Welcome back to our Weekly Women’s Hockey Wrap-up. Everyone but Harvard was in action with a pair of games each and it went well for all of them.
Boston Pride (1-0-0) Standings: 1st (0 Points behind)
• Last Week: W- 3-1 v Minnesota Whitecaps (10/19), W 5-2 v Minnesota Whitecaps (10/20)
• Next Week: v Metropolitan Riveters(10/25, 10/26)
The Pride continue to roll over the opposition. Their offense is clicking on all cylinders as is their goaltending, but they need to reduce the shots Lovisa Selander faces over the course of this season, she made 82 saves on the weekend. The Riveters will come to Warrior Rink for a pair to avenge the Pride’s season opening win.
Boston College (6-0-0, 5-0-0 HEA) SBN Poll: 7 (-) HEA: 1st(0 Points behind)
• Last week: W 8-0 v Merrimack (10/18), W 3-2 @ Vermont (10/20)
• Coming Week: v Holy Cross (10/25), v Maine (10/26)
The Eagles continue to hang on to the top of Hockey East after a dominating win and one that they just held onto. The 6-0 start is impressive with all the talent BC lost in the offseason and it shows no signs of slowing down with two teams that are likely to be at the bottom of Hockey East coming up.
Boston University (3-1-1, 2-1-1 HEA) SBN Poll: T-10 (-) HEA: T-2nd (5 Points behind)
• Last week: W 1-0 @ Connecticut (10/18), W 3-1 @ Maine (10/20)
• Coming Week: v Penn State (10/25, 10/26)
Boston University returned to their winning ways taking out Connecticut and Vermont. They go back outside the conference as they host a pair against the Nittany Lions.
Harvard University (0-0-0, 0-0-0 ECAC, 0-0-0 Ivy) SBN Poll: ARV (-) ECAC: T-1st (0 Points behind) Ivy: T-1st (0 Points behind)
• Last Week: No Games
• Next Week: @ Dartmouth (10/25)
We finally get the Crimson action as they travel to fellow Ivy Leaguer Dartmouth. Harvard is in the conversation as a ranked team and need to win these games if they want to move up.
Northeastern University (5-0-0, 2-0-0 HEA) SBN Poll: 3 (-) HEA: T-3rd (6 Points behind)
• Last week: W 6-1 @ Maine (10/18), W 4-1 v New Hampshire (10/20)
• Coming Week: @ Providence (10/25)
The Huskies stay perfect including a dominant win on the road against Maine before coming home and unveiling a banner while beating a New Hampshire team that has shown an ability to steal a game they shouldn’t.
Record This Week: 8-0-0