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Brian Smith | ACHA | November 30, 2017

Win streaks, milestones and top performers on display this weekend

  Friday and Saturday's games between BC and BU will feature four of the top six scorers in the WHEA.

This week’s NCAA women’s hockey by the numbers roundup features win streaks, unbeaten streaks and goal-scoring streaks.

1: Boston College is one win away from reaching 200 wins in Women’s Hockey East regular season play. The Eagles are primed to be the first program to reach the milestone in league history.

2: Three-point games this season for Laura Kluge, the first St. Cloud State freshman with multiple three-point outings since the 2006-07 season (Caitlin Hogan and Holly Roberts).

RANKINGS: Badgers unanimous No. 1 team, Boston College jumps to No. 2 

4: The top four point-getters in all of NCAA hockey will face off against each other in the Boston College vs. Boston University series this weekend, including Boston College’s Daryl Watts (17 goals, 23 assists) and Caitrin Lonergan (18 goals, 20 assists) and Boston University’s Victoria Bach (17 goals, 14 assists) and Rebecca Leslie (12 goals, 15 assists).

7: Goals in the last two games for St. Cloud State, after the Huskies were blanked in three-straight contests from Nov. 10-17.

7: Game goal-scoring streak for Clarkson sophomore center Michaela Pejzlova. She has tallied eight goals and 12 points since Oct. 28.

8: Consecutive wins for No. 6 Minnesota, the longest current unbeaten streak in Division I. After a perfect 8-0-0 November that featured six road wins, the Gophers return home this weekend to host Bemidji State.

20: Home unbeaten streak for Wisconsin (19-0-1), during which the Badgers have outscored opponents 100-12. Top-ranked UW puts that streak on the line this weekend when it hosts surging Minnesota Duluth, the team responsible for the lone tie in the Badgers’ 20-game run (a 1-1 draw last Feb. 11).

27: Current or former WCHA players that will be in uniform this Sunday (Dec. 3) at the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota, as the U.S. Women’s National Team plays Canada's National Women's Team.

95: Career points for Clarkson senior captain Savannah Harmon. She has 25 goals and 70 assists through 135 career games and is looking to become only the second Clarkson defenseman to reach the century mark, joining Erin Ambrose '14.

MORE: Pair of goaltenders, BU forward headline top performers of the week

96: Career points for Clarkson junior left wing Loren Gabel, ECAC Hockey's leading scorer, Gabel has 52 goals and 44 assists through 97 games, including 27 points (12 goals, 15 assists) this year.

98: Career games played by Yale senior Mallory Souliotis, who will likely hit the 100-game mark this weekend.



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