Carpenter Sets WHEA Scoring Record As Boston College Tops Maine, 5-0
Senior forward Alex Carpenter becomes Hockey East's all-time scoring leader with 134 league points

Senior forward Alex Carpenter becomes Hockey East's all-time scoring leader with 134 league points
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 2:22  BC1-0 EV GW Kali Flanagan (4)Andie Anastos/10, Grace Bizal/4
1st 10:18  BC2-0 EV Haley Skarupa (14)Alex Carpenter/19, Kali Flanagan/14
2nd 3:10  BC3-0 EV Kaliya Johnson (2)Alex Carpenter/20, Kenzie Kent/11
3rd 1:21  BC4-0 PP Alex Carpenter (22)Kenzie Kent/12, Tori Sullivan/8
3rd 9:50  BC5-0 PP Kali Flanagan (5)Alex Carpenter/21, Kenzie Kent/13
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Boston College  2125
Maine  0000
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Boston College  19121344
Maine  27615
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Boston College (18-0-0)  2/4 4/8 0
Maine (6-12-0)  0/4 4/8 0
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 15-0-0)58:460 27615
Empty Net1:140     
Maine Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Meghann Treacy (L, 5-11-0)24:193 172019
Mariah Fujimagari35:412 091120

ORONO, Maine - Alex Carpenter factored in four of the Eagles' five goals and claimed the Hockey East career scoring record as the No. 2 Boston College women's hockey team defeated Maine, 5-0, this afternoon.

Carpenter's four points lifted her over Kelli Stack '11 and Kendall Coyne (Northeastern '16) who entered the day tied atop the league charts with 133 career points. Carpenter now has 134 points in conference action.

Kali Flanagan collected three points - including her first-career two-goal game - while Katie Burt posted her seventh shutout of the season behind her 15-save effort in goal. Kenzie Kent added a career-best three assists on the day. Haley Skarupa and Kaliya Johnson also added goals for the Eagles.

#2 Boston College 5, Maine 0
Alfond Arena, Orono, Maine
Saturday, December 5, 2015


- With her four-point effort, Alex Carpenter claimed the Hockey East career scoring record (134 points)

- Kenzie Kent recorded three assists, a new single-game best for the sophomore

- Katie Burt registered her seventh shutout in 15 appearances this season

- Haley Skarupa's first-period goal pushed her career scoring total to 198 career points

- Kali Flanagan recorded her first-career multiple-goal game


Head coach Katie Crowley
"Our team played very well today. Every line played hard and created good scoring opportunities. I'm very happy with the way our team played. We need to come back ready to go again tomorrow."


1st, 2:22 // 1-0 - BC GOAL: Graze Bizal fed the puck across the blue line to Flanagan, whose shot was wide. Anastos picked the puck up behind the goal and skated up the near halfboards, finding Flanagan at the far point. The sophomore's blast this time beat Meghann Treacy for the 1-0 lead.

1st, 10:18 // 2-0 - BC GOAL: Flanagan played Alex Carpenter up the right side and the senior skated down to the edge of the circle. She played the puck back to Haley Skarupa who was trailing the play, and the senior picked up her 198th career point with her goal from the high slot.

2nd, 3:10 // 3-0 - BC GOAL: Kaliya Johnson scored on a slapper from just inside the blue line after Kenzie Kent and Carpenter traded passes down low in front of Treacy. Carpenter played the pass back to Johnson for the slapshot.

3rd, 1:21 // 4-0 - BC GOAL (PPG): Tori Sullivan fed Kent behind the goal and the sophomore found Carpenter at the point. The senior beat her defender with a spin and rifled the puck in on Treacy's stick side. It was Carpenter's seventh power-play goal of the season.

3rd, 9:50 // 5-0 - BC GOAL (PPG): Kent and Carpenter combined with Carpenter finding the puck down by the goal line. She fed Flanagan coming in behind the defenders on the far post and Flanagan scored her second goal of the game.


- Alex Carpenter registered her 11th multiple-point game of the season ... it was her third straight game in which she's recorded at least three points ... she has 11 points in the last three games.

- Carpenter also skated into the Hockey East career scoring lead with 134 points ... Kelli Stack '11 and Northeastern's Kendall Coyne '16 entered the day tied atop the conference's career scoring chart with 133 points.

- Kali Flanagan recorded her first-career two-goal effort in today's win ... she has now scored in back-to-back games, also converting at Northeastern on Nov. 28 ... Flanagan's goals set a new single-season high, pushing her season total to five and besting her freshman year total of three in 2014-15.

- Katie Burt registered her seventh shutout of the season with her 16-save effort ... it was her first shutout since Nov. 14 at New Hampshire ... she now has 17 career shutouts, and ranks second on the BC career shutout list behind Molly Schaus '11 (21 career shutouts)

- Kenzie Kent set a new single-game best with three assists ... prior to today's game, she had registered two assists in 11 games

- Grace Bizal collected her fourth assist of the season ... she now has three assists in the last three games after registering one in her first 15 career games

- Kaliya Johnson scored her second goal of the season with her second-period goal ... she now has five career goals

- Andie Anastos recorded her 10th assist of the season with her helper on Flanagan's first-period goal ... it was her 47th career assist and her 83rd career point

- Tori Sullivan's assist on Alex Carpenter's goal was her 25th career assist, and her eighth of the season

- BC is now 33-15-6 all-time against Maine, and has won the last 14 games between the teams dating back to the 2011-12 season

- Dana Trivigno saw her seven-game point streak snapped ... it was the longest point streak of her career

- The win extended the Eagles' program-best start to 18-0-0 ... this is the deepest in a season BC has remained perfect in program history

- BC is now undefeated in its last 37 Hockey East conference games, dating back to the 2013-14 season ... in this current run, the Eagles are 37-0-1 since a 2-0 loss at Connecticut on Feb. 8, 2014


Boston College: 18-0-0, 12-0-0 HEA
Maine: 6-12-0, 3-8-0 HEA UP NEXT

Boston College and Maine are set to play their third and final regular-season contest tomorrow, Sunday, Dec. 6. Puck drop is set for 2 p.m. in Orono.