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Week of April 14, 2014
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photo#13 JOHNNY GAUDREAU, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.)


Gaudreau received the Hobey Baker Award on April 11, a day after scoring three points in BC's 5-4 loss to Union in the Frozen Four semifinal. With those three points, Gaudreau, the nation's leading scorer, finished with 80 points on the year. On April 13, in his first NHL game, he scored Calgary's only goal in a 5-1 Flames loss.
photo#19 RYAN FITZGERALD, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Forward; North Reading, Mass.)


Brought the Eagles to within a goal at 4-3 with just under two minutes remaining in Thursday's NCAA Semifinal in Philadelhia. It was Fitzgerald's 13th goal of the season.
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Week of March 31, 2014
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photo#13 JOHNNY GAUDREAU, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.)


Gaudreau had a record-tying six points in a 6-2 win over Denver (3-3-6) and added two assists in a 4-3 win over UMass Lowell as BC won the Northeast Regional in Worcester, Massachusetts.
photo#3 IAN MCCOSHEN, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Defenseman; Hudson, Wis.)


Scored the game-winning goal at 11:16 of the third period to lift BC to a thrilling 4-3 win over HE rival UMass Lowell in the final of the NCAA Northeast Regional in Worcester.
photo#32 JON GILLIES, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Sophomore Goaltender; South Portland, Maine)


Allowed only three goals in two games at the NCAA East Regional in Bridgeport, Connecticut, stopping all 37 shots in 4-0 shutout of Quinnipiac.

Week of March 24, 2014
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photo#31 CONNOR HELLEBUYCK, UMASS LOWELL
(Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.)


Tournament MVP for the second straight year. Became the first goalie in Hockey East history to record back-to-back shutouts in the HE Tournament, blanking Notre Dame (35 saves) and New Hampshire (30 saves) to lead UMass Lowell to a successful defense of its Hockey East playoff title. The two shutouts extended Hellebuyck's TD Garden streak to three, as he shut out Boston University in the 2013 Hockey East final.
photo#8 EVAN CAMPBELL, UMASS LOWELL
(Freshman Forward; Port Coquitlam, B.C.)


Scored his eighth goal of the seaon, on the power play, in the River Hawks' 4-0 semifinal win over Notre Dame.
photo#31 CONNOR HELLEBUYCK, UMASS LOWELL
(Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.)


Tournament MVP for the second straight year. Became the first goalie in Hockey East history to record back-to-back shutouts in the HE Tournament, blanking Notre Dame (35 saves) and New Hampshire (30 saves) to lead UMass Lowell to a successful defense of its Hockey East playoff title. The two shutouts extended Hellebuyck's TD Garden streak to three, as he shut out Boston University in the 2013 Hockey East final.

Week of March 17, 2014
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photo#27 KEVIN GOUMAS, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Senior Forward; Long Beach, N.Y.)


Goumas picked a good time for his second hat trick of the year, going 3-1-4 in the third and decisive Quarterfinal game against Northeastern, a 5-4 win. He was 3-2-5 on the weekend.

photo#19 DEREK ARMY, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Senior Forward; North Kingstown, R.I.)


Army scored the game-winning goal both nights as PC swept Maine.
photo#19 MIKE SZMATULA, NORTHEASTERN
(Freshman Forward; Commerce Township, Mich.)


Had a three-goal weekend and added an assist as the Huskies battled through three-one-goal games, coming up short at UNH.
photo#28 STEPHEN JOHNS, NOTRE DAME
(Senior Defenseman; Wmapum, Pa.)


Backboned Irish defensive effort and scored three goals on the weekend as #8 Notre Dame bested #1 Boston College, 7-2, 2-4 and 4-2.

photo#31 CONNOR HELLEBUYCK, UMASS LOWELL
(Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.)


Stopped 79 of 85 shots, including 30 in a 2-1 Game Three victory over Vermont.

Week of March 10, 2014
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photo#23 CONNOR BRICKLEY, VERMONT
(Senior Forward; Everett, Mass.)


The Florida draft pick scored with just 1:07 remaining in regulation to lift #7 Vermont over #10 Massachusetts before 2,823 at Gutterson Fieldhouse.
photo#19 ROBBIE BAILLARGEON, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Freshman Forward; Enfield, Conn.)


Figured in on both Terrier goals in a 3-2 quarterfinal loss at Notre Dame. Down 2-0, Baillargeon set up Evan Rodrigues in the second period and then scored at 14:22 of the third to cut the Irish's 3-1 lead to a single goal.
photo#51 MARTIN OUELLETTE, MAINE
(Senior Goaltender; Hippolyte, Que.)


Ouelette stopped all 29 Merrimack shots in a 2-0 Opening Round victory for his third shutout of the year. Maine advances to play Providence in the quarterfinals.

Week of March 3, 2014
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photo#27 KEVIN GOUMAS, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Senior Forward; Long Beach, N.Y.)


Goumas recorded five points (1g, 4a) in a split weekend series at Merrimack. In an important regular season-ending 5-2 win, he went 1-3-4 to help lead UNH to home-ice as the fourth seed in the Hockey East quarterfinals. His third assist on Saturday was the 100th of his career.
photo#13 VINCE HINOSTROZA, NOTRE DAME
(Freshman Forward; Bartlett, Ill.)


His goal at 1:56 of overtime gave the Irish a 2-1 win over the #1 team in the country before a sellout crowd of 7,884 at Boston College's Conte Forum.
photo#32 JON GILLIES, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Sophomore Goaltender; South Portland, Maine)


Gillies more than survived the tough Alfond Arena environment at Maine in backstopping his Friars to a pair of tough road wins, 4-2 and 3-2, and lifting the Friars to a third place finish. He stopped 63 of 67 shots in the two victories.

Week of February 24, 2014
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photo#15 KEVIN ROY, NORTHEASTERN
(Sophomore Forward; Lac-Beauport, Que.)


Roy had a goal and five assists in two games last weekend, including a career-high tying four assists on Saturday. Roy had a point in six of NU's eight goals during the weekend.
photo#21 MARIO PUSKARICH, VERMONT
(Freshman Forward; Fort Walton Beach, Fla.)


Puskarich had 3-2-5 in a weekend sweep at Merrimack. He scored a natural hat trick in the third period of a 4-1 win on Friday and added an assist. Puskarich posted another helper on Saturday in a 4-3 win and closed the weekend with 15 shots on goal and a plus-3 rating.
photo#1 STEVEN SUMMERHAYS, NOTRE DAME
(Senior Goaltender; Anchorage, Alaska)


Summerhays earned this honor a week ago, stopping 98% of the shots he faced. Well, he was even better this week, recording a pair of 2-0 shutouts over visiting Boston University, stopping all 41 shots he faced.

photo#31 DOUG CARR, UMASS LOWELL
(Senior Goaltender; Hanover, Mass.)


While Summerhays had 41 saves on the weekend, Carr had 41 saves on Saturday night, against the #1 team in the nation as the River Hawks tied BC, 2-2, before 7,649 at the Tsongas Center.

Week of February 17, 2014
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photo#23 PATRICK BROWN, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Forward; Bloomfield Hills, Mich.)


The Eagles captain had a pair of two-goal games, scoring the gamewinning goal in each of those contests, a 4-1 win in the Beanpot Final against Northeastern on Monday and a 4-3 win at Vermont on Friday. He also added an assist in Saturday's 5-3 win at UVM.
photo#8 EVAN CAMPBELL, UMASS LOWELL
(Freshman Forward; Port Coquitlam, B.C.)


Scored a career-high two goals in the 3-2 last second win vs. UMass on Friday. Finished the night with four shots on goal and a +2 rating.
photo#1 STEVEN SUMMERHAYS, NOTRE DAME
(Senior Goaltender; Anchorage, Alaska)


Summerhays was immense in leading the Irish to three road points at Providence. In a 2-2 OT tie, he made a career-high 47 saves and then came back with a 36-save 3-0 shutout. Numbers for the trip: 0.96 GAA and .976 save percentage.

Week of February 10, 2014
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photo#21 BRYAN RUST, NOTRE DAME
(Senior Forward; Novi, Mich.)


Just when it looked like the Irish might get swept at home by Maine, Rust struck twice, first with an extra attacker to tie the Black Bears, 2-2, at 18:52. Then he got the GWG 24 seconds later at 19:16 for the win. Rust also assisted on ND's only goal on Friday night.
photo#1 MIKE SANTAGUIDA, VERMONT
(Freshman Goaltender; Mississauga, Ont.)


Santaguida stopped 54 of 57 shots (.947) to backbone UVM's road sweep at UNH.
photo#31 CLAY WITT, NORTHEASTERN
(Junior Goaltender; Brandon, Fla.)


Stopped 96% of the shots he saw, the first 27 in a 6-0 Beanpot shutout of Harvard, followed by 45 saves in a 3-0 loss to UMass.

photo#51 MARTIN OUELLETTE, MAINE
(Senior Goaltender; Ste. Hippolyte, Quebec)


Followed a 36-save night in a 2-1 win at Notre Dame with a career high 39 saves in a tough 3-2 loss to the Irish, seeing a 2-1 lead evaporate in the final minutes.

Week of February 3, 2014
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photo#27 KEVIN GOUMAS, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Senior Forward; Long Beach, New York)


Goumas was named the #2 Star in each of the Wildcats' wins over Notre Dame this past weekend. He went 1-2-3 in a 4-2 win on Friday and 1-1-2 in Saturday's 5-2 triumph.
photo#30 THATCHER DEMKO, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Goaltender; San Diego, Calif.)


Recorded his first career shutout Friday night, 2-0, at #7 Providence, stopping all 30 Friar shots.
photo#29 CONNOR HELLEBUYCK, UMASS LOWELL
(Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.)


Won a pair of games against Merrimack, stopping 23 shots in a 4-2 win and following up with a 33-save shutout, 4-0.

photo#29 MATT O'CONNOR, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sophomore Goaltender; Toronto, Ont.)


Made 46 saves in a 3-3 OT tie at UMass on Friday. BU was outshot 38-15 after two periods but O'Connor had the Terriers in the lead at that point, 2-1.

Week of January 27, 2014
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photo#94 DEVIN SHORE, MAINE
(Sophomore Forward; Ajax, Ont.)


Shore's two-way play enabled Maine to salvage a weekend split against border rival UNH as the Black Bears rebounded from Friday's 3-2 loss in Durham with a 4-2 win on Saturday in Orono. Down 2-1 after two (the lone Maine goal coming from Shore), #94 set up three third period goals to pace the win.
photo#16 CHRIS LEBLANC, MERRIMACK
(Freshman Forward; Winthrop, Mass.)


Went 2-1-3 in Warriors' split with UMass, scoring in a 5-2 loss Friday and then netting the GTG and setting up the GWG in third period of a 3-2 home win on Saturday.
photo#31 CLAY WITT, NORTHEASTERN
(Junior Goaltender; Brandon, Fla.)


Made 30 stops each night in a split at Notre Dame, blanking the #15 Irish, 4-0, on Friday, and stopping 30 of 33 in 3-0 loss on Saturday.

Week of January 20, 2014
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photo#12 KEVIN HAYES, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Forward; Dorchester, Mass.)


Hayes enjoyed a seven-point weekend, highlighted by a 3-2-5 night on Saturday in a 7-2 win over Maine. He also had two assists in Friday's 6-4 win over Boston University.
photo#21 MARIO PUSKARICH, VERMONT
(Freshman Forward; Fort Walton, Beach, Fla.)


Enjoyed a four-point weekend, going 2-2-4 as the Catamounts split games at #11 Northeastern.
photo#32 JON GILLIES, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Sophomore Goaltender; South Portland, Maine)


Gillies' play in Colorado Springs allowed the Friars to take three of four points from the Tigers of Colorado College. The netminder stopped 55 of 59 shots (.923).

Week of January 13, 2014
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photo#14 BRADEN PIMM, NORTHEASTERN
(Senior Forward; Fort St. John, British Columbia)


Pimm scored four goals in two games, including the game-tying goal with 33.6 seconds left in regulation at Providence before netting the game-winner in overtime. The other two came at Fenway Park in a 4-1 win over UMass Lowell.
photo#13 VINCE HINOSTROZA, NOTRE DAME
(Freshman Forward; Bartlett, Ill.)


Had a goal in each of Notre Dame's weekend victories over visiting Alabama-Huntsville as the Irish moved to 12-8-1.
photo#32 RASMUS TIRRONEN, MERRIMACK
(Junior Goaltender; Espoo, Finland)


Made a career high 34 saves in a 4-0 blanking of #11 Clarkson up in Potsdam, NY. Allowed just two goals in the weekend split for a save percentage of .943.

Week of January 6, 2014
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photo#9 MATT WILLOWS, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Junior Forward; Congers, N.Y.)


Willows had five points (4g,1a) in a two-game home sweep of Nebraska- Omaha. He had a goal in Friday's 6-3 win and then registered a hat trick and an assist in Saturday night's 5-2 victory.
photo#21 MARIO PUSKARICH, VERMONT
(Freshman Forward; Fort Walton, Beach, Fla.)


Assisted on all three Catamount goals on Saturday night, including GTG at 19:07 of the third, as Vermont skated to a 3-3 OT tie vs. then #11 Yale before 4,007 at Gutterson.
photo#31 DOUG CARR, UMASS LOWELL
(Senior Goaltender; Hanover, Mass.)


With Connor Hellebuyck sidelined, Carr stepped in and earned three of a possible four points against visiting Clarkson, the #9 team in the country at the time. Carr stopped 27 of 28 shots in Friday's 1-1 OT tie and then added 29 saves in a 4-3 win on Saturday.

Week of December 31, 2013
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photo#13 JOHNNY GAUDREAU, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.)


Named Three Rivers Classic Tournament MVP after accounting for five points (2g,3a), including the game winner against Bowling Green to extend his point streak to a career-best 13 games. He finished the tournament with eight shots on goals and a +4 rating for the Eagles.
photo#21 MARIO PUSKARICH, VERMONT
(Freshman Forward; Fort Walton, Beach, Fla.)


Puskarich netted a pair of goals and one assist as Vermont captured the Catamount Cup over the weekend. He scored his third game-winning goal of the season against Canisius on Sunday and posted a +2 rating with six shots on goal in the tournament.
photo#27 ZACK KAMRASS, UMASS LOWELL
(Junior Defenseman; Atlanta, Ga.)


Kamrass notched five assists in two wins during the Catamount Cup Tournament, including three assists against Canisius on saturday and two against No. 10 Clarkson on Sunday. He notched four shots on goal and a +3 rating on the weekend.

photo#51 MARTIN OUELLETTE, MAINE
(Senior Goaltender; St-Hippolyte, Que.)


Ouellette went 1-0-1 on the weekend with 68 saves (.986 save%). He recorded his third shutout of the season on Saturday with 33 stops vs. Princeton. Ouellette stopped 35 of 36 Cornell shots on Sunday. Ouellette made seven straight saves in a shoot-out to determine the winner of the Florida College Classic.

Week of December 23, 2013
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photo#15 KEVIN ROY, NORTHEASTERN
(Sophomore Forward; Lac-Beauport, Que.)


Roy had three points (1g,2a) at Vermont on Tuesday, extending his point streak to four games for the Huskies. He finished the game with 3 shots on goal and a +3 rating for Northeastern.
photo#35 NICK ELLIS, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Freshman Goaltender; Millersville, Md.)


Ellis stopped 19 of the 20 shots (.950 save%) to help the Friars post a 4-1 win over Army on Friday night.
photo#31 CLAY WITT, NORTHEASTERN
(Junior Goaltender; Brandon, Fla.)


Witt made 44 saves to collect his second career shutout, which included 22 stops in the third period at Vermont on Tuesday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse.

Week of December 16, 2013
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photo#94 DEVIN SHORE, MAINE
(Sophomore Forward; Ajax, Ont.)


Shore notched six points (1g,5a) in two victories against American International over the weekend at Alfond Arena. He had a career-high five points (1g,4a) in Friday's 7-1 win and then dished out an assist on Saturday in the 5-1 triumph. Shore notched eight shots on goal and a +5 plus/minus rating on the weekend.
photo#21 MARIO PUSKARICH, VERMONT
(Freshman Forward; Fort Walton Beach, Fla.)


Puskarich posted a pair of assists and a +2 rating in a 5-1 win over St. Lawrence on Saturday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse.
photo#39 STEVE MASTALERZ, MASSACHUSETTS
(Junior Goaltender; North Andover, Mass.)


Mastalerz stopped 58 of the 60 shots (.967 save%) in two road wins at Colgate. He recorded 25 saves in his third career shutout on Saturday (2-0) and followed that up with 33 stops in the 3-2 win on Sunday.

Week of December 9, 2013
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photo#14 ROSS MAUERMANN, PROVIDENCE
(Junior Forward; Janesville, Wis.)


Mauermann sparked the Friars' three-goal third period comeback at Northeastern, assisting on each of PC's three goals to lift the team to a 3-3 road tie on Friday night at Matthews Arena.
photo#15 RAY PIGOZZI, MASSACHUSETTS
(Freshman Forward; Evanston, Ill.)


Pigozzi had a four-point weekend (4a) with a pair of multi-point games on the road at No. 11 Notre Dame. Set up the game-winning goal on the power play to help UMass to its first road victory and first win over a ranked team this season. Logged assists on four of the Minutemen's six goals on the weekend.
photo#30 THATCHER DEMKO, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Goaltender; San Diego, Calif.)


Demko recorded 28 saves (.966 save%) in the Eagles' 2-1 road win at UNH on Saturday night at the Whittemore Center, which included 12 stops in the opening period vs. the Wildcats.

Week of December 2, 2013
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photo#21 NICK SORKIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Senior Forward; Rockville, Md.)


Sorkin recorded five points (3g,2a) in two game road sweep of Colorado College. He notched a pair of goals in Friday's 6-2 win and followed that up with three points (1g,2a) in the 3-0 shutout on Saturday. He fired seven shots in three games during the week.
photo#20 HAMPUS GUSTAFSSON, MERRIMACK
(Freshman Forward; Ljungby, Sweden)


Gustafsson posted a career-high two goals, accounting for all of Merrimack's offense at Yale on Saturday night. He finished the game with three shots on goal and a +2 rating for the Warriors.
photo#31 CLAY WITT, NORTHEASTERN
(Senior Goaltender; Brandon, Fla.)


Witt went 1-0-1 on the week for the Huskies with 61 saves (.953 save%) to earn All-Tournament honors at the Shillelagh Tournament hosted by Notre Dame. He posted 30 saves in the 1-1 tie on Friday vs. Western Michigan and 31 saves in the 3-2 victory vs. No. 10 Notre Dame on Saturday night.

Week of November 25, 2013
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photo#37 CONNOR HELLEBUYCK, UMASS LOWELL
(Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.)


Hellebuyck stopped 74 of 75 shots (.987 save%) on the weekend in leading the River Hawks to 1-0 and 3-1 wins against No. 6 Notre Dame. He made 40 stops on Friday in his eighth career shutout and followed that up with a 34-save effort on Saturday afternoon.

photo#94 DEVIN SHORE, MAINE
(Sophomore Forward; Ajax, Ont.)


Shore registered two goals and an assist in Maine's 5-1 win over Boston College on Saturday night. He scored Maine's first goal just 37 seconds into the game and Maine would never relinquish the lead, while his second goal came midway through the second frame. Shore posted three shots on goal in the game with a +2 rating.
photo#27 DALEN HEDGES, NORTHEASTERN
(Freshman Forward; Ottawa, Ont.)


Hedges notched four points (2g,2a) on the weekend, he tied a career-high with three points (2g,1a) at Merrimack on Friday night. He also won 23-of- 27 face-offs over the weekend for the Huskies and recorded six shots on goal with a +3 plus/minus rating.
photo#29 MATT O'CONNOR, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sophomore Goaltender; Toronto, Ont.)


O'Connor stopped 92 of the 96 shots (.958 save%) he faced over the weekend to lead BU to a win and tie against No. 14 North Dakota. In Saturday's draw, he recorded a career-high 55 saves at Agganis Arena.

Week of November 18, 2013
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photo#14 ROSS MAUERMANN, PROVIDENCE
(Junior Forward; Janesville, Wis.)


Mauermann registered four points (3g,1a) in Providence's weekend sweep at Vermont, including two goals Friday and the game-winner on Saturday night. He finished the weekend with five shots on goal and a +4 rating for the Friars.
photo#31 MAC HAIGHT, MASSACHUSETTS
(Freshman Goaltender; Sammamish, Wash.)


Haight, who is filling in for the injured Steve Mastalerz, made the first two starts of his career, stopping 57 shots (.934 save%) against No.7 Boston College, who came into the weekend with the No. 1 ranked offense in the nation (5.00 gpg). He notched 31 saves in Thursday's loss at the Mullins Center and 26 saves in Friday's 2-2 at Conte Forum.
photo#29 CASEY DESMITH, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Junior Goaltender; Rochester, N.H.)


DeSmith earned a pair of wins in a season sweep over Northeastern on the week, allowing just one goal on 54 shots faced (.981 save%). He earned a 22-save shutout in the first game against the Huskies, while helping the 'Cats to a 4-1 win in the second game with 31 saves on 32 shots faced.

Week of November 11, 2013
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photo#13 JOHNNY GAUDREAU, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Junior Forward; Carneys Point, N.J.)


Gaudreau scored seven points (3g,4a) over the course of the weekend, including both game winning goals over Boston University and Army. He recorded three points (1g,2a) in the 5-1 road win at BU on Friday and then followed that up with a four-point effort (2g,2a) in the 11-0 win vs. Army on Sunday at Conte Forum. Gaudreau finished the two games with seven shots on goal and a +6 plus/minus rating.
photo#13 VINCE HINOSTROZA, NOTRE DAME
(Freshman Forward; Bartlett, Ill.)


Hinostroza had four assists in Notre Dame's split with No. 1 Minnesota. He assisted on Sam Herr's game winner in 4-1 win on Friday and then had three assists in the 5-4 loss. He was +2 on the weekend with four shots on goal for the Fighting Irish.
photo#31 CLAY WITT, NORTHEASTERN
(Senior Goaltender; Brandon, Fla.)


Witt made 32 saves (.941 save%) at No. 11 UMass Lowell, including the final 15 shots he faced on Saturday night at the Tsongas Center.

Week of November 4, 2013
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photo#14 ROSS MAUERMANN, PROVIDENCE
(Junior Forward; Janesville, Wis.)


Mauermann recorded five points (3g,2a) in the weekend split with BU, including three points (2g,1a) in Saturday's 3-1 victory. Totaled 13 shots and a +3 rating on the week.

photo#10 DANNY O'REGAN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sophomore Forward; Needham, Mass.)


Scored the game-tying and game-winning goals in Friday's four-goal comeback victory over No. 3 Providence at Agganis Arena. He also added an assist on Saturday night.
photo#19 RYAN FITZGERALD, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Forward; North Reading, Mass..)


Scored a goal in each game against Northeastern in the weekend sweep. Finished the series with four shots on goal vs. the Huskies.
photo#27 ZACK KAMRASS, UMASS LOWELL
(Junior Defenseman; Atlanta, Ga.)


Registered four assists, a +3 plus/minus rating and seven blocked shots in a weekend sweep of Hockey East rival New Hampshire.

photo#39 STEVE MASTALERZ, MASSACHUSETTS
(Junior Goaltender; North Andover, Mass.)


Mastalerz helped UMass to a three-point weekend vs. Maine, turning aside 64 of 66 shots faced (.970 save%). He notched a season-high 38 saves in the 2-1 victory on Saturday night at the Mullins Center.

Week of October 28, 2013
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photo#24 MARK ANTHOINE, MAINE
(Senior Forward; Lewiston, Maine)


Anthoine scored five points (3g,2a) to lead Maine to a non-league weekend sweep of Massachusetts. He scored Maine's first goal in a 3-2 overtime win on Friday at Alfond Arena and followed that up with four points (2g,2a), including the game-winner on Saturday against the Minutemen. He finished the weekend a with nine shots and +6 plus/minus rating.
photo#11 NIKO RUFO, PROVIDENCE
(Freshman Forward; Stoneham, Mass.)


Rufo scored the overtime game-winning goal in Providence's 3-2 win over No. 3 Miami on Friday night at Schneider Arena. He registered two shots on goal in the series opener vs. the Red Hawks.
photo#37 CONNOR HELLEBUYCK, UMASS LOWELL
(Sophomore Goaltender; Commerce, Mich.)


Hellebuyck stopped 62 of 64 shots (.969 save%) on the weekend in leading the River Hawks to a pair of road wins over Big Ten opponents; including Michigan State (4-1) on Friday and No. 4 ranked Michigan (2-1) on Saturday.

Week of October 21, 2013
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photo#26 DAN KOLOMATIS, MERRIMACK
(Junior Defenseman; Basking Ridge, N.J.)


Kolomatis posted five points on the week for Merrimack, tallying two assists in Friday night's 3-2 setback against Mercyhurst before registering three more (1g,2a) on Saturday in the 5-2 win vs. the Lakers.
photo#13 VINCE HINOSTROZA, NOTRE DAME
(Freshman Forward; Bartlett, Ill.)


Hinostroza had four points (2g,2a) in sweep of Michigan Tech. Had one assist in 3-2 win and two goals and an assist in 7-3 win on Sunday.

photo#19 MIKE SZMATULA, NORTHEASTERN
(Freshman Forward; Commerce, Mich.)


Szmatula had a three-point weekend in two games against Holy Cross, including his first collegiate goal on Saturday at Matthews Arena.
photo#39 STEVE MASTALERZ, MASSACHUSETTS
(Junior Goaltender; North Andover, Mass.)


Mastalerz registered 62 saves (.954) in the home series vs. Michigan State, including 31 saves in each victory at the Mullins Center.

Week of October 14, 2013
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photo#15 KEVIN ROY, NORTHEASTERN
(Sophomore Forward; Lac-Beauport, Que.)


Roy recorded six points (3g,3a) in two games against Alabama-Huntsville, including his second career hat trick on opening night at Matthews Arena. He registered 13 shots on goal and a +5 rating in the series vs. the Chargers.
photo#5 ROB HAMILTON, VERMONT
(Freshman Defense; Calgary, Alta.)


Hamilton posted three points (1g,2a) and a +2 plus/minus rating in a weekend series at No. 7 North Dakota, including a two-point game on Friday night in his collegiate debut.
photo#32 JON GILLIES, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Sophomore Goaltender; South Portland, Maine)


Gillies backstopped the Friars to a weekend sweep of No. 11Minnesota State by stopping 63 of the 64 shots (.984 save%) he faced over the two games. He made 38 saves on Saturday to lead PC to a 3-0 win, marking the sixth shutout of his Friar career.

photo#1 STEVEN SUMMERHAYS, NOTRE DAME
(Senior Goaltender; Anchorage, Alaska)


Summerhays recorded 44 saves on the weekend with back-to-back 22-save shutouts vs. Western Michigan in the home-and-home non-conference matchup.

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