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January 2015 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
photoMARIE-PHILIP POULIN - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Senior Forward; Beauceville, Quebec


Poulin picked up 14 points (7g, 7a) in eight games in January, contributing directly to three of Boston University's five wins on the month. She recorded five of those 14 points against two of the top three ranked teams in the nation in No. 1 Boston College (1g, 1a) and then-No.3 Quinnipiac (1g, 2a). The Eagles and Bobcats boasted the top two scoring defenses in the NCAA during that stretch. The two-time Olympian tied for the league lead in unassisted goals (3). Poulin was also dominant in the faceoff circle, winning 60 percent of her draws.

photoDENISA KRIZOVA - NORTHEASTERN
Freshman Forward; Horni Cerekev, Czech Republic


Krizova collected eight points over six games in the month of January for the Huskies. The rookie forward turned in nearly half of her production against the top-ranked team in the country in a two-game series with No. 1 Boston College, registering three points (1g, 2a). She posted three multi-point games, including a two-goal outing to help lift Northeastern, 5-2, over Maine Jan. 24. Krizova wrapped up the month with two assists at Vermont and set up the game-winning goal as her squad downed the Catamounts, 4-3.
photoKATIE BURT - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Goaltender; Lynn, Massachusetts


Burt claims her second consecutive monthly honor after pitching back-to-back shutouts against Vermont to open January with the No. 1 Eagles after backstopping Team USA to a gold medal at the IIHF Women's Under-18 World Championship. Her two blank sheets tied the Boston College single-season shutout record (6) and she allowed just 1.00 goal per game while playing nearly every second of the Eagles' contests. Burt owns the second-best goals against average in the NCAA (1.03) and third-best save percentage (.945).

December 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
photoHALEY SKARUPA - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Forward; Rockville, Maryland


Skarupa compiled five points (3g, 2a) and a plus-five rating in just two contests in the month of December, extending her point streak to 16 games. Skarupa has scored at least one point each time she has donned the maroon and gold this season. The junior forward chipped in two goals in an 8-1 victory over league rival Maine and struck for a goal and two assists as the No. 1 Eagles downed Dartmouth, 6-1. Currently, she ranks second in the NCAA with 2.38 points per game for the undefeated Eagles.

photoKATIE BURT - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Goaltender; Lynn, Massachusetts


Burt continued her stellar play through the first half of her freshman campaign, compiling an undefeated 17-0-1 record. The rookie netminder was a perfect 2-0-0 in the month of December, allowing just two goals on 43 shots in 120:00 of action. Burt made a career-high 29 saves in a 6-1 road victory at Dartmouth Dec. 10 and has helped the top-ranked Eagles to a program-best 18-game unbeaten streak. Burt was also named to the U.S. National Women's Under-18 Team, backstopping Team USA to a 2-1 victory over Canada in the opening game of the IIHF Women's Under-18 World Championship.
photoKATIE BURT - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Goaltender; Lynn, Massachusetts


Burt continued her stellar play through the first half of her freshman campaign, compiling an undefeated 17-0-1 record. The rookie netminder was a perfect 2-0-0 in the month of December, allowing just two goals on 43 shots in 120:00 of action. Burt made a career-high 29 saves in a 6-1 road victory at Dartmouth Dec. 10 and has helped the top-ranked Eagles to a program-best 18-game unbeaten streak. Burt was also named to the U.S. National Women's Under-18 Team, backstopping Team USA to a 2-1 victory over Canada in the opening game of the IIHF Women's Under-18 World Championship.

November 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
photoALEX CARPENTER - BOSTON COLLEGE
Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.


Carpenter lead the nation in every offensive category in November, recording 21 points on nine goals and 12 assists in November, despite missing two games while playing with the U.S. National Women's Team. The North Reading, Massachusetts native registered at least a point in each game, scoring at least three points five times. A junior forward, Carpenter leads the NCAA in goals (17), assists (22) and points (39) while helping to lead the No. 1 Eagles to a 15-0-1 start.

photoKENZIE KENT - BOSTON COLLEGE
Fr. F; Norwell, Mass.


Kent claims Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Month after being named runner-up for the award in October. Kent picked up a point in seven of nine games played in November, kicking in two goals and 11 assists. Her 13 points over the month were the most by a freshman point-getter. Her offensive output in November launched her to the top of Hockey East in assists per game by freshmen (0.88) and first in the league and fourth in the NCAA in points per game by rookies (1.12). She leads the league in percentage of faceoffs won (.582) and sits fourth overall in the league in assists (14) and is tied for sixth in overall points (18).
photoMEGHANN TREACY - MAINE
Sr. G; Lake Peekskill, N.Y.


Treacy turned in another stellar performance in November after claiming Hockey East Goaltender of the Month in October. Backstopping the Black Bears to second place in the league, Treacy averaged 30.2 saves in five games to earn a 3-2-0 record. Her .944 save percentage and 1.79 goals against average in November were second-best in Hockey East, allowing just nine goals on 160 shots faced. Maine picked up a point in four of Treacy's five starts and she allowed more than two goals only once.

October 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
photoALEX CARPENTER - BOSTON COLLEGE
Jr. F; North Reading, Mass.


Carpenter recorded 18 points in seven games during the month of October, including seven multiple-point outings and scored at least one goal in all but one game. The North Reading, Massachusetts native is tops in the nation in points per game with 2.57 and leads Hockey East in points (18), goals (8), and assists (10). A junior returning from a year spent with the U.S. Women's Olympic Ice Hockey Team, Carpenter has helped the Eagles to a 7-0-1 start to the season and a No. 1 ranking in the NCAA.

photoREBECCA LESLIE - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Fr. F; Ottawa, Ont.


Leslie lead all Hockey East rookies in points (7) and assists (4) during October and her three goals tied for the league lead among freshmen point-getters. Currently, Leslie is averaging a point per game through the Terriers' first eight match-ups. The first-year forward scored two goals at then-top-ranked Minnesota in her second collegiate contest Oct. 4, and has only been held without a point in two tilts. Leslie has also factored on two game-winning goals and boasted a plus-7 ranking for the month.
photoMEGHANN TREACY - MAINE
Sr. G; Lake Peekskill, N.Y.


Treacy has backstopped the Black Bears to the top of the Hockey East standings in October, helping Maine to a 3-1-1 record within the league. The senior netminder has stopped 275 of 293 shots seen for a .929 save percentage over 522:46 played. Treacy also helped her team to a 4-2 victory over No. 6 Boston University with a 41-save performance and has started five of her nine games against top-ten ranked programs.

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