HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Hannah Bilka - Boston College
Senior Forward; Coppell, Texas
Hannah Bilka led Hockey East in scoring over the first month of
the season with 17 points on eight goals and nine assists. Her
17 points were good for a tie for sixth in the country. She tied for
second overall in Hockey East with a plus-14 rating and fifth in the
league with 49 shots on goal. She had five multi-point outings in
the month and closed out October on an eight-game point streak.
Runner-up: Theresa Schafzahl, Vermont
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH
Reichen Kirchmair - Providence
Forward; Oakville, Ont.
Kirchmair is leading all of Hockey East in goals among freshmen
with seven tallies. She is also atop the conference first-year
players in overall points with nine. In her first collegiate game,
Kirchmair scored the game-winner with her first career goal and
registered at least a point in seven of her 10 outings. She is tied
for sixth among all NCAA rookies with nine point and no rookie
in th nation has more game-winning goals than her two. She is
second in the NCAA among freshmen with seven goals.
Runner-up: Luisa Welcke, Maine
HOCKEY EAST DEFENDER OF THE MONTH
Abbey Marohn - Northeastern
Junior; Saint Joseph, Mich.
Abbey Marohn is tied for sixth in the NCAA among defenders with
nine overall points through September and October. She has post-
ed two goals and seven assists through 10 games this season,
a career-high that leads all Hockey East defenders. Marohn has
one game-winning goal and has tallied 15 blocks, while helping
the Huskies to two shutouts so far this season.
Runner-up: Sini Karjalainen, Vermont
STOP IT GOALTENDING GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
Gwyneth Philips - Northeastern
Senior; Athens, Ohio
Gwyneth Philips leads the NCAA with eight win and has posted an
8-1-1 record overall with two shutouts to open the season. Philips
leads all Hockey East goaltenders with a 0.81 goals against av-
erage and .961 save percentage. Nationally, among goaltenders
that have played over 500 minutes, Philips also leads the country
in GAA and save percentage. Philips has allowed just eight goals
through her first 10 games in net this season and sits third in the
NCAA in save percentage and fourth in goals against average.
Runner-up: Andrea Brändli, Boston University