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February 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
STOP IT
GOALTENDER
Stop It Goaltending
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoJOHNNY GAUDREAU - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.


Gaudreau earms monthly honors for the third time this season as he scored at least a point in each of the Eagles' seven games, scoring goals in six of them. With another point on March 1, Gaudreau has a 29-game scoring streak in which he has 27-29-56. He leads the NCAA in scoring.
photoSTEVEN SUMMERHAYS - NOTRE DAME
Senior Goaltender; Anchorage, Alaska


After dropping the first two games of the month, Summerhays and the Irish got it together in a big way. Unbeaten in his last five starts of the month, Summerhays finished February with three staright shutouts.
photoMARIO PUSKARICH - VERMONT
Freshman Forward; Fort Walton Beach, Fla.


Puskarich led UVM with six goals in February and added four assists for 10 points in seven contests. He registered at least one point in all but one game and netted a natural hat trick in the third period at Merrimack on Feb. 21.

January 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
STOP IT
GOALTENDER
Stop It Goaltending
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoJOHNNY GAUDREAU - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.


Gaudreau earms monthly honors for the third time this season as he scored at least a point in each of the Eagles' seven games, scoring goals in six of them. With another point on March 1, Gaudreau has a 29-game scoring streak in which he has 27-29-56. He leads the NCAA in scoring.
photoCLAY WITT - NORTHEASTERN
Junior Goaltender; Brandon, Florida


Witt played six of his seven January games against teams who were ranked in USCHO's Top 20 in the nation. And against that schedule, he stopped 95% of the shots sent his way. In backto- back wins midway through the month, he had 47 and 46 saves, respectively, the former coming at Fenway Park against UMass Lowell. His final win of the month was a 30-save shutout at Notre Dame.
photoTHATCHER DEMKO - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Goalie; San Diego, Calif.


Playing four of his five January games on the road did nothing to rattle this young freshman goalie. Already posting strong numbers through his first four starts, he put it all together at #7 Providence, stopping all 30 shots for his first career shutout, a 2-0 win over the Friars.

December 2013 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
STOP IT
GOALTENDER
Stop It Goaltending
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoDEVIN SHORE - MAINE
Sophomore Forward; Ajax, Ont.


Shore scored 10 points (2g,8a) in December for the Black Bears. He had a point in all five games, including a career-high five points (1g,4a) in Maine's 7-1 win over AIC on December 13 at Alfond Arena. Scored Maine's lone goal in 1-1 tie with Cornell in the Florida College Classic Championship Game.
photoBRIAN BILLETT - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Goaltender; Brunswick, Maine


Billett finished the month with a 3-0 record for the Eagles with a 1.04 GAA and a .970 save percentage. He recorded his first-career shutout at the Three Rivers Classic tournament, shutting out Bowling Green, 5-0, with 27 stops. He stopped 97-of-100 shots faced and allowed two goals or fewer in all three contests. Had 39 saves in the 6-2 victory vs. New Hampshire at Conte Forum on December 6th.
photoMARIO PUSKARICH - VERMONT
Freshman Forward; Fort Walton Beach, Fla.


Puskarich notched five points (2g,3a) in the month, helping the Catamounts to a 3-1-0 record and the Catamount Cup title over the holiday break. He recorded a point in three of four games and had two multi-point performances to his credit. Scored a goals vs. Clarkson and Canisius to close out the month.

November 2013 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
STOP IT
GOALTENDER
Stop It Goaltending
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoJOHNNY GAUDREAU - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.


Gaudreau scored a point in every game in the month of November, factoring 17 points (9g,8a) and 39 shots on goal (4.3 spg) during that stretch. The Carneys Point, N.J., native had a plus rating in every game except two, finishing with a +11 rating in November. He tallied a pair of game-winning goals and his first-ever short-handed goal against Northeastern on Nov. 1. He registered four multi-point efforts for the Eagles and was named Warrior Hockey Player of the Week on Nov. 11 for his seven-point (3g,4a) week vs. BU and Army.
photoJON GILLIES - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
Sophomore Goaltender; South Portland, Maine


Gillies went 7-1-1 in November with a 1.85 GAA and a .942 save percentage. Gillies, who made 294 saves in the month, recorded a pair of shutouts at Merrimack and at Vermont to become PC's all-time leader in career shutouts with eight. He also turned in a 45- save performance at No. 5 Quinnipiac on Nov. 27.

photoCONNOR HELLEBUYCK - UMASS LOWELL
Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.


Hellebuyck went 4-1-0 with a 1.41 GAA and a .959 save percentage with two shutouts during the month of November including consecutive shutouts. His 179:21 scoreless streak in the month was the the third longest in school history. Hellebuyck bested three Hockey East foes during the month including consecutive wins over No. 6 ranked Notre Dame at the Tsongas Center.
photoRYAN FITZGERALD - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Forward; North Reading, Mass.


Fitzgerald had a league-high 11 points (6g,5a) among rookies in nine games in the month for the Eagles, helping the team to a 6-2-1 record. He notched 27 shots on goal (3.0 spg) with a +7 plus/minus rating in November. Fitzgerald registered a point in eight of the nine games, posted two multiple point performances. Fitzgerald was named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week in November 4th for his two goals in the series sweep of Northeastern.

October 2013 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
STOP IT
GOALTENDER
Stop It Goaltending
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoKEVIN ROY - NORTHEASTERN
Sophomore Forward; Lac-Beauport, Que.


Roy registered 12 points (7g,5a) in six games played in October, recording a point in all six games, including five multi-point games and four-point effort with a hat trick in the season opener for the Huskies. His 12 points are tied for the most in the nation and his seven goals are the third best total in Div. I hockey. Roy's 1.17 points per game rank second nationally.
photoJON GILLIES - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
Sophomore Goaltender; South Portland, Maine


Gillies went 3-0-1 in October, including two wins over then 11thranked Minnesota State and a win and a tie vs. No. 3 Miami. He posted a 1.71 GAA, made 130 saves and posted a .950 save percentage. Against Minnesota State on Oct. 12, Gillies made 38 saves to post his sixth career shutout. He allowed two goals or fewer in three of his four starts and posted 30+ three times.

photoVINCE HINOSTROZA - NOTRE DAME
Freshman Forward; Bartlett, Ill.


Hinostroza led Notre Dame in scoring with eights point (3g,5a) in his first six college games for the Fighting Irish in October. He is tied for second on the team with 17 shots on goal and is +3 on the year with one power play goal. He recorded a point in five of six games, including two multipoint efforts.

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