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Mark Bedics | | March 3, 2015

Three Stars

Colorado College 3-3
Third star -- Tyler Marble, Colorado College

Marble, a sophomore goalie from Detroit, helped Colorado College take four points from Western Michigan in National Collegiate Hockey Conference action. In a 2-2 tie Friday night, Marble made 50 saves while allowing only two goals. In Saturday night’s 5-0 victory he made 27 saves in shutting out the Broncos for the first shutout of his college career. In addition, it was only the second time since November that Western Michigan had been held scoreless. The two weekend results also stopped a 10-game losing streak for the Tigers.


Denver 3-3
Second star -- Trevor Moore, Denver

Moore scored six points on the weekend in leading the Pioneers to a split with Miami (Ohio) in Denver. In the Friday night 5-3 loss, Moore scored a goal and an assist but it was not enough. On Saturday night, Moore -- a sophomore forward -- scored four points on a goal, which was the game winner, and three assists. For the weekend, he had two goals, four assists, seven shots on goal and finished with a plus-2 rating. He has 37 points this season on 18 goals and 19 assists.



Boston University 3-3
First star -- Matt Grzelcyk, Boston University

Grzelcyk was named the Beanpot Most Valuable Player after scoring two goals, including the game winner in overtime, against Northeastern in the championship game. The Terriers also played two regular season games against the Huskies this weekend in which the two teams split. In the Friday contest at home, Grzelcyk had two assists in a 6-5 setback. In Saturday’s 6-1 victory at Northeastern, he scored two points on a goal and an assist. For the week, he finished with seven points on three goals and four assists, while registering eight shots on goal and a plus-3 rating. He has 30 points this season on eight goals and 22 assists.

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