February 19, 2010

#13 MEN'S HOCKEY PLAYS HOST TO #17 VERMONT (FRI - 7:30 - NESN); (SAT - 7 P.M.)

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THE MATCHUP: 
The 13th-ranked University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team continues its three-game homestand with a pair of games against 17th-ranked Vermont on Friday and Saturday night at Whittemore Center. UNH won this year’s only prior meeting 5-2 on Dec. 6 at Gutterson Fieldhouse. Friday night’s game will be broadcast live on NESN with a 7:30 p.m. start tabbed (doors open 6:30 p.m.). while Saturday night the teams will meet at 7 p.m.

SCOUTING THE NO. 17 CATAMOUNTS:
No. 17 Vermont enters the weekend series with a 13-10-5 overall record, but just a 7-9-5 mark good for 19 points and eighth place in Hockey East. In a tight Hockey East race, the Catamounts are just three points out of fourth place and just two points ahead of Merrimack for the final playoff spot. UVM, tied with UNH for ninth in the pairwise, has an impressive non-conference resume with a 6-1-0 mark with wins over Denver, Yale, Minnesota-Duluth just to name a few. The Catamounts are just 3-4-3 in their last 10 including dropping three of a possible four points at home to Merrimack last weekend. A well-balanced offensive attack features four players with 20-plus points led by senior forward Brayden Irwin, who has 24 points (11g, 13 a). Sophomore netminder Rob Madore is 9-8-5 with a 2.64 GAA and a .908 save percentage, while Mike Spillane is 4-2-0 with a 3.11 GAA and an .885 save percentage.

SERIES HISTORY VS. VERMONT:
The Wildcats own the advantage in the all-time series vs. Vermont at 67-16-3 in 86 all-time meetings dating back to Dec. 14, 1963. UNH is 9-2-2 against the Catamounts since they became a member of Hockey East during the 2005-06 season. This year’s the Wildcats won the only meeting 5-2 up in Burlington, while a year ago UNH capture the season series 2-1-0 with Vermont, a team which advanced to the Frozen Four. UNH owns a 32-10-1 all-time record vs. the Catamounts at Gutterson Field House and Coach Umile in his 20-year coaching career has registered a 23-6-2 mark against Vermont in 30 meetings. Overall, the Wildcats are 17-3-2 in the last 22 meetings with Vermont. Captain Peter LeBlanc is the leading active scorer against Vermont with 11 points in 10 games, while Brian Foster is 3-1-0 in five all-time appearances against UVM.

SCORING LEADERS VS. THE CATAMOUNTS:
Player    GP    G-A-P   

Peter LeBlanc    10    5-6-11
Bobby Butler    10    5-5-10
Paul Thompson    7    1-4-5
Phil DeSimone    7    0-4-4
Blake Kessel    4    3-1-4
Mike Sislo    7    1-2-3
Damon Kipp    4    2-0-2
StevIe Moses    4    0-2-2
Greg Manz    4    2-0-2
Nick Krates    6    0-1-1
Matt Campanale    5    0-1-1
Greg Burke    1    1-0-1
Connor Hardowa    1    0-0-0
Austin Block    1    0-1-1
Dalton Speelman    1    0-1-1
Mike Borisenok    1    0-1-1
Mike Beck    1    0-0-0
Brett Kostolansky    1    0-0-0
John Henrion    1    0-0-0
Goaltending Stats
Player    GP/Min    GA    GAA    W-L-T    SV    SV%

Foster    5/254:06    15    3.54    3-1-0    114    .883
Foster Game-by-Game vs. the Catamounts
Date        Min    Res.    Svs.    GA    Shots

1/5/07        11:58    N/D    2    0    2
1/30/09        60:00    W    24    2    26
3/6/09        58:24    L    29    6    35
3/7/09        63:44    W    31    5    36
12/6/09        60:00    W    28    2    30
Totals        254:06    3-1-0    114    15    129

LAST TIME THESE TEAMS MET (Dec. 6, 2009):
UNH used a three-goal second period to power a 5-2 win over Vermont at Gutterson Fieldhouse.  Twelve different Wildcats factored in the scoring including Peter LeBlanc (1g, 1a) and Stevie Moses (2a), who recorded multi-point efforts. Brian Foster stopped 28 shots allowing just a pair of power play goals in the winning effort.

FRIDAY NIGHT HOCKEY ON NESN; UNH 2-0-2 ON NESN THIS SEASON:
Friday night is the return of Hockey East Friday Night to UNH. Red Sox play-by-play personality Don Orsillo will call the action with former Bruin and Boston College player Craig Janney. The broadcast will begin at 7 p.m. with  “Hockey East Face-Off Live” NESN pre-game show, followed the live action at 7:30 p.m.

BUTLER NAMED HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
  Bobby Butler was named Hockey East Player of the Week. He earns this award for a league-best third time this season and the first time since Jan. 11. Butler, a Hobey Baker candidate, scored a career-high four goals including a natural hat trick in the third period, which proved to the difference in UNH’s 5-2 win over Providence on Friday night. Butler’s three-goal third broke a 2-2 deadlock and gave the senior his first career hat trick. He scored the game’s first goal, the game-winning goal and a short-handed goal during the night. It marks the first time since Dec. 11, 2008 a UNH player recorded four goals and a natural hat trick in a game. Mike Sislo accomplished both in a 9-4 win over Holy Cross. Butler, the league’s leading scorer with 35 points in HE play, is tied for the nation’s lead in goals scored with 23 and ranks in the top five nationally in points, points per game, goals and goals per game.

USCHO.com’s PAIRWISE RANKINGS (Feb. 12):
                    Record             RPI
Rk     Team     PWR     Rk     W-L-T     Win %     Rk     RPI

1      Miami     24          1      22-4-6      .7812      1      .5891*
2     Denver     23         2     20-6-4     .7333     2         .5861*
3     Wisconsin     22         5     18-7-4     .6897     3         .5745
4t     St. Cloud State     19         6     19-9-4     .6562     4         .5622
4t     Bemidji State     19         3     19-7-2     .7143     6         .5510
4t     Boston College     19         8     17-9-2     .6429     7         .5507
7     Colorado Coll.     15         11t     17-10-3     .6167     5         .5554
8     Yale     14         4     16-6-3     .7000     9         .5438
9t     Minn.-Duluth     13         11t     18-11-1     .6167     8         .5479
9t     New Hampshire 13         16     14-10-4     .5714     10     .5402
9t     Michigan State     13         14     17-10-5     .6094     13     .5357
9t     Vermont     13         19t     13-10-5     .5536     16     .5302
13t     North Dakota     12         23t     14-11-5     .5500     11     .5395
13t     Cornell     12         7     14-7-3     .6458     14     .5334
15     Massachusetts     11         22     16-13-0     .5517     19     .5252
16     Ferris State     10         10     18-10-4     .6250     12     .5382
17     Maine     9         19t     14-11-3     .5536     15     .5326
18t     Alaska     8         23t     12-9-9     .5500     23     .5216
18t     Boston Univ.     8         32     13-12-3     .5179     20     .5249
20t     Northeastern     7         19t     15-12-1     .5536     17     .5271
20t     Union     7         9     16-8-6     .6333     18     .5258
22     No. Michigan     4         17     14-10-8     .5625     21     .5242
23     Lake Superior     3         26t     15-12-5     .5469     25     .5184
24     Neb.-Omaha     2         18     16-12-6     .5588     22     .5220
25     Mass.-Lowell     0         28t     15-13-2     .5333     24     .5189

SCORING BY CLASS:
2009-10 breakdown of scoring by class.
Class    G-A-P    G-A-P %
Seniors:    34-33-67    35-20-26
Juniors:    36-53-89    38-32-34
Sophomores:    20-57-77    21-34-29
Freshmen:    6-23-29    6-14-11

BUTLER REACHES 40 POINTS, 21st-STRAIGHT SEASON WITH 40-POINT PLAYER:
Bobby Butler registered his 40th point Friday and it marks the 21st-straight season UNH has had a player with at least 40 points. The last time the Wildcats did not have a 40-point scorer was the 1988-89 season.

TO THIS POINT LAST YEAR:
A comparison through 28 games between this season and last season.
    07-08    08-09        09-10
Record     19-7-2    14-9-5        14-10-4
HE Record    15-4-2    10-7-4        13-5-3
Goals scored    98        84        96
Goals scored/PG    3.50    3.00        3.43
Goals Allowed    71        81        90
Goals Allowed/PG    2.50    2.89        3.21
Shots    922    941        924
Shots Allowed    887    823        852
Power Play    17.4%     13.5%        16.5
    (23-132)    (21-155)        (20-121)
Penalty Kill    86.4%     82.4%        79.0%
    (127-147)    (122-148)    (94-119)
Top 3 Scorers    Fornataro    van Riemsdyk   Butler
    12-23-35    10-21-31             22-19-41
    Radja    LeBlanc               Kessel
    18-17-35    9-13-22               6-24-30
    van Riemsdyk    Sislo, Butler        Thompson   
    10-13-23    16-5-21, 7-14-21   15-14-29

40-POINT SCORERS SINCE 2000:
Bobby Butler surpassed the 40-point mark with six games remaining in the regular season. There have been 23 players to record 40 points since 2000 with Darren Haydar topping the list with 76 points in 2001-02.

Player    G-A-P    Year   
Bobby Butler    22-19-41    2009-10
James van Riemsdyk    17-23-40    2008-09
Matt Fornataro    18-28-46    2007-08             
Mike Radja    19-24-43    2007-08   
Trevor Smith    21-22-43    2006-07
Matt Fornataro    13-27-40    2006-07
Jacob Micflikier    16-26-42    2005-06
Brett Hemingway    19-22-41    2005-06
Daniel Winnik    15-26-41    2005-06
Sean Collins    19-37-56    2004-05
Preston Callander    25-29-54    2004-05
Jacob Micfliker    20-24-44    2004-05
Daniel Winnik    18-22-40    2004-05
Steve Saviano    27-22-49    2003-04
Sean Collins    16-26-42    2003-04
Justin Aikins    10-31-41    2003-04
Lanny Gare    22-29-51    2002-03
Colin Hemingway    22-25-47    2002-03
Darren Haydar    31-45-76    2001-02
Colin Hemingway    33-33-66    2001-02
Sean Collins    20-25-45    2001-02
Lanny Gare    9-31-40    2001-02
Darren Haydar    18-23-41    2000-01

OH CAPTAIN, OUR GOAL SCORERS:
All five of UNH’s goals on Friday night were scored by co-captains Peter LeBlanc (1g) and Bobby Butler (4g).

HOCKEY EAST TAKE NOTICE; NOT IN OUR HOUSE:
UNH remains unbeaten against Hockey East foe (7-0-2) at Whittemore Center this season. The ‘Cats last Hockey East loss at Whittemore Center was Jan. 25, 2009 a 3-1 loss to BU; they are 12-0-3 since that loss in league games at the Whitt.

SWEEP OF THE FRIARS; FIRST SWEEP IN HE PLAY SINCE 2007-08:
The Wildcats completed a three-game sweep of Providence on Friday night. It marks the first series sweep since the 2007-08 season. In 2007-08, UNH swept BC, BU and Maine. BC was the most recently completed sweep as the Wildcats 5-1 win on Feb. 23 clinched the regular season title and completed the season sweep. 

T-B-D LINE, A DETERMINED SUCCESS:
Since its formation on Nov. 14, 2009, the Wildcat TBD line (Thompson, Butler, DeSimone) have posted 36 goals, 40 assists for 76 points in 18 games (4.22 ppg) and guided UNH to a 12-4-2 record over span.
Since the T-B-D line was formed
Player    Goals    Assists            Points    PPG

Butler    15    14            29    1.61
DeSimone    8    16            24    1.33
Thompson    13    10            23    1.27
Totals    36    40            76    4.22

DESIMONE’S CAREER HIGH EXTENDS STREAK TO 10 GAMES:
Phil DeSimone handed out a career-high three assists and extended his team-best scoring streak to 10 games. DeSimone has 14 points (5g, 9a) during this 10-game span.

FOUR SCORE FOR BUTLER:
Bobby Butler scored a career-high four goals including a natural hat trick in the third period to break a 2-2 tie and lift the Wildcats to a 5-2 win over Providence on Friday night. It marks the first time since Dec. 11, 2008 a UNH player recorded four goals and a natural hat trick in a game. Mike Sislo accomplished both in a 9-4 win over Holy Cross. Butler, the league’s leading scorer with 35 points in HE play, is tied for the nation’s lead in goals scored with 23 and ranks in the top five nationally in points, points per game, goals and goals per game.

‘CATS ENJOY VIEW FROM THE TOP:
New Hampshire retained its three-point lead over second-place Boston College thanks to a win and a BC split with UMass-Lowell, while it extended its lead to five points over three-place Maine with a pair of Black Bear losses at Boston University.

UNH CONTINUES TO RECENT SUCCESS AGAINST PC:
With the win over PC, the Wildcats improve to 8-0-2 in the last 11 games against Providence.

THE NATIONAL POLLS:
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine (Feb. 15)
Rk.    School, Pts. (FPV)        LW     Record    WIP

1    Miami University, 508 (32)    1    22-4-6    19
2    University of Denver, 478 (2)    2    20-6-4    19
3    University of Wisconsin, 441    3    18-7-4    12
4    St. Cloud State University, 379    4    19-9-4    8
5    Yale University, 369        7    16-6-3    19
6     Minnesota Duluth, 297        8    18-11-1    13
7    Bemidji State University, 281    5    19-7-2    16
8    Colorado College, 273        9    17-10-3    16
9    Boston College, 262        10    17-9-2    16
10    Cornell University, 231        6    14-7-3    19
11    University of North Dakota, 162    11    14-11-5    19
12    Michigan State University, 140    14    17-10-5    14
13    New Hampshire, 123        15    14-10-4    4
14    Ferris State University, 56        13    18-10-4    10
15    University of Maine, 29        12    14-11-3    2
Others receiving votes: Union College, 14; University of Vermont, 13; University of Massachusetts, 10; University of Nebraska Omaha, 8; Boston University, 3; Rochester Institute of Technology, 3.

USCHO.com Div. I Men’s Poll (Feb. 15)
Rk.  Team           (First Place)    Record    Pts    LW

1     Miami                   (45)          22-4-6       995         1
2     Denver                  (5)          20-6-4      954        2
3     Wisconsin                    18- 7-4       899        3
4     St. Cloud State                       19- 9-4       797        4
5     Yale                                  16- 6-3       778        6
6     Minnesota-Duluth                  18-11-1  674        7
7     Colorado College                  17-10-3  648        9
8     Boston College                        17-9-2       644        10
9     Bemidji State                         19-7-2       643        5
10     Cornell                               14-7-3       577        8
11     North Dakota                          14-11-5  496        11
12     Michigan State                        17-10-5  475        13
13     New Hampshire                     14-10-4  429        15
14     Ferris State                          18-10-4  347        14
15     Maine                                 14-11-3  265        12
16     Union                                 16-8-6       230        16
17     Vermont                               13-10-5  156        17
18     Massachusetts                         16-13-0  105        18
19     Boston University                 13-12-3  98        NR
20     Alaska                                12-9-9        68        NR
Others Receiving Votes: Mass.-Lowell 57, Nebraska-Omaha 46, Northern Michigan 36, Northeastern 28, Michigan 22, RIT 21, Rensselaer 7, Sacred Heart 4, St. Lawrence 1

HERE IS UNH RANKED?:
Here is a week-by-week look at the ‘Cats in the national polls and the HE standings:
Date     USA TODAY    USCHO     HE
9/28            RV    N/A    t-4th (pre)
10/5            N/A    16    t-4th (pre)
10/12        RV    RV    t-4th (pre)
10/19        RV    RV    N/A
10/26        RV    RV    t-1st
11/2            NR    RV    t-2nd
11/9            NR    RV    t-3rd
11/16        NR    RV    t-2nd
11/23        NR    RV    t-1st
11/30        NR    RV    1st
12/7            RV    19    1st
12/14        RV    16    1st
12/21        RV    NP    1st
12/28        NP    NP    1st
1/4            RV    RV    1st
1/11            RV    20    1st
1/18            RV    16    1st
1/25            12    13    1st
2/1            13    13    1st
2/8            15    15    1st
2/15            15    15    1st

WILDCAT AWARDS: Here is a list of awards that Wildcat players have won to date this season:
Player    Award                    Date
Dalton Speelman    HE Rookie of the Week                10/26
Bobby Butler    HE Co-Player of the Week        11/16
Brian Foster    HE Defensive Player of Week        11/23
Bobby Butler    HE Player of the Month                Nov.
Brian Foster    HE Defensive Player of Week        12/7
Brian Foster    HE Goalie of the Month            Dec.
Bobby Butler    HE Co-Player of the Week        1/11
Brian Foster    HE Defensive Player of Week        1/11
Paul Thompson    Co-MVP Battle for the RiverStone IX    1/16
Blake Kessel    Co-MVP Battle for the RiverStone IX    1/16
Brian Foster    HE Defensive Player of Week        1/25
Brian Foster    HE Goalie of the Month            Jan.
Bobby Butler    Walter Brown Semifinalists        2/1
Blake Kessel    Walter Brown Semifinalists        2/1
Bobby Butler    Frozen Four Skills Challenge Nom.    2/1
Bobby Butler    HE Player of the Week                2/15

HOME-SWEET-HOMESTAND:
After dropping three-straight road games, the Wildcats continue its current three-game homestand with a pair of games against Vermont at Whittemore Center where they are 7-0-2 against Hockey East opponents. UNH will play four of the final six at home.

2,000 SAVES FOR FOSTER:
Senior netminder Brian Foster is just the eighth player in UNH history to register 2,000 career saves.
RNK    PLAYER        GAMES        SAVES
1.        Kevin Regan    112        3,235
2.        Greg Moffett    101        2,602
3.        Mike Ayers    101        2,532
4.        Greg Rota    78        2,282
5.        Ty Conklin    93        2,188
6.        Todd Pearson    81        2,178
7.        Bruce Gillies    71        2,140
8.        Brian Foster    75        2,045

KESSEL MOVES UP TO SECOND NATIONALLY IN DEFENSIVE SCORING:
Blake Kessel ranks second nationally in defensive scoring behind Wisconsin’s Brendan Smith and his 24 assists matches the best total by a UNH defenseman (Yandle 24 – 2005-06) in the last decade.
20-plus assists for defenseman in single season since 1997-98
Year            Player            Assists
1998-99        Jayme Filipowicz            30
1997-98        Jayme Filipowicz            28
1998-99        Steve O’Brien            27
2009-10        Blake Kessel            24
2005-06        Brian Yandle            24
2008-09        Kevin Kapstad            23
2004-05        Brian Yandle            22
2001-02        Garrett Stafford            22
2000-01        Garrett Stafford            21


T-B-D LINE EXTENDS GOAL SCORING STREAK TO 10 GAMES:
UNH’s top line of Bobby Butler, Paul Thompson and Phil DeSimone have combined to score at least one goal in each of the past 10 games for UNH. Overall,  the line has 21 goals (2.10 gpg) during this 10-game span and 36 since its formation 18 games ago (2.0 gpg).

FOSTER CLIMBING UNH RECORD BOOKS:
After sitting the wings behind Wildcat legendary netminder Kevin Regan, Brian Foster is writing his name in the Wildcat goaltending record book.
Career GAA:    2.84 (5th)    Career Save %: .908 (5th)
Career Games:    75 (8th)        Career Saves: 2,045 (8th)
Career Wins:    36 (9th)

Wildcats Among National leaders:
Below is a list of where UNH players and team rank nationally.
Individual    Rank    Stats
Points Per Game:   
Bobby Butler    4th    1.46 ppg
Blake Kessel    40th    1.11 ppg
Paul Thompson     54th    1.04 ppg
Goals Per Game:
Bobby Butler      2nd    0.79 gpg
Paul Thompson    26th    0.54 gpg
Assists Per Game:
Blake Kessel       9th    0.89 apg
Bobby Butler       39th    0.68 apg
Power Play Goals:
Bobby Butler    31st     6 ppg
Short-Handed Goals:
Bobby Butler    6th    2 shg
Peter LeBlanc    20th    1 shg
Phil DeSimone    20th    1 shg
Paul Thompson    20th    1 shg
Game-Winning Goal:
Bobby Butler    13th    4 gwg
Defensemen Scoring:
Blake Kessel       2nd/2nd    30pts. /1.11 ppg
Freshmen Scoring:
n/a
Goals Against Average:
Brian Foster    51st    3.09 gaa
Save Percentage:
Brian Foster       50th    .904
Winning Percentage:
Brian Foster    30th    .556
Team
Scoring Offense      11th    3.43
Scoring Defense    40th    3.21
Scoring Margin    26th    0.11
Penalty Minutes    57th    10.5
Power Play    40th    17.2
Penalty Kill       47th       78.3
Combined Special Teams    46th    47.6
Winnning Percentage    20th    .556


***HOBEY BAKER CANDIDATE BOBBY BUTLER***
UNH ATHLETICS UNVEILS BUTLERFORHOBEY.COM:
UNH athletic department unveils the all-new ButlerforHobey.com. The sleek interactive site, designed by Pack Network, is geared to raise awareness and support for men’s hockey senior forward Bobby Butler in his candidacy for college hockey’s greatest individual honor, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given each year to college hockey’s top player. Click here to visit ButlerforHobey.com.

BUTLER SECOND NATIONALLY IN GOALS, THIRD IN SCORING:
Bobby Butler ranks second in the nation in goals with 0.79 goals per game. In addition, his 1.46 ppg is good for third nationally.

BUTLER’S GOT SKILLS:
Bobby Butler is a nominee for the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge team. Fans can log onto http://www.ncaa.com/frozenfourskillschallenge/index.html.

BUTLER ONE OF 16 NOMINEES FOR 2010 HOCKEY HUMANITARIAN:
Bobby Butler was among a group of 18 college hockey players nominated for the 2010 BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award. The award honors college hockey’s finest citizen, someone who gives back to his or her community. The finalists will be announced later this month, and the recipient will be announced at the Frozen Four in Detroit on April 9. For more on the award, visit hockeyhumanitarian.org.

BUTLER, KESSEL NAMED SEMIFINALISTS FOR WALTER BROWN AWARD:
Bobby Butler and Blake Kessel were named semifinalists for the 58th annual Walter Brown Award, presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England. Butler and Kessel were among a group of 16 semifinalists selected by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston, as announced by president Steve Grogan on Feb. 1. In total 11 players from Hockey East were selected. The Wildcats have a storied tradition in the Walter Brown Award history that includes seven former Wildcats that have earn the Walter Brown Award including Bob Miller (1977), Ralph Cox (1979), Ty Conklin (2001), Mike Ayers (2003) Steve Saviano (2004) and most recently Kevin Regan (2008).

UNH’S OFFENSE 11TH NATIONALLY:
New Hampshire’s offense ranks 11th in the country at 3.43 gpg including 14 games (50%) with four or more goals.

Among the League Leaders:
Where some of the Wildcats rank in Hockey East.
            Player        All Games    HE Games
Points        Bobby Butler      3rd (41pts.)    1st(35 pts)
            Blake Kessel     9th (30 pts.)        11th(21 pts.)
            Paul Thompson      10th (29 pts.)    8th(24 pts.)
            Phil DeSimone    12th (27 pts.)      7th(25 pts.)
Goals        Bobby Butler    1st (22 g)    1st (18 g)
            Paul Thompson    5th (15 g)      3rd (12 g)
Assists       Blake Kessel      4th (24 a)            6th (17 a)
            Bobby Butler    6th (19 a)         6th (17 a)
            Phil DeSimone    6th (19 a)      5th (18 a)
PP Goals    Bobby Butler    9th (6 ppg)     11th  (4 ppg)
            Mike Sislo                  11th  (4ppg)    SH Points    Bobby Butler    2nd (3 shp)    1st (3 shp)
            Paul Thompson    5th (2 shp)    3rd (2 shp)
GW Goals    Bobby Butler     3th (4 gwg)   2nd (3 gwg)
Def. Scoring    Blake Kessel    1st (30 pts)    1st(21 pts)
GAA        Brian Foster       9th (3.09)              5th (2.70)
Save %        Brian Foster      8th (.904)    4th (.913)
Win %        Brian Foster       5th(.556)                2nd (.675)

WHERE UNH IS RANKED IN HOCKEY EAST:
    Overall    HE games
Goals/per game     3.43/3rd     3.71/1st
GAA     3.21/7th    2.81/3rd
Power Play     16.5/9th     16.5/9th
Penalty Kill       79.0/8th     75.3/10th
Special Teams Net     +1/7th      -3/6th
1st Period Scoring          24/5th     20/3rd
2nd Period Scoring        45/1st       33/1st
3rd Period Scoring     25/8th     23/6th
Overtime Scoring             2/2nd        2/1st

UNH HOCKEY ON TELEVISION:
UNH will have 13 games broadcast live on TV in 2009-10. NESN will air four games, while three will air on ESPNU, while COX-TV and WABI will each broadcast one.
DATE    GAME    Channel    RES.
Oct. 23     Northeastern    NESN    W, 4-2
oct. 30    at wisconsin    tvw madison/wc    L, 1-4
Oct. 31    at wisconsin    wisc-tv3/wc    L, 1-6
Nov. 6     Boston College    NESN    T, 4-4 (OT)
Nov. 8     AT Mass-Lowell     ESPNU    L, 3-6
nov. 21    at boston univ.    nesn    T, 3-3 (OT)
Dec. 6     at Vermont     ESPNU    W, 5-2
Dec. 11     at Providence     Cox-TV    W, 4-3
Jan. 3     Cornell    ESPNU    L, 2-5
jan. 23    at boston univ.    nesn    W, 4-1
Feb. 6     at Maine     WABI-TV    L, 3-6
Feb. 19     Vermont     NESN
March 5     Boston College    NESN

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