KEVIN REGAN NAMED HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    DURHAM, N.H. – Junior goaltender Kevin Regan (South Boston, Mass.) of the University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team was named CCM/RBK Hockey East Player of the Week for the first time this season on Monday by the conference office.
    Regan helped the top-seeded Wildcats advance to the Hockey East semifinals on Friday, March 16 with a pair of 42-save shutout efforts in the two-game sweep of Providence College in the Hockey East quarterfinals last week. He stopped all 84 shots by the Friars in the two-game set.
    He owns a 23-7-2 record this year in 32 starts with a 2.02 GAA and a .936 save percentage with three shutouts. Regan ranks third in the league in GAA and first among conference goalies in save percentage. He has allowed two goals or less in 20 of his 32 starts and has amassed 30+ saves on 14 occasions. Regan has notched 40+ saves three times this year, including a career-high 46 saves on Feb. 3 vs. Maine.
    In his last 10 starts, Regan owns a 6-3-1 record with a 1.92 GAA and a .946 save percentage.
    On the national leaderboard, Regan ranks first in the nation in save percentage and fifth in the country in GAA. His 75% winning percentage is fourth best in Div. I college hockey and his 23 wins are a career-high which also ranks fourth nationally.
In 77 career games as a Wildcat, Regan owns a 46-19-9 overall mark to go along with six shutouts, a 2.30 GAA and .928 save percentage.
    The No. 3 ranked Wildcats (25-9-2) will face No. 12 ranked Massachusetts (20-11-5) in the Hockey East semifinals on Friday, March 16 (5 p.m.) at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston.
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