HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Courtney Correia - Boston University
Senior Forward; Whitby, Ont.
Correia sits second in Hockey East in both goals (6) and points
(11) through the first month of the season and leads all players
in both categories in league play. Five of her six goals have
been at even strength, with the other marker a shorthanded
game-winner. Correia has also blocked nine shots and is a plus-seven
as she has led BU to an unbeaten conference record.
She tallied three multi-point games.
Runner-up: Maureen Murphy, Northeastern
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH
Kira Juodikis - New Hampshire
Forward; Lasalle, Ont.
Juodikis is the two-time defending Pro Ambitions Rookie of the
Week and is tied for second nationally among all rookies with
six goals and third nationally with nine points in eight games in
September and October, all in league play. She leads all league
rookies in goals (6), assists (3), and points (9) and has two
Runner-up: Abby Newhook, Boston College
HOCKEY EAST DEFENDER OF THE MONTH
Skylar Fontaine - Northeastern Graduate Student; East Greenwich, R.I.
Fontaine tied for the league lead among all defenseman with
seven points in nine games in September and October, scoring
once and dishing out six assists. She blocked 19 shots, a team
high, while firing 42 shots on goal, the most of any Hockey East
defender. She posted at least one point in six of her nine outings
and is tied for the league lead with 0.78 points per game.
Runner-up: Taylor Wabick, UConn
HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
Aerin Frankel - Northeastern
Graduate Student; Briarclif Manor, N.Y.
Frankel returns to Northeastern for a fifth season, picking up where
she left off in a Patty Kazmaier winning 2020-21. The netminder
posted a 0.88 goals against average and six wins in seven games
in September and October, both third best nationally. Her three
shutouts are second best in NCAA while her .961 SV% is fourth
in country. She has compiled a 6-1-0 record in seven starts while
making 148 saves. Leads Hockey East in both save percentage
(.961) and goals against average (0.88).
Runner-up: Sandra Abstreiter, Providence