College Hockey:
Sullivan, Hagelin, Biega named USCHO’s Three Stars for Feb. 23


Danny Biega, Harvard: The Crimson have been busy, playing three games in five days, and the sophomore defenseman has been busy finding his way to the score sheet. He had a goal in each of those games, at Cornell, at Colgate and at Brown, and added three assists for a six-point week. :: Danny Biega’s player page

Harvard's Danny Biega. (Harvard Athletics)


Carl Hagelin, Michigan: The senior forward went eight games without a goal — the longest drought since the start of his sophomore season — until scoring twice on Saturday against Western michigan. The first tied the game in the final minute of regulation, and the second gave the Wolverines a 5-4 victory in the final seconds of overtime. :: Carl Hagelin’s player page

Michigan's Carl Hagelin. (Michigan Athletics)


Dan Sullivan, Maine: Last week, it was Rochester Institute of Technology’s Shane Madolora recording back-to-back shutouts. This week, Sullivan stopped all 49 shots he faced in a weekend blanking of Massachusetts-Lowell. They were the first two shutouts of the freshman’s collegiate career. :: Dan Sullivan’s player page

Maine's Dan Sullivan. (Maine Athletics)

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  • Lindyg

    Sully rocks!!

  • Scott

    Shutting out Mass-Lowell twice on 49 total shots earns you the first star? They’re one of the lowest scoring teams in Division I. I bet there were a dozen performances that were more impressive than Sullivan’s over the weekend.

  • Maineroadstar

    agreed that UML isn’t exactly an offensive dynamo, but the context of Sullivan’s performance is what made it special. Maine has a spark now when it appeared all hopes for the season were gone. Now the question is will Maine follow up this weekend with a great performance against Merrimack or simply more of the previous listlessness?

  • Anonymous

    Don’t look now but Sully shouts out AGAIN. This time, it’s Merrimack. Excuse me, Scott, but I beleive the Warriror are one of the highest scoring teams inthe country and ranked 4th in the PairWise.

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