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College Hockey:
ECACHL Quarterfinals
By the Numbers

All series will be best of three.

No. 6 Brown at No. 3 St. Lawrence
Fri. 3:30, Sat. 2;00, Sun. 2:00

No. 7 Colgate at No. 2 Dartmouth
Fri. 4:00, Sat. 2:00, Sat. 2:00

No. 5 Princeton at No. 4 Yale
Fri. 7 p.m., Sat. 4 p.m., Sun 4 p.m.

No. 8 Clarkson at No. 1 Harvard
Fri. 7 p.m., Sat 4 p.m., Sun 4 p.m.


No. 8 seed Clarkson (13-15-6 overall, 7-12-1 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Jill Nolan, So., F (14-7-21), Brooke Beazer, Fr., F (9-11-20), Katie Morrison, Fr., F/D (7-13-20)
Top Goaltender: Kira McDonald, So. (10-13-3, 2.12, .918)
Scoring Offense: 2.06 (23rd)
Scoring Defense: 2.03 (T-8th)
Penalty Minutes: 8.1 (31st)
Power Play: 25 of 169, 14.8% (17th)
Penalty Kill: 111 of 131, 84.7% (17th)

No. 1 seed Harvard (20-6-3 overall, 17-1-2 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Nicole Corriero, Sr., F (49-28-77), Julie Chu, Jr., F (12-45-57), Sarah Vaillancourt, Fr., F (18-36-54)
Top Goaltender: Ali Boe, Jr. (16-5-2, 2.00, .902)
Scoring Offense: 4.59 (4th)
Scoring Defense: 1.93 (7th)
Penalty Minutes: 13.5 (11th)
Power Play: 46 of 195, 23.6% (4th)
Penalty Kill: 154 of 173, 89.0% (6th)

Notes

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Corriero is just two goals shy of the all-time Division I single-season goal scoring record of 51 held by Harvard’s Tammy Shewchuk (1999) and Northeastern’s Vicky Sunohara (1989) She is also on the verge of passing Angela Ruggiero on Harvard’s all-time scoring list This is Clarkson’s first ECACHL season and playoff series Corriero led all scorers with three goals and three assists in the Harvard-Clarkson series this season Harvard outscored Cornell 33-3 in four total No. 1 vs. No. 8 playoff games over the past two years Clarkson is 0-9-2 against the top 10 teams this year The game will be broadcast on www.whrb.org 95.3 FM.

Series History

All-time: 2-0-0 Harvard

2004-05: 2-0-0 Harvard
2/18/05: Harvard 5, Clarkson 0
11/20/04: Harvard 4, Clarkson 0 (Recap)


No. 7 seed Colgate (16-13-4 overall, 9-7-4 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Amanda Barre, Sr., F (20-19-39), Becky Irvine, Jr., F (14-25-39), Allison Paiano, Jr., F (14-17-31)
Top Goaltenders: Rebecca Lahar, Sr. (10-8-0, 2.31, .906), Brook Wheeler, So. (6-5-4, 1.76, .931)
Scoring Offense: 2.42 (19th)
Scoring Defense: 2.12 (10th)
Penalty Minutes: 13.3 (14th)
Power Play: 28 of 194, 14.4% (18th)
Penalty Kill: 165 of 188, 87.8% (9th)

No. 2 seed Dartmouth (23-5-0 overall, 16-4-0 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Cherie Piper, Jr., F (20-31-51), Katie Weatherston, Jr., F (34-12-46), Tiffany Hagge, Jr., F (23-17-40)
Top Goaltenders: Kate Lane, Jr. (13-4-0, 2.23, .907), Christine Capuano, So. (10-1-0, 1.91, .902)
Scoring Offense: 4.86 (1st)
Scoring Defense: 2.14 (11th)
Penalty Minutes: 14.1 (10th)
Power Play: 48 of 183, 26.2% (2nd)
Penalty Kill: 144 of 166, 86.7% (11th)

Notes

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Colgate is 5-0-2 in its last seven games, including a win over Mercyhurst and ties against Princeton and St. Lawrence Dartmouth is 3-4 in its last seven Last weekend was the first time Dartmouth had been swept in league play since 1997 This is third time in four years Dartmouth and Colgate have played in the ECAC quarterfinals, with the Big Green winning every game The game will be broadcast live through www.dartmouth.edu/~brdcast/sports/.

Series History

All-time: 14-0-0 Dartmouth

2004-05: 2-0-0 Dartmouth
1/22/05: Dartmouth 3, Colgate 2 (Recap)
11/19/04: Dartmouth 4, Colgate 3


No. 6 seed Brown (14-13-2 overall, 11-8-1 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Jessica Link, Sr., F (14-11-25), Hayley Moore, Fr., F (11-14-25), Kathryn Moos, So., F (7-15-22)
Top Goaltenders: O’Hara Shipe, Fr. (8-5-0, 2.17, .911), Stacy Silverman, Fr. (3-8-2, 2.73, .900)
Scoring Offense: 2.69 (15th)
Scoring Defense: 2.28 (13th)
Penalty Minutes: 13.1 (17th)
Power Play: 26 of 157, 16.6% (14th)
Penalty Kill: 154 of 171, 90.1% (5th)

No. 3 seed St. Lawrence (24-5-5 overall, 14-3-3 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Rebecca Russell, Sr., F (27-32-59), Emilie Berlinguette, Jr., F (19-20-39), Chelsea Grills, So., F (17-20-37)
Top Goaltenders: Meaghan Guckian, Fr. (13-4-2, 2.24, .923), Jess Moffat, Jr. (8-1-3, 1.93, .921)
Scoring Offense: 3.35 (7th)
Scoring Defense: 2.03 (T-8th)
Penalty Minutes: 14.9 (6th)
Power Play: 36 of 235, 15.3% (16th)
Penalty Kill: 184 of 217, 84.8% (16th)

Series History

All-time: 13-5-2 Brown

2004-05: 1-1-0
2/18/05: Brown 4, SLU 2 (Recap)
11/20/04: SLU 2, Brown 1 (OT) (Recap)

Notes

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Brown and St. Lawrence are 4-4-2 head-to-head in the regular season since 2000-01 This is third ECACHL playoff meeting between the school in that time frame The Bears beat the Saints in the 2002 ECAC semifinals and in a best-of-three ECAC quarterfinal series The series will be broadcast on 92.7 FM in Canton and www.stlawu.edu/sports/radio.html


No. 5 seed Princeton (16-8-5 overall, 10-7-3 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Liz Keady, So., F (14-13-27), Kim Pearce, So., F (14-13-27), Laura Watt, So., F (9-16-25)
Top Goaltender: Roxanne Gaudiel, Jr. (15-8-5, 1.79, .929)
Scoring Offense: 2.72 (14th)
Scoring Defense: 1.86 (6th)
Penalty Minutes: 12.0 (23rd)
Power Play: 29 of 160, 18.1% (9th)
Penalty Kill: 129 of 150, 86.0% (13th)

No. 4 seed Yale (14-14-1 overall, 12-7-1 ECAC)

Top Scorers: Jenna Spring, So., F (12-13-25), Erin Duggan, Sr., D (11-14-25), Deena Caplette, Jr., F (9-14-23)
Top Goaltender: Sarah Love, Jr. (12-12-1, 2.74, .903)
Scoring Offense: 2.48 (18th)
Scoring Defense: 2.72 (17th)
Penalty Minutes: 12.6 (20th)
Power Play: 19 of 142, 13.4% (20th)
Penalty Kill: 145 of 168, 86.3% (12th)

Notes

This is the first postseason series ever hosted by Yale The Bulldogs are 4-2 against Princeton over the last three years Game webcasts will be available via www.yalebulldogs.com.

Series History

All-time: 45-6-1 Princeton

2004-05: 2-0-0 Yale
2/23/05: Yale 4, Princeton 2
11/24/04: Yale 2, Princeton 1 (Recap)


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