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This is the 2002-03 Hockey East Women's Ice Hockey Season.  This was the league's inagural season. Six teams took to the ice in this season. All of them had left the ECAC to form the new conference.

StandingsEdit

Team                   GP  W  L T  P GF GA
Providence Friars      15 13  1 1 27 52 22
New Hampshire Wildcats 15 13  2 0 26 55 15
Maine Black Bears      15  5  8 2 12 27 31
Connecticut Huskies    15  3  9 3  9 17 37
Northeastern Huskies   15  4 10 1  9 24 23
Boston College Eagles  15  2 10 3  7 23 61

League LeadersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. Kelli Haslcisak, Providence, 21
  2. Stephanie Jones, New Hampshire, 17
  3. Ashley Payton, Providence, 17
  4. Jenn Butsch, Providence, 16
  5. Allison Edgar, New Hampshire, 16

GoalsEdit

  1. Stephanie Jones, New Hampshire, 10
  2. Darlene Stephenson, Providence, 9
  3. Rush Zimmerman, Providence, 9
  4. Ashley Payton, Providence, 8
  5. Vicki Davis, New Hampshire, 7
  6. Karen Droog, Maine, 7
  7. Kim Greene, Northeastern, 7

AssistsEdit

  1. Kelli Haslcisak, Providence, 15
  2. Allison Edgar, New Hampshire, 11
  3. Jenn Butsch, Providence, 10
  4. Lindsay Hansen, New Hampshire,10
  5. Chandy Kaip, New Hampshire, 10
  6. Randi MacMaster, New Hampshire, 10

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. Jen Huggon, New Hampshire, 0.89
  2. Jana Bugden, Providence, 1.45
  3. Lara Smart, Maine, 2.06
  4. Chanda Gunn, Northeastern, 2.38
  5. Shannon Murphy, Connecticut 2.76

Save PercentageEdit

  1. Jen Huggon, New Hampshire, .953
  2. Jana Bugden, Providence, .926
  3. Lara Smart, Maine, .922
  4. Chanda Gunn, Northeastern, .921
  5. Shannon Murphy, Connecticut  .900

Post Season TounamentEdit

The top four teams qualified for a single elimination tournament.  All games were held at Matthews Arena in Boston, Massachusetts home of theNortheastern Huskies.  The tournament winning was not guaranteed a birth in the 2003 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.

SemifinalsEdit

  • New Hampshire defeated Maine, 2 to 0
  • Providence defeated Connecticut, 7 to 0

FinalsEdit

  • Providence defeated New Hampshire, 1 to 0

Kelli Halcisak, F. Providence was named tournament MVP

All-Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA Tournament teamsEdit

League AwardsEdit

All-League TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

All-Rookie TeamEdit

All-AmericansEdit

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