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Bethel University 6 MIAC Playoff Appearances • 28 MIAC All-Conference Players • 25 MIAC Academic All-Conference Players

hamline university • december 6 & 7, 2013

Bethel (4-2)

hamline (2-5-1)

BY THE NUMBERS

3.67

1.75

Goals PER GAME

169

shots

159

penalties in minutes

71 29

60 23

power plays

87.5%

72%

penalty kill %

2.00

goals allowed average

4.08

save percentage

.871

.924

POWER PLAY Percentages

Bethel is 4-0 when scoring four or more goals in a game this season. The Royals have allowed more than four goals just once, the season opening 5-3 loss to UW-River Falls.

17.2 6 4 1 5 11 +5 2

Games: GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS: SHOTS: +/- : PIM:

kathryn larson Bethel and Hamline have claimed three of the four MIAC Women’s Hockey Athlete of the Week honors this season. HU’s Jordan Verleye claimed the most recent honors with BU’s Cristina Masten and Caroline Kivisto winning the first two.

21.7 Games: GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS: SHOTS: +/-: PIM:

Players to watch TWEET of the week @robarge17: Can’t wait to watch the @BethelRoyals Light the Lamp against the @HUPipers all weekend long!! #RoyalHockey

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Hamline scored seven goals in their two wins last weekend over Marian, 3-2 and 4-1. The Pipers had totalled seven goals for the season in their first six games prior to Marian. 8 5 3 8 26 -4 2

Jordan verleye The Pipers have THE MATCHUP beaten Bethel just once in the last five years, winning the final game of the 2009-10 season 2-1 in OT. The 2009-10 season is the only year in the last six that Bethel has not been in the MIAC playoffs.

MIAC STandings

4-1 8 pts

5-1-1 8 pts

4-2 6 pts

3-3-1 5 pts

2-4 4 pts

2-6 4 pts

2-4 2 pts

1-5-1 2 pts

2-5-1 1 pts

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2-5 0 pts

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