Women’s Hockey East Weekly Recap: October 27th, 2014

Friday, Oct. 24

Boston University 3, Maine 0

Both Victoria Hanson and Erin O’Neil saw time in net as the Terriers blanked Maine. Sarah Lefort led BU with a goal and an assist, as well as seven shots on goal, while Victoria Bach and Marie-Philip Poulin also scored. | Box Score | GoTerriers.com Recap | GoBlackBears.com Recap 

Boston College 6, Cornell 2

The BC offense had no problems handling Cornell, outshooting the Big Red 43-21. Kate Leary and Alex Carpenter had a goal and two assists each, while Dana Trivigno tallied twice. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap | BCEagles.com Highlights

Yale 6, Providence 2

The line of Brooke Simpson, Haley Frade, and Cassidy Carels scored both goals for the Friars in the loss, and Allie Morse made 24 saves in net. | Box Score | Friars.com Recap

Robert Morris 3, Northeastern 2

The Huskies fell into a 3-0 hole early, and despite a fierce third-period rally, could not complete the comeback by game’s end. Freshman Denisa Krizova recorded a goal and an assist, and Lauren Kelly scored the other goal for Northeastern. | Box Score | GoNU.com Recap

Quinnipiac 4, New Hampshire 1

34 saves from Vilma Vaattovaara were not enough for the Wildcats, who fell to 2-5-1 on the year. Brittney Redlick scored the lone goal in the loss. | Box Score | UNHWildcats.com Recap

Vermont 4, Union 0

Amanda Pelkey scored 19 seconds in, and third-period goals from Bella Webster, Brittany Zuback, and Dayna Colang capped off the win for the Catamounts on “Pack the Gutt” night. | Box Score | UVMAthletics.com Recap

Saturday, Oct. 25

Maine 4, Boston University 2

With Poulin out of the line-up for BU, Maine knocked off the Terriers with an upset win to earn the series split at home. The Black Bears scored four-straight goals after Boston University took a 1-0 lead; Audra Richards tallied twice while Morgan Sakundiak netted three assists. Meghann Treacy came up big with 41 saves in net. | Box Score | GoBlackBears.com Recap | GoTerriers.com Recap

Boston College 6, Cornell 2

A four-point night from Haley Skarupa and two goals from Kate Leary powered the Eagles past the Big Red once again. Freshman goaltender Katie Burt made 22 saves to improve to 5-0-1 on the season. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap

Robert Morris 2, Northeastern 2 (OT)

Thanks to a last-gasp goal from junior Kendall Coyne, the Huskies were able to salvage a tie against the Colonials. After finding themselves down again in the third period, they erased a two-goal deficit thanks to a tally from Hayley Masters and Coyne’s game-tying marker, which came with 17 seconds left in regulation. | Box Score | GoNU.com Recap

Rensselaer 4, Connecticut 1

Kelly Harris scored the Huskies’ lone goal in the loss, while Elaine Chuli made 25 saves in net. | Box Score | UConnHuskies.com Recap

Vermont 4, Union 0

The Catamounts capped off the sweep with another 4-0 win. Freshman goaltender Molly Depew made 13 saves for the shutout in her first career start, and Amanda Pelkey, Brittany Zuback, and Sarah Campbell each recorded a goal and an assist. | Box Score | UVMAthletics.com Recap

Yale 5, Providence 2

Hanrahan and Frade scored their third and fourth points on the weekend, but the Friars just did not show enough offense all weekend to get past the Bulldogs. Providence is still winless on the season, and now stands at 0-7-1. | Box Score | Friars.com Recap

Sunday, Oct. 26

Dartmouth 6, New Hampshire 2

Facing their second ECAC opponent of the weekend, the Wildcats again didn’t have much of an answer for the offense they were facing. Kate Haslett and Kayla Mork scored in the loss. | Box Score | UNHWildcats.com Recap

Connecticut 2, Rensselaer 2 (OT)

Harris tallied again for the Huskies, and Sarah MacDonnell also got on the board to help UConn earn the tie. Annie Belanger made 30 saves in net as well. | Box Score | UConnHuskies.com Recap

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