Křížová, Anderson Lead Northeastern Past New Hampshire, 4-1
Senior forward Denisa Křížová and junior forward Kasidy Anderson each score two goals for Huskies

Senior forward Denisa Křížová scored two goals for the Huskies
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 6:05  NOE1-0 EV Denisa Křížová (3)McKenna Brand/2
1st 13:56  NOE2-0 PP GW Kasidy Anderson (4)Lauren Kelly/3, Brooke Hobson/4
2nd 1:06  UNH1-2 PP Taylor Wenczkowski (3)Carlee Turner/3, Tori Howran/5
2nd 12:17  NOE3-1 EV Kasidy Anderson (5)Skylar Fontaine/2, Veronika Pettey/5
3rd 2:11  NOE4-1 PP Denisa Křížová (4)Skylar Fontaine/3, Shelby Herrington/4
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
New Hampshire  0101
Northeastern  2114
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
New Hampshire  9121233
Northeastern  1813637
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
New Hampshire (4-1-1)  1/4 2/4 0
Northeastern (5-3-1)  2/2 4/8 0
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Ava Boutilier (L, 4-1-1)60:004 1612533
Northeastern Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Brittany Bugalski (W, 5-3-1)59:451 9111232
Empty Net0:150     

BOSTON - Senior Denisa Krizova and junior Kasidy Anderson each scored twice to lead the No. 7/7 Northeastern women's hockey team (5-3-1, 3-0-0 WHEA) to its third straight win with a 4-1 victory over New Hampshire (4-1-1, 2-1-1 WHEA) on Wednesday evening at Matthews Arena.

Freshman Skylar Fontaine notched her first collegiate multi-point effort with a pair of assists, while junior goaltender Brittany Bugalski kept the Wildcats' offense at bay with 32 saves.

The Northeastern power-play stayed hot with two goals on two chances and has now converted eight times in the last 12 opportunities (66.6 percent) over the last three games.

Goal Recaps

• The Huskies struck first at the 6:05 mark of the opening period courtesy of a spectacular play by senior McKenna Brand. The forward blocked a slap-shot in the defensive zone, then outraced a UNH defender to the loose puck, before feeding Denisa Krizova in the slot for a one-timer to make it 1-0 NU.

• Northeastern's power-play stayed hot with its seventh goal in the last 11 chances when Anderson doubled the advantage at 13:56 of the first period. After a Lauren Kelly point-shot was knocked down in the crease, Anderson found the loose disc and nudged it over the goal-line to up the score to 2-0.

• UNH grabbed a goal back with a power-play tally of its own early in the second stanza when Taylor Wenczkowski chipped a shot over Bugalski at the left of the net following a centering pass by Carlee Turner.

• The Huskies re-established their two-goal cushion at 12:17 of the second period. Freshman Skylar Fontaine flipped an aerial pass through the neutral zone to Anderson, who was stationed behind the UNH defense. Anderson corralled the puck and skated in alone, before sliding a shot inside the left post for her second goal of the evening.

• Northeastern tacked on another power-play marker 2:11 into the third period to round out the scoring. Fontaine tossed the puck to the right point to Krizova, who unloaded a hard shot, through traffic, into the upper left corner of the net.

Stats of the Game

• With two goals, Denisa Krizova moved into eighth place on Northeastern's all-time scoring chart with 147 career points.

• Krizova has recorded two points in each of her last three games, and has three goals and three assists during that span.

• Kasidy Anderson notched her fourth collegiate two-goal game, and third multi-point performance of the season.

• Skylar Fontaine recorded her first collegiate two-point effort.

• Freshman Veronika Pettey notched an assist on Anderson's second goal to extend her point streak to four straight games. Pettey has three goals and three assists during that span.

• Brittany Bugalski allowed one goal for the third straight game. During that time, Bugalski has turned aside 79 of 82 shots, good for a .963 save percentage.

• Northeastern went 2-for-2 on the power-play and is 8-for-12 with the numerical advantage over the last three contests.

• The Huskies defeated UNH for the 15th time in the last 17 tries.

Up Next

The surging Huskies will look to continue their hot play this weekend with a home-and-home series against Providence beginning Saturday on the road at 2 p.m.