icehockey-men-d1 flag

Mark Bedics | | November 1, 2016

Patrick Grasso of New Hampshire leads Three Stars

NCAA Hockey: Top Five Plays

1 | Patrick Grasso, New Hampshire

  Freshman forward Patrick Grasso leads his team in scoring.
The freshman forward from Ankeny, Iowa led the Wildcats to a sweet of Hockey East competition. Grasso had the assist on the game-winning goal in New Hampshire’s 4-1 win against UMass on Friday evening. In Saturday’s 6-2 win versus Merrimack, Grasso scored four consecutive goals to lead the offensive onslaught. On the weekend he finished with five points, four goals, one assist, seven shots on goal and a +2 rating. Grasso leads the Wildcats in scoring with 10 points on eight goals and two assists.

2 | Alex Iafallo, Minnesota Duluth

  Senior forward Alex Iafallo tallied five goals and four assists so far this year.
The Eden, New York native helped the Bulldogs to a sweep of No. 1 ranked North Dakota. On Friday night, he had four points, including a hat trick in a 5-2 victory. On Saturday, the senior forward added an assist in the 3-0 shutout of the Fighting Hawks, which completed the sweep. For the weekend series he finished with five points, three goals, two assists, 12 shots on goal and a +2 rating. On the season, Iafallo has nine points on five goals and four assists.

3 | Angus Redmond, Michigan Tech

  Freshman goalkeeper Angus Redmond posted a .946 save percentage so far this year.
The freshman goaltender started his collegiate career in outstanding fashion as he led the Huskies to a sweep over rival Northern Michigan. The Langley, British Columbia native posted a shutout in his first collegiate start with 19 saves in the 2-0 victory. He finished the weekend with another solid outing as he tallied 29 saves in a 5-1 win against the Wildcats. In his three career appearances he has compiled a 1.36 goals against average and a .946 save percentage.

College hockey: Princeton's Corey Andonovski tops this week's three stars

Here's a look at the three biggest stars from the past week of DI men's college ice hockey. Corey Andonovski led Princeton to a win and a tie in earning this week's top spot behind a four-goal, five-point series against St. Cloud State.

Women's college hockey: Cornell's Kristin O'Neill nets two game-winning goals for this week's top star honor

Here are the top three stars from the past week in women's college hockey.

College hockey: Quinnipiac's Odeen Tufto tallies a 6-point weekend to earn top star honors

Here's your weekly look at the top stars from the past week of men's college hockey.

Subscribe To Email Updates

Enter your information to receive emails about offers, promotions from and our partners