Regular season conference champions, 2018 Olympians and school records highlight this week’s by the numbers:

RANKINGS: USCHO.com | USA Today/ USA Hockey Magazine 

0: Number of losses for Cornell in Ivy League play this year; Cornell is the first team to finish the Ivy League slate without a loss since 2009-10, when that year's Cornell squad went 8-0-2 for the title.

1: League points needed by Clarkson to clinch the ECAC Hockey regular-season championship outright.

2: Wins that separate Providence’s Bob Deraney (154) and Boston College’s Katie Crowley (152) in Women’s Hockey East play. Deraney is the all-time wins leader, while Crowley sits third. The two teams play each other in a home-and-home series this weekend.

3: The Clarkson Golden Knights have won at least a share of the ECAC Hockey regular-season title in three of the past four years.

4: Points that separate Boston University, currently third in Women’s Hockey East, and New Hampshire, currently seventh in the league standings, with two games remaining for each of the teams in the league.

4: The number of shorthanded goals that Colgate’s Jessie Eldridge has scored so far this season. She now holds the program record for most shorthanded goals in a season. 

6: Points needed from Robert Morris freshman Jaycee Gebhard to break the Colonials' single-season rookie scoring record of 44 held by Thea Imbrogno. 

6: Number of shutouts Syracuse's Abbey Miller has recorded this year, tying a Syracuse record. 

6: Points Princeton senior defender Kelsey Koelzer needs to record her 100th career point – a plateau only two other Tigers in history have accomplished.

7: Saves needed for Brown senior Monica Elvin to reach 2,000 for her career.

22: Number of NCAA programs that have players who have scored at least 10 goals and 10 assists this season. Hockey East leads the way with all nine league programs boasting at least one 10-10 scorer this season, with Boston University pacing the nation with six players in that category

70: Career wins in goal for Clarkson junior Shea Tiley, the second-most victories all-time for the Knights.

119: Consecutive games played for defenseman Taylor Marchin, Yale’s only senior who has not missed a game for her career.

140: Combined point total for the St. Lawrence Saints' "Gold Line" of Kennedy Marchment, Brooke Webster and Hannah Miller. All three are ranked in the top-10 nationally in scoring.

2018: Yale senior forward Phoebe Staenz helped her native Switzerland clinch a spot in the 2018 Olympics with a 3-0 performance at the Final Olympic Qualification tournament this past week. Joining her was Northeastern goaltender Florence Schelling.