AROUND HOCKEY EAST: Reigning Patty Kazmaier Award winner Alex Carpenter (N. Reading, Mass.) became Boston College's all-time leading scoring this weekend after picking up five goals in two games at Cornell. She finished the weekend with 212 overall points for her career and helped the Eagles move to 8-0-0 on the year, the best start ever for the program ... Four Hockey East teams picked up a pair of wins on the weekend; Boston College, UConn, Maine and Northeastern each swept their respective series while Boston University, Merrimack, and Vermont each recorded one victory apiece ... Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week Meghann Treacy (Lake Peekskill, N.Y.) backstopped the Maine Black Bears to two victories over Brown this weekend, posting her second shutout of the season Friday night in a 4-0 win and then stopping 16 shots in a 4-1 triumph Saturday. Sophomore forward Brooke Stacey netted two goals in the series while rookie defenseman Cassidy Herman (Ottawa, Ont.) scored the game-winner Friday night ... No. 10 Boston University split the weekend, trumping Vermont, 5-2, after falling to Northeastern, 7-1. Junior forward Maddie Elia (Lewiston, N.Y.) racked up four points (2g, 2a) over the weekend, turning in a three-point (2g, 1a) effort in Sunday's win over the Catamounts. Freshman forward Sammy Davis (Pembroke, Mass.) chipped in her first two assists as a Terrier while junior defenseman Sarah Steele (Stratford, PEI) had her first two-point game (1g, 1a) in that contest. A total of 10 skaters picked up a point in that game Sunday ... New Hampshire junior forward Jonna Curtis (Elk River, Minn.) turned in a four-point performance (3g, 1a) in a two-game series at No. 4 Clarkson, who had allowed just one goal per game previously. Three UNH rookies recorded the first point of their careers Saturday on Jenna Rheault's (Deering, N.H.) tally, assisted by Marie-Jo Pelletier (Dalhousie, N.B.) and Devan Taylor (N. Billerica, Mass.) ... Northeastern junior defenseman Heather Mottau (Milton, Mass.) scored two goals, including one game-winning strike, and added an assist in two league victories for the Huskies. She finished with a plus-six rating on the weekend, helping Dave Flint's squad to wins over Boston University and Providence.
Denisa Krizova - NU
Carpenter became Boston College's all-time leading scorer with 212 points after a five-goal outing this weekend.
Krizova, the Hockey East points leader, picked up six of them this weekend (1g, 5a), helping NU to two league wins to tie for second place in the conference.
Bugalski posted a 0.50 goals against average and stopped 42 of 43 shots for a .977 save percentage in a pair of wins over No. 10 BU and Providence. She recorded her first career shutout Sunday against the Friars, stopping all 12 shots that she faced after allowing just one goal to the Terriers.
Treacy backstopped the Black Bears to a pair of victories over Brown, kicked out 14 shots on Friday night for her second shutout of the season. She followed that performance with a 16-save outing Saturday to post a 0.53 GAA and .952 SV% on the weekend.
HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY TOP PERFORMERS
Makenna Newkirk, BC (Fr., F; Scottsdale, Ariz.) Posted four points (3g, 1a) in two road wins at No. 9 Cornell and finished plus-four.
Kali Flanagan, BC (So., D; Burlington, Mass.) Dished out four assists in a two-game sweep at No. 9 Cornell.
Maddie Elia, BU (Jr., F; Lewiston, N.Y.) Collected four points (2g, 2a) in a weekend split with Northeastern and Vermont.
Sammy Davis, BU (Fr., F; Pembroke, Mass.) Registered her first two collegiate assists Sunday against Vermont in a 5-2 win.
Sarah Steele, BU (Jr., D; Stratford, PEI) Had her first multi-point game (1g, 1a) in a 5-2 triumph over Vermont Sunday.
Brooke Stacey, ME (So., F; Kahnawake, Que.) Had two goals and one assist on the weekend to finish plus-three, winning 23 of 34 faceoffs.
Cassidy Herman, ME (Fr., D; Ottawa, Ont.) Finished plus-three in two wins over Brown, and scoring the game-winner Friday night.
Jonna Curtis, UNH (Jr., F; Elk River, Minn.) Recorded three goals and an assist in two-games at No. 4 Clarkson to finish plus-three.
Heather Mottau, NU (Jr., D; Milton, Mass.) Scored two goals, including one game-winner, in two Hockey East wins on the weekend.
Kate Friesen, PC (Fr., D; Altona, Man.) Scored the lone Friars goal of the season against Vermont, her second tally of the year.
Alanna Serviss, PC (Jr., G; Chicago, Ill.) Spent 44 minutes in the Friars' net, stopping all 24 shots she faced against Northeastern.