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enior Wahsontiio Stacey (Kahnawake, Que.) recorded a hat trick but Drew Shore and Matt Donovan both scored a pair of goals to lead No. 9 Denver to a 5-3 come-from-behind victory at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse on Friday night. Vermont had a 2-0 lead midway through the game but the Pioneers responded with four unanswered goals to beat the Catamounts in the season opener for the second straight year.
Sophomore Emily Walsh (Suffield, Conn.) had a goal and an assist and freshman Roxanne Douville (Beloeil, Quebec) made 26 saves as the Catamounts came back from a two-goal deficit to tie the McGill Martlets 2-2.
Nicole van Oosterom scored twice to lead No. 11 Boston University to a 6-0 victory over the Vermont field hockey team in the America East opener for both squads on Friday afternoon at Moulton Winder Field. The Terriers used a 30-1 shot advantage to improve to 7-3 overall and 1-0 in league play on the year.
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A look back at the Catamounts 2009-10 season. Vermont finished with a record of 17-15-7. The Catamounts advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second straight season. Edited by Associate Head Coach - John Micheletto
Hobey Baker Finalist Blake Geoffrion scored the game-winning goal on the power play and added an assist to lead No. 5 Wisconsin to a 3-2 victory against No. 14 Vermont at the Xcel Energy Center in the NCAA West Regional in a game televised on ESPNU on Friday night. The top-seeded Badgers overcame a 2-1 first period deficit to improve to 26-10-4 on the season as they advanced to the West Regional Championship game on Saturday against second-seeded St. Cloud State. The Catamounts ended their season at 17-15-7 with the loss.
The University of Vermont men's hockey team (17-14-7) has earned a No. 4 seed for the 2010 NCAA Tournament and will face top-seeded Wisconsin (25-10-4) in the opening round of the West Regional at the Xcel Energy Center the home of the Minnesota Wild in St. Paul, Minn., on Friday at 9 pm (EST). The game will be televised on ESPNU HD and broadcast on WVMT-620 AM
The line of Chris Kreider, Ben Smith and Jimmy Hayes scored all three of BC's goals in their 3-0 shutout victory over the Vermont Catamounts Friday afternoon at the TD Garden. John Muse made 29 saves in the victory. The Eagles will face the winner of the Maine-BU game, which is currently in progress. Find out what Muse, Smith and BC head coach Jerry York had to say about the Eagle victory, while UVM forward Colin Vock, goaltender Rob Madore and Cats head coach Kevin Sneddon share their thoughts on the teams loss. For more Hockey East tournament coverage, please visit InsideHockey.com all weekend long
Junior goaltender John Muse made 30 saves and sophomore forward Jimmy Hayes had a goal and two assists to lead Boston College to a 3-0 win against Vermont on Friday night in the first Hockey East semifinal at TD Garden.
The eighth-seeded Catamounts are 17-13-7 (9-11-7 HEA) while the second-seeded Eagles are 23-10-3 (16-8-3 HEA). Vermont knocked off top-seeded New Hampshire in the Hockey East Quarterfinals and BC defeated seventh-seeded Massachusetts. The University of Vermont mens hockey game this Friday at the TD Garden in Boston against Boston College in the Hockey East Semifinals will be televised on New England Sports Network at 5 pm NESN is available on channel 39 throughout Vermont for Comcast subscribers. NESN is also available on channel 434 on DISH Network, channel 628 on DirecTV and channel 36 on Burlington Telecom.
The 19th-ranked University of Vermont mens hockey team (15-12-7; 9-11-7 HEA) visits No. 11 New Hampshire (16-11-7; 15-6-6 HEA) this weekend at the Whittemore Center for a best-of-three Hockey East Quarterfinal series. The Catamounts are the No. 8 seed while the Wildcats are the top seed after winning the regular season championship in Hockey East.
The Catamounts travel to Tsongas Arena to face the River Hawks in a critical two game series on the final weekend of the regular season. Vermont enters the weekend in a three way tie for fifth place with Northeastern and Boston University. The River Hawks currently hold the fourth and final home ice playoff spot with a slim one point margin. The Catamounts can still finish anywhere from fourth to ninth in Hockey East. In their only meeting of the season Vermont came from behind to earn a 3-3 tie in early November.
Junior Josh Burrows (Prairie Grove, Ill.) continued his hot hand by scoring the game-winning goal with 3:42 left in the third period to lead No. 20 Vermont to a 3-2 victory against No. 18 Boston University at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse on Sunday afternoon in a game televised on ESPNU. The Catamounts improved to 15-11-6 (9-10-6 HEA) with the win and moved into a tie for fifth-place in the Hockey East standings on Senior Day.
No. 18 Vermont exploded for seven goals and newly converted forward Josh Burrows (Prairie Grove, Ill.) scored twice as the Catamounts defeated No. 20 Boston University 7-3 at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse in game televised on NESN in Hockey East action on Friday night. The Catamounts improved to 14-11-6 (8-10-6 HEA) with the victory while the Terriers dropped to 14-14-3 (11-11-2 HEA) with the loss.
Providence used three goals in the third period to help propel a 5-2 victory in the season finale over the University of Vermont on Saturday afternoon at Gutterson Fieldhouse. The Catamounts finish the 2009-10 season with a record of 10-22-1 and 5-15-1 in Hockey East. The 10 wins marks a school record for wins in a season at the Division I level.
No. 17 Vermont dropped a 5-4 overtime decision to No. 13 New Hampshire in Hockey East action on Friday night at the Whittemore Center. Senior Peter LeBlanc scored the game-winning goal at 1:25 of overtime for the Wildcats. Seniors Brayden Irwin, Patrick Cullity, Jonathan Higgins and Colin Vock all scored for the Catamounts.
A Jean ONeill goal 29 seconds after Vermont tied the game at 2-2 in the third period helped propel Providence to a 4-2 victory over Vermont in womens hockey action Friday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse. Vermont senior Chelsea Furlani (Colchester, Vt.) scored just 32 seconds into the third period to tie the game at 2-2. Furlani unleashed a slapshot from just inside the blue line on the power play for her 25th career goal as a Catamount. Furlani is now Vermonts Division I all-time leading goal scorer.
Freshman Stephane Da Costa scored the game-winning goal with 1:29 left in the third period to lead Merrimack to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory against No. 17 Vermont at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse in Hockey East action on Saturday night. The Warriors scored two goals just 19 seconds apart in the final 2 minutes to earn the victory. "We lost as a team in a very heartbreaking way, Vermont head coach Kevin Sneddon said. I'm just disappointed that two games in a row we just couldn't close it out."
No. 17 Vermont skated to a 2-2 with Merrimack at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse in Hockey East action on Friday night. Juniors Kyle Medvec (Burnsville, Minn.) and Jack Downing (New Canaan, Conn.) each scored goals for the Catamounts, who extended their unbeaten streak to four games and moved to 13-9-5 (7-8-5 HEA).
No. 17 Vermont (13-9-4, 7-8-4 HEA) hosts a two-game set against Merrimack (10-15-0, 7-11-0 HEA) at Gutterson Fieldhouse this Friday (Feb. 12) and Saturday (Feb. 13). Both games start at 7:05 pm Coming off a three point weekend at Providence the Catamounts look to make a late season push up the Hockey East standings.
The Catamounts push for the playoffs continues at Providence this weekend. The Catamounts will play a two-game weekend series against the Friars beginning on Friday, February 5 at Schneider Arena. In 39 all-time meetings between Vermont and Providence, the Catamounts lead 21-15-3. In the first meeting this season, the Catamounts defeated the Friars, 3-0, on November 8 at the Gutterson Fieldhouse.
Freshman Erin Wente scored with two and a half minutes left in the game to give the University of Vermont womens hockey team a 2-1 victory over No. 4 New Hampshire on Wednesday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse. After the game Catamounts TV spoke with Erin Wente, Brittany Nelson, and Tim Bothwell about Vermont's first ever win against UNH. Head Coach Tim Bothwell, called it the "biggest win" in Catamounts Division-1 history.
On January 30, 2010 the University of Vermont hosted their hockey alumni for a special game and banquet before the Catamounts took on the Maine Black Bears in Hockey East action. Former Vermont Hockey players, Aaron Miller, Mark Lutz, Thomas Colby, Richard DellaRusso, and Thomas McNamara spoke with Catamounts TV about the event.
Junior Wahsontiio Stacey recorded two goals and two assists to lead No. 17 Vermont to a 4-4 tie against No. 19 Maine at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse in Hockey East action on Saturday night. Senior co-captain Brian Roloff added a goal and two assists as the Catamounts moved to 12-9-3 (6-8-3 HEA) on the season.
Sophomore Gustav Nyquist, the nations third leading scorer, had a goal and two assists and No. 19 Maine scored four power-play goals on the way to a 6-3 victory against No. 17 Vermont at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse on Friday night. Sophomore Scott Darling stopped 31 shots as the Black Bears improved to 12-9-2 (9-6-1 HEA) with the win. The Catamounts fell to 12-9-2 (6-8-2 HEA) with the loss.
Sophomore Rob Madore stopped 31 shots to record his third career shutout and No. 17 Vermont went 9-for-9 on the penalty kill in a 3-0 victory against No. 15 Massachusetts at the Mullins Center on Sunday afternoon in a game televised on ESPNU. Footage Courtesy: ESPNU
Peggy Wakeham (Bay Roberts, Newfoundland) scored a power-play goal 42 seconds into overtime to give the University of Vermont a 2-1 victory over Boston U on Friday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse. The Catamounts improve to 7-16-1 overall and 2-9-1 in Hockey East action while the loss drops the Terriers to 9-7-8 and 5-5-3 in Hockey East games this season. The two teams will finish their two-game series tomorrow at 4 pm at Gutterson Fieldhouse.
The University of Vermont women's hockey team hosts Hockey East foe Boston U for a two-game series this weekend. Friday's (Jan. 22) game is scheduled to start at 7 pm and Saturday's (Jan. 23) game is slated to start at 4 pm Friday night will also be Hockey East Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer game. The event will feature a pregame presentation with the Vermont Cancer Center and Green Mountain Coffee.
Senior Brayden Irwin notched a hat trick and junior Justin Milo scored twice as No. 18 Vermont rolled to a 9-2 victory against Northeastern at Gutterson Fieldhouse in Hockey East action on Saturday night. Seniors Brian Roloff and Colin Vock as well as junior Kyle Medvec each added three points for the Catamounts, who improved to 11-7-2 (5-6-2 HEA) with the victory.
Northeastern blocked 19 shots and scored three unanswered goals to overcome an earlier deficit en route to a 3-1 victory over No. 18 Vermont at a sold out Gutterson Fieldhouse in Hockey East action on Friday night. The Catamounts dropped to 10-7-2 (4-6-2 HEA) with the loss while the Huskies improved to 9-10-1 (5-9-1 HEA) with the win.
Vermont exploded for five goals and continued its non-conference dominance en route to winning the Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup, 5-2, against No. 12 Minnesota-Duluth at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Sunday night. The Catamounts improved to 10-6-2 (4-5-2 HEA) with the win.
Four different Catamounts scored goals, sophomore Rob Madore made 31 saves and special teams shined again for Vermont in a hard-fought 4-3 victory against Dartmouth on Saturday evening at Gutterson Fieldouse.
Sophomore Rob Madore made 21 saves to earn his second career shutout and senior co-captain Brian Roloff scored a pair of power-play goals to lead Vermont to a 3-0 win against St. Lawrence
Five different players recorded goals and senior Brian Foster made 28 saves to lead New Hampshire to a 5-2 victory against No. 19 Vermont in front of a sellout at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Sunday afternoon.
Sophomore Rob Madore made 37 saves while Chris McCarthy, David Pacan and Wahsontiio Stacey each scored goals in a 3-3 tie between Vermont and Boston University.
Alyssa Wohlfeiler's second period goal was all the Huskies needed on Wednesday as No. 7/8 Northeastern (10-2-2, 6-1-2-1 Hockey East) skated to a 1-0 win over Vermont (5-7-1, 1-5-1-0 Hockey East) at Matthews Arena. It was Wohlfeiler's second game-winner in as many nights and her fourth in the last seven games. Sophomore netminder Florence Schelling made 25 saves for her fourth shutout of the season and third vs. Vermont in 2009.
Junior James Marcou had a career high five assists and sophomore Casey Wellman recorded a hat trick as No. 9 Massachusetts defeated No. 18 Vermont 6-2
Catamounts TV looks ahead to Tuesday's game against the Minutemen with Head Coach Kevin Sneddon, Mike Spillane and Kevan Miller.
After splitting two games at Boston College earlier this season the Catamounts and Eagles went at each other Friday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse. Vermont rallied from down 2-0, and 3-2 to earn at least a point. Overtime solved nothing and the game went to a shootout. BC's Blake Bolden scored the only goal of the shootout to earn the Eagles the extra point. Catamounts TV spoke with Kailey Nash after the game, who had two goals on the night.
In the second game of their weekend series the Catamounts secured their first Hockey East win of the season with an impressive 5-1 win over the Boston College Eagles.
Senior Mike Spillane (Bow, NH) made 33 saves to earn his first career shutout and junior Justin Milo (Edina, Minn.) scored a pair of goals to lift No. 15 Vermont to a 3-0 victory against Providence in front of a sellout crowd at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Sunday evening.
Catamounts TV has all the action from Vermont's spirited 3-3 tie with UMass Lowell Friday night.
Three first half goals led Providence to a 4-0 victory over the University of Vermont field hockey team on Sunday afternoon. Sundays game wrapped up the season for the Catamounts, as seniors Joanna Berger (Rhinebeck, NY), Kristen Heavens (Harwinton, Conn.), Megan Maynard (Waterbury Center, Vt.), Sarah Meacham (North Hartland, Vt.) and Chelsea Stevenson (Crosswicks, NJ) were each honored prior to the final home game of their Vermont careers. The Senior Day ceremony can be seen after the highlights of Sunday's game.
The University of Vermont defeated Princeton 4-3 in womens hockey on Friday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse. It was Vermonts first win in school-history over the Tigers.
No. 11 Vermont went 8-for-8 on the penalty kill and sophomore goalie Rob Madore (Pittsburgh, Pa.) stopped 22 shots as the Catamounts defeated No. 12 Boston College 4-1 in front of a sellout crowd at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Sunday night. Footage courtesy of ESPNU
Catamounts TV previews Vermont's Hockey East opener this Sunday (5 PM, ESPNU) vs. #12 Boston College.