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Scamurra also discussed Coyne’s influence, reflecting on the difficulty of the 2013-14 season when Coyne missed the season for the Olympics.

“She just makes the atmosphere so much more positive,” she said.

Scamurra noted her teammate’s selflessness on the ice — the two make up a dominant starting line for the Huskies.

“She probably wasn’t even thinking of herself on that [100th] goal,” Scamurra said.

As the team captain and leading scorer, Coyne has played a massive role in the success the Huskies have enjoyed so far this season. While she reached a big milestone, Coyne would not let her focus be swayed. It was business as usual this weekend for her and the team.

“I don’t really look at the personal milestones,” she said after Saturday’s rout of Boston University. “I’m more looking forward to the next game after a good win.”

Coyne was just a cog in the machine that cranked out a 7-1 win over the Terriers in Northeastern’s first Hockey East matchup of the season. With that win and a 4-0 shutout of Providence on Sunday, the Huskies improved to 6-1-1 on the season and 2-0 in Hockey East.

Sophomore forward Denisa Krizova had another big weekend for NU, tallying six points between the two games to lead the offense.

With assists from Krizova, Coyne found the back of the net twice on Sunday.

Freshman goalie Brittany Bugalski was strong in the back end. She stopped 29 of the 30 shots she faced against BU before blanking Providence to wrap up the weekend.

Following the philosophy of Coyne, the Huskies are looking ahead to their next conference game, a road contest with Merrimack College on Friday.
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