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WCHA Administrative Office Bruce M. McLeod Commissioner Carol LaBelle-Ehrhardt Assistant Commissioner of Operations Greg Shepherd Supervisor of Officials Mailing Address Western Collegiate Hockey Association 2211 S. Josephine Street, Room 302, Denver, CO 80210 p: 303 871-4223. f: 303 871-4770. clabelle@wcha.com

WCHA Women’s Administrative, WCHA Public Relations Office Sara R. Martin Associate Commissioner p: 608 829-0104. f: 608 829-0105. smartin@wcha.com Doug Spencer Associate Commissioner for Public Relations p: 608 829-0100. f: 608 829-0200. dspencer@mailbag.com Bill Brophy Women’s Public Relations Director p: 608 277-0282. bbrophy@wcha.com Mailing Address Western Collegiate Hockey Association 559 D’Onofrio Drive, Suite 103 Madison, WI 53719-2096

WCHA Women’s League Bemidji State University University of Minnesota University of Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State University University of North Dakota Ohio State University St. Cloud State University University of Wisconsin

Home of a Record 12 Consecutive National Championship Teams 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

September 21, 2011/For Immediate Release

League Head Coaches Select Defending National Champion Wisconsin to Win WCHA Title in 2011-12

Minnesota Chosen Second, Minnesota Duluth Third in Annual Preseason WCHA Head Coaches Poll; Wisconsin’s Knight Picked as Pre-season WCHA Player of the Year; North Dakota’s Michelle Karvinen, Minnesota’s Meghan Lorence, Minnesota Duluth’s Brigette Lacquette Tabbed as Rookies of the Year; Badgers Open Season vs Lindenwood Friday & Sunday; BSU, UND, OSU to Play Exhibitions MADISON, Wis. – There will be no surprises from the coaches who have seen its league win the last 12 women’s national championships. The University of Wisconsin swept to the national championship in a memorable season last year (2010-11) and, according to a preseason poll of league coaches, the Badgers are the pick to win the Western Collegiate Hockey Association women’s title again in 2011-12. The Badgers, who won the WCHA regular season crown and the WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF a year ago before beating Boston University 4-1 to win the national title, return 18 players this season. Wisconsin collected six first place votes and 47 points in the poll of the league’s eight head coaches. Minnesota finished second with 43 votes, including two first place votes. Minnesota Duluth, with 37 points, was selected to finish third. Like Wisconsin, UMD qualified for the NCAA tournament last season. North Dakota was picked to finish fourth, followed by Ohio State in fifth place, Bemidji State in sixth, Minnesota State in seventh and St. Cloud State in eighth. Wisconsin senior forward Hilary Knight, a member of the women’s U.S. Olympic Hockey Team in 2010, received six votes and is the head coaches’ pick to be preseason WCHA Player of the Year. An AHCA Division 1 First Team All-American as a sophomore and junior, Knight was also a Patty Kazmaier con’t

2010-11 WCHA Final Standings

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Pts 1 Wisconsin 76 2 Minnesota Duluth 57 Minnesota 57 4 North Dakota 50 5 Bemidji State 39 6 Ohio State 30 7 Minnesota State 22 8 St. Cloud State 5

GP 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28

Conference Only W L T SW Win% GF- GA 24- 2- 2 2 .893 140- 50 18- 7- 3 0 .696 109- 49 18- 8- 2 1 .679 100- 52 16-10- 2 0 .607 96- 79 11-13- 4 2 .464 53- 71 8-17- 3 3 .339 69-100 7-20- 1 0 .268 47-101 1-26- 1 1 .054 23-135

GP 41 34 38 36 35 36 36 35

Overall Record Win% 37- 2- 2 .927 22- 9- 3 .691 26-10- 2 .711 20-13- 3 .597 14-17- 4 .457 14-19- 3 .431 8-25- 3 .264 1-33- 1 .043

GF- GA 212- 70 132- 55 132- 69 116-103 70- 88 99-116 53-122 31-177

(shootout win = 1 additional point)

This Week in the WCHA Games for Friday, Sept. 23: Manitoba at North Dakota (EX), 7:07 pm CT; Thunderbay Queens at Bemidji State (EX), 7:07 pm CT; Wilfrid Laurier at Ohio State (EX), 7:07 pm ET; Lindenwood at Wisconsin (NC), 7:37 pm CT. Games for Saturday, Sept. 24: Manitoba at North Dakota (EX), 2:07 pm CT. Games for Sunday, Sept. 25: Lindenwood at Wisconsin (NC), 2:07 pm CT.


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Memorial Award Top 10 finalist in 2010-11 and has scored 112 goals in her first three seasons. Brianna Decker, Knight’s teammate on Wisconsin, also received two votes. Three players – North Dakota forward Michelle Karvinen, Minnesota forward Meghan Lorence and Minnesota Duluth defenseman Brigette Lacquette – are the head coaches’ choice as pre-season WCHA Rookie of the Year. Minnesota’s Rachel Ramsey and Minnesota Duluth’s Jenna McParland also had one vote each.

2011-12 WCHA Head Coaches Pre-Season Poll Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Team (1st place votes) Wisconsin (6) Minnesota (2) Minnesota Duluth North Dakota Ohio State Bemidji State Minnesota State St. Cloud State

Points 47 44 35 34 24 20 13 7

(Note: coaches could not vote for their own teams in the poll and points were awarded on a 7-6-5-4-3-2-1 system.)

WCHA Pre-Season Player of the Year (votes)

Hilary Knight, F, Wisconsin (6); Brianna Decker, F, Wisconsin (2).

WCHA Pre-Season Rookie of the Year (votes)

Michelle Karvinen, F, North Dakota (2); Brigette Lacquette, D, Minnesota Duluth (2); Meghan Lorence, F, Minnesota (2); Rachel Ramsey, D, Minnesota (1); Jenna McParland, F, Minnesota Duluth (1).

WCHA On-Ice Play Begins this Weekend with One Series, Three Exhibition Games for Sept. 23-25 Ready or not, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association women’s season for 2011-12 begins this weekend with two regular season games and three exhibitions. In non-conference play, defending national champion Wisconsin, ranked No. 1 in the USCHO.com preseason poll, will host first-year program Lindenwood University out of St. Charles, Mo., on Friday and Sunday at the Kohl Center. In exhibition contests, Ohio State, under new coach Nate Handrahan, will host Wilfrid Laurier out of Waterloo, Ont., Bemidji State will entertain the Thunderbay Queens, and No. 7 North Dakota will host the University of Manitoba. On the second weekend of the new season (Sept. 30-Oct. 1), non-conference action finds No. 4 Minnesota hosting the East/West Showcase tournament with St. Cloud State, Syracuse and Union College, North Dakota heading east to take on Boston University, Bemidji State welcoming Providence College, and Minnesota State opening with a home series against Lindenwood. In exhibition play, No. 6 Minnesota Duluth will skate against the visiting Minnesota Whitecaps. The season long, 112-game conference slate, which consists of each league-member team playing a total of 28 WCHA games (four games vs each of other seven members – two home and two away), opens the weekend of Friday-Sunday, Oct. 7-9, with three two-game series. Defending WCHA regular season Wisconsin will host North Dakota, Minnesota will entertain St. Cloud State, and Ohio State will host Bemidji State. Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota State, meanwhile, won't open their respective league seasons until Oct. 21-22 when the Bulldogs entertain Wisconsin and the Mavericks play at Minnesota. The conference schedule concludes the weekend of Feb. 17-19.

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September 19, 2011

Wisconsin Ranked No. 1 in First USCHO.com Division 1 Women’s Poll for 2011-12 Minnesota No. 4, Minnesota Duluth No. 6, North Dakota No. 7

The defending national champion Wisconsin Badgers start this season where they ended last season – at No. 1 in the USCHO.com Division 1 Women’s Poll (www.uscho.com). Wisconsin received all 14 first-place votes. Boston University comes in second, edging out No. 3 Cornell by five points. Minnesota sits at No. 4, while Boston College rounds out the top five. Minnesota Duluth goes one notch later at No. 6 and North Dakota sits in the seventh rank. Mercyhurst comes in eighth, while Quinnipiac, not ranked in last season’s final poll, starts the year at No. 9. Dartmouth and Providence tied for the 10th spot in the poll.

WCHA Announces Women’s Composite Schedule for 2011-12 Season

2012 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF, NCAA Women’s Frozen Four to be Held at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth; 112-Game Conference Slate to Launch Oct. 7; Wisconsin Reigns as Defending WCHA Regular Season, WCHA Playoff and NCAA Frozen Four Champs; Association Welcomes New Ohio State Head Coach Nate Handrahan MADISON, Wis. – Coming off an unprecedented 12th consecutive national championship season, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s (WCHA) women’s league today (Aug. 10) released it’s composite schedule for the upcoming 2011-12 season. As college hockey’s most successful women’s conference, the WCHA will look to add to that legacy in season No. 13 with what should be a highly-competitive 112-game conference slate among the league’s eight member teams that gets underway Oct. 7 and the appearance of both the 2012 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF (conference playoff championship) and the 2012 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four (national championship) at 6,764-seat AMSOIL Arena in Duluth, Minn. “We look forward to our 13th season as a Division 1 women’s hockey conference with great anticipation,” said WCHA Associate Commissioner Sara R. Martin, who has been the guiding voice of the league since it’s founding in 1999. “We should be stronger across the board and we can say with confidence that the WCHA will again be at the forefront of the women’s game. “We are also tremendously excited to showcase both our conference playoff championship (WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF) and the women’s national championship (NCAA Frozen Four) at the beautiful new AMSOIL Arena in Duluth; we are thrilled to be able to showcase our great game in one of the sport’s most impressive new facilities. We also know UMD will do a wonderful job in hosting these two premier events.” The 2012 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF will be contested Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3 at AMSOIL Arena. There will be two semi-final match ups on Friday at 4:07 pm CT and 7:07 pm CT, with the playoff championship slated for Saturday at 7:07 pm CT. The tournament winner receives an automatic bid to the national tournament.

The NCAA Women’s Frozen Four, set for Friday, March 16 thru Sunday, March 18, returns to Duluth for the third time since 2001. There will be two semi-final match ups on Friday with the title contest being played on Sunday. Both the 2003 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Frozen Fours were held in Duluth at the DECC (Duluth Entertainment & Convention Center) with the host UMD Bulldogs capturing the national championship on both occasions. Wisconsin is the defending national champion. The WCHA would also like to extend a special welcome to new Ohio State head coach Nate Handrahan, who spent the previous five seasons building the program at Robert Morris and succeeds the retired Jackie Barto. Barto had coached the Buckeyes from their first season of 1999-2000. “We are thrilled to welcome Nate into the WCHA family,” said Martin. “He is an energetic, highly-qualified coach who will both continue and expand on the legacy left by Jackie Barto. He is committed to the well-being of his student-athletes, both on and off the ice.” The initial on-ice action of 2011-12 will take place over the Sept. 23-25 weekend. In non-conference play, Wisconsin will host upstart Lindenwood University out of St. Charles, Mo., on Friday and Sunday. In exhibition contests, Ohio State will host Wilfrid Laurier out of Waterloo, Ont., Bemidji State will entertain the Thunderbay Queens, and North Dakota will host the Univ. of Manitoba. On the second weekend of the new season (Sept. 30-Oct. 1), non-conference action finds Minnesota hosting the East/West Showcase tournament with St. Cloud State, Syracuse and Union College, North Dakota heading east to take on Boston University, Bemidji State welcoming Providence College, and Minnesota State opening with a home series against Lindenwood Univ. In exhibition play, Minnesota Duluth will skate against the visiting Minnesota Whitecaps. The season long, 112-game conference slate, which consists of each league-member team playing a total of 28 WCHA games (four games vs each of other seven members – two home and two away), opens the weekend of Friday-Sunday, Oct. 7-9, with three two-game series. Defending WCHA regular season champion Wisconsin will host North Dakota, Minnesota will entertain St. Cloud State, and Ohio State will host Bemidji State. Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota State, meanwhile, won’t open their respective league seasons until Oct. 21-22 when the Bulldogs entertain Wisconsin and the Mavericks play at Minnesota. The conference schedule concludes the weekend of Feb. 17-19. During the 2011-12 campaign, WCHA-member teams will also engage in some interesting non-conference pairings. By team, those are: Bemidji State: Sept. 30-Oct. 1 vs Providence College, Oct. 14-15 @ Maine, Nov. 10 vs Lindenwood in Eveleth, MN (U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game), and Dec. 30-31 @ Robert Morris. Minnesota: Sept. 30-Oct. 1 East/West Showcase (with St. Cloud State, Syracuse and Union College), Nov. 18-19 vs New Hampshire, Nov. 26-27 @ Harvard. Minnesota Duluth: Oct. 8-9 vs Boston College, Oct. 14-15 @ Connecticut. Minnesota State: Sept. 30-Oct. 1 vs Lindenwood University, Oct. 7-8 vs Mercyhurst, Oct. 14-15 @ Robert Morris. North Dakota: Sept. 30-Oct. 1 @ Boston University, Oct. 15-16 vs Vermont, Jan. 4 vs Lindenwood University. Ohio State: Nov. 18-19 @ Syracuse, Dec. 2-3 vs Niagara, Dec. 30-31 vs Princeton. St. Cloud State: Sept. 30-Oct. 1 @ East/West Showcase (with host


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Minnesota, Syracuse and Union), Oct. 28-29 vs Robert Morris, Nov. 18-19 @ Niagara. Wisconsin: Sept. 23 & 25 vs Lindenwood University, Oct. 28-29 vs Boston University, Nov. 18-19 @ Rensselaer. The pursuit of the WCHA playoff championship will get underway the weekend of Friday, Feb. 24 thru Sunday, Feb. 26 with four first round, best-of-three, series. The top four ranked teams in the final regular season standings will host the bottom four in the first round, with the No. 8 playoff seed at the No. 1 playoff seed, No. 7 at No. 2, No. 6 at No. 3 and the No. 5 playoff seed at the No. 4 playoff seed. Those four first-round conference playoff winners will then advance to the 2012 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF, to be held March 2-3 at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth, Minn. There will be two semi-final match ups on Friday at 4:07 pm CT and 7:07 pm CT with the championship contest set for 7:07 pm CT on Saturday evening. Wisconsin is the defending WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF champion. Following the league playoff championship, four NCAA Division 1 Women’s Regional tournaments will be contested the weekend of Friday, March 9 thru Sunday, March 11 at sites to be determined. The four NCAA regional winners will then earn a trip to the 2012 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four, which will be contested Friday, March 16 and Sunday, March 18 at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth, Minn. Among the highlights from the 2010-11 season were: • Wisconsin completed a trophy hat trick, winning the WCHA regular season title, the WCHA playoff crown, and the national championship. It was the fourth NCAA title for the Badgers, who finished as the No. 1-ranked team in the country and a 27-game unbeaten streak, and compiled a 37-2-2 overall record. • Wisconsin’s Meghan Duggan was named the winner of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, given annually to the top Div. 1 women’s player. Also among the Kazmaier top 10 finalists from the WCHA were junior forward Haley Irwin of Minnesota Duluth, junior forward Hilary Knight of Wisconsin, and sophomore goaltender Noora Räty of Minnesota. • Four WCHA-member teams ranked among the nation’s Top 10 in the final national polls … Wisconsin was No. 1, Minnesota Duluth was No. 5, Minnesota was No. 6/7 and North Dakota was No. 9. • WCHA-member teams combined for a 26-12-3 non-conference record in 2010-11, for a .671 winning percentage. • Five WCHA players were honored as 2011 Div. 1 REEBOK Women’s Hockey All-Americans, as announced by the American Hockey Coaches’ Association. Wisconsin forwards Meghan Duggan and Hilary Knight, along with Minnesota Duluth defenseman Jocelyne Larocque were named to the first team while UW forward Brianna Decker and Minnesota goaltender Noora Räty were second team honorees. • Wisconsin’s Mark Johnson was named the Div. 1 women’s national coach of the year. • WCHA post-season award winners for 2010-11 included Wisconsin’s Meghan Duggan as player of the year and league scoring champion, Minnesota Duluth’s Jocelyne Larocque as WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year and defensive player of the year, Minnesota’s Amanda Kessel as rookie of the year, UMD’s Kim Martin as league goaltending champion, and the Badgers’ Mark Johnson as league coach of the Year. The 2011-12 women’s composite schedule follows on p. 13.

2010-11 WCHA Award Winners WCHA Player of the Year

Meghan Duggan, Sr., F, Wisconsin (Danvers, MA)

WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year

Jocelyne Larocque, Sr., D, Minnesota Duluth (Ste Anne, MB)

WCHA Defensive Player of the Year

Jocelyne Larocque, Sr., D, University of Minnesota Duluth (Ste Anne, MB)

WCHA Rookie of the Year

Amanda Kessel, Fr., F, Minnesota (Madison, WI)

WCHA Scoring Champion

Meghan Duggan, Sr., F, Wisconsin (Danvers, MA)

WCHA Goaltending Champion

Kim Martin, Sr., G, Minnesota Duluth (Stockholm, Sweden)

WCHA Coach of the Year

Mark Johnson, Head Coach, Wisconsin

All-WCHA First Team

Forwards: Hilary Knight, Jr., F, Wisconsin (Sun Valley, ID); Meghan Duggan, Sr., F, Wisconsin (Danvers, MA); Brianna Decker, So., F, Wisconsin (Dousman, WI). Defensemen: Anne Schleper, Jr., D, Minnesota (St. Cloud, MN); Jocelyne Larocque, Sr., D, Minnesota Duluth (Ste Anne, MB). Goaltender: Noora Räty, So., G, Minnesota (Espoo, Finland).

All-WCHA Second Team

Forwards: Natalie Spooner, Jr., F, Ohio State (Scarborough, ON); Jocelyne Lamoureux, So., F, North Dakota (Grand Forks, ND); Haley Irwin, Jr., F, Minnesota Duluth (Thunder Bay, ON). Defensemen: Monique Lamoureux-Kolls, So., D, North Dakota (Grand Forks, ND); Jessica Wong, So., D, Minnesota Duluth (Baddeck, NS). Goaltender: Zuzana Tomcikova, Jr., G, Bemidji State (Bratislava, Slovakia).

All-WCHA Third Team

Forwards: Elin Holmlov, Sr., F, Minnesota Duluth (Knivsta, Sweden); Erin Cody, Sr., F, Bemidji State (Roseville, MN); Amanda Kessel, Fr., F, Minnesota (Madison, WI). Defensemen: Megan Bozek, So., D, Minnesota (Buffalo Grove, IL); Brittany Haverstock, Jr., D, Wisconsin (Hammonds Plain, NS). Goaltender: Kim Martin, Sr., G, Minnesota Duluth (Stockholm, Sweden).

All-WCHA Rookie Team

Forwards: Amanda Kessel, Fr., F, Minnesota (Madison, WI); Kelly Terry, Fr., F., Minnesota (Whitby, ON); Brittany Ammerman, Fr., F, Wisconsin (River Vale, NJ). Defensemen: Baylee Gillanders, Fr., Minnesota (Kyle, SK); Kayla Berg, Fr., D, North Dakota (Fargo, ND). Goaltender: Alex Rigsby, Fr., G, Wisconsin (Delafield, WI).


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Website Features Game Day Story Integration, Live Game-Day League & National Scoreboards, Mobile Applications; Sortable Statistics; Individual Player Pages; New On-Line Store at TheWCHAShop.com The Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s official website – WCHA.com – was all-new for 2010-11. The WCHA teamed up with SportDesigns.com to provide visitors with a full-service experience that now features a significant number of upgrades, including new game-day live league and national scoreboards, fully-functional mobile pages, a host of new features including sortable statistics and individual player pages, and the league’s on-line store – TheWCHAShop.com. Now included at WCHA.com are game-day live scoreboards, fully functional mobile pages that include press releases, game stories, box scores, team and league stats and live game box scores, a more seemless integration of schedules, rosters, standings, live box scores, and statistics in conjunction with collegehockeystats.net, a new ‘campus news’ section that features the latest press releases from both men’s and women’s member teams. In addition, the upgrades include: • Easy access to standings and statistics right from the home page. • A Live Game Day WCHA Scoreboard – with links to live box scores that will appear on the home page on any day there is a game. • A Live Game Day National Scoreboard – with links to live box scores that will appear on the home page on any day there is a game. • A Live Mobile WCHA Scoreboard – box scores via www.wcha. com/mobile. This is a fully functional mobile website that also includes game stories, statistics, etc. • A Live Mobile National Scoreboard – box scores via www.wcha. com/mobile. • Game story integration with game stories posted from all games to make the all-new WCHA.com a place fans want to visit more regularly. For example, on Saturday morning fans can read what happened in all Friday night games in one cohesive location. • An Upgraded Standings Page – includes information on headto-head records within the league. • New Sortable Team Statistic Pages – can be sorted by category at the top of the table. • A New WCHA Against the Rest Page – with records for each WCHA team against teams from other leagues. • New WCHA-member team pages that feature direct links to each school’s website, tickets, and audio and/or video broadcasts. Some of the new technology employed in the design of the all-new TheWCHAShop.com are upgraded photo zooming on the product pages, the ability for people to share product pages through places like Facebook and Twitter for added exposure, new TheWCHAShop.com Gift Certificates, and a new checkout process upgraded to a one-page checkout to make it easier for customers to shop. Additionally, TheWCHAShop.com is developing a mobile commerce website to allow for purchases from Smart Phones. WCHA.com will continue to evolve as we build and integrate the history of the men’s and women’s leagues into the archives.


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2011-12 WCHA Member Team Rosters Bemidji State Beavers

2011-12 Numerical Roster (27 Players) No. 3 5 6 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 31 35 59 64 88 91 93

Name Abby Williams Alexandria Citrowske Kristin Huber Emily Erickson Whitney Wivoda Emily McKnight Molly Arola Erika Wheelhouse Marlee Wheelhouse Mackenzie Thurston Sadie Lundquist Rachael Kelly Tess Dusik Lauren Williams Kristi King Alex Ehlert Montana Vichorek Kayleigh Chapman Allie Duellman Kimberly Lieder Alana McElhinney Jessica Havel Danielle Williams Natasha Kostenko Zuzana Tomcikova Jamie Hatheway Tegan Rose

Yr JR FR FR JR FR SO JR JR SR JR JR FR SO SR SO SO SR FR SO SR SR JR SO FR SR JR FR

Pos F F F F F F F D D F F F F F F D D D D D G G D/F F G F/D D

Height 5-2 5-6 5-11 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-3 5-1 5-7 5-5 5-5 6-0 5-2 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-4 5-5

S/C L L R L L R R L R L R R R R R R R R R R L L R R L R L

Age 22 18 18 21 18 19 20 20 21 19 20 18 19 21 19 19 21 18 19 21 20 20 19 23 20 17

Hometown / Last Team Alexandria, MN / Minnesota State Univ. Savage, MN / Prior Lake HS Kelowna, BC / Pursuit of Excellence Academy Coleraine, MN / Grand Rapids/Greenway HS Fairbanks, AK / Minnesota Crunch Roland, MB / Balmoral Hall Walker, MN / Grand Rapids/Greenway HS Crookston, MN / Crookston HS Crookston, MN / Crookston HS Ottawa, ON / All Saints Catholic HS Cloquet, MN / Cloquet HS Rosemount, MN / Rosemount HS Oak Bluff, MB / Balmoral Hall Prep Eagan, MN / Minnesota Thoroughbreds Lake Elmo, MN / University of Maine Portage, WI / Madison Capitals AAA Moose Lake, MN / Cloquet HS Virden, MB / Warner Hockey School Maplewood, MN / Roseville Area HS Eagan, MN / Minnesota Thoroughbreds Calgary, AB / Calgary Bruins Grand Rapids, MN / Grand Rapids/Greenway HS Waconia, MN / Minnesota Thoroughbreds Fannystelle, MN / Notre Dame Hounds (SK) Bratislava, Slovakia / Slovakian National Team Trenton, ON / Durham Junior Lightening Gibbons, AB / Edmonton Chimos

Captains: Marlee Wheelhouse, Montana Vichorek, Alana McElhinney. Head Coach: Steve Sertich (Colorado College '74). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 47-110-24 (.326) (5 Seasons). Record at Bemidji State (Entering 2011-12): 47-110-24 (.326) (5 Seasons). Assistant Coach: Amber Fryklund (Bemidji State '03). Assistant Coach: Shane Veenker (Bemidji State '93). Volunteer Assistant Coach: Casie Hanson (North Dakota '10).

Minnesota Golden Gophers

2011-12 Numerical Roster (24 Players) No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 27 28 31 33 41

Name Kelly Seeler Samantha Downey Sarah Erickson Rachel Ramsey Katie Frischmann Mira Jalosuo Amanda Kessel Sarah Davis Kelly Terry Becky Kortum Ashley Stenerson Rachael Bona Bethany Brausen Emily West Nikki Ludwigson Megan Bozek Meghan Lorence Anne Schleper Jen Schoullis Baylee Gillanders Stephanie Anderson Shyler Sletta Alyssa Grogan Noora Räty

Yr SR JR SR FR JR JR SO SO SO JR SO FR SO SR SR JR FR SR SR SO FR FR SR JR

Pos D F F D D D F F F F F/D F F F F D F D F D F G G G

Height 5-6 5-9 5-6 6-0 5-5 6-0 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-5 5-6 5-5

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L L R R

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21 22 19

L L

21 22

Hometown / Last Team Eden Prairie, MN / Eden Prairie HS Hermantown, MN / Proctor-Hermantown-Marshall Roseau, MN / Bemidji HS Chanhassen, MN / Minnetonka Rochester, MN / Minnesota Thoroughbreds Lieksa, Finland / Finnish National Team Madison, WI / Shattuck-St. Mary's Paradise, NL / Warner Hockey Whitby, ON / Whitby Wolves Minnetonka, MN / Hopkins HS Moorhead, MN / Moorhead HS Coon Rapids, MN / Coon Rapids Little Canada, MN / Roseville Area HS Colorado Springs, CO / Colorado Selects Bloomington, MN / Eden Prairie HS Buffalo Grove, IL / Chicago Mission Mounds View, MN / Irondale St. Cloud, MN / St. Cloud Icebreakers Erie, PA / Shattuck-St. Mary's Kyle, SK / Warner Hockey North St. Paul, MN / Minnesota Thoroughbreds Elko New Market, MN / New Prague Eagan, MN / Eagan HS Espoo, Finland / Finnish National Team

Captains: Jen Schoullis, Sarah Erickson. Head Coach: Brad Frost (Bethel '96). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 111-31-14 (.756) (4 Seasons). Record at Minnesota (Entering 2011-12): 111-31-14 (.756) (4 Seasons). Assistant Coach: Joel Johnson (Bethel '96). Goaltending Coach: Andy Kent (Augsburg '09).


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Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs

2011-12 Numerical Roster (22 Players) No. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 19 21 24 31 33 44 49 51 71 79 80 87 88 92

Name Noora Jaakkola Emma Stauber Mariia Posa Katherine Wilson Audrey Cournoyer Kacy Ambroz Haley Irwin Jamie Kenyon Jenna McParland Vanessa Thibault Gina Dodge Lana Steck Paige Turner Zoe Hickel Jessica Wong Pernilla Winberg Shara Jasper Dana Gallop Tea Villila Jennifer Harss Brigette Lacquette Brienna Gillanders

Yr SO FR JR JR JR SR SR SO FR JR JR SR FR FR JR JR FR SO FR JR FR SO

Pos D D D F F F F F F F F G G F D F F F D G D F

Height 5-3

S/C L

5-5 5-8 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-9 5-3 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-9

L L L R L L L R L L L

L L

Age 20 18 24 20 21 21 23 19 19 21 20 22 18 19 20 22 19 19 20 24 18 19

Hometown / Last Team Toijala, Finland / Finland U-18 Duluth, MN / PHM Mirage Helsinki, Finland / Team Finland Winnipeg, MB / Balmoral Hall Blazers Montreal, QC / Cananda U-18 New Prague, MN / New Prague HS Thunder Bay, ON / Team Canada Sparta, WI / Madison Capitals Schreiber, ON / Toronto Aeros Lachine, QC / John Abbott College Duluth, MN / Northern Stars Winnipeg, MB / St. Vital Victorias Iron River, WI / Minnesota Thoroughbreds Anchorage, AK / North American Hockey Academy Baddeck, NS / Canada U-18 Malmo, Sweden / Team Sweden Aurora, CO / Colorado Select Grand Rapids, MN / Grand Rapids-Greenway Hyvinkaa, Finland / Team Finland Rieden, Germany / Team Germany Mallard, MB / University of Manitoba Kyle, SK / A.M. of Notre Dame

Captains: Kacy Ambroz, Haley Irwin. Assistant Captains: Lana Steck, Jennifer Harss. Head Coach: Shannon Miller (University of Saskatchewan '85). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 313-87-34 (.760) (12 Seasons). Record at Minnesota Duluth (Entering 2011-12): 313-87-34 (.760) (12 Seasons). Assistant Coach: Laura Shuler (Northeastern University '05). Assistant Coach: Steve Macdonald (University of Winnipeg '03). Goaltending Coach: Brant Nicklin (University of Minnesota Duluth '00). Strength and Conditioning Coach: Blake Palmer (Northern Iowa '06).

Minnesota State Mavericks

2011-12 Numerical Roster (23 Players) No. 1 3 6 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 25 26 28 29 33 37

Name Alli Altmann Lauren Zrust Shelby Monteyuunas Kelsie Scott Ariel Mackley Natalie Stolz Moira O'Connor Kathleen Rogan Erika Magnusson Tracy McCann Emmi Leinonen Elisabeth Hewett Nicole Germaine Kara Powers Emilia Andersson Jenna Peterson Melissa Klippenstein Lauren Smith Kari Lundberg Danielle Scholzen Jackie Otto Erin Krichiver Danielle Butters

Yr SR JR FR SO SR FR SR SO JR SO SR SO SO FR JR SR SO JR SO SO SR FR SO

Pos G F D F F F F F D F F D F F D F/D F F F D D G G

Height 5-8 5-6 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-5 5-9 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-10 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-8

S/C L R L L L R R R L L L R R L L L L R R R R L L

Age 21 20 19 21 21 19 20 19 22 18 19 23 21 19 20 19 19 21 19

Hometown / Last Team Eagan, MN / Eagan HS Blaine, MN / Blaine HS Cicero, NY / North American Hockey Academy Souris, MB / Westman (MB) Midget AAA Burnsville, MN / Burnsville HS St. Paul, MN / Mounds View Chicago, IL / North American Hockey Academy Vancouver, BC / Shattuck-St. Mary's (prep) Fergus Falls, MN / Fergus Falls HS Lakewood, OH / Ohio Flames (midget AAA) Valkeakoski, Finland / Finnish National Team Oak Bluff, MB / APHA Rangers (midget AA) Claren Hills, IL / Shattuck-St. Marys (prep) New Glasgow, NS / Ridley Stockholm, Sweden / Finnish National Team Hopkins, MN / Hopkins HS Neubergthal, MB / Pembina Valley (midget AAA) Burnsville, MN / Holy Angels Woodbury, MN / Minnesota Thoroughbreds (midget) Blaine, MN / Blaine (USHS) Lake Zurich, IL / Chicago Mission Chicago, IL / Shattuck St. Mary's London, ON / Bluewater (midget AA)

Captain: Ariel Mackley. Assistant Captains: Moira O'Connor, Jackie Otto, Lauren Smith. Head Coach: Eric Means (Minnesota '94). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 15-47-8 (.271) (2 Seasons). Record at Minnesota State (Entering 2011-12): 15-47-8 (.271) (2 Seasons). Assistant Coach: Jon Austin (Colorado College '99) Assistant Coach: Shari Dickerman (Minnesota State '04). Assistant Coach: Dean Williamson (Minnesota '91).


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North Dakota Fighting Sioux

2011-12 Numerical Roster (29 Players) No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 25 26 27 29 30 32 33 44 63 91

Name Shelby Amsley-Benzie Mary Loken Madison Kolls Holly Perkins Allison Parizek Jordan Slavin Michelle Karvinen Kayla Berg Andrea Dalen Shannon Kaiser Ashley Holmes Alyssa Wiebe Megan Gilbert Tori Williams Jocelyne Lamoureux Monique Lamoureux-Kolls Margot Miller Kelsey Ketcher Sara Dagenais Leah Jensen Monique Weber Layla Marvin Stephanie Ney Jorid Dagfinrud Candace Molle Michelle Bonapace-Potvin Josie Johnson Josefine Jakobsen Ashley Furia

Yr FR JR SO JR JR JR FR SO FR FR SR SR JR FR JR JR SR SR SR FR SR FR SR JR JR FR FR FR JR

Pos G F D F F D F D F F D F F D F F/D F F F F F F G G D G D/F F D/F

Height 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-3 5-4 5-10 5-5 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-6

S/C L R R L R L L R R R R L R L R R R L L R L R L L L R R L R

Age

Hometown / Last Team Warroad, MN / Warroad HS Roseau, MN / Roseau HS Hudson, WW / Shattuck-St. Mary's Sodoltna, AK / Anchorage North Stars Minot, ND / Minot HS Erie, CO / Colorado Select U19 Rodovre, Denmark / Team Finland Fargo, ND / Fargo North HS Honefoss, Norway / Linkopings HC Crookston, Minnesota / Crookston High School Miltona, MN / Jefferson HS Saskatoon, SK / Notre Dame Andover, MN / Andover HS The Pas, MB / Balmoral Hall Grand Forks, ND / University of Minnesota Grand Forks, ND / University of Minnesota West Bloomfield, MI / Shattuck-St. Mary's Mound, MN / Eden Prairie HS Montreal, QC / Dawson College East Grand Forks, MN / East Grand Forks HS Elk River, MN / Connecticut Warroad, MN / Warroad HS 100 Mile House, BC / 100 Mile House men's midget AA Sarpsborg, Norway / IHK Sparta Sarpsborg Anchorage, AK / North American Hockey Academy Royn-Noranda, QC / Lourdes HS Waunakee, WI / Waunakee HS Aalborg, Denmark / Segeltorps IF Sedalia, CO / Colorado Select U19

Head Coach: Brian Idalski (Wisconsin-Stevens Point '01). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 153-101-28 (.592) (9 Seasons). Record at North Dakota (Entering 2011-12): 45-80-17 (.377) (4 Seasons). Associate Head Coach: Peter Elander (Stockholm '86). Assistant Coach: Erik Fabian (North Dakota '07). Strength and Conditioning Coach: McKynsay Vanderpan (North Dakota '02). Athletic Trainer: McKynsay Vanderpan (North Dakota '02).

Ohio State Buckeyes

2011-12 Numerical Roster (24 Players) No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 25 27 31 34 39

Name Lisa Steffes Brittany Carlson Ally Tarr Natalie Spooner Taylor Kuehl Kayla Sullivan Kelly Wild Melissa Feste Laura McIntosh Hokey Langan Madison Marcotte Becky Allis Minttu Tuominen Liz Rizzo Danielle Gagne Kari Schmitt Kim Theut Sara Schmitt Tina Hollowell Paige Semenza Annie Svedin Chelsea Knapp Loren Carrier Stacy Danczak

Yr SO SR SO SR FR FR SR SR SR JR SO SO JR JR FR FR SR FR JR JR SO SO SO FR

Pos G D F F F F D F F F D D F F F D F D F F D G G G

Height 5-4 5-3 5-5 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-11 5-6 5-11 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-9 5-8 5-6

S/C L L R R L R L R L L L R R R R L L L L R L L L L

Age 19 21 19 20 18 18 21 21 21 20 19 18 21 21 18 18 21 18 20 20 19 20 19 18

Hometown / Last Team Amherstburg, ON / Bluewater Jr. Hawks Hudson, WI / Cretin-Derham Hall HS London, ON / Bluewater Jr. Hawks Scarborough, ON / Durham West Jr. Lightning Minnetrista, MN / Mound-Westonka Flower Mound, TX / Shattuck-St. Mary's Mendota Heights, MN / Cretin-Derham Hall HS Bloomington, MN / Eden Prairie HS Waterloo, ON / Mississauga Jr. Chiefs Chatham, ON / London Jr. Devilettes White Bear Lake, MN / White Bear Lake HS West Olive, MI / Chicago Mission Espoo, Finland / Espoo Blues Glens Falls, NY / Berkshire School Caledon, ON / Mississauga Chiefs Canton, MI / Belle Tire Harrison Township, MI / Little Caesars U-19 Canton, MI / Belle Tire Clinton Township, MI / Little Caesars U-19 Pittston, PA / North American Hockey Academy Soraker, Sweden / MODO Örnsköldsvik York, NY / Lawrence Academy Chandler, AZ / Ontario Hockey Academy Macedonia, OH / Ohio Flames

Head Coach: Nate Handrahan (Niagara University '00). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 52-109-14 (.337) (6 Seasons). Record at Ohio State (Entering 2011-2012): 0-0-0. Assistant Coach: Scott Spencer (Minot State '02). Assistant Coach: Candice Moxley (Niagara University '05).


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St. Cloud State Huskies

2011-12 Numerical Roster (23 Players) No. 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 23 24 27 28 29 30

Name Julie Friend Katie Allen Audrey Hanmer Amanda Monkman Amanda Arbogast Michelle Burke Haylea Schmid Kylie Lane Lisa Martinson Amy Olson Sydney Burghardt Brittany Toor Alex Nelson Callie Dahl Abby Ness Julia Gilbert Ellie Sitek Molli Mott Jocelyn Zabrick Jaclyn Daggit Cari Coen Tayler VanDenakker Anna Donlan

Yr FR JR FR SO FR SO JR JR JR SO SO SR JR JR FR SO JR SO JR SR SO SR JR

Pos G D D D F D F F D F F F F F F F F F D D D G G

Height 5-8 5-3 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-4 5-6 5-11 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-8 5-8

S/C L L R L L L R L R R L R R L R R R L L R R L L

Age 18 20 19 19 18 19 21 20 20 19 19 21 20 20 18 20 20 19 20 21 20 20 21

Hometown / Last Team Minnetonka, MN / Minnetonka HS Red Deer, AB / Red Deer Sutter Fund Wyoming, MN / Forest Lake HS Roseau, MN / Roseau HS Virginia, MN / Eveleth-Gilbert Area HS London, ON / Bluewater Junior Hawks Oak Grove, MN / St. Francis HS Roseau, MN / Roseau HS St. Louis Park, MN / St. Louis Park HS Roseau, MN / Roseau HS Medicine Hat, AB / Balmoral Hall Prep Hartland, MI / Little Caesar Club Andover, MN / Andover HS Stillwater, MN / Stillwater HS Roseau, MN / Roseau HS Hermantown, MN / Proctor/Hermantown/Marshall Edina, MN / Edina HS Colorado Springs, CO / Colorado Selects Airdrie, AB / Highwood Raiders St. Paul Park, MN / Park HS Manhatten Beach, California / L.A. Selects Winnipeg, MB / Balmoral Hall Prep Hillsboro, WI / Wisconsin Wild

Captain: Jocelyn Zabrick. Assistant Captains: Brittany Toor, Alex Nelson. Head Coach: Jeff Giesen (St. Cloud State University '10 '93). Career Record (Entering 201112): 61-98-25 (.399) (5 Seasons). Record at St. Cloud State (Entering 2011-12): 61-98-25 (.399) (5 Seasons). Assistant Coach: Jim Fetter (University of Lethbridge '95). Assistant Coach: Brita Schroeder (St. Cloud State University '09). Manager: Dean Thibodeau. Athletic Trainer: Jacqueline Phillips. Strength and Conditioning Coach: Travis Zins (St. Cloud State University '02).

Wisconsin Badgers

2011-12 Numerical Roster (24 Players) No. 1 4 5 7 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 33

Name Ilana Friedman Brittany Haverstock Stefanie McKeough Kelly Jaminski Brittany Ammerman Derya Kelter Katy Josephs Katarina Zgraja Madison Packer Alev Kelter Saige Pacholok Blayre Turnbull Brianna Decker Brooke Ammerman Lauren Unser Laurel Miller Hilary Knight Karley Sylvester Jordan Brickner Carolyne Prévost Natalie Berg Nikki Kaasa Becca Ruegsegger Alex Rigsby

Yr SO SR JR SO SO JR FR FR SO JR JR FR JR SR JR SO SR FR JR SR SO SR JR SO

Pos G D D D F F F D F D D F F F F D F F D F D G G G

Height 5-6 5-6 5-7 6-0 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-10 5-8 5-7

S/C L L R L L R R L R R R R R R R L R L L L R L L L

Age 21 20 19 19 20 18 18 20 20 20 18 20 21 20 20 22 18 21 19 21 20 19

Hometown / Last Team Middleton, WI / University of Vermont Halifax, NS / Stoney Creek Junior Sabres Carlsbad Springs, ON / Stony Creek Sabres Wisconsin Rapids, WI / Detroit Little Caesars River Vale, NJ / North American Hockey Academy Eagle River, AK / Chugiak Calgary, AB / Highwood Raiders Waterloo, ON / Bluevale Collegiate Institute Birmingham, MI / Detroit Little Caesars Eagle River, AK / Chugiak Edmonton, AB / Edmonton Chimos Stellarton, NS / Shattuck-St. Mary's Dousman, WI / Shattuck-St. Mary's River Vale, NJ / North American Hockey Academy West Salem, Wisconsin / Madison Capitols Ramsey, MN / Totino-Grace HS Sun Valley, ID / 2010 U.S. Olympic Team Warroad, MN / Warroad Lake Forest, IL / Colgate University Sarnia, ON / London Junior Devilettes Minnetonka, MN / Minnetonka HS St. Cloud, MN / Technical HS Lakewood, CO / Shattuck-St. Mary's Delafield, WI / Milwaukee Jr. Admirals AAA Boy

Head Coach: Mark Johnson (Wisconsin '94). Career Record (Entering 2011-12): 247-41-24 (.830) (9 Seasons). Record at Wisconsin (Entering 2011-12): 247-41-24 (.830) (9 Seasons). Associate Head Coach: Dan Koch (St. Mary's University '01). Assistant Coach: Jackie Friesen (Wisconsin '06). Volunteer Assistant Coach: Mark Greenhalgh (Wisconsin '87).


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Final 2010-11 WCHA Team Statistics • All Games Scoring Offense: 1 Wisconsin 2 Minnesota Duluth 3 Minnesota 4 North Dakota 5 Ohio State 6 Bemidji State 7 Minnesota State 8 St. Cloud State

Games 41 34 38 36 36 35 36 35

Goals 212 132 132 116 99 70 53 31

G/GM 5.17 3.88 3.47 3.22 2.75 2.00 1.47 0.89

Special Teams Net: 1 Wisconsin 2 Minnesota Duluth 3 Minnesota 4 North Dakota 5 Bemidji State 6 Ohio State 7 Minnesota State 8 St. Cloud State

Scoring Defense: 1 Minnesota Duluth 2 Wisconsin 3 Minnesota 4 Bemidji State 5 North Dakota 6 Ohio State 7 Minnesota State 8 St. Cloud State

Games 34 41 38 35 36 36 36 35

Goals 55 70 69 88 103 116 122 177

G/GM 1.62 1.71 1.82 2.51 2.86 3.22 3.39 5.06

Scoring by Periods: 1 Wisconsin 2 Minnesota Minnesota Duluth 4 North Dakota 5 Ohio State 6 Bemidji State 7 Minnesota State 8 St. Cloud State

1st 70 47 37 38 21 24 18 6

2nd 75 52 49 35 37 27 16 13

3rd 63 32 46 40 41 18 19 12

OT 4 1 0 3 0 1 0 0

Total 212 132 132 116 99 70 53 31

Penalty Minutes: 1 North Dakota 2 St. Cloud State 3 Minnesota 4 Minnesota Duluth 5 Minnesota State 6 Ohio State 7 Bemidji State 8 Wisconsin

Games 36 35 38 34 36 36 35 41

PIM 493 479 474 414 369 313 297 316

PIM/G 13.7 13.7 12.5 12.2 10.2 8.7 8.5 7.7

Goals 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1st 15 22 18 27 36 34 34 66

2nd 24 23 31 27 40 41 51 53

3rd 15 23 21 32 27 37 36 58

OT 1 1 0 2 0 4 1 0

Total 55 69 70 88 103 116 122 177

Play: Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth North Dakota Ohio State Bemidji State Minnesota State St. Cloud State

Totals 44/171 36/165 35/164 32/191 25/151 18/134 9/111 9/147

SHA 3 3 1 10 5 4 4 6

PCT 25.7 21.8 21.3 16.8 16.6 13.4 8.1 6.1

Penalty Kill: 1 Minnesota 2 Minnesota Duluth 3 Wisconsin 4 Bemidji State 5 North Dakota 6 Minnesota State 7 Ohio State 8 St. Cloud State

Totals 164/184 126/142 126/143 107/123 141/164 127/157 105/133 119/176

SHF 6 7 13 2 2 5 4 1

PCT 89.1 88.7 88.1 87.0 86.0 80.9 78.9 67.6

Power 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Combined Special Teams: 1 Minnesota 2 Wisconsin 3 Minnesota Duluth 4 Minnesota State 5 North Dakota 6 Bemidji State 7 Ohio State 8 St. Cloud State

Totals 200/349 170/314 161/306 136/268 173/355 125/257 130/284 128/323

PCT 57.3 54.1 52.6 50.7 48.7 48.6 45.8 39.6

Allowed by Periods: Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Wisconsin Bemidji State North Dakota Ohio State Minnesota State St. Cloud State

PPF 44 35 36 32 18 25 9 9

SHA 3 1 3 10 4 5 4 6

PP +41 +34 +33 +22 +14 +20 +5 +3

PPA 17 16 20 23 16 28 30 57

SHF 13 7 6 2 2 4 5 1

SH -4 -9 -14 -21 -14 -24 -25 -56

NET +37 +25 +19 +1 0 -4 -20 -53


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Final 2010-11 WCHA Player Statistics • All Games Point 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Scoring: GP PPG G- A- P Meghan Duggan Wisconsin SR F 41 2.12 39-48-87 Hilary Knight Wisconsin JR F 41 1.98 47-34-81 Brianna Decker Wisconsin SO F 41 1.95 34-46-80 Jocelyne Lamoureux North Dakota SO F 33 1.73 28-29-57 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls North Dakota SO F/D 33 1.64 22-32-54 Elin Holmlov Minnesota Duluth SR F 34 1.53 18-34-52 Amanda Kessel Minnesota FR F 35 1.43 19-31-50 Haley Irwin Minnesota Duluth JR F 24 2.00 18-30-48 Laura McIntosh Ohio State JR F 33 1.42 14-33-47 Brooke Ammerman Wisconsin JR F 37 1.22 17-28-45 Sarah Erickson Minnesota JR F 37 1.16 21-22-43 Natalie Spooner Ohio State JR F 29 1.34 26-13-39 Kelly Terry Minnesota FR F 38 1.03 15-24-39 14 Jessica Wong Minnesota Duluth SO F 33 1.15 15-23-38 Erin Cody Bemidji State SR F 35 1.09 20-18-38 16 Pernilla Winberg Minnesota Duluth SO F 33 1.03 13-21-34 Alyssa Wiebe North Dakota JR F 36 0.94 13-21-34 18 Jen Schoullis Minnesota JR F 38 0.84 18-14-32 Sarah Davis Minnesota FR F 38 0.84 11-21-32 20 Hokey Langan Ohio State SO F 27 1.15 13-18-31 Carolyne Prévost Wisconsin JR F 36 0.86 19-12-31 22 Jocelyne Larocque Minnesota Duluth SR D 32 0.91 8-21-29 23 Anne Schleper Minnesota JR D 38 0.74 8-20-28 24 Emily Erickson Bemidji State SO F 33 0.82 16-11-27 Mallory Deluce Wisconsin SR F 37 0.73 8-19-27 26 Audrey Cournoyer Minnesota Duluth SO F 34 0.76 15-11-26 Madison Packer Wisconsin FR F 38 0.68 13-13-26 28 Brittany Ammerman Wisconsin FR F 39 0.64 13-12-25 /DXUD)ULGÀQQVRQ0LQQHVRWD'XOXWK65) 30 Katherine Wilson Minnesota Duluth SO F 33 0.70 8-15-23 Shannon Reilly Ohio State SR D 34 0.68 9-14-23 Megan Bozek Minnesota SO D 37 0.62 6-17-23 33 Jordan Slavin North Dakota SO D 26 0.85 6-16-22 Sadie Lundquist Bemidji State SO F 35 0.63 8-14-22 35 Annie Bauerfeld Bemidji State SR F 35 0.60 6-15-21 Kathleen Rogan Minnesota State FR F 36 0.58 12- 9-21 37 Sara Dagenais North Dakota JR F 36 0.56 9-11-20 38 Kelly Wild Ohio State JR D 36 0.53 3-16-19 Stefanie McKeough Wisconsin SO D/D 37 0.51 3-16-19 Becky Kortum Minnesota SO F 38 0.50 14- 5-19 41 Brienna Gillanders Minnesota Duluth FR F 34 0.53 10- 8-18 42 Kelly Seeler Minnesota JR D 38 0.45 5-12-17 43 Allison Parizek North Dakota SO F 34 0.47 7- 9-16 Montana Vichorek Bemidji State JR D 35 0.46 2-14-16 Tina Hollowell Ohio State SO F 36 0.44 3-13-16 Geena Prough Wisconsin SR D/F 41 0.39 3-13-16 47 Mary Loken North Dakota SO F 36 0.42 8- 7-15 Lauren Smith Minnesota State SO F 36 0.42 4-11-15 Brittany Haverstock Wisconsin JR D 37 0.41 5-10-15 50 Ally Tarr Ohio State FR F 36 0.39 7- 7-14 51 Paige Semenza Ohio State SO F 34 0.38 7- 6-13 Jamie Kenyon Minnesota Duluth FR F 34 0.38 5- 8-13 Erin Johnson Bemidji State SR F 35 0.37 6- 7-13 54 Nina Tikkinen Minnesota State SR F 27 0.44 5- 7-12 Moira O'Connor Minnesota State JR F 35 0.34 6- 6-12 Kelly Nash Wisconsin SR F 36 0.33 3- 9-12 Mira Jalosuo Minnesota SO D 38 0.32 4- 8-12 58 Julia Gilbert St. Cloud State FR F 35 0.31 6- 5-11 Breann Frykas Wisconsin SO F 41 0.27 4- 7-11 Saige Pacholok Wisconsin SO D 41 0.27 2- 9-11 61 Minttu Tuominen Ohio State SO F 32 0.31 2- 8-10 Molli Mott St. Cloud State FR F 34 0.29 5- 5-10 Tracy McCann Minnesota State FR F 35 0.29 6- 4-10 Marlee Wheelhouse Bemidji State JR D 35 0.29 2- 8-10 Kelsey Ketcher North Dakota JR F 36 0.28 6- 4-10 Melissa Feste Ohio State JR F 36 0.28 4- 6-10 Candace Molle North Dakota SO D 36 0.28 2- 8-10 Anne Dronen Wisconsin SR D 41 0.24 2- 8-10 Kelly Jaminski Wisconsin FR D 41 0.24 0-10-10 70 Ashley Furia North Dakota SO D/F 36 0.25 2- 7- 9 Bethany Brausen Minnesota FR F 38 0.24 2- 7- 9 Goal Scoring: 1 Hilary Knight 2 Meghan Duggan 3 Brianna Decker 4 Jocelyne Lamoureux 5 Natalie Spooner

Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin North Dakota Ohio State

JR SR SO SO JR

F F F F F

GP 41 41 41 33 29

GPG 1.15 0.95 0.83 0.85 0.90

G 47 39 34 28 26


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Final 2010-11 WCHA Player Statistics con’t Assist Scoring: 1 Meghan Duggan 2 Brianna Decker 3 Elin Holmlov Hilary Knight 5 Laura McIntosh

Wisconsin Wisconsin Minnesota Duluth Wisconsin Ohio State

SR SO SR JR JR

F F F F F

GP 41 41 34 41 33

APG 1.17 1.12 1.00 0.83 1.00

A 48 46 34 34 33

Power Play Points: 1 Meghan Duggan 2 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls Brooke Ammerman Anne Schleper Brianna Decker

Wisconsin North Dakota Wisconsin Minnesota Wisconsin

SR SO JR JR SO

F F/D F D F

GP 41 33 37 38 41

PPG 0.68 0.61 0.54 0.53 0.49

G- A- P 11-17-28 7-13-20 8-12-20 5-15-20 7-13-20

Short-Handed Points: GP PPG G- A- P 1 Brianna Decker Wisconsin SO F 41 0.15 3- 3- 6 /DXUD)ULGÀQQVRQ0LQQHVRWD'XOXWK65) Elin Holmlov Minnesota Duluth SR F 34 0.12 1- 3- 4 Meghan Duggan Wisconsin SR F 41 0.10 3- 1- 4 5 Haley Irwin Minnesota Duluth JR F 24 0.12 2- 1- 3 Amanda Kessel Minnesota FR F 35 0.09 3- 0- 3 Carolyne Prévost Wisconsin JR F 36 0.08 2- 1- 3 Mallory Deluce Wisconsin SR F 37 0.08 2- 1- 3 Game-Winning Goals: 1 Brianna Decker 2 Hilary Knight 3 Sarah Erickson Meghan Duggan 5 Natalie Spooner Amanda Kessel

Wisconsin Wisconsin Minnesota Wisconsin Ohio State Minnesota

SO JR JR SR JR FR

F F F F F F

GP 41 41 37 41 29 35

Defenseman Scoring: 1 Jocelyne Larocque 2 Anne Schleper 3 Shannon Reilly Megan Bozek 5 Jordan Slavin

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Ohio State Minnesota North Dakota

SR JR SR SO SO

D D D D D

GP 32 38 34 37 26

PPG 0.91 0.74 0.68 0.62 0.85

G- A- P 8-21-29 8-20-28 9-14-23 6-17-23 6-16-22

Freshman Scoring: 1 Amanda Kessel 2 Kelly Terry 3 Sarah Davis 4 Madison Packer 5 Brittany Ammerman 6 Kathleen Rogan 7 Brienna Gillanders 8 Ally Tarr 9 Jamie Kenyon 10 Julia Gilbert

Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Wisconsin Wisconsin Minnesota State Minnesota Duluth Ohio State Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State

F F F F F F F F F F

GP 35 38 38 38 39 36 34 36 34 35

PPG 1.43 1.03 0.84 0.68 0.64 0.58 0.53 0.39 0.38 0.31

G- A- P 19-31-50 15-24-39 11-21-32 13-13-26 13-12-25 12- 9-21 10- 8-18 7- 7-14 5- 8-13 6- 5-11

Goals Against Average: 1 Kim Martin Minnesota Duluth 2 Alex Rigsby Wisconsin 3 Noora Räty Minnesota 4 Zuzana Tomcikova Bemidji State 5 Jennifer Harss Minnesota Duluth 6 Stephanie Ney North Dakota 7 Lisa Steffes Ohio State 8 Alli Altmann Minnesota State 9 Ashley Nixon St. Cloud State Minimum 33% of Team Minutes Played

G 12 8 6 6 5 5

SR FR SO JR SO JR FR JR SR

Minutes 1174:51 1844:52 2036:41 1631:38 841:14 1492:03 2158:05 1557:41 1644:38

GA 27 54 60 50 26 58 112 82 139

GAA 1.38 1.76 1.77 1.84 1.85 2.33 3.11 3.16 5.07

Saves 484 964 692 351 630 632 1085 737 946

GA 27 60 50 26 54 58 112 82 139

Pct .947 .941 .933 .931 .921 .916 .906 .900 .872

Save Percentage: 1 Kim Martin 2 Noora Räty 3 Zuzana Tomcikova 4 Jennifer Harss 5 Alex Rigsby 6 Stephanie Ney 7 Lisa Steffes 8 Alli Altmann 9 Ashley Nixon

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Bemidji State Minnesota Duluth Wisconsin North Dakota Ohio State Minnesota State St. Cloud State

SR SO JR SO FR JR FR JR SR

Winning Percentage: 1 Alex Rigsby 2 Noora Räty 3 Kim Martin 4 Stephanie Ney 5 Jennifer Harss 6 Zuzana Tomcikova 7 Lisa Steffes 8 Alli Altmann 9 Ashley Nixon

Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth North Dakota Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State Ohio State Minnesota State St. Cloud State

FR SO SR JR SO JR FR JR SR

W- L27- 125- 814- 616- 78- 313-1114-194-211-28-

T 2 2 0 2 3 3 3 2 1

Pct .933 .743 .700 .680 .679 .537 .431 .185 .050


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2011-12 WCHA Women’s Composite Schedule September Date Fri/23

Sat/24 Sun/25 Fri/30

Game Wilfrid Laurier @ Ohio State (X) Lindenwood Univ. @ Wisconsin (NC) Thunderbay Queens @ Bemidji State (X) Univ. of Manitoba @ North Dakota (X) Univ. of Manitoba @ North Dakota (X) Lindenwood Univ. @ Wisconsin (NC) North Dakota @ Boston University (NC) Providence College @ Bemidji State (NC) East/West Showcase @ Ridder Arena, Minneapolis, MN Syracuse vs St. Cloud State (NC) Union College vs Minnesota (NC) Minnesota Whitecaps @ Minnesota Duluth (X) Lindenwood Univ. @ Minnesota State (NC)

October Date Sat/1

Fri/7 Sat/8

Sun/9 Fri/14

Sat/15

Sun/16 Thu/20 Fri/21

Sat/22 Fri/28

Game North Dakota @ Boston University (NC) Providence College @ Bemidji State (NC) East/West Showcase @ Ridder Arena, Minneapolis, MN Union College vs St. Cloud State (NC) Syracuse vs Minnesota (NC) Minnesota Whitecaps @ Minnesota Duluth (X) Lindenwood Univ. @ Minnesota State (NC) Bemidji State @ Ohio State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Mercyhurst @ Minnesota State (NC) Bemidji State @ Ohio State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Boston College @ Minnesota Duluth (NC) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Mercyhurst @ Minnesota State (NC) North Dakota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Boston College @ Minnesota Duluth (NC) Bemidji State @ Maine (NC) Minnesota State @ Robert Morris (NC) Minnesota Duluth @ Connecticut (NC) St. Cloud State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Maine (NC) Minnesota State @ Robert Morris (NC) Minnesota Duluth @ Connecticut (NC) St. Cloud State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Vermont @ North Dakota (NC) Minnesota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Vermont @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Ohio State @ North Dakota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Ohio State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Robert Morris @ St. Cloud State (NC) Minnesota @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Boston University @ Wisconsin (NC)

Time 7:07 pm CT 7:37 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:00 pm ET 7:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT

Time 3:00 pm ET 4:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 6:07 pm CT 6:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 1:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 7:00 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 7:07 pm ET 7:07 pm CT 7:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 4:00 pm ET 4:07 pm ET 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 6:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT

Date Sat/29

Sun/30

Game Robert Morris @ St. Cloud State (NC) Minnesota @ Bemidji State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Boston University @ Wisconsin (NC) North Dakota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)

November Date Fri/4

Sat/5

Thu/10 Fri/18

Sat/19

Sun/20 Fri/25

Sat/26 Sun/27

Game Wisconsin @ Ohio State (WCHA) North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Ohio State (WCHA) North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota (WCHA) Lindenwood Univ. vs Bemidji State @ Eveleth, MN (U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game) (NC) Ohio State @ Syracuse (NC) St. Cloud State @ Niagara (NC) Wisconsin @ Rensselaer (NC) New Hampshire @ Minnesota (NC) Minnesota State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Ohio State @ Syracuse (NC) Wisconsin @ Rensselaer (NC) St. Cloud State @ Niagara (NC) Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) New Hampshire @ Minnesota (NC) Minnesota State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Ohio State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Bemidji State (WCHA) @ Crookston, MN Minnesota Duluth @ Ohio State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Harvard (NC) Minnesota @ Harvard (NC) St. Cloud State @ Wisconsin (WCHA)

December Date Fri/2

Sat/3

Fri/9 Sat/10

Sun/11

Game Niagara @ Ohio State (NC) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota @ North Dakota (WCHA) Niagara @ Ohio State (NC) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota @ North Dakota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ North Dakota (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ North Dakota (WCHA)

Time 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT

Time 7:07 pm ET 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 6:07 pm CT 4:07 pm ET 2:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:00 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 4:00 pm ET 4:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 3:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 4:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET 2:07 pm CT

Time 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT


2011-12 WCHA Women’s Release • 092111

2011-12 WCHA Women’s Schedule con’t Date Fri/16 Sat/17 Fri/30 Sat/31

Game Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Robert Morris (NC) Princeton @ Ohio State (NC) Bemidji State @ Robert Morris (NC) Princeton @ Ohio State (NC)

Time 7:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 5:00 pm ET 2:07 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 12:07 pm ET

Date Fri/17

Sat/18

Game Minnesota State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Bemidji State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota (WCHA) Ohio State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Bemidji State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)

Time 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 6:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 12:37 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 6:07 pm CT

• end of regular season •

January Date Wed/4 Fri/6 Sat/7 Fri/13 Sat/14

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Sat/21

Fri/27

Sat/28

Game Lindenwood Univ. @ North Dakota (NC) Minnesota State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Ohio State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Ohio State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota (WCHA) Ohio State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ North Dakota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Wisconsin @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Wisconsin (WCHA)

Time 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 6:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 4:07 pm ET 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 4:07 pm ET 2:07 pm CT 3:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT

Fri/24

Sat/25

Sun/26

March Date Fri/2

Sat/3 Fri/9 Sat/10 Sun/11 Fri/16

Sun/18

February Date Fri/3

Sat/4 Sun/5 Fri/10

Sat/11

Game Minnesota State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Bemidji State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Bemidji State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Ohio State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Ohio State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota State (WCHA)

Time 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 7:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 2:07 pm CT 4:07 pm ET 3:07 pm CT

2011 WCHA Playoffs • 1st Round • Best-of-Three (#8 Rank @ #1 Rank) TBA (#7 Rank @ #2 Rank) TBA (#6 Rank @ #3 Rank) TBA (#5 Rank @ #4 Rank) TBA 2011 WCHA Playoffs • 1st Round • Best-of-Three (#8 Rank @ #1 Rank) TBA (#7 Rank @ #2 Rank) TBA (#6 Rank @ #3 Rank) TBA (#5 Rank @ #4 Rank) TBA 2011 WCHA Playoffs • 1st Round • Best-of-Three (#8 Rank @ #1 Rank) (if necessary) TBA (#7 Rank @ #2 Rank) (if necessary) TBA (#6 Rank @ #3 Rank) (if necessary) TBA (#5 Rank @ #4 Rank) (if necessary) TBA

Game 2012 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF @ AMSOIL Arena, Duluth, MN Semi-Final #1 Semi-Final #2 2012 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF @ AMSOIL Arena, Duluth, MN Championship Game NCAA Women’s Regionals (TBA) NCAA Women’s Regionals (TBA) NCAA Women’s Regionals (TBA) 2012 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four @ AMSOIL Arena, Duluth, MN Semi-Final #1 Semi-Final #2 2012 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four @ AMSOIL Arena, Duluth, MN Championship Game

Time 4:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT TBA TBA TBA TBA pm ET TBA pm ET TBA pm ET

Schedule Key Face-offs for all Association-member home games are at either :07 or :37 after the hour; (WCHA) conference; (NC) non-conference; (X) exhibition; tournaments/special events in BOLD


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