Boston College Shuts Out New Hampshire, 6-0
Senior forwards Haley Skarupa and Alex Carpenter each post three assists for Eagles

Senior forward Haley Skarupa posted three assists for the Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 2:43  BC1-0 PP GW Kenzie Kent (1)Alex Carpenter/6, Haley Skarupa/6
1st 7:27  BC2-0 EV Kristyn Capizzano (1)Toni Ann Miano/2, Haley Skarupa/7
2nd 6:34  BC3-0 EV Andie Anastos (3)Haley Skarupa/8, Kaliya Johnson/1
2nd 18:50  BC4-0 EV Kristyn Capizzano (2)Alex Carpenter/7, Megan Keller/4
3rd 3:41  BC5-0 EV Meghan Grieves (3)Tori Sullivan/3
3rd 4:55  BC6-0 EV Kenzie Kent (2)Alex Carpenter/8, Kaliya Johnson/2
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
New Hampshire  0000
Boston College  2226
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
New Hampshire  814426
Boston College  149730
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
New Hampshire (0-5-0)  0/5 4/8 0
Boston College (6-0-0)  1/4 5/10 0
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Vilma Vaattovaara (L, 0-2-0)40:004 127019
Hilary Cashin20:002 0055
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Katie Burt (W, 5-0-0)60:000 814426

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Kristyn Capizzano and Kenzie Kent both scored two goals, while Haley Skarupa and Alex Carpenter collected three assists apiece as the No. 2 Boston College women's hockey team earned a 6-0 win over New Hampshire today at Kelley Rink. Katie Burt made 26 saves to back her second shutout in as many days. Meghan Grieves and Andie Anastos rounded out the scoring with single goals each.

#2 Boston College 6, New Hampshire 0
Kelley Rink, Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Sunday, October 18, 2015


New Hampshire: 0-5-0, 0-3-0 HEA
Boston College: 6-0-0, 2-0-0 HEA BC HIGHLIGHTS

- Kenzie Kent and Kristyn Capizzano each scored two goals, the first two goals of the season for each player

- Both Haley Skarupa and Alex Carpenter recorded three assists in the game

- Katie Burt recorded her second shutout in as many games, making 26 saves in the win

- Meghan Grieves scored in her third-straight game, while Andie Anastos recorded her third goal of the season

- Five of the team's six goals from left wingers (Kent twice, Capizzano twice and Grieves)

- BC won their seventh straight against New Hampshire and moved to 2-0-0 in Hockey East play on the season

- The win extended BC's undefeated streak in Hockey East regular-season play to 27 games, dating back to Feb. 11, 2014


Head coach Katie Crowley

"I thought for the most part our kids played well. I liked our first period and our third period. I thought the second was a little bit of a struggle again today. We'll try to fix that and keep working on that, but overall I thought we played well."

"I was happy that (Kristyn Capizzano) put a couple in today because she can. It's one of those things where once you get a couple, it'll snowball for you. She's playing with two players who are very good, as well, and I think she's going to get opportunities to score and I hope she continues to capitalize on them. But she's also going to be that first forechecker and create opportunities for them, as well."

"I thought (Katie Burt) was great toady, too. They had quite a few shots - 12 shots on their power player - so I thought she did a real nice job keeping pucks away from the front of her in the crease area after they took shots and not giving them a second chance and a second opportunity."


- 1st, 2:43 // 1-0 BC: Kenzie Kent converted on the power play for her first goal of the year. She took Alex Carpenter's pass from the edge of the faceoff circle and found space under UNH goaltender Vilma Vaattorvaara. Haley Skarupa also had an assist on the play.

- 1st, 7:27 // 2-0 BC: Kristyn Capizzano potted her goal after Toni Ann Miano's diagonal pass deflected to open in front of the goal. Haley Skarupa also drew an assist on the play

- 2nd, 6:34 // 3-0 BC: Kaliya Johnson scooped the puck out to Skarupa behind the net and the forward skated all the way into the UNH zone, where she fed Anastos screaming in from the point for the wrist shot that beat Vaattovaara.

- 2nd, 18:50 // 4-0 BC: Capizzano converted again, this time taking a pass from Alex Carpenter as she was coming off for a shift change and blazed down the right wing, cut inside and beat Vaattovaara on the second attempt while on the ground

- 3rd, 3:41 // 5-0 BC: Meghan Grieves scored off a give-and-go with Tori Sullivan, after Andie Anastos worked the puck into the zone. Grieves' shot beat Hilary Cashin, who replaced Vaattovaara at the start of the third period.

- 3rd, 4:55 // 6-0 BC: Kent struck for her second goal when she took a pass from Carpenter and banked it in past Cashin at the far post. Johnson cycled the puck down to Carpenter, who spun out to create space and find Kent.


- Kenzie Kent recorded the second two-goal game of her career ... her first one came on Nov. 28, 2014 vs. Harvard as part of four-point night for the then-freshman

- Kristyn Capizzano picked up her fifth multiple-goal game of her career with her two-goal effort ... the goals were her first of the season and her first multi-goal effort since Nov. 8, 2014 in a 6-1 win at Northeastern ... Capizzano now has recorded points in the last three games and has six points (2g, 4a)

- Katie Burt posted her 12th career shutout today and her second in as many days ... it was the first time she's posted back-to-back shutouts since Feb. 13 and 19, 2015 when she shut out Maine and Boston University in consecutive games ... this is the fourth time in her career she has posted two straight shutouts ... she is currently in third place on the BC career shutouts list, one back of second-place Corinne Boyles '14 (13)

- Katie Burt has not allowed a goal against New Hampshire in her collegiate career ... in three appearances as a freshman last year, Burt went 3-0-0 with a 0.00 GAA and two shutouts ... she split the third and final meeting between the teams with another goalie

- Haley Skarupa's three assists pushed her season total to eight ... it was her seventh career game with three or more assists ... she now has 93 career assists, third in BC history ... her three assists pushed career points total to 176 points ... she is now 22 points back of third place on the BC career scoring chart, behind Erin Magee '99 (198 points).

- Haley Skarupa's three points against UNH pushed her career total against the Wildcats to 20 (9g, 11a) ... she is the Eagles' career scoring leader against New Hampshire

- Alex Carpenter recorded her sixth career game with three or more assists, and her second this season (4 vs. St. Lawrence on Oct. 11) ... she now has 108 career assists, three back of Kelli Stack's BC career assist record (111) ... her three assists pushed her career scoring total to 207 points, and she is now two points back of Stack's career scoring record (209).

- Megan Keller extended her point streak to six games with her second-period assist on Kristyn Capizzano's second goal ... the defenseman now has eight points (4g, 4a) this season

- Andie Anastos extended her point streak to four games with her second-period goal ... she now has six points on the year (three goals, three assists)

- Kaliya Johnson recorded her first two assists of the season with her pair of helpers today ... the assists were her first since March 14, 2015, when she recorded an assist against Clarkson in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... the defenseman now has 28 career points (3g, 25a)

- Toni Ann Miano picked her up second assist of the season with her helper on Kristyn Capizzano's first goal ... she now has 19 career points (5g, 14a)

- Kali Flanagan saw her three-game point streak snapped today ... it was the longest point streak of her career

- Lexi Bender saw her four-game assist streak snapped today ... she had recorded one assist in each of the previous four games coming into this afternoon's game

- Makenna Newkirk also saw her five-game point streak snapped ... she had recorded at least one point in each of the team's first five games.

- BC went 1-for-4 on the power play, marking the fourth game in six this season they've scored with the man advantage ... the Eagles' .250 power-play mark was fifth nationally entering the game

- The Eagles were 5-for-5 in killing penalties, maintaining a perfect mark on the penalty kill this year ... BC is now 20-for-20 in killing opponents' power-play opportunities ... BC entered the game as one of only two teams nationally with a perfect penalty kill mark this season

- BC went 0-for-2 on the power play, marking just the second time this season they were held with a goal with the man advantage

- With tallies from Kenzie Kent and Kristyn Capizzano, BC scored multiple goals in the first period for the fifth time in six games this year

- BC posted two goals in each period, marking the 13th period this season BC has scored at least two goals in a stanza ... the Eagles have now scored in 16 of 18 periods overall this season

- Boston College has won the last seven meetings against UNH overall, and their last five games at Kelley Rink

- Boston College has gone undefeated in 27 straight Hockey East regular-season games ... the last time BC lost a regular-season conference game was Feb. 8, 2014 - a 2-0 setback at Connecticut

- BC's home unbeaten run is now 39 games, including 33 straight wins, dating back to Oct. 19, 2013 ... the last time the Eagles lost at Kelley Rink was Oct. 16, 2013, a 3-1 loss to New Hampshire


1. Kristyn Capizzano, BC
2. Haley Skarupa, BC
3. Alex Carpenter, BC


Boston College will play their first road contests of the season when they travel to face No. 10 Cornell on Friday and Saturday. Both games will be played at Lynah Rink in Ithaca, N.Y. Friday's game is set for 7 p.m., while Saturday's game will be at 7 p.m. The games will be Cornell's first games of the season.