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This is the 2003-04 Hockey East Women's Ice Hockey season.  This was the Women's league's second season.  Six teams competed in a 20 game schedule.

StandingsEdit

seed team                   GP  W  L  T PTS GF GA

  1. New Hampshire   20  17  1  2  36   88  35
  2. Providence          20 14  5  1  29   79  37
  3. Maine                  20  9   9  2  20   43  50
  4. Northeastern       20  7   9  4  18   35  49
  5. Connecticut         20  5  11 4  14   38  62
  6. Boston College    20  1  18 1  3    29  79

League LeadersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. Lindsay Hansen, New Hampshire, 31
  2. Rebecca Paul, New Hampshire, 30
  3. Rush Zimmerman, Providence, 29
  4. Carolyn Gordon, New Hampshire, 28

&    Kelli Halcisak, Providence, 28

GoalsEdit

  1. Carolyn Gordon, New Hampshire, 20
  2. Sonny Watrous, Providence, 14
  3. Rush Zimmerman, Providence,13
  4. Rebecca Paul, New Hampshire, 12
  5. Kelli Halcisak, Providence,10

AssistsEdit

  1. Lindsay Hansen, New Hampshire, 23
  2. Darlene Stephenson, Providence, 22
  3. Kristen Thomas, New Hampshire, 19
  4. Kelli Halcisak, Providence, 18

& Rebecca Paul, New Hampshire 18

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. Melissa Bourdon, New Hampshire, 1.80
  2. Jana Bugden, Providence, 1.92
  3. Chanda Gunn, Northeastern, 2.01
  4. Lara Smart, Maine, 2.33
  5. Kaitlyn Shain, Connecticut, 2.82

Save PercentageEdit

  1. Chanda Gunn, Northeastern, .937
  2. Lara Smart, Maine, .924
  3. Jana Bugden, Providence, .916
  4. Melissa Bourdon, New Hampshire, .913
  5. Kaitlyn Shain, Connecticut, .910

Post Season TournamentEdit

The top four teams qualified for the post season tournament.  All games were hosted by Northeastern University. Providence did not receive an automatic bid to the 2004 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament as the NCAA Tournament only involved 4 teams.

SemifinalsEdit

  • New Hamsphire defeated Northeastern 5 to 0
  • Providecnce defeated Maine 4 to 2

FinalEdit

  • Providence defeated New Hampshire 3 to 0

Tournament Most Valuable PlayerEdit

All-Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA TournamentEdit

No teams were invited to the NCAA Tournament

Season AwardsEdit

Hockey East All-StarsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

ITECH All-Rookie TeamEdit

All-AmericansEdit

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