|1st||0:19||BC||1-0||EV GW||Alex Carpenter (10)||Kenzie Kent/7, Haley Skarupa/11|
|1st||7:29||BC||2-0||PP||Kristyn Capizzano (5)||Alex Carpenter/11, Megan Keller/4|
|2nd||8:59||BC||3-0||PP||Dana Trivigno (3)||Andie Anastos/5, Emily Field/7|
|2nd||10:35||BC||4-0||EV||Haley Skarupa (6)||Alex Carpenter/12, Kenzie Kent/8|
|2nd||11:43||BC||5-0||EV||Tori Sullivan (5)||Emily Field/8|
|2nd||18:20||BC||6-0||EV||Kate Leary (8)||Tori Sullivan/4, Toni Ann Miano/4|
|3rd||2:27||BC||7-0||PP||Alex Carpenter (11)||Haley Skarupa/12, Toni Ann Miano/5|
|3rd||4:10||BC||8-0||EV||Kristyn Capizzano (6)||Emily Field/9, Emily Pfalzer/7|
|3rd||4:42||BC||9-0||EV||Tori Sullivan (6)||Kate Leary/4, Dana Trivigno/6|
|3rd||17:19||BC||10-0||SH||Megan Keller (1)||Dana Trivigno/7, Emily Pfalzer/8|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|New Hampshire (3-9-1)||0/5||7/14||0|
|Boston College (10-0-1)||3/7||5/13||1|
|New Hampshire Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Vilma Vaattovaara (L, 2-8-1)||30:35||4||18||8||0||26|
|Boston College Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Katie Burt (W, 10-0-1)||39:34||0||3||3||0||6|
No. 1 Boston College women's hockey defeated the University of New Hampshire, 10-0, Saturday afternoon at Kelley Rink to extend its win streak to eight games. The Eagles remain undefeated in Hockey East play after the triumph over the Wildcats. Three Eagles, Alex Carpenter, Kristyn Capizzano and Tori Sullivan, had two goals in the Eagles' third shutout of the season.
Nineteen seconds into the game Carpenter made a goal with an assist from Kenzie Kent and Haley Skarupa, putting the Eagles up 1-0 in the first. Five minutes in, Megan Keller was sent off the ice for a body check, but right before her penalty time ended, a holding penalty on UNH's Kayla Mork evened the field and then gave BC a man advantage for 1:50. The Eagles scored on the power play with a shot from Kristyn Capizzano on an assist from Carpenter and Keller.
At the first intermission, the Eagles were up 2-0. The Eagles dominated the first period, taking 20 shots to UNH's three.
At 7:35 in period two, Schlagel of the Wildcats was sent to the penalty box for a body check, and the Eagles did not squander the man up advantage. A goal from Trivigno at 8:59, her third of the season, gave the Eagles a 3-0 lead early in the second. The Eagles struck again quickly, and Haley Skarupa scored a goal on an assist from Kenzie Kent and Carpenter, giving the Eagles a 4-0 lead halfway through the second frame.
At 12:43, Tori Sullivan had her fifth goal of the season on an assist from Emily Field. The Wildcats had a few shots on goal in the middle of the second period, but were unable to make anything happen.
With a minute and a half left in period two, Kate Leary struck for BC scoring her eighth goal of the season on an assist from Tori Sullivan. At the conclusion of the second period, the shot count was at 32-6 in the home team's favor. BC out-shot the Wildcats 12-3 in period two.
In the beginning of the third period, Taylor Blake came in goal for the Eagles for her second game appearance of the season.
Once again, Carpenter wasted no time on her offensive attack, scoring her second goal of the game at 2:27 on an assist from Kent and Skarupa. Capizzano joined in on the two-goal action and scored her second of the game at 4:10 on passes from Field and Pfalzer, bringing the score to 8-0. Sullivan also had her second of the game at 4:28 in the third period, with assistance from Leary and Trivigno.
With 4:05 remaining in the game, UNH left an empty net in a final effort to put some points on the board. But put the goalie back in the net after Skarupa was penalized with a five-minute major for a knee. Lexi Bender joined her after a tripping penalty, giving UNH two-up, which did not stop the aggressive BC offense. Keller scored a short-hand goal in a three-versus-five advantage for the opposing team. Pfalzer provided the assist for the Eagles' tenth goal of the game.
BC led the shot count, 43-12, while Katie Burt and Taylor Blake each recorded six saves in the victory.
The Eagles will now travel to UNH to play a game on Sunday at 2:00 pm.