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

saint mary’s university • january 17 & 18, 2014

Bethel (9-2-2)

saint mary’s (4-8)

BY THE NUMBERS

3.62

2.85

Goals PER GAME

402

shots

346

penalties in minutes

107 57

power plays

90.5%

penalty kill %

1.90

goals allowed average

.924

save percentage

21.1 13 5 11 16 45 +8 18

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

lindsay burman Bethel’s top five scorers have outscored every MIAC team except Gustavus. The big five have totalled 89 points. Masten, Kivisto and Johnson alone have outscored St. Olaf and Concordia, both playoff teams last year, along with Hamline.

56 81% 3.06 .892

POWER PLAY Percentages

The top five scorers in the MIAC are all Bethel Royals. Cristina Masten (21pts), Kalie Johnson (18pts), Caroline Kivisto (18pts), Lindsay Burman (16pts) and Kathryn Larson (16pts) have all scored as many or more points than any other MIAC player.

129

17.9

5

SMU has played five games already in 2014, compared to just two for Bethel. The Cardinals were swept by Lake Forest before sweeping UW-Eau Claire. SMU tied with St. Norbert 2-2 on Wednesday.

Games: 11 GOALS: 4 ASSISTS: 8 POINTS: 12 SHOTS: 39 +/-: -1 PIM: 20

Players to watch TWEET of the week @Shotsey: @BethelRoyals Go Royals. Play well and enjoy your time back on the ice.

Mary Debartolo

THE Saint Mary’s leads the MATCHUP all-time series with a 17-6-3 record against the Royals. The Cardinals and Royals have split the season series two of the last three years with the home team winning each game.

MIAC STandings

8-3-2 12 pts

7-3-2 11 pts

9-2-2 10 pts

7-4-1 9 pts

5-8 4 pts

4-8 4 pts

2-11 4 pts

1-6-3 3 pts

4-7 2 pts

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2-7-1 1 pts

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