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Weekly women’s hockey wrap-up: October 7

A look at the weekend's action in local women's hockey.

Meg Linehan Picture of Jillian Dempsey

Welcome to our new Weekly Women’s Wrap-Up!

With all but Harvard in action this past weekend, women’s hockey is back in full swing.

Boston Pride (1-0-0) Standings: T-1st (0 Points behind)

Last Week: W 4-2 @ Metropolitan Riveters

Next Week: v Buffalo Beauts (10/12, 10/13)

The Pride opened their season on the road with a big win that was filled with penalties. After going down early in the third, the Pride were able to respond with two goals 21 seconds apart only a few minutes later. The home opener comes this weekend as the Beauts come to town for a pair.

Boston University (1-0-0, 0-0-0 HEA) SBN Poll: 10 (-3) HEA: T-2nd (6 Points behind)

Last Week: W 2-1 @ Union (10/6)

Next Week: v Merrimack (10/11), @ New Hampshire (10/12)

The Terriers also opened on the road against Union. They were able to winn but it was much closer then most BU fans would like. They will open up conference play with two games they should win.

Boston College (4-0-0, 3-0-0 HEA) SBN Poll: 7 (+2) HEA: 1st(0 Points behind)

Last Week: W 6-0 @ Holy Cross (10/3), W 4-3 @ Syracuse (10/5)

Next Week: No Games

The Eagles continue to not miss the offensive output they lost with departing players, scoring 10 goals this weekend. In their Syracuse game, they were up 4-1 before things started to slip away, but they held on at 4-3 to stay undefeated. They will have a weekend off before returning to conference play.

Northeastern University (1-0-0, 0-0-0 HEA) SBN Poll: 3 (+1) HEA: T-2nd (6 Points behind)

Last Week: W 5-0 @ Union (10/4)

Next Week: @ Syracuse (10/11, 10/12)

The Huskies saw their superstar Alina Mueller bury the first shot of the season on hapless Union en route to a 5-goal first period. This included chasing the Union goalie in 13 minutes. The rest of the game was much quieter as Northeastern seemed content with the big shutout win. Next weekend takes NU back to upstate NY for a pair at Syracuse.

Harvard University (0-0-0, 0-0-0 ECAC, 0-0-0 Ivy) SBN Poll: NR ECAC: T-1st(0 Points behind) Ivy: T-1st(0 Points behind)

Last Week: No Games

Next Week: v McGill (10/11) EX

The Crimson are members of the Ivy League and as such have fewer games on the schedule and traditionally start later. Next weekend has them play an exhibition before the real season starts.

Total Record This Week: 5-0