This week’s NCAA women’s hockey by the numbers roundup includes highlights from all four conferences and focuses on scoring streaks, unbeaten streaks and national awards.
1: Wins Wisconsin needs to reach the 20-win plateau for the eighth consecutive season and 17th time in the program's illustrious 19-year history.
2: Points needed for 100 in the career of Clarkson senior captain Savannah Harmon. She has 25 goals and 73 assists through 138 career games and is looking to become only the second Clarkson defenseman to reach the century mark, joining Erin Ambrose ’14.
3: Amount of national awards, given by the Women’s Hockey Commissioners Association, won by Daryl Watts of Boston College. Watts has twice been named National Rookie of the Month and was also named National Player of the Month for September/October. Watts currently leads the nation in nearly every offensive category with 20 goals, 24 assists, 44 points, 1.18 goals per game, 1.41 assists per game, 2.59 points per game, seven power-play goals, 14 power-play points and a plus-25 rating.
6: Current unbeaten streak for Penn State, who is rebounding nicely after starting the season at 2-7-4.
Cap off your weekend with highlights from yesterday's 2-0 win at RIT! pic.twitter.com/PgrBzAWcbM— Penn State Women’s Hockey (@PennStateWHKY) December 4, 2017
7: Games in a row in which Boston University captain Rebecca Leslie has recorded multiple points. The senior Terrier has scored eight goals and chipped in 10 assists over that span, including two four-point outings and one-three point showing.
13: Road games, out of 21 first-half contests, for Minnesota Duluth after this weekend's series at No. 6 Minnesota. The Bulldogs wrap up their 2017 calendar year schedule with the last leg of a three-week road swing.
100: Career points for Clarkson junior left wing Loren Gabel in 100 games, becoming the 13th Golden Knight all-time to reach the century club. Gabel has 53 goals and 47 assists, including 31 points (13 goals, 18 assists) this year.
145: Number of minutes St. Cloud State freshman goaltender Emma Polusny has gone without allowing a goal heading into this weekend against Wisconsin. Polusny is now the first Huskies netminder with back-to-back shutouts since Lauri St. Jacques on Feb. 4 and 10, 2006.