College Hockey:
Roe, Zanette, Sullivan named USCHO’s Three Stars for March 2


Dan Sullivan, Maine: The freshman goaltender makes an appearance in the three stars for the second straight week after allowing only one goal on 34 shots in a pair of victories over then-No. 4 Merrimack. :: Dan Sullivan’s player page

Maine's Dan Sullivan. (Maine Athletics)


Paul Zanette, Niagara: The Purple Eagles senior upped his nation-leading season total to 29 goals with a pair in each game last weekend against Rochester Institute of Technology. :: Paul Zanette’s player page

Niagara's Paul Zanette (Niagara Athletics)


Garrett Roe, St. Cloud State: It hasn’t been a stellar season for the senior or his team, but both had an impressive weekend against Wisconsin. Roe scored twice in each game as the Huskies swept the Badgers to keep their home-ice hopes alive. :: Garrett Roe’s player page

St. Cloud State's Garrett Roe. (St. Cloud State Athletics)

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  • TheWeasel

    34 shots in two games. More of a poor showing by merrimack than a third star performance.

    • Ron

      Well even with 34 shots in 2 games they could only score 1 goal so I would say great defense by Maine!!!

  • Pgb2067

    You must be from NH or BOSTON!

  • Boogie Man

    You guys really don’t like Matt Frattin do you? Three goals and a helper on the weekend. 27g, 15a on the year for the top team in the country with the top rated strength of schedule.

    • Nyqi

      I’d like to see Frattin get a shot at this but it’s hard to argue that he deserved it this week when you look at what these three guys did. Both forwards had more goals and UND played a weak team. I love the Sioux as much as anyone but these guys were pretty deserving this week.

      • Boogie Man

        I’ll give you that. But keep in mind that this weekend against Michigan Tech is the only week all year that we are not playing against a TUC. Which means all af Frattins stats have come against TUC.

    • dcSIOUXfan

      They don’t like Frattin, the Sioux or the WCHA.

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