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The 2011–12 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season will begin in October, 2011, ending with the 2012 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament's championship game in March, 2012.

OffseasonEdit

  • June 13: Mercyhurst Lakers assistant coach Paul Colontino has left the club to become head coach of the Robert Morris Colonials. He is the third head coach in Colonials history, after the resignation of Nate Handrahan, who left to assume the head coaching position at Ohio State.[1]
  • July 2011: The Lindenwood Lady Lions ice hockey program announced the 2011-12 schedule as the program's first season of NCAA competition as part of the university's transition from NAIA to NCAA.[2] seven games against NCAA Division III; and five games against former ACHA Division I rivals Robert Morris (IL) and Grand Valley State[2]
  • Sept. 6: Robert DeGregorio, Commissioner for College Hockey America (CHA), announced that the Penn State Nittany Lions have been accepted into the CHA. The Nittany Lions will officially join the conference starting with the 2012-13 season. [3]

Wayne StateEdit

  • May 27: CHA member Wayne State University has discontinued sponsorship of the women's ice hockey program. The decision was based on the continuing reductions in the state of Michigan's appropriations to higher education.[4] The Wayne State Warriors women's ice hockey program was the only Division I women's program in Michigan.[5]

TransfersEdit

Player Position New team
Gina Buquet Forward Mercyhurst Lakers[6]
Cari Coen Forward/Defense St. Cloud State Huskies[7]
Veronique Laramee-PaquetteLeft wingConcordia Stingers (CIS)
Jill Szandzik Defense Mercyhurst Lakers[8]

Season outlookEdit

Preseason pollsEdit

  • USCHO.com Division I Women's Poll
Rank TeamPointsFirst place votes
1 Wisconsin 140 14
2Boston University 116
3 Cornell 111
4 Minnesota 96
5 Boston College 85
6 Minnesota-Duluth 75
7 North Dakota 44
8 Mercyhurst 42
9 Quinnipiac 17
10 (tie) Dartmouth 12
10 (tie)Providence 12
[9]

ExhibitionEdit

CIS ExhibitionEdit

Date NCAA school CIS school Score NCAA goal scorers
Sept. 17Mercyhurst Wilfrid Laurier University10-2[10] Bailey Bram (3), Kristine Grenier (3), Shelby Bram, Christine Bestland, Gina Buquet, Candice Styles
Sept. 23North Dakota Manitoba ND, 11-0[11]Sara Dagenais, Mary Loken, Alyssa Wiebe (2), Monique Weber, Jocelyne Lamoureux (2), Andrea Dalen, Allison Parizek, Monique Weber, Ashley Holmes
Sept. 23Ohio State Wilfrid LaurierOhio State, 3-1[12] Kayla Sullivan, Danielle Gagne, Melissa Feste
Sept. 24 North Dakokta Manitoba ND, 10-0[13]Alyssa Wiebe, Jocelyne Lamoureux (2), Josefine Jacobsen (3), Monique Lamoureux, Monique Weber, Andrea Dalen, Michelle Karvinen
Sat, Sep 24 Robert MorrisWaterloo RMU, 4-1[14] Katelyn Scott, Rebecca Vint, Thea Imbrogno, Brianna Delaney
Oct. 1 Vermont McGill McGill, 3-2Delia McNally, Meghan Huertas[15]

CWHL ExhibitionEdit

Date NCAA school Opponent Score NCAA goal scorers
Oct. 25Cornell Brampton Thunder (CWHL) Cornell, 6-0[17]Jillian Saulnier (2), Jessica Campbell, Olivia Cook, Kendice Ogilvie, Catherine White
Nov. 2MercyhurstBrampton Thunder (CWHL)Brampton, 3-1Bailey Bram[18]

PWHL ExhibitionEdit

Date NCAA school Opponent Score NCAA goal scorers
Sept 24ClarksonWhitby Wolves (PWHL)Clarkson, 6-0Christine Lambert, Vanessa Gagnon, Brittany Styner, Carly Mercer, Jamie Lee Rattray, Danielle Boudreau[19]

News and notesEdit

SeptemberEdit

OctoberEdit

  • Throughout the month of October, the WCHA women's ice hockey eight member teams will participate in causes to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each team will wear a patch on their jerseys, encouraging Breast Cancer Awareness. Spectators are encouraged to wear pink clothing.[23]
  • October 7-8: Robert Morris Colonials freshman Katie Fergus accumulated three points in her NCAA debut with one goal and two assists.[24] Against the Lindenwood Lions, she got her first-collegiate point fewer than nine minutes into the opening period. Later in the game, she scored her fist goal as the Colonials were on the penalty kill. In the second game versus Lindenwood, she earned her first multi-goal game.[25] Fergus became one of just two freshmen in Colonials history to register multi-point performances in the first two games of a season.[26] Fergus finished the series versus Lindenwood by scoring three goals and two assists five points. In addition, she had eight shots to complement a +5 plus/minus.
  • October 7-8: In a pair of victories over the Lindenwood Lions, Colgate Raiders skater Brittany Phillips accumulated a total of 10 points. In the 7-2 victory on October 7, she notched two goals, while logging an assist. One of the goals was the game winning goal. The following day, she had seven points (two goals, five assists) in an 8-2 win. Of the four goals she scored, two were power play goals. Her seven points ranked second in program history for most points in one game. In addition, the five assists ranked second for most assists in one game. [27] In addition, Melissa Kueber registered six points in the sweep. On October 8, she led the team with four goals scored in an 8-2 triumph over the Lions. She also notched an assist. The four tallies tied for first in program history for most scores in one game. [28]
  • October 14, 2011: Ohio State skater Laura McIntosh notched her first goal of the season to give the Buckeyes a 2-1 lead. Said goal would stand as the game-winner. In addition, she picked up an assist on a Hokey Langan goal. The assist made McIntosh Ohio State’s all-time leader in career points against WCHA opponents. She surpassed Jana Harrigan's 110 league points set in 2006. [29]
  • October 21: In its WCHA home opener, the top line of the Fighting Sioux combined for thirteen points as they bested the Ohio State Buckeyes by an 11-1 margin.[30] Monique Lamoureux-Kolls tied a North Dakota record with a 5-point game. In the contest, 13 different Sioux skaters registered at least one point. Michelle Karvinen scored a hat trick and logged one assist for four points. In addition, Josefine Jakobsen and Jocelyne Lamoureux each had 4-point games. Several program records were broken in the game including: most goals scored in a game (11), largest margin of victory (10), and largest margin of victory over a conference opponent (10).
  • October 21-22: On October 21, Robert Morris Colonials freshman Rebecca Vint recorded four points, including her first game-winning goal versus RPI. She became just the second Colonial ever to tally at least four points in a game away from home.[31] She scored twice within the game's opening eight minutes. Her performance on the 21st marked her third multi-goal effort in her first five collegiate games. The following game, she registered a goal and an assist, and extended her goal scoring streak by scoring a goal in her sixth consecutive game. It marked the first time that any Colonials skater scored in any six consecutive contests in a single season.
  • October 22: Clarkson Golden Knights women's ice hockey sophomore forward Jamie Lee Rattray notched two goals for the Golden Knights in a 2-1 decision over the visiting New Hampshire Wildcats women's ice hockey program. The win helped the Golden Knights extend their unbeaten streak to six games. In addition, it was the 150th victory in the history of the program, dating back to the 2003-04 season. With the victory, the Golden Knights all-time mark is 150-111-38.[32]
  • October 25: In a 6-2 triumph over the Colgate Raiders, freshman Jillian Saulnier scored four goals in her NCAA debut.[33] It was the first four goal game for Cornell since Jessica Campbell scored four against Robert Morris in the second game of the 2010-11 season. The Big Red held a 64-12 advantage in shots on goal while also winning faceoffs by a margin of 53-27. The 64 shots were the most the Big Red took since a Feb. 6, 2000 contest against Union.
  • October 28-29: The series versus the Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey program marked the first time that the Lindenwood Lady Lions ice hockey program hosted an NCAA Division I opponent in their home arena.[34] Mercyhurst would win the October 28 match by a 7-0 tally, in which Lakers freshman Shelby Bram would score her first career NCAA goal.[35] The October 29 contest saw Mercyhurst emerge as the victor in a 14-0 whitewash.[36]

NovemberEdit

  • November 1: For the third consecutive contest, the Cornell Big Red scored at least nine goals in one game. Senior captain Chelsea Karpenko appeared in her 100th career game, as Jillian Saulnier led all Big Red players with two goals and three assists in a 9-2 triumph over the Syracuse Orange women's ice hockey program.[37]
  • November 4: Emilie Arseneault scored a short handed goal late into the second period to give the Union Dutchwomen a 2-1 conference victory over the Clarkson Golden Knights women's ice hockey program. It was the Dutchwomen's first ECAC win since the 2009-2010 season, and only their second ECAC win since 2004.[38]
  • November 18-19: In a pair of victories over the Yale Bulldogs, Hillary Pattenden won two more games to give her a career total of 87. The total is four shy of career leader, Jessie Vetter of Wisconsin. In the 9-1 victory on November 18, she stopped 14 of 15 Bulldogs shots. The following day, she stopped 21 of 23 shots in a 6-2 victory. The goal she allowed on November 18 snapped a consecutive scoreless streak of 206:36. Previous to the goal, she had not allowed a goal since the third period of a 5-4 win over the MSU Mavericks (on October 8). [39] In addition, Lakers forward Bailey Bram increased her scoring pace by notching five goals to go with five assists in two victories over the Yale Bulldogs. In the 9-1 win on November 18, Bram registered two goals and logged two assists. The following day, she had a hand in all six goals (three goals and three assists) in the Lakers 6-2 win. Bram earned her fifth career hat trick and second of the season. In the two game set versus the Bulldogs, her plus minus rating was a +6, while her six point game on November 19 was the second time in the season that she registered at least six points in a game. Her first was a career-high seven points in a win over the Lindenwood Lady Lions. Statistically, she logged 14 goals and 11 assists in the first 10 games she played of the season.[40]
  • Nov. 18-19: Carolyne Prevost of the Wisconsin Badgers became the 17th player in program history to record 100 career points. In a victory over RPI, she netted the first goal of the game for Wisconsin. She would also record an assist in the match. The following day, Prevost recorded six points in the finale against RPI. It was a team-high for any Wisconsin skater this season. [41] She scored two goals, including the game winner, and helped on four other goals to establish a new career high for most points in one game.
  • November 19: With a second period goal versus the Colgate Raiders, Kelly Babstock of the Quinnipiac Bobcats became the program's all-time leading scorer.[42] In just her second season, Babstock surpassed Vicki Graham, who finished with 73 career points, after the 2006-07 season. Babstock reached the milestone in her 50th career game.[43]
  • November 25: Natalie Spooner scored four goals for the third time in her NCAA career, including a natural hat trick as the Buckeyes enjoyed a home-ice conference victory over Minnesota Duluth.[44] She scored all four goals as the final score was 4-1 in the Buckeyes favor. It was the second time in the 2011-12 campaign that she scored four goals in a game. The natural hat trick (three consecutive goals) was scored in the second period as the Buckeyes faced a 1-0 deficit against the Bulldogs. The eventual game-winner was scored at 10:56 of the second period. The hat trick was the fifth of her collegiate career. The four goal performance moved Spooner to fourth overall on the Buckeye career points list with 129. Spooner is now four goals away from tying Jeni Creary’s Ohio State record of 86 career goals.
  • November 26: Quinnipiac Bobcats player Kelly Babstock led all skaters in points at the 2011 Nutmeg Classic with four (one goal, three assists). With the two assists in the championship game, Babstock earned the 39 and 40 assists of her career, surpassing Caitlin Peters as the all-time assist leader in Bobcats history. [45] Breann Frykas scored the game winning goal as the Bobcats bested the Robert Morris Colonials by a 3-2 tally. The victory in the Nutmeg Classic was also the 200th career victory of head coach Rick Seeley.

DecemberEdit

  • December 10: In a 3-2 overtime victory versus Boston College, Hillary Pattenden made a career high 48 saves to earn the 91st victory of her NCAA career, tying former Wisconsin goaltender Jessie Vetter for the NCAA Division I record.[46]
  • December 10: In a WCHA contest versus Bemidji State , Hilary Knight produced four points[47], giving her a career total of 239. She has now surpassed Meghan Duggan’s 238 career points, to become the Wisconsin Badgers all-time leading point scorer. For her efforts, Knight was recognized as the WCHA Player of the Week.[48]
  • December 14: In a 9-0 defeat of the Lindenwood Lady Lions, Mercyhurst goaltender Hillary Pattenden broke Jessie Vetter's record for career NCAA wins, by notching her 92nd career victory.[49] Forward Bailey Bram scored two goals and added four assists while Kelley Steadman scored the game winning goal.[50]

JanuaryEdit

  • January 10: The Dartmouth Big Green and Providence Friars played each other in an outdoor game at Fenway Park in Boston. Providence skater Brooke Simpson scored her first career NCAA goal.[51] With 1:14 remaining in regulation, Big Green forward Camille Dumais scored the game winning goal on Providence netminder Genevieve Lacasse as the Big Green prevailed by a 3-2 mark.[52]
  • On Friday, January 20, 2012, Brianna Delaney scored in the third period of a 4-2 loss to CHA rival Mercyhurst. After being hooked, she scored on a wrist shot top shelf as she was falling to the ice. With the score, Delaney reached three milestones. She became just the second Robert Morris player to reach the 50 goal plateau. In addition, the score marked her 20th point of the season. It made her the first player in school history to post four 20 point seasons. Said goal also marked the 113th point of her career, the most by any Robert Morris women's hockey player in school history.[53]
  • January 27: Three Buckeyes reached milestones in a 6-2 upset of North Dakota. Laura McIntosh finished the game with three assists. Natalie Spooner totaled two goals and Hokey Langan finished with two assists. McIntosh’s three helpers moved her into a tie for the all-time lead on Ohio State’s all-time career points list. Her 160 career points are now tied with former Buckeye Jana Harrigan. The two goals by Spooner were both on the power-play (increasing her season total to seven). With the goals, Spooner reached the 150 career point plateau, moving her into third all-time in Ohio State history. The two assists from Langan helped her reached the 100-point milestone, only the eighth Buckeyes player to reach the mark. [54]
  • January 27-28: Wisconsin posted a two-game sweep of Bemidji State. In the first game, Madison Packer scored the game winning goal in overtime as the Badgers prevailed by a 3-2 score. The following day, Hilary Knight notched her first goal since Dec. 10 with 7:38 left in the third period. Said goal would stand as the game winner on Fill the Bowl nights. A record crowd of 12,402 attended the Kohl Center. Alex Rigby made 28 saves to obtain her sixth shutout of the campaign. Her rival between the pipes, Bemidji State netminder Zuzana Tomcikova made 32 saves. Wisconsin is the only team to sweep the season series from the Beavers during the 2011-12 season. The previous record for most fans to watch a women's college hockey game at the Kohl Center was 10,668. That record was set at the Kohl Center on Jan. 29, 2011. [55]

FebruaryEdit

  • February 3-4: In a sweep over CHA opponent Syracuse, Rebecca Vint led all Robert Morris Colonials skaters in points. In the first game, she scored the game winning goal to break the Colonials’ single-season record for points in one season.[56] In the 4-3 win versus the Orange, it was Vint’s fourth game winning goal of the season (a Colonials record). The following day, Vint tied the Colonials’ single-sea¬son mark for goals in a 5-2 triumph. In addition, she assisted on the game-winning goal to notch her 10th multi-point effort of the season.
  • February 4: Jillian Dempsey was one goal short of tying the NCAA record for goals in a game, netting five against Princeton. With Harvard behind 1-0 in the second period, she netted three straight markers for a natural hat trick. Late in the second, she added her fourth of the frame. Dempsey recorded a power-play and a short-handed goal also. Her fifth goal came with 41 seconds remaining in the contest.[57]
  • February 4: The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated No. 9 Minnesota Duluth by a 4-3 mark at the AMSOIL Arena. Laura McIntosh broke the Buckeyes all-time scoring record with three points, while Natalie Spooner notched a hat trick for the Buckeyes. [58] Prior to the game, McIntosh was tied with Jana Harrigan with 160 career points. She now is the all-time leaders with 163 points. The hat trick by Spooner was her third of the season (and sixth in her career). Spooner stands third overall in career points with 156.
  • February 10: Rebecca Vint notched her fifth game-winning goal of the season, a new Robert Morris Colonials record. In addition, said goal also broke the school record for overall goals in a season. In the third period, she logged another goal to register her sixth multi-goal game of the campaign. The following day, Vint assisting on both RMU goals to break the single-season assist record. With the two assists, she also became the first Colonial to notch 40 points in a season. Her five game winning goals leads all skaters in the CHA.[59]
  • February 17: Northeastern ended their 13 year Beanpot championship drought when Casey Pickett scored the game winning goal in overtime past Boston University goaltender Kerrin Sperry. The Huskies prevailed by a 4-3 tally with the other Huskies goals scored by Kendall Coyne, Lucie Povova, and Sonia St. Martin. Huskies goaltender Florence Schelling made a season best 43 saves to claim her 17th win of the season.[60]
  • February 18: In a contest versus the Robert Morris Colonials, Hillary Pattenden competed in the final regular season game of her NCAA career. Heading into the game, she had 99 career regular season victories[61], and was aiming to be the first NCAA womens goaltender with 100 career wins. With a 4-3 Mercyhurst lead late in the third period, Colonials skater Dayna Newsom recorded a game-tying goal[62], as both teams skated to a 4-4 final score.[63]
  • February 18: In a 7-1 victory over MSU-Mankato, Haley Irwin netted the 200th point of her NCAA career.[64] She became the sixth-ever Bulldog to score 200 career points as she registered a power play goal in the first period[65].

Regular seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

Overall Conference
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Robert Morris 7 5 1 1 11 31 13 0 0 0 0 0 0
#5 Mercyhurst 7 5 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0
Niagara 10 4 5 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
Syracuse 10 4 6 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wayne State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Championship:
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll
  • Rankings based on number of wins in the conference
  • Wayne State was scheduled to play in the 2011–12 season but the women's ice hockey program was dropped
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Cornell 3 3 0 0 6 4 4 0 0
Quinnipiac 3 3 0 0 6 9 4 5 0
Harvard 2 2 0 0 4 2 2 0 0
Princeton 3 2 0 1 5
Dartmouth 2 1 0 1 3
Colgate 3 1 1 1 3
St. Lawrence 3 1 2 0 3
Union 3 1 2 0 3
Clarkson 3 0 2 1 1
Brown 3 0 2 1 1
Rensselaer 3 0 2 1 1
Yale 3 0 3 0 3 6 0 6 0
Championship: To be determined
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll
[66]
Overall Conference
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Boston College 14 9 4 1 19 43 29 8 5 2 1 22 14
Providence 17 6 8 3 15 44 43 9 5 3 1 30 21
Northeastern 14 10 4 0 20 48 25 7 5 2 0 20 12
Maine 18 9 5 4 22 8 4 3 1 26 23
Boston University 5 4 1 0 17 10
Connecticut 7 2 5 0 11 16
Vermont 16 2 10 4 8 30 61 8 2 6 0 15 27
New Hampshire 6 0 5 1 6 24
Championship: To Be Determined
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll
*Rankings based on number of wins in the conference
Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#2 Minnesota 6 5 1 0 0 15 29 5 8 7 1 0 39 6
#1 Wisconsin 6 5 1 0 0 15 23 15 8 7 1 0 47 15
Ohio State 6 3 2 1 1 11 21 27 6 3 2 1 21 27
Bemidji State 4 2 1 1 0 7 20 12 8 5 1 2 33 15
#6 North Dakota 4 2 2 0 0 6 22 10 8 5 3 0 41 17
Minnesota State 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 8 4 4 0 27 27
#7 Minnesota-Duluth 2 0 2 0 0 0 6 10 6 3 3 0 26 20
St. Cloud State 6 0 6 0 0 0 5 37 8 1 7 0 10 40
Championship:
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll

Season TournamentsEdit

Nutmeg ClassicEdit

The Nutmeg Classic will be contested on November 25 and 26.

Date Schools ScoreNotes
Nov. 25 Connecticut vs. Quinnipiac 4-2, Quinnipiac Game winning goal scored by Erica Uden Johansson[67]
Nov. 25 Robert Morris vs. Yale 1-0, Robert Morris Game winning goal scored by Thea Imbrogno[68]
Nov. 26 Connecticut vs. Yale
Nov. 26 Quinnipiac vs. Robert Morris 3-2, Quinnipiac Breann Frykas scored the game winning goal

BeanpotEdit

The Beanpot will involve Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern and Harvard.

Date Schools ScoreNotes
Jan. 31 Boston College vs. Northeastern 2-1, Northeastern
(Shootout)
Rachel Llanes and Brittany Esposito scored in the shootout for Northeastern[69]
Jan. 31 Boston University vs. Harvard 5-2, BU Game winning goal scored by Marie-Philip Poulin[70]
Feb. 7 Boston College vs. Harvard (consolation game)
Feb. 7 Boston University vs. Northeastern (championship game)

RankingsEdit

OctoberEdit

USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
Ranking Week of October 3 Week of October 10 Week of October 17 Week of October 24 Week of October 31
1 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
2 Cornell Cornell Minnesota Minnesota Cornell
3 Minnesota Minnesota Cornell Cornell Minnesota
4 Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston College Minnesota-Duluth
5 Boston College Boston College Boston College Boston University Boston University
6 North Dakota Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Duluth North Dakota Boston College
7 Minnesota-Duluth North Dakota North Dakota Minnesota-Duluth North Dakota
8 Mercyhurst Northeastern Northeastern Mercyhurst Mercyhurst
9 Quinnipiac Dartmouth Mercyhurst Northeastern Northeastern
10 Dartmouth Mercyhurst Dartmouth Dartmouth Bemidji State and Harvard (tie)
USA Today Hockey Poll
Ranking Week of October 3 Week of October 10 Week of October 17 Week of October 24
1 Wisconsin Wisconsin
2 Cornell Cornell
3 Minnesota Minnesota
4 Boston University Boston University
5 Boston College Minnesota Duluth
6 North Dakota Boston College
7 Minnesota Duluth North Dakota
8 Mercyhurst Northeastern
9 Mercyhurst
10 Dartmouth Dartmouth

NovemberEdit

USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
Ranking Week of November 7 Week of November 14 Week of November 21 Week of November 28
1 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
2 Cornell Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
3 Minnesota Cornell Cornell Cornell
4 Boston College Boston College Boston College Boston College
5 Boston University Boston University Boston University North Dakota
6 Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Duluth North Dakota Mercyhurst
7 North Dakota North Dakota Mercyhurst Boston University
8 Northeastern Northeastern Minnesota-Duluth Bemidji State
9 Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Minnesota-Duluth
10 Harvard Harvard Northeastern Northeastern
USA Today/American Hockey Coaches Hockey Poll
Ranking Week of November 7 Week of November 14 Week of November 21 Week of November 28
1 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
2 Cornell Cornell Minnesota
3 Minnesota Minnesota Cornell
4 Boston College Boston College Boston College
5 Boston University Boston University Boston University
6 North Dakota North Dakota
7 Minnesota-Duluth Mercyhurst
8 Northeastern Minnesota-Duluth
9 Mercyhurst Harvard
10 Harvard Northeastern

DecemberEdit

USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
Ranking Week of December 5 Week of December 12 Week of December 29 Week of December 26
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8
9
10
USA Today Hockey Poll
Ranking Week of December 5 Week of December 12 Week of December 29 Week of December 26
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8
9
10

Scoring leadersEdit

Awards and honorsEdit

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award NomineesEdit

Name Position Class Team
Christine Bestland F So. Mercyhurst College
Blake Bolden D Jr. Boston College
Megan Bozek D Jr. Univ. of Minnesota
Bailey Bram F Sr. Mercyhurst College
Alex Carpenter FFr. Boston College
Kendall Coyne F Fr. Northeastern Univ.
Brianna Decker F Jr. Univ. of Wisconsin
Jillian Dempsey F Jr. Harvard Univ.
Laura Fortino D Jr. Cornell Univ.
Thea Imbrogno F So. Robert Morris Univ.
Haley Irwin F Sr. Univ. of Minnesota Duluth
Brianne Jenner F So. Cornell Univ.
Rebecca Johnston F Sr. Cornell Univ.
Amanda Kessel F So. Univ. of Minnesota
Hilary Knight F Sr. Univ. of Wisconsin
Jocelyne Lamoureux F Jr. Univ. of North Dakota
Monique Lamoureux-Kolls F/D Jr. Univ. of North Dakota
Josephine Pucci D Jr. Harvard Univ.
Jamie Lee Rattray F So. Clarkson Univ.
Noora Raty G Jr. Univ. of Minnesota
Alex Rigsby G So. Univ. of Wisconsin
Lauriane Rougeau D Jr. Cornell Univ.
Kelly Sabatine F Jr. St. Lawrence Univ.
Florence Schelling G Sr. Northeastern Univ.
Jen Schoullis F Sr. Univ. of Minnesota
Natalie Spooner F Sr. Ohio State Univ.
Kelley Steadman F Jr. Mercyhurst College
Zuzana Tomcikova G Sr. Bemidji State Univ.
Rebecca Vint F Fr. Robert Morris Univ.
Jenn Wakefield F Sr. Boston Univ.

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award FinalistsEdit

Name Position Class Team
Bailey Bram F Sr. Mercyhurst College
Brianna Decker F Jr. Univ. of Wisconsin
Laura Fortino D Jr. Cornell Univ.
Rebecca Johnston F Sr. Cornell Univ.
Amanda Kessel F So. Univ. of Minnesota
Hilary Knight F Sr. Univ. of Wisconsin
Jocelyne Lamoureux F Jr. Univ. of North Dakota
Monique Lamoureux-Kolls F/D Jr. Univ. of North Dakota
Florence Schelling G Sr. Northeastern Univ.
Natalie Spooner F Sr. Ohio State Univ.
[71]

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top 3Edit

All-conference honorsEdit

All-America honorsEdit

First teamEdit

Second teamEdit

All Ivy League honorsEdit

First Team All-IvyEdit

Second Team All-IvyEdit

Hockey East 10th Anniversary TeamEdit

On February 29, 2012, Hockey East named its 10th Anniversary Team, along with a group of Honorable Mention players.

Position Player HEA school Final season
GoalieChanda GunnNortheastern 2004
GoalieMolly Schaus Boston College 2011
Defense Cristin AllenConnecticut 2010
Defense Kacey Bellamy New Hampshire 2009
DefenseMartine Garland New Hampshire 2008
Defense Kelly Halcisak Providence 2004
ForwardSam Haber New Hampshire 2009
ForwardKelly Paton New Hampshire 2010
ForwardKelli Stack Boston College 2011
ForwardKaren ThatcherProvidence 2006
ForwardJennifer WakefieldBoston University 2012
[72]

Honorable mentionEdit

Position Player HEA school Final season
GoalieFlorence SchellingNortheastern 2012
Defense Courtney Birchard New Hampshire 2011
DefenseKristin GigliottiProvidence 2007
DefenseMaggie Taverna Boston College 2009
DefenseTara WatchornBoston University 2012
ForwardJaclyn HawkinsConnecticut 2008
ForwardJenn Hitchcock New Hampshire 2008
ForwardAllie Thunstrom Boston College 2010

Postseason tournamentsEdit

CHA championship gameEdit

ECAC championship gameEdit

Hockey East championship gameEdit

WCHA championship gameEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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