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This is the 2012-13 Hockey East Women's Ice Hockey season.  This was the league's 11th season.  Eight teams participated in a 21 game scheldule for a total of 84 league games.

StandingsEdit

seed team                     GP W L T Pts GF GA

  1. Boston University 21  18 2 1 37  89 55
  2. Boston College    21  17 2  2 36 110 41
  3. Northeastern       21  13 7  1 27  92 60
  4. New Hampshire   21  10 8  3 23  52 58
  5. Providence         21    8 10 3 19 76 78
  6. Vermont              21   6  11 4 16 48 60
  7. Maine                 21    2 16 3  7  36 88
  8. Connecticut       21     1 19 1  3 27 90

League LeadersEdit

PointsEdit

  1. Alex Carpenter, Boston College, 48
  2. Kendall Coyne, Northeastern, 43
  3. Haley Skarupa, Boston College, 37
  4. Marie-Philip Poulin, Boston University, 33
  5. Casey Pickett, Northeastern, 31

GoalsEdit

  1. Alex Carpenter, Boston College, 25
  2. Kendall Coyne, F, Northeastern, 21
  3. Haley Skarupa, Boston College,15
  4. Casey Pickett, Northeastern,15
  5. Jenelle Kohanchuk, Boston University, 14
  6. Sarah Lefort, Boston University, 14

AssistsEdit

  1. Alex Carpenter, Boston College, 23
  2. Haley Skarupa, Boston College, 22
  3. Marie-Philip Poulin, Boston University, 22
  4. Kendall Coyne, F, Northeastern, 22

Goaltender WinsEdit

  1. Kerrin Sperry, Boston University, 14
  2. Corinne Boyles, Boston College, 12
  3. Chloe Desjardins, Northeastern, 11
  4. Jenn Gilligan, New Hampshire, 8
  5. Sarah Bryant, Providence, 6

Goals Against AverageEdit

  1. Corinne Boyles, Boston College, 1.81
  2. Jenn Gilligan, New Hampshire, 2.06
  3. Kerrin Sperry, Boston University, 2.56
  4. Roxanne Douville, Vermont, 2.73
  5. Chloe Desjardins, Northeastern, 2.81

Save PercentageEdit

  1. Roxanne Douville, Vermont, .923
  2. Jenn Gilligan, New Hampshire, .915
  3. Corinne Boyles, Boston College, .912
  4. Chloe Desjardins, Northeastern, 2.81
  5. Kerrin Sperry, Boston University, .899

Hockey East TournamentEdit

FormatEdit

All eight qualified for a single elimination tournament with the quarterfinal games being held at the home rink of the higher seeded team.  The semifinal and final rounds were held at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center's Lt. Joseph P Kennedy Rink in Hyannis, Massachusetts.  The tournament winning team was awarded the conference's automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Boston University defeated Connecticut, 5 to 1
  • Boston College defeated Maine, 2 to 1 in overtime
  • Northeastern defeated Vermont, 5 to 1
  • Providence defeated New Hampshire, 5 to 4 in overtime

SemifinalsEdit

  • Boston University defeated Providence, 4 to 0
  • Northeastern defeated Boston College, 4 to 1

FinalEdit

  • Boston University defeated Northeastern, 5 to 2

Tournament Most Valuable PlayerEdit

All-Tournament TeamEdit

Season AwardsEdit

  • Regular Season champions: Boston University
  • Tournament Champions Boston University
  • Athletic Republic Player of the Year: Alex Carpenter, Boston College
  • Coach of the Year: Katie King Crowley, Boston College
  • Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Haley Skarupa, Boston College
  • Army ROTC Three Stars Award: Kendall Coyne, Northeastern
  • Goaltending Champion: Corinne Boyles, Boston College
  • Turfer Athletic Scoring Champion:  Alex Carpenter, Boston College
  • Best Defensemen:  Blake Bolden, Boston College
  • Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward:  Erin Wente, Vermont

All-Conference TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

Pro Ambitions All-Rookie TeamEdit

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