Women’s Hockey East Weekly Recap: November 3rd, 2014

Tuesday, Oct. 28

Boston University 3, Northeastern 2

Rebecca Russo’s two goals helped lift the Terriers to the victory in their home opener. Freshman goaltender Erin O’Neil had a really good outing in goal, making 37 saves to help BU come out on top. Rebecca Leslie notched two assists as well for BU, while Kendall Coyne had a goal and an assist for Northeastern. Huskies netminder Chloe Desjardins had 30 saves in the loss. | Box Score | GoTerriers.com Recap | GoNU.com Recap

Thursday, Oct. 30

Northeastern 2, New Hampshire 0

Hayley Scamurra and Kendall Coyne led the Huskies with a goal and an assist each in the win. Despite a 13-3 shot advantage in the third period, the Wildcats could not get one past Northeastern goaltender Chloe Desjardins, who made 28 saves total in the shutout effort. Vilma Vaattovaara made 17 saves in the loss. | Box Score | GoNU.com Recap | UNHWildcats.com Recap

Friday, Oct. 31

Boston College 8, Providence 0

Alex Carpenter, Emily Field, and Tori Sullivan all scored twice, while Carpenter, Toni Ann Miano, and Dana Trivigno led the Eagles with two points each. Haley Skarupa and Lexi Bender also recorded multi-point nights, and Katie Burt and Gabrielle Switaj combined for the nine-save shutout in net. All three of Providence’s goaltender saw time in the loss, but Allie Morse led the trio with 17 saves in her 33+ minutes of action. Final shots on goal were 45-9 in favor of BC. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap | Friars.com Recap

Connecticut 3, Maine 3 (OT)

The Black Bears and Huskies went back and forth throughout the first and second periods, but no one could find a game-winner in the final 20 minutes or overtime. UConn’s Caitlin Hewes led all players with two assists, and Elaine Chuli made 35 saves in net for the Huskies. Maine’s Meghann Treacy had 29 to keep the Black Bears even. | Box Score | UConnHuskies.com Recap | GoBlackBears.com Recap

Saturday, Nov. 1

Boston College 4, Providence 1

Meghan Grieves tallied twice to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead in the first period, and Tori Sullivan and Andie Anastos scored in the third to settle it. Kenzie Kent also recorded two assists, and Katie Burt had 18 saves in net. Allie Morse made 30 saves for the Friars, and Allison Micheletti scored their lone goal in the loss. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap | Friars.com Recap

Maine 1, Northeastern 0

The Black Bears shut out a Coyne-less Huskies squad that is now just 2-4-3 on the year. Kristin Gilmour scored the game’s lone goal to give Maine the win, and Mariah Fujimagari made 20 saves for the shutout. Desjardins again kept Northeastern as level as possible with another 28-save performance, but the Huskies just couldn’t find a way to score. | Box Score | GoBlackBears.com Recap | GoNU.com Recap

Sunday, Nov. 2

Boston University 4, New Hampshire 2

The Terriers faced a 2-1 deficit in the third period after Nicoline Jensen scored to give New Hampshire the lead, but Sarah Lefort knotted things up at 2-2 before Rebecca Russo scored the game-winner for BU. Lefort tallied twice in all for the Terriers, while freshman Erin O’Neil made 32 saves in net to lift them to the win. Jensen had a two-point night for the Wildcats, who outshot Boston University 34-30 in the game. | Box Score | GoTerriers.com Recap | UNHWildcats.com Recap

Vermont 6, Connecticut 0

Even without the services of Amanda Pelkey, the Catamounts still hung six on UConn, and are now off to their best start in program history with a 6-2-1 record. Dayna Colang and Brittany Zuback led UVM with a goal and an assist each, while Zuback had a team-high seven shots. Cassidy Campeau notched two assists, and Madison Litchfield recorded 19 saves for the shutout. | Box Score | UVMAthletics.com Recap | UConnHuskies.com Recap

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