Nov. 20, 2004
Manchester, N.H. - The Hawks came alive in the third period, scoring two goals to edge Holy Cross, 2-1, in an ECAC East game on Saturday night.
Holy Cross goalie Casey McCullion (Philadelphia, Pa.) held the Hawks scoreless until 8:25 into the third period when Aislinn Doherty (Charlestown, Mass.) scored her first goal of the season to tie the game.
Just 40 seconds later, Saint Anselm took its first lead of the game on a goal by Lindsay Snow (Amherst, N.H.) which would carry to the finish as the Hawks had a 16-1 shot advantage in the third period.
The Crusaders only goal came in the first period when Kathleen Remsberg (Arlington, Mass.) ended the Hawks' streak of 22 straight penalty kills to start the season with a power play goal.
Andrea Berlin (Durham, N.H.) had 15 saves in the win. McCullion was stellar in net for Holy Cross for all but 40 seconds of the game stopping 30 saves.
The Crusaders, who are now 2-4-0 overall and 2-3 in ECAC East, take on Weslyan on Tuesday, Nov. 23, in Middletown, Conn. at 7 p.m.