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October 22, 2012
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WEEKLY RELEASE: NO. 3 BOSTON U. EARNS VICTORIES AGAINST NO. 9 NU, NO. 2 CORNELL
~ PC sweeps UVM; UVM edges UNH; No. 4 BC/UNH and UConn/Maine split ~
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Photo ATHLETIC REPUBLIC CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#33 KLARA MYREN, VERMONT
(Sophomore Forward; Leksand, Sweden)
Myren notched five points (2g,3a) in three games on the week, including tying a school record with four points (2g,2a) in Vermont's 4-3 Hockey East win at New Hampshire. She added an assist on the weekend against Providence. Myren notched six shots on goal for the Catamounts in three games. Athletic Republic
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Photo ATHLETIC REPUBLIC CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#29 MARIE-PHILIP POULIN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Junior Forward; Beauceville, Que.)
Poulin had six points (3g, 3a) in three games this week, including the game-winning goal against No. 2 Cornell on Sunday. She finished the week with a +5 plus/minus rating and 18 shots on goal. Athletic Republic
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
#25 ALEXIS CROSSLEY, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Freshman Defenseman; Cole Harbour, N.S.)
Crossley recorded three points (2g,1a) against No. 4 Boston College on Saturday at the Whittemore Center, including the game winner in the third period. She totaled eight shots on goal in three games for the Wildcats. Pro Ambitions
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Photo WHEA CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#1 KERRIN SPERRY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Junior Goaltender; North Reading, Mass.)
Sperry went 2-1 this week, including a 5-1 win over No. 2 Cornell on Sunday. She made 75 total saves (.926 save%) and allowed one goal in two of the three games on the week for the Terriers. Hockey East
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Photo WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS
The Terriers earned two weeks against ranked opponents, beginning on Tuesday with a 4-1 road win at No. 9 Northeastern and a 5-1 victory vs. No. 2 Cornell on Sunday at Walter Brown Arena, rebounding from a 5-2 loss to Cornell on Saturday at Agganis Arena.  
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Athletic Republic Co-Players of the Week Klara Myren and Marie-Philip Poulin
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ARMY ROTC THREE STARS AWARD
At the conclusion of each Hockey East game, the " Army ROTC Three Stars of The Game" are selected. Here are the 2012-13 season leaders to date:
Rk. Name Cl. Pos. School
1. Nicole Anderson Sr. F PC
  Corinne Buie Jr. F PC
  Kayla Campero So. F UConn
  Jill Cardella Sr. F BU
  Alexis Crossley Fr. D UNH
  Brittany Dougherty Sr. F Maine
  Meghan Huertas So. F UVM
  Brianne Kilgour Jr. F Maine
  Sarah Lefort Fr. F BU
  Klara Myren So. F UVM
  Haley Skarupa Fr. F BC
Army ROTC
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HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY TOP PERFORMERS

Corinne Boyles, BC (Sr., G, Wheaton, Ill.) Made 18 saves in Sunday's 5-2 win over UNH.

Sarah Bryant, PC (Fr., G, Bethlehem, Pa.) Recorded 16 saves in Sunday's game against Vermont.

Jill Cardella, BU (Sr., F, Rochester, N.Y.) Had multi-point games against Northeastern and in Saturday's game against Cornell.

Sarah Carlson, UNH (Fr., F, Hutchinson, Minn.) Tallied three points (2g,1a) on the week, including a goal and an assist vs. UVM.

Michela Cava, UConn, (Fr., F, Thunder Bay, Ont.) Scored three goals in a two-game series at Maine for the Huskies.

Jonna Curtis, UNH (Fr., F, Elk River, Minn.) Tallied four points (1g,3a) in three games she played this week, including two assists vs. No. 4 BC.

Kristine Horn, UNH (Sr., D/F, Utica, Mich.) Notched three points (2g,1a) on the week, including a goal and an assist against Boston College.

Molly Illikainen, PC (Fr., F, Grand Rapids, Minn.) Scored the game winner in Saturday's match up vs. Vermont and notched an assist in Sunday's game.

Brianne Kilgour, Maine (Jr., F, Hamilton, Ont.) She scored two goals and added an assist in a 3-2 win Sunday and totaled 15 shots on the weekend.

Sarah Lefort, BU (Fr., F, Ormstown, Que.) Got the game-winning goal at NU on Tuesday and added an assist on Saturday night against No. 2 Cornell.

Isabel Menard, BU (Sr., F, Ottawa, Ont.) Had four-point effort (2g,2a) against Cornell on Sunday to finish the week with three goals and three assists.

Brittany Ott, Maine (Sr., G, St. Clair Shores, Michigan) Posted a .926 save% 3-2 win over Connecticut on Sunday afternoon.

Audra Richards, Maine (Fr., F, Maplewood, Minn.) Tallied a goal in a 3-2 loss vs. UConn. She notched seven shots in the weekend series.

Haley Skarupa, BC (Fr., F, Rockville, Md.) Had an assist Saturday at UNH and her first two collegiate goals Sunday vs. UNH

Dana Trivigno, BC (Fr., F, Setauket, N.Y.) Recorded her first two collegiate goals Saturday at UNH and registered an assist Sunday.

Jessica Vella, PC (Sr., F, Pickering, Ont.) Scored two goals on the weekend, one in each game vs. the Catamounts.


CAREER FIRSTS/MILESTONES/WHO's HOT

Corinne Boyles, BC (WHEATON, ILL.) recorded her 30th career victory on Sunday VS. UNH

Ann Doherty, NU (PARK RIDGE, ILL.) has an assist in each of her last three games

Meghan Huertas, UVM (Boynton Beach, Fla.) has a three game goal scoring streak, as she registered five points in three conference games this week

KERRIN SPERRY, BU (NORTH READING, MASS.) broke the program record for career wins on Tuesday with her 44th career win at Northeastern

Taylor Wasylk, BC (PORT HURON, MICH.) Her next point will be the 50TH point of her career

Brittany Zuback, UVM (Thunder Bay, Ont.) has a four game point streak and has five points in the Catamounts last four games


TEAM NOTES

Boston College: Both of Ashley Motherwell's goals this season have been on the power play. Motherwell has recorded a point in all three games this season. Haley Skarupa leads the team with 17 shots on goal through three games...12 Eagles have recorded at least one point this season.

Boston University: BU is one of two unbeaten teams in Hockey East play, and both of its wins came against ranked opponents…The Terriers earned two wins against ranked opponents, defeating No. 8/9 Northeastern and No. 2 Cornell…Cornell is the highest-ranked team the Terriers have ever defeated in the regular-season…Senior Isabel Menard had four points (2g, 2a) and junior Marie-Philip Poulin had three points (2g,1a) in a 5-1 win over Cornell on Sunday…Poulin has notched a point in all six games (3g, 8a), and all three of her goals this season were scored this weekend against Cornell…BU is unbeaten at Walter Brown Arena this season, and has not lost a game in regulation in that building since Jan. 15, 2012...Freshman Sarah Lefort is tied for tops in the nation with three game-winning goals…BU has the thirdbest offense in the nation, averaging 4.00 goals per game…The Terriers have the top point-getter, goal-scorer and assist-getter in Hockey East…Six of the top nine Hockey East skaters in plus-minus are Terriers... BU played in front of 1,891 fans on Saturday at Agganis Arena against Cornell, which is a program record.

University of Connecticut: Freshman Michela Cava led the UConn offense with three goals, including one game-tying power play goal on Saturday...Junior goalie Sarah Moses won her first game as a Husky after winning five games at Niagara in 2011-12...Sophomore Kayla Campero netted a game-winning overtime goal for the Huskies on Saturday afternoon...The win was the first of the season for UConn and the first overtime win since defeating Providence, 2-1, on February 1, 2009

University of Maine: The Black Bears split a two game series with Connecticut over the weekend, losing 3-2 on Saturday and winning 3-2 on Sunday. Maine held a 73-57 shot advantage over the weekend as the Black Bears managed to net 5 goals. Richards, Kilgour, and Dougherty all notched goals while Meghann Treacy and Brittany Ott were phenomenal between the pipes. Ott seeing the ice for the first time this season posted a .962 save percentage on 25 saves with two goals against for the 3-2 win on Sunday.

University of New Hampshire: New Hampshire notched a comeback win against No. 4 Boston College Saturday for its first win in WHEA play. Sara Carlson, Kristina Lavoie and Jonna Curtis each have six points through the first five games of the season. UNH has tallied a power play goal in each of its first five games and have killed 19 of 22 power plays. 14 different Wildcats have tallied at least one point on the season while nine have notched at least two points.

Northeastern University: Northeastern dropped a 4-1 decision to No. 3 Boston University last week, snapping a five-game WHEA regular season unbeaten streak, as well as NU's eight-game winning streak at Matthews Arena dating back to last season…The Huskies are now 3-4-4 in Hockey East openers…BU's second period goal ended a streak of 26 straight penalty kills by the Huskies…Sophomore defenseman Doherty now has three assists in her last three games…Sophomore goaltender Chloe Desjardins is seventh in the nation in GAA (1.40) and sixth in save percentage (.952).

Providence College: Providence started conference play with two wins over Vermont. It was a team effort that got the Friars through the weekend with 12 different Friars notched points on the weekend, including four freshmen. The team now has 15 players that have tallied points. Freshman goaltender Allie Morse (Cottage Grove, Minn.) notched her first win of her collegiate career with 11 saves on 14 shots. The Friars now hold a 26-5-0 record against the Catamounts.

University of Vermont: Sophomore forward Klara Myren leads the Catamounts in scoring with three goals and six assists in seven games this season … She is currently tied for second in Hockey East scoring … Roxanne Douville has made 35 or more saves in three games this season … She leads the league in saves with 161 this season … The Catamounts top five scorers are all sophomores, they have accounted for 12 of Vermont's 16 goals this season … Vermont completed its longest road trip of the season in Providence this weekend with five games in 10 days … The Catamounts return to action on Wednesday when they face the McGill Martlets in an exhibition tilt at Gutterson Fieldhouse.

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