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

THIRD STAR

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)

SECOND STAR

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)

FIRST STAR

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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5 COMMENTS

  1. 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.

  2. 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?

  3. 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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