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2004–05 St. Lawrence Saints
2005 Frozen Four, Lost, Semifinals
Conference ECAC
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
2004–05 Record 28-8-5
Head Coach Paul Flanagan
Arena Appleton Arena
Seasons
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The 2004–05 St. Lawrence Saints women's hockey team represented St. Lawrence University in the 2004–05 NCAA Division I women's hockey season]]. The Saints were be coached by Paul Flanagan and play their home games at Appleton Arena. The Saints were a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference and were unable to win the NCAA Women's Ice Hockey Championship

Regular seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Player statsEdit

Player Games played Goals Assists Points
Rebecca Russell 41 32 38 70
Emilie Berlinguette 39 22 25 47
Chelsea Grills 32 20 23 43
Crystal Connors 41 12 26 38
Sabrina Harbec 37 16 20 36
[1]

Frozen FourEdit

  National Quarterfinals
Home Sites
March 18-March 20
National Semifinals
Durham, New Hampshire
March 25
National Championship
Durham, New Hampshire
March 27
                           
  1  Minnesota 6  
8  Providence 1  
  1  Minnesota 7  
Higher seed hosts
  4  Dartmouth 2  
5  Wisconsin 3
  4  Dartmouth 4  
    1  Minnesota 4
  3  Harvard 3
  3  Harvard 5***  
6  Mercyhurst 4  
3  Harvard 4
Higher seed hosts
  7  St Lawrence 1  
7  St Lawrence 3*
  2  Minnesota-Duluth 2  

* Overtime

*** 3rd Overtime

St Lawrence defeated Dartmouth 5-1 in the Consolation Game.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Rebecca Russell, Senior Athlete of the Year[2]
  • Rebecca Russell, All-America selection[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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