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No. 18 QU Travels To No. 16 Northeastern For Two-Game Series

No. 18 QU Travels To No. 16 Northeastern For Two-Game Series

No. 18 QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY BOBCATS
Record: 1-1-1 ECAC HOCKEY: 0-0-0
Head Coach: Rand Pecknold
Career Record: 470-280-87 (.615), 24th Season
All-Time vs. Northeastern: 3-1-2
 
No. 16 NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY HUSKIES
Overall Record: 2-0-1 Hockey East Record: 0-0-0
Head Coach: Jim Madigan
Career Record: 97-96-27 (.506), 7th Season
 
Dates: Friday, Oct. 20 & Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Rink: Matthews Arena
Watch It Live: GoNu.com
Listen Live: AM 1220 WQUN (Paul Pacelli, Rich Coppola)
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Stats & Trends: @QU_MIH on Twitter
Game Notes: Quinnipiac | Northeastern
 
Nationally-ranked No. 18 Quinnipiac men's ice hockey will travel to Boston, Massachusetts to face No. 16 Northeastern in a two-game series at Matthews Arena on Oct. 20-21, 2017.
 
#BOBCATNATION
Quinnipiac fans can follow the Bobcats on Twitter and Instagram @QU_MIH, or tap into live coverage, as announced on Twitter, on Facebook @QUMENSHOCKEY. In addition, all of Quinnipiac's home games will be available on ESPN3 or the WatchESPN app, with play-by-play provided by Bill Schwiezer and color commentary from Rich Coppola. All road games will be featured on AM 1220 WQUN featuring Paul Pacelli and Coppola.
 
ALL-TIME VS. NORTHEASTERN
Quinnipiac and Northeastern have met six times with the Bobcats owning a 3-1-2 record all-time. Northeastern took the first game of the series, 2-1, in 2002 before a 12-year gap between their next meeting.
• Since 2014, Quinnipiac has posted a 3-0-2 record in the five games over the last three seasons.
• Last season, Quinnipiac and Northeastern skated to a 2-2 draw in the first game of their series at TD Bank Sports Center before Quinnipiac responded with a 5-2 win the second game.
• In their last trip to Matthews Arena, Quinnipiac trailed early before their come-back bid ended in a 3-3 tie.
 
OFF TO A HOT START
Freshman Odeen Tufto currently leads Quinnipiac in goals (2), assists (2) and points (4) through his first three career games.
• Tufto has now registered a point in each of his first three career games. The last player to do so was current junior captain Chase Priskie, who tallied a point in six-straight to start his tenure at Quinnipiac.
• This past weekend against Vermont, Tufto scored the game-tying goal early in the second period and then pushed in the game-winner two-minutes-and-twenty-seven-seconds into overtime for Quinnipiac's first multiple-goal game of the season.
• The last Quinnipiac freshman to score an overtime game-winning goal was Ben Nelson against Army on Jan. 28, 2005.
 
(Mac)MASTER SYSTEM
• Senior Tanner MacMaster broke into the scoring column for the first time this season against Vermont, and did so with a point on all three of Quinnipiac's goals in a 3-2 win.
• MacMaster had the secondary assist on both of Tufto's goals and also scored with a minute left in the second period to give Quinnipiac a 2-1 lead heading into the break.
• MacMaster is coming off a junior season in which he scored a career-high eight goals, while also picking up 11 assists for 19 points in 32 games.
• For his career, MacMaster has accumulated 18 goals and 36 assists for 54 points.
 
POINT ROUND-UP
• Alex Whelan scored in back-to-back games to open the year, against Boston College and Boston University, and is tied with Tufto with a team-high two goals to date.
• Senior co-captain Kevin McKernan and Brogan Rafferty both picked up primary assists on Tufto's goals against Vermont.
• McKernan now has nine goals and 19 assists for his career.
• Rafferty distributed a team-leading 22 assists as a freshman in 2016-17.
 
LANDON TIME
• Senior Landon Smith (Greenwood Village, Colorado) picked his first point of the season on Bo Pieper's goal against Boston University for his 60th career assist and his 98th career point.
• Smith entered the season ranked second in active career points among all NCAA Division I men's ice hockey players.
His 60th career assist puts him 18th in Quinnipiac's Division I history and 37th all-time.
• Smith also leads all NCAA Division I men's ice hockey players in career games played and consecutive games played (125).
 
THROWIN' BO'S
• Senior Bo Pieper (Roseville, Minnesota) found the back of the net against BU to give the Bobcats a 2-1 lead.
Pieper's goal was his first of the season, and 22nd of his career.
• Pieper has also logged a lot of game-time, as he played in his 123rd career game on Saturday, Oct. 14, which ranks second to Landon Smith among active NCAA Division I men's ice hockey student-athletes. It is also the second-longest active career games-played streak.
• Sunday's loss to Boston University was the first game in which Pieper had scored a goal in that Quinnipiac had lost. Prior to the game against the No. 2 Terriers, Quinnipiac was 19-0-1 in games in which he scored.
 
MY FAVORITE MARTIN
• Coming off a career season in 2016-17 in which he ranked second in goals (11) and points (27) among all Bobcats, junior Craig Martin (Trail, British Columbia) picked up his first point of the year on Whelan's goal against BU to give the Bobcats a 1-0 lead.
• Last season, Quinnipiac was 14-3-0 when Martin registered a point, and 9-1-0 when he had an assist.
 
NOT SHORT(RIDGE) ON TALENT
• Sophomore netminder Andrew Shortridge picked up his first win of the season against Vermont, turning back 22 of UVM's 24 shots-on-goal for the victory.
• For the year, Shortridge is 1-0-1 with a .940 save percentage and a 1.41 goals-against average.
 
#2 KARLIS CUKSTE (SO., 6-4, 220, DEFENSEMAN, RIGA LATIVA/CHICAGO STEEL (USHL)
Career Highlights
Named to the 2016-17 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Scored five goals and assisted on 10 more for 15 points ... Posted a team-leading +11 ... Suited up for Latvian National Team at the 2017 IIHF World Championships ... Served as Latvia's assistant captain, totaling a goal and two assists in six games ... Ranked second in the Bobcats' line-up, and tied for seventh in ECAC Hockey with 67 blocked shots for a 1.76 per game average
 
#4 T.J. Brown (FR., 5-11, 195, DEFENSEMAN, LACOMBE, ALBERTA/ CAMROSE KODIAKS (AJHL)
Prior to Quinnipiac
Played three seasons with the Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) ... Totaled 20 goals and 62 assists for 82 points in 171 career games ... In 2016-17, she scored five goals and assisted on 26 more for 31 points in 58 games ... In 2015-16, he scored a career-best nine goals to go with 21 assists for 30 points ... In 2014-15 in his first season, he totaled six goals and 15 assists ... Named to the 2014-15 AJHL (South) All-Rookie Team.
 
#5 Brandon Fortunato (JR., 5-11, 170, DEFENSEMAN, NORTH HILLS, N.Y./US-U20/BOSTON UNIVERSITY (HOCKEY EAST)
Career Highlights
Transfer from Boston University...Sat-out the 2016-17 season ... Before playing two seasons at Boston University, he played for the U.S. National U18 Team ... At Boston University, he scored six goals and dished out 34 assists for 40 points in 79 career games ... Posted a +17 as a freshman in 2014-15 ... Scored three goals and tallied 34 assists for 37 points in 61 games with the U.S. National U18 Team ... Had four assists in seven games at the World Junior Classic in 2014 ... Led defensemen in scoring for both U.S. National U18 Team (2013-14) and U17 Team (2012-13) ... Earned gold medal at IIHF U18 World Championships.
 
#6 Dan Nybondas (FR., 6-6, 208, FORWARD, ESPOO, FINLAND/HIFK HELENSKI U-20 (JR. A SM-LIIGA)
Prior to Quinnipiac
Played for HIFK Helenski U20 in the Jr. A SM-liiga in Finland ... Had 14 goals and 18 assists for 32 points in 48 games in 2016-17 ... His 14 goals ranked second in HIFK's line-up, while his 32 points ranked third.
 
#7 Logan Mick (SO., 5-11, 175, FORWARD, VERNON, BRITISH COLUMBIA/BROOKS BANDITS (AJHL)
Career Highlights
Finished the 2016-17 season with two assists in six games played.
 
#8 Alex Whelan (SO., 6-1, 212, FORWARD, RAMSEY, NJ/JERSEY HITMEN (USPHL)
As A Sophomore In 2017-18: Scored his first goal of the season in a 1-1 tie against No. 13 Boston College on Friday, Oct. 6 ... Scored for the second-straight game in a 3-2 loss to No. 2 Boston University on Sunday, Oct. 8.


Career Highlights
Named to the 2016-17 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Led all Quinnipiac freshman with six goals while also adding four assists for 10 points ... Posted four goals and two assists for six points in six ECAC Hockey Tournamet games ... Led Quinnipiac in goals (2) and points (3) in the Bobcats' series victory in the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals against St. Lawrence ... Had a goal and an assist (on the game-winning goal) in Game 2 in a 3-2 win ... Followed with the game-winning goal in Game 3.
 
#10 Kevin Duane (SR., 6-5, 215, FORWARD, NEW CANAAN, CT/BOSTON UNIVERSITY (HOCKEY EAST)
Career Highlights
Named to the 2016-17 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Totaled four goals and nine assists for 13 points ... Picked up his first point as a Bobcat with an assist on Bo Pieper's goal against RPI on Dec. 2 ... Played two seasons at Boston University before transferring to Quinnipiac in 2015 ...  In 36 games at Boston University, Duane totaled six goals and four assists for 10 points.
 
#11 MATT CREAMER (FR., 6-1, 201, FORWARD, WARWICK, R.I./NANAIMO CLIPPERS (BCHL)
Prior to Quinnipiac
Played two seasons for the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) ... Scored 19 goals and assisted on 17 more for 36 points  in 2016-17 ... Had six goals and two assists for eight points in 47 games in 2015-16.
 
#12 Thomas Aldworth (JR., 6-1, 195, FORWARD,KELLER, TX/VERNON VIPERS (BCHL)
Career Highlights
Finished his second season with 10 goals and six assists for 16 points ... Second on the team with six power-play goals ... Had two assists in a 5-1 win against Brown in Game 2 of the ECAC Hockey Championship First Round series on Mar. 4 ... Had a goal in a 3-2 win against SLU in Game 3 of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals on Mar. 12.
 
#13 Chase Priskie (JR., 6-0, 192, DEFENSEMAN,PEMBROKE PINES, FL/SALMON ARM SILVERBACKS (BCHL)
Career Highlights
The first junior selected as Quinnipiac's captain since Scott Zurevinski in 2010-11 and the eighth junior all-time, joining Mike McKeon (1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79), Michael Barrett (1983-84, 1984-85), Shawn Norton (1992-93, 1993-94), Justin Nolan (1996-97, 1997-98), Shawn Mansoff (1999-2000, 2000-01) and Ty Deinema (2004-05, 2005-06) and Zurevinski (2010-11, 2011-12) ... amed to the 2016-17 ECAC Hockey Third Team ... Named to the 2016-17 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Scored seven goals and assisted on 19 more for 26 points ... His 19 assists were the second-most in the Bobcats' line-up ... Led the team with 15 power-play assists and 20 power-play points ... Drafted by the Washington Capitals with the 177th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2016 NHL Draft, becoming the seventh player in the last four years to be drafted ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team ... Named to 2015-16 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Led all ECAC Hockey freshman with 22 assists and was third in the conference with 26 points.
 
#14 D.J. Petruzzelli (FR., 5-11, 180, FORWARD,WILBRAHAM, MASS./SPRINGFIELD JR. BLUES (NAHL)
Career Highlights
Played for the Springfield Jr. Blues of the North American Hockey League in 2016-17 ... Played for the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League in 2015-16.
 
#15 Luke Shiplo (JR., 5-11, 174, DEFENSEMAN, OAKVILLE, ONTARIO/VERNON VIPERS (BCHL)
Career Highlights
Named to the 2016-17 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team...Scored four goals and assisted on eight more for 12 points ... Had five assists in seven ECAC Hockey Tournament games.
 
#16 Landon Smith (SR., 6-0, 182, FORWARD, GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO/ SALMON ARM SILVERBACKS (BCHL)
As a Senior in 2017-18:
Picked up his first point of the season, and 60th career assist as well as his 98th career point, on an assist in a 3-2 loss to No. 2 Boston University on Sunday, Oct. 8.
 
Career Highlights
Enters his senior year ranked second among all NCAA Division I men's ice hockey student-athletes with 97 points for his career. He's also tied for fifth with 38 career goals and tied for fouth with 59 career assists. He also leads the country with 11 game-winning goals for his career, while his 122 career games played are also the most among all NCAA Division I men's ice hockey skaters, which is also the longest active streak in college hockey ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team for the third-straight year ... Led Quinnipiac in points (29), points-per-game (0.72), hat tricks (1), shots-on-goal (133) and shots-on-goal-per-game (3.33) ... Scored 11 goals and dished-out 18 assists.
 
#17 Matt Forchuk (FR., 5-9, 174, FORWARD, OKOTOKS, ALBERTA/CANMORE EAGLES (AJHL)
Prior to Quinnipiac
Played three seasons with the Canmore Eagles of the Alberta Junior Hockey Leauge (AJHL) ... In 2016-17, he scored 32 goals and picked up 65 assists for 97 points in 56 games, winning the Ernie Love Trophy as the AJHL's leading scorer ... In 2015-16, he tallied 27 goals and 45 assists for 72 points ... In 2014-15, he had 13 goals and 19 assists for 32 points ... In 163 career games in the AJHL, he finished with 72 goals and 129 assists for 201 points.
 
#18 Nick Jermain (SO., 6-0, 174, FORWARD, NORWALK, CONN./MERRITT CENTENNIALS (BCHL)
Career Highlights
Tallied four goals and two assists for six points in 26 games played ... Made his first collegiate appearance in a 5-3 win at Clarkson on Nov. 4 ... Scored in a shoot-out in a 0-0 tie against St. Lawrence to send Quinnipiac to the 2016 Friendship Four Championship Game ... Scored his first two career goals in a 5-2 win at Yale on Feb. 4, including the game-winner.
 
#19 Tanner MacMaster (JR., 5-10, 171, FORWARD, CALGARY, ALBERT/CAMROSE KODIAKS (AJHL)
As a Senior in 2017-18: Had a three-point night with a goal and two assists in a 3-2 win against Vermont on Oct. 14.
 
Career Highlights
Scored eight goals while also picking up 11 assists for 19 points ... Led the Bobcats in goals-per-shots-on-goal percentage (.148)
 
#20 Craig Martin (JR., 6-0, 182, JUNIOR, TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA/TRAIL SMOKE EATERS (BCHL)
As a Junior in 2017-18:
Picked up his first point with an assist in a 3-2 loss to No. 2 Boston University on Oct. 8, 2017.
 
Career Highlights
Second in the Bobcats' line-up with 27 points ... Tied for second on the team with 11 goals while also picking up 16 assists ... Led the team with seven power-play goals ... Scored a team-best five game-winning goals ... His 41 blocked shots were the most of any Quinnipiac forward.
 
#22 Scott Davidson (JR.,  6-0, 210, FORWARD, TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA/CHILLIWACK CHIEFS (BCHL)
Career Highlights
Totaled eight assists for the year ... Had one assist in Game 1 of the Bobcats' series sweep against Brown in the First Round of the ECAC Hockey Championship ... In 2016, Started a three-game goal-scoring streak on March 19 in a 4-1 win over Harvard to clinch the first Whitelaw Cup in program history on 1980 Rink at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid, New York ... Scored a goal in the first game of the NCAA Tournament, a 4-0 win over RIT ... Scored his final goal of the season in a 4-1 win over UMass Lowell to advance to the second Frozen Four appearance in program history.
 
#23 Devin Moore (FR., 5-7, 145, FORWARD, HAMPSTEAD, N.H./BROCKVILLE BRAVES (CCHL)
Played for the Brockville Braves of the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) ... In 59 games in 2016-17, he scored 23 goals and assisted on 29 more for 52 points.
 
#24 BO PIEPER (SR., 5-11, 183, FORWARD,ROSEVILLE, MN/COQUITLAM EXPRESS (BCHL)
As a Senior in 2017-18:
Scored his first goal of the season in a 3-2 loss to Boston University on Oct, 8, 2017.
 
Career Highlights
Scored a team-high 13 goals, while also assisting on 12 more for 25 points, good for fifth in the Bobcats' line-up ... Had five goals and three assists on the power play ... Had a goal and an assist in a 5-1 win in Game 2 of the ECAC Hockey Championship First Round on Mar. 4 ... Had two assists in a 3-2 win against St. Lawrence in Game 3 of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals on Mar. 12.
 
#25 Brogan Rafferty (SR., 6-2, 191, DEFENSEMAN,DUNDEE, ILL./BLOOMINGTON THUNDER (USHL)
As a Sophomore in 2017-18:
Picked up his first point of the year with an assist against Vermont in a 3-2 win on Oct. 14.
 
Career Highlights
Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Led Quinnipiac with 22 assists ... Also scored two goals for 24 points, good for sixth in the Bobcats' line-up ... Had a goal and 12 assists for 13 points on the power play ... Became the first Quinnipiac freshman to lead the team in assists since Matthew Peca totaled 31 in 2011-12 ... Was the the fifth freshman in Quinnipiac's NCAA Division I history to lead the team in assists, joining Peca, Bryan Leitch (31, 2005-06), Reid Cashman (19, 2003-04) and Brian Herbert (32, 1999-00).
 
#26 John Furgele (JR., 5-10, 181, FORWARD, GLEN MILLS, PA./NEW JERSEY HITMEN (USHL)/NEW HAMPSHIRE (HOCKEY EAST)
As a Junior in 2017-18:
Picked up his first point at Quinnipiac with an assist on Alex Whelan's goal in a 1-1 tie against Boston College.
 
Career Highlights
Sat-out the season per NCAA transfer rules...Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Played two seasons at University of New Hampshire of Hockey East...As a freshman in 2014-15 he tallied two goals and eight assists for 10 points ... As a sophomore in 2015-16 he scored once and assisted on 12 more goals for 13 points ... Earned Hockey East All-Academic honors ... Prior to attending New Hampshire, he played for the New Jersey Hitmen of the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) in 2012-13 and 2013-14 ... In 2012-13, he scored 14 goals and assisted on 38 more for 52 points in 44 games played, leading the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) in defenseman scoring and helping the team to the Dineen Cup ... In 2013-14, he scored eight goals and picked up 29 assists for 37 points in 44 games played.
 
#27 Kevin McKernan (SR., 5-11, 192, DEFENSEMAN, MILLBURY, MA/BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL)
As a Senior in 2017-18:
Picked up his first point of the year with an assist against Vermont in a 3-2 win on Oct. 14.
 
Career Highlights
Will serve as an assistant captain for the 2017-18 season ... Totaled four goals and 10 assists for 14 points ... Scored the team's only shorthanded goal of the season ... Picked up his first point of the year with an assist on Tim Clifton's empty-netter in a 5-2 win against No. 15 Northeastern on Oct. 8.
 
#28 Joe O'Connor (FR., 6-4, 215, DEFENSEMAN, HAMDEN, CONN./BROOKS BANDITS (AJHL)
Prior to Quinnipiac
Won back-to-back (2015-16, 2016-17) Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) Championships with the Brooks Bandits ... Bandits also won the Western Canada Cup Championship in 2017 ...  In 2016-17, he scored six goals and assisted on 16 more for 22 points in 19 games played ... In 2015-16, he scored 14 goals and converted on 38 assists for 52 points in 55 games ... In all, he scored 20 goals and tallied 54 assists for 74 points in 74 career games in the AJHL ... Born in Hamden, Connecticut ... Son of Brian and Theresa O'Connor '82 ... Has two brothers, John and Pat '15 ... Attended Hamden High School and Westminster Prep ... His grandfather, Ralph O'Connor, was the Quinnipiac College men's ice hockey head coach for the 1978-79 and 1979-80 seasons ... His father, Brian, was selected with the 209th overall pick of the 1978 NHL Draft by the St. Louis Blues after winning a NCAA National Championship with Boston University in 1978.
 
#29 Odeen Tufto (FR., 5-8, 175, FORWARD, CHASKA, MINN./SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS (USHL)
As a Freshman in 2017-18:
Picked up his first point at Quinnipiac with an assist on Alex Whelan's goal in a 1-1 tie against Boston College ... His second career point also came on an assist in a 3-2 loss to Boston University on Oct. 8 ... Had a two-goal outing against Vermont in a 3-2 win on Oct. 14 ... Became the first freshman since Ben Nelson against Army on Jan. 28,  2005 to score an overtime game-winner, which he did against Vermont on Oct. 14.
 
Prior to Quinnipiac
Played one season in the United States Hockey League (USHL), beginning the season with the Fargo Force, before being traded to the Tri-City Storm and then completed the 2016-17 season with the Sioux City Musketeers ... For the year, he scored 16 goals and assisted on 32 goals for 48 points in 59 games ... In 2015-16, he played for the Vernon Vipers of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) where he totaled 25 goals and 40 assists for 65 points in 57 games ... With the Vipers, he was named to the BCHL All-Rookie Team.
 
#31 Keith Petruzzelli (FR., 6-5, 185, GOALIE, WILBRAHAM, MASS./MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS (USHL)
As a Freshman in 2017-18:
His first career start came against No. 2 Boston University on Oct. 8, 2017. He took a 3-2 overtime loss while stopping 31 of 34 shots on goal for the game.
 
Prior to Quinnipiac
Became the second-highest player drafted in Quinnipiac history when the Detroit Red Wings selected him with the 88th overall pick, in the third round, of the 2017 NHL Draft ... Suited up for the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the United States Hockey League (USHL) for the 2016-17 season ... Posted a 22-10-1 record with a .918 save percentage and a 2.40 goals-against average ... Named to the 2016-17 USHL All-Rookie team ... In 2015-16, as a member of the Selects Hockey Academy 18U team, he was named the USPHL Most Valuable Player and Goaltender of the Year while leading the Selects to the 18U championship.
 
#33 Josh Mayanja (FR., 6-1, 165, GOALIE, FRAMINGHAM, MASS./SOUTH SHORE KINGS (USPHL) 
Prior to Quinnipiac
Suited up for the South Shore Kings of the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) ... Was 4-3-0 with a .906 save percentage and a 3.52 GAA.
 
#35 ANDREW SHORTRIDGE (SO., 6-4, 186, GOALIE, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA /VERNON VIPERS (BCHL)
As a Sophomore in 2017-18:
Stopped 25 of 26 shots on goal in a 1-1 tie at No. 13 Boston College on Friday, Oct. 6 ... Turned back 22 of Vermonts 24 shots on goal in a 3-2 overtime win on Oct. 14.
 
Career Highlights:
Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017 and against on Mar. 10 ... Posted a 13-7-0 record with a 2.08 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage ... Was 6-3-0 with a .924 save percentage and a 1.88 GAA at home ...     Was 7-2-0 with a .934 save percentage and a 1.74 GAA with a shutout in 14 ECAC Hockey games, including nine starts ... Was 4-2 with a .933 save percentage and a 1.88 GAA in six ECAC Hockey Tournament games ... For the month of February, Andrew Shortridge led all ECAC Hockey goalies with a 1.78 GAA while going 4-1-0 with a .924 save percentage ... Stopped 20 of Boston University's 22 shots-on-goal in a 3-0 loss on Oct. 22.