Boston College Athletics
Third star -- Austin Cangelosi, Boston College

Cangelosi, the Estero, Florida native, finished with a plus-5 rating and had a hand in five of six goals (two goals and three assists) as the Eagles earned a tie and victory against New Hampshire on the weekend. In the Friday night game at New Hampshire, Cangelosi assisted on the Eagles’ first goal and then scored the game-tying goal (his first of the year) with less than five minutes remaining in a 2-2 tie. In the Saturday night rematch at home against the Wildcats, he scored a goal and had two assists in a 4-2 victory. On the season, Cangelosi has nine points on two goals and seven assists.

 

 

Alaska-Anchorage Athletics
Second star -- Brett Cameron, Alaska-Anchorage

Cameron registered the first four-goal game in the nation this year in a 4-4 tie against Bemidji State on Saturday night. A Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada native, Cameron scored the four goals on only five shots on goal. In addition, the goals covered the gamut with one short-handed, one power-play and two even-strength strikes (although one was 4-on-4 and one was 5-on-5). Cameron is second on the team in scoring with 11 points on five goals and six assists.

 

 

 

 

Union (N.Y.) Athletics
First star -- Daniel Ciampini, Union (N.Y.)

Ciampini scored the game-winning goal both nights as Union (N.Y.) completed a road sweep of Brown and Yale in Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Hockey action. Against the Bears on Friday night in a 7-1 win, Campiani -- the Concord, Ontario native -- scored the game-winning goal and added an assist. In a battle between the last two NCAA champions on Saturday night, Ciampini scored twice in Union's 3-1 win against Yale, helping the Dutchmen secure four league points on the weekend. He finished with four points on the road trip with three goals and an assist in addition to eight shots on goal and a plus-4 rating.