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2011–12 New Hampshire Wildcats
Conference Hockey East
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
2011–12 Record
Head Coach Brian McCloskey
Captain Katie Brock, Kailey Chappell, Nicole Gifford
Seasons
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OffseasonEdit

RecruitingEdit

Player NationalityPositionFormer team
Brynja BoganFlag of the United States United StatesDefenseParticipated with the Washington Pride
Casey StathopoulosFlag of the United States United StatesForwardCompeted for the Massachusetts Spitfires
Heather KashmanFlag of Canada.svg CanadaForwardWon silver medal at 2011 Esso Cup with the Edmonton Thunder
Jenna LascelleFlag of Canada.svg CanadaForwardParticipated at Ontario Hockey Academy
Jess RyanFlag of Canada.svg CanadaDefenseFrom Cloquet, Minnesota
Caroline BroderickFlag of the United States United StatesForwardParticipated at Ontario Hockey Academy
Kayla MorkFlag of the United States United StatesDefenseFrom Victoria, Minnesota
Moe BradleyFlag of the United States United StatesGoaltenderCompeted with the Boston Blades of the CWHL
Jenn GilliganFlag of Canada.svg CanadaGoaltenderPlayed with the Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers of the PWHL

ExhibitionEdit

Date OpponentTimeScoreGoal scorers
Sat Sep. 24 Ontario Hockey Academy 2:00 PM 6-1 Hannah Armstrong, Katie Kleinendorst, Maggie Hunt, Emma Clark, Heather Kashman, Nicole Gifford[1]

Regular seasonEdit

  • September 30: Heather Kashman scored her first career goal in her NCAA debut as New Hampshire bested the Niagara Purple Eagles. The six goals scored by New Hampshire marked the highest goal scoring output since Oct. 18, 2009 (also against Niagara in a 6-1 victory). It was also the highest number of goals scored by the squad in a road game since Feb. 8, 2009 at Vermont (6-2 win).[2]

StandingsEdit

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

ScheduleEdit

Date OpponentTimeScoreRecord
Fri Sep. 30 at Niagara 7:00 PM 6-4 1-0-0
Sat Oct. 1 at Niagara 1:00 PM 3-2 2-0-0
Fri Oct. 7 Colgate 7:00 PM
Sat Oct. 8 Syracuse 5:00 PM
Fri Oct. 14 Boston College * 7:00 PM
Sat Oct. 15 at Boston College * 2:00 PM
Fri Oct. 21 at St. Lawrence 4:00 PM
Sat Oct. 22 at Clarkson 2:00 PM
Thu Nov. 3 Vermont * 7:00 PM
Sun Nov. 6 at Dartmouth 1:00 PM
Sat Nov. 12 at Boston U. * 3:00 PM
Sun Nov. 13 at Providence * 2:00 PM
Fri Nov. 18 at Minnesota 8:00 PM
Sat Nov. 19 at Minnesota 5:00 PM
Fri Nov. 25 Maine * 7:00 PM
Sat Nov. 26 Princeton 2:00 PM
Tue Nov. 29 Union 7:00 PM
Sat Dec. 3 Northeastern * 2:00 PM
Sun Dec. 4 at Northeastern * 2:00 PM
Fri Dec. 9 at Harvard 7:00 PM
Sun Dec. 11 Dartmouth 2:00 PM
Tue Jan. 10 at Boston College * 7:00 PM
Fri Jan. 13 Connecticut * 7:00 PM
Sat Jan. 14 Connecticut * 4:00 PM
Thu Jan. 19 Boston U. * 7:00 PM
Sat Jan. 21 at Northeastern * 2:00 PM
Sat Jan. 28 Vermont * 2:00 PM
Sun Jan. 29 at Vermont * 2:00 PM
Sat Feb. 4 Boston U. * 2:00 PM
Sun Feb. 5 at Connecticut * 2:00 PM
Sat Feb. 11 Providence * 2:00 PM
Sun Feb. 12 Providence * 2:00 PM
Sat Feb. 18 at Maine *
Sun Feb. 19 at Maine * 3:00 PM

Conference recordEdit

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Heather Kashman, Hockey East Rookie of the Week (Week of October 3, 2011)[3]
  • New Hampshire Wildcats, Hockey East Team of the Week (Week of October 3, 2011)

ReferencesEdit

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