Women’s Hockey East Weekly Recap: December 1st, 2014

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Boston College 4, Yale 0

Alex Carpenter led the Eagles with three assists in the win, and Emily Pfalzer and Haley Skarupa each netted a goal and an assist. Emily Field and Meghan Grieves also scored for BC, and Katie Burt picked up another shutout in net, turning in an 18-save performance. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap

Friday, Nov. 28

Boston College 10, Harvard 2

Kenzie Kent put BC up 1-0 just 25 seconds in, but the two teams traded goals until Dana Trivigno snapped a 2-2 tie at the 5:38 mark of the second period. It was the first of eight unanswered goals that the Eagles would score to finish off the game. Carpenter and Skarupa each netted two goals and four assists, while Kent had a four-point night and Trivigno also tallied twice. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap

Wisconsin 5, New Hampshire 0

A four-goal second period powered the Badgers to the win. 33 saves from Vilma Vaattovaara were not enough for the Wildcats to slow Wisconsin’s offense in the loss. Hannah Armstrong, Nicoline Jensen, and Amy Schlagel led the team with three shots apiece. | Box Score | UNHWildcats.com Recap

Brown 2, Providence 1

The Friars fell to their crosstown rivals in the 20th annual Mayor’s Cup. Blair Parent broke a scoreless tie midway through the third period to get Providence on the board first, but the Bears came back to tie it and eventually scored the winner with only 2:53 left in regulation. Allie Morse made 16 saves in the loss. | Box Score | Friars.com Recap

Clarkson 2, Connecticut 1 (OT)

The Huskies nearly pulled off the upset behind an outstanding goaltending performance from Elaine Chuli. They took a 1-0 lead into the third period thanks to a goal from Kayla Campera in the middle of the second period, but the Golden Knights tied it up late and then won in overtime. Chuli made a total of 51 saves in the contest to keep UConn in it the whole way. | Box Score | UConnHuskies.com Recap

Saturday, Nov. 29

Maine 3, Vermont 0

Kristin Gilmour got the scoring started early, with a goal just 14 seconds in, Abbey Cook extended the lead to 2-0 just over three minutes later. The Black Bears added a power-play tally in the third period from Audra Richards, who led the team with a two-point night, and Meghann Treacy made 38 saves in the shutout. For Vermont, Madison Litchfield made 24 saves, and Amanda Pelkey and Taylor Willard led the Catamounts with six shots apiece. | Box Score | GoBlackBears.com Recap | UVMAthletics.com Recap

Boston University 4, Dartmouth 2

The Terriers scored four straight goals, taking a 2-0 lead in the first and adding to it with goals in each of the next two periods. The Big Green tried to mount a late comeback, but only pulled within two with 2:45 remaining in the third. Marie-Philip Poulin led the Terriers with two goals and an assist, while Sarah Lefort and Lillian Braga each tallied a goal and an assist. Victoria Hanson picked up the win with a 20-save performance. | Box Score | GoTerriers.com Recap

Harvard 4, Northeastern 3

Two goals from Hayley Scamurra helped the Huskies jump out to a 2-0 lead, but Harvard had things tied up before the end of the first. Denisa Krizova then scored to put Northeastern ahead once again just 40 seconds into the third, but the Crimson responded about a minute later and then broke the 3-3 tie midway through the frame. Chloe Desjardins made 32 saves in the loss. | Box Score | GoNU.com Recap

Wisconsin 5, New Hampshire 0

The Wildcats again fell to the Badgers in shutout fashion, unable to score on Wisconsin with 16 shots on net. Ashley Wilkes made 44 saves in net despite the five goals against, and Kayla Mork led the team with three shots on goal. | Box Score | UNHWildcats.com Recap

Providence 4, Brown 2

The Friars responded with a win of their own at home against the Bears, behind a two-goal effort from Beth Hanrahan. They led, 2-1, going into the third, but Brown tied it up over halfway through the frame. Cassidy Carels scored to put the Friars up on the power play with only 4:31 remaining before Hanrahan sealed it with an empty-netter. Morse made 20 saves between the pipes for the win. | Box Score | Friars.com Recap

Connecticut 3, Yale 1

The Huskies scored three unanswered to take the win over the Bulldogs in Nutmeg Classic action. Yale took a 1-0 lead midway through the opening period, but UConn answered quickly with a goal from Kelly Harris just 1:51 later. Madison Badeau gave the Huskies the lead in the second period, and Emily Snodgrass sealed it with an empty-net goal at the end. Chuli backstopped the team to the win with another 32 saves. | Box Score | UConnHuskies.com Recap

Sunday, Nov. 30

Maine 2, Vermont 1

The Black Bears completed a notable road sweep of the Catamounts, thanks to a late game-winner and another solid goaltending performance. Jennifore More started the scoring off, giving Maine a 1-0 lead midway through the first, but UVM’s Klara Myren knotted things up a little over three minutes later. The game went scoreless for a while after that, until Richards broke the tie with only 2:12 left in the third. Treacy stopped 31 shots in net, while Litchfield had 19 saves at the other end. | Box Score | GoBlackBears.com Recap | UVMAthletics.com Recap

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