No. 1 Star
Boston College, Jr., Forward, Carneys Point, NJ
The prohibitive favorite to win the Hobey Baker Award had two goals in his team's 6-4 victory over archrival Boston University on Friday night. He followed that up with five assists as his team throttled Maine, 7-2. The Calgary Flames prospect has 21 goals and 16 assists in 23 games played this season, but more impressively, he is in the midst of an 18-game point streak in which he has 18 goals and 21 assists for 39 points.
No. 2 Star
Boston College, Sr., Forward, Dorchester, Mass.
The Eagles have been that dominant lately that there is no shame in plugging two of their star players into the top two spots in this week's 3 stars. Hayes had a hat trick and added two helpers against Maine a night after setting up two goals in what will be the senior's final conference game against BU.
No. 3 Star
Merrimack, Soph., Forward, West Chester, Pa.
The former top selection in the 2011 USHL Draft had a stellar weekend for the Warriors. Christie had an assist in Friday's loss at Quinnipiac, but he had two goals, including the game-winner, in Saturday's 6-3 upset win over the Bobcats. He also added a helper in the game for his second career three-point night. He missed 10 of the team's first 11 games with an injury, but has four goals and six assists in the 10 games he has played.
- In familiar fashion, BC's top line leads Eagles to another Hockey East win
- Quinnipiac freshman Sam Anas scores terrific mid-air goal against Merrimack
- Video: Fight Night in Mankato
- UNH's Trevor van Riemsdyk suffers gruesome leg injury
- Hockey East Friday night analysis: Clay Witt's magic continues and key road point for Maine
- Northeastern 3, Vermont 2 - Clay Witt stymies Catamounts