|1st||5:34||NOE||1-0||EV||Hayley Masters (1)||Kendall Coyne/6, Melissa Haganey/1|
|1st||16:56||NOE||2-0||EV GW||Halle Silva (1)||Hayley Masters/1, Maddie Hartman/4|
|1st||18:16||NOE||3-0||PP||Paige Savage (2)||Hayley Scamurra/3, Heather Mottau/4|
|2nd||5:56||NOE||4-0||PP||Hayley Scamurra (5)||Denisa Křížová/8, Paige Savage/3|
|2nd||6:06||NOE||5-0||EV||Shelby Herrington (5)||Kasidy Anderson/4, Jordan Krause/5|
|2nd||19:10||NOE||6-0||EV||Maddie Hartman (1)||-|
|3rd||3:15||NOE||7-0||EV||Heather Mottau (2)||Denisa Křížová/9, Kendall Coyne/7|
|3rd||13:06||BU||1-7||EV||Jordan Juron (1)||Mary Grace Kelley/1, Maddie Elia/1|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Boston University (3-4-0)||0/4||4/8||0|
|Boston University Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Victoria Hanson (L, 2-3-0)||39:50||6||12||12||0||24|
|Brittany Bugalski (W, 4-1-1)||60:00||1||12||12||6||30|
BOSTON - The No. 9/10 Northeastern women's hockey team received seven goals from seven different scorers in a statement 7-1 victory over No. 10/RV Boston University on Saturday at Matthews Arena.
Hayley Masters, Halle Silva, Paige Savage, Hayley Scamurra, Shelby Herrington, Maddie Hartman, and Heather Mottau scored for the Huskies (5-1-1, 1-0-0 WHEA), while freshman Brittany Bugalski made 30 saves to backstop NU to a huge win in its Hockey East opener.
Seven different players recorded multi-point performances as the Huskies scored seven goals for the second straight game. Northeastern has now scored at least five goals in five of its seven games and ranks third in the nation in scoring offense with 5.29 goals per game.
- The Huskies opened the scoring at 5:34 of the first period when Masters crashed the net and tucked a rebound inside the left post following a shot by Kendall Coyne.
- Northeastern padded the lead to 2-0 on a twisted wrister by Silva. After taking a feed from Masters over the blue line, Silva skated around a BU defender and unleashed a snipe under the crossbar at the 16:56 mark.
- The hosts struck again on the power play to make it 3-0 with 1:44 remaining in the first period. After some nice puck movement, Scamurra tossed a shot towards the net for Savage to redirect home in the crease.
- NU pushed the lead to 4-0 at 5:56 of the second period with another power-play tally. After taking a feed from Savage along the left boards, sophomore Denisa Krizova tossed a soft pass back to the point for Scamurra, who unleashed a laser-beam inside the right post and into the back of the net.
- The Huskies scored again 10 seconds later when freshman Kasidy Anderson drove hard to the net, and Herrington cleaned up the rebound with a backhand at the left of the cage.
- Hartman netted her first collegiate goal with 50 seconds remaining in the second stanza to make it 6-0. After Mottau wrapped the puck around the boards, two BU players failed to clear the zone as the puck trickled to Hartman at the right point. The freshman collected the disc and let a wrister go through traffic that sailed into the upper right corner of the net.
- Northeastern scored its seventh consecutive goal at 3:15 of the third period when Mottau ripped a shot home from the top of the left point.
- BU (3-4-0, 2-1-0 WHEA) scored a late consolation when Jordan Juron tipped home a centering pass from Mary Grace Kelley at the 13:06 mark of the final frame.
Stats of the Game
- Northeastern posted its largest margin of victory over BU since an 8-0 win over the Terriers on Feb. 3, 2004.
- The Huskies scored two goals 10 seconds apart in the second period; NU also scored two in a 10-second span last season on Jan. 24 at Maine.
- Hartman scored her first collegiate goal.
- Coyne was held without a goal for the first time this season, but still extended her point streak to seven games with a pair of assists.
- Krizova also extended her point streak to six games with two assists Saturday.
- NU scored on the power play for the sixth straight game, and scored two power-play goals for the third consecutive contest.
The Huskies will look to finish the weekend strong on Sunday with a 2 p.m. contest against Providence at Matthews Arena.