RUSSO, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Jr., F; Westport, Conn.)


Russo scored three goals this week, including the game-winners in two Terriers wins. The junior potted two goals at Northeastern and broke a third-period tie against New Hampshire to help BU earn a 4-2 victory.
photo#9 TORI SULLIVAN, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., F; West Bloomfield, Mich.)


Sullivan netted her first three collegiate goals in last weekend's sweep of Providence. The freshman tallied twice in Friday night's 8-0 victory in Chestnut Hill before scoring another goal on the road in Saturday's 4-1 win.
photo#29 CHLOE DESJARDINS, NORTHEASTERN
(Sr., G; Saint-Prosper, Beauce, Que.)


Desjardins stopped 86 of the 90 shots she faced over three conference games last week against BU, UNH and Maine. The senior netminder earned her ninth career shutout Thursday in a 28-save effort against New Hampshire. She recorded a .956 save percentage and 1.35 goals against average.

Week of October 27, 2014
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photo#21 AUDRA RICHARDS, MAINE
(Jr., F; Maplewood, Minn.)


Richards netted two goals on Saturday in a 4-2 win over No. 6 Boston University, the Black Bears' first over a ranked opponent this year. The junior's first goal of the game gave Maine the lead before her second marker added insurance for the Black Bear squad.
photo#33 KATIE BURT, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Fr., G; Lynn, Mass.)


Burt recorded 41 saves this weekend against No. 5 Cornell, holding the Big Red offense to just two goals each game. The freshman netminder recorded a career-high 22 saves in Saturday's victory and holds a 1.48 goals against average and .926 save percentage, both tops in the conference.
photo#26 SARAH CAMPBELL, VERMONT
(Sr., D; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)


Campbell notched three points, including a goal and two assists, in a weekend sweep of Union College. Helping the Catamounts to two shutouts, the senior defenseman finished the weekend with a plus-six rating.

Week of October 20, 2014
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photo#29 MARIE-PHILIP POULIN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sr., F; Beauceville, Que.)


Poulin scored three goals, including the game-winner on Friday, and added an assist en route to a weekend sweep of defending NCAA Champion Clarkson. The senior finished the weekend with a plus-five rating and two blocked shots.
photo#66 AINSLEY MACMILLAN, NORTHEASTERN
(Fr., D; Ilderton, Ont.)


MacMillan recorded a goal and two assists in a weekend split at No. 8/10 Mercyhurst. On Friday the freshman assisted on the game-winning goal in the second period, before scoring her first collegiate goal in the third period.
photo#21 LEXI BENDER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr., D; Snohomish, Wash.)


Bender, who was our Warrior Hockey Player of the Week the week of October 6th, recorded a goal and an asssist in Boston College's 4-0 win over New Hampshire on Sunday afternoon. She is tied for most goals on the team (4) and has five points on the season.

Week of October 13, 2014
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photo#21 AMANDA PELKEY, VERMONT
(Sr., F; Montpelier, Vt.)


Pelkey notched two goals in the third period and added an assist to help lead Vermont to a 4-2 come from behind win at RPI on Saturday afternoon. The senior finished the weekend with three points and a plus-one rating.
photo#13 AMY BOUCHER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Fr., F; Edmonton, Alta.)


Boucher scored her second goal of the season in the first period on Saturday at Syracuse to help lift UNH to a 2-2 tie. She recorded seven shots and a plus-one rating on the weekend.
photo#35 VILMA VAATTOVAARA, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Jr., G; Veikkola, Finland)


Vaatovaara recorded a 0.96 GAA and a .972 save percentage by stopping 70 of the 72 shots she faced, backstopping the Wildcats to an undefeated 1-0-1 weekend . The junior recorded 32 of those saves in her first career shutout in UNH's first win of the season at RIT.

Week of October 6, 2014
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photo#21 LEXI BENDER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Jr., F; Snohomish, Wash.)


Bender recorded her first career hat trick against the Syracuse Orange Saturday afternoon, helping the Eagles to a 10-2 win in their season opener. Bender's hat trick also marked the first multi-goal game of her career. The junior finished with a plus-two rating and added one blocked shot in the Eagles victory.
photo#19 REBECCA LESLIE, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Fr., F; Ottawa, Ontario)


Leslie assisted on the game-winning goal in Friday night's 5-2 victory over St. Cloud State in Minnesota. The freshman forward then scored her first two collegiate goals the next night against No. 1 Minnesota, although the Terries ultimately fell to the Gophers 5-2.
photo#30 MADISON LITCHFIELD, VERMONT
(So., G; Williston, Vt.)


Litchfield made 62 saves to backstop the Catamounts to a 1-1 split over the weekend, including her first-ever win over a ranked opponent in No. 7 North Dakota. The freshman netminder turned aside 29 shots Saturday night in the win over North Dakota and returned to kick out 33 more against Bemidji State Sunday afternoon.

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photo#13 KELSEY MACSORLEY, MAINE
(Jr., D; Stratford, Ontario)


MacSorley notched the game-winning goal in Maine's season opener against New Hampshire, the first game in the 2014-15 Women's Hockey East season. The junior blueliner also poured four shots on net. MacSorely earned the number one star for her efforts.
photo#13 TAYTUM CLAIRMONT, NORTHEASTERN
(Fr., D; Waterloo, Ontario)


Clairmont scored two goals in her NCAA debut, a 4-3 Northeastern loss to the Montreal Stars in exhibition play. Clairmont scored the Huskies' second and third goals of the game. Her second goal came with 3:38 left in the 3rd period and gave NU a 3-2 lead.
photo#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Jr., G; Waterford, Ontario)


Chuli stopped a career-high 54 shots on Saturday in a 4-4 tie with No. 10 Minnesota- Duluth. The junior netminder followed up with 32 more stops on Sunday in a 3-0 loss to the Bulldogs. Chuli finished the weekend with a .935 save percentage.

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