Some Numbers on the Huskies

February 23, 2012


Photo Courtesy of Dave Luca

  • NU has outscored their opponents 65-47 in even strength situations.  They have given up 36 special team goals while scoring just 20.
  • The Huskies are 3-8-3 when giving up the first goal of the game.
  • 2-7 when trailing after the first, 0-8-3 when trailing after the second
  • The Huskies have a winning record when they take more penalties than their opponent.  They have a losing record when they take less or equal.
  • 3-9-2 following a loss, 7-3-1 following a win
  • 3-14-5 when scoring less than 4 goals
  • Out of 58 teams in the country Northeastern’s Power Play ranks 52nd.  The Penalty Kill ranks 41st.
  • Northeastern is tied with Maine for most shorthanded goals allowed with 9.   Maine has had 22 more power plays.


  • The Huskies are undefeated when Cody Ferriero (8-0-2), Dan Cornell (4-0), or Adam Reid (5-0-2) scores a point
  • The Huskies are undefeated when Anthony Bitetto (9-0-4), Adam Reid (5-0-1),  Zak Stone (4-0-0), or Cody Ferriero (8-0-1) have a positive +/-
  • As a line, Quailer-Pimm-Ferriero was a +36.  No other line combination is better than +7
  • Everyone of the regular D pairs has a positive +/-
  • The longest goal scoring droughts on the team are owned by Drew Daniels (28 games) and Joe Manno (25 games).


  • Drew Ellement: One of just 5 Huskies to appear in all 30 games this season.
  • Josh Manson: His +12 is tied with Braden Pimm for best on the team.
  • Dan Cornell:  Both of his goals this season have been Game Winning Goals.
  • Anthony Bitetto: Leads all NU defenseman with 11 points this season.
  • Adam Reid: Currently on a 2 game point streak, the first of his career.
  • Garrett Vermeersch: 3rd on the team* in career points with 54.  One of just 5* Huskies to play in 100 Career games. * counting Vinny Saponari’s totals from BU
  • Steve Quailer: Tied for team lead with 9 career multi-point games.
  • Justin Daniels: Needs just 2 points in the final 4 games to set a career high in points.
  • Steve Morra: Has taken 6 shots in 6 games.  Actually looks like he cares.
  • Braden Pimm: Has already doubled his point total from last year.
  • Mike McLaughlin: Despite missing 5 games due to injury, he has already set a career high in assists and tied his career high in points.
  • Ben Oskroba: Has not registered a point in 7 career games, but has picked up 7 penalties.  Tied for tallest player on the team at 6’5 with Rawlings.
  • Luke Eibler: Is a +21 for his career (67 games), which is good for second on the team behind Quailer.
  • Zak Stone:  Scored his first two career goals this season.
  • Drew Daniels: Has just 3 penalties this season while appearing in every game.  His brother also has just 3 penalties, which puts them tied for the second fewest on the team.
  • Alex Tuckerman: Leads all Huskies with 7 career power play goals.
  • Clay Witt: Set a career high with 36 saves in the Beanpot Consolation game.
  • Chris Rawlings: Currently has the best GAA and Save Percentage of his career.
  • Rob Dongara: Has taken 20 shots in just 12 games.
  • Ludwig Karlsson: Has 0.86 points per game which is 3rd best in Hockey East among freshman and 7th best in the country among freshman.
  • Vinny Saponari:  Leds the team in career games played, goals, assists and points (Most of which came in 2 seasons with BU)
  • Cody Ferriero: Doubled his point total from last year despite playing in just half the amount of games.
  • Robbie Vrolyk: Shortest guy on the team at 5’7.  Has 2 career 2-goal games.  Both came against UMass.
  • Joseph Manno: Both of his goals this season came in the same game vs BC.

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