|1st||2:14||STL||1-0||EV GW||Brooke Webster (1)||Kennedy Marchment/1, Hannah Miller/1|
|1st||6:41||STL||2-0||EV||Kalie Grant (1)||Nadine Edney/1, Maggie McLaughlin/1|
|1st||7:17||STL||3-0||EV||Brooke Webster (2)||Kennedy Marchment/2, Hannah Miller/2|
|2nd||9:43||STL||4-0||EV||Brooke Webster (3)||Hannah Miller/3, Kennedy Marchment/3|
|3rd||1:55||STL||5-0||EV||Justine Reyes (1)||Kayla Vespa/1, Emily Middagh/1|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|St. Lawrence (1-0-0)||0/6||5/10||0|
|St. Lawrence Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Grace Harrison (W, 1-0-0)||60:00||0||6||6||13||25|
|Brittany Bugalski (L, 0-1-0)||60:00||5||13||9||8||30|
BOSTON - The visiting St. Lawrence Saints (1-0-0) scored three goals in a five-minute span in the first period to race past the No. 9 Northeastern women's hockey team (0-1-0), 5-0, on Friday evening at Matthews Arena.
Brooke Webster notched a hat trick for the Saints, while linemates Kennedy Marchment and Hannah Miller each recorded three assists.
Sophomore netminder Brittany Bugalski made 30 saves as St. Lawrence held a 35-25 advantage in shots on goal.
- St. Lawrence took the lead just 2:14 into the game when Webster found a loose puck at the top of the crease and shoveled a backhand past a sprawling Bugalski through heavy traffic.
- Kalie Grant doubled the St. Lawrence lead at 6:41 on a tic-tac-toe setup from Maggie McLaughlin and Nadine Edney in the low slot.
- Webster tacked on a third goal in a span of 5:03 when she picked up the puck in the left corner, cut hard to the net, and lifted a backhand over the shoulder of Bugalski to make it 3-0 at 7:17.
- Webster then completed the hat trick at 9:43 of the second period when she roofed a centering pass from Kennedy Marchment that was tipped at the top of the crease by Hannah Miller.
- St. Lawrence made it 5-0 just 1:55 into the third period. After Bugalski stoned Kayla Vespa on a breakaway, Vespa was able to collect the puck behind the NU net and center for Justine Reyes to fire home at the left of the cage.
- The Huskies killed off all five St. Lawrence power plays.
- Senior Heather Mottau led NU with five shots on goal.
- The Huskies held a 32-20 advantage in faceoff wins, including an 8-for-11 performance in the circle from freshman Matti Hartman.
- Prior to the game, Northeastern honored alumna Kendall Coyne with a banner ceremony celebrating her 2016 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award win.
The Huskies will look to salvage the weekend split on Saturday against St. Lawrence at 2 p.m.