Women’s hockey takes down Dartmouth, BU

التسجيل في تداول سوق الذهب forex calendar widget android By Julianne Desjardins, news correspondent

växla pengar på forex med kort The Northeastern University (NU) women’s hockey team extended its unbeaten streak to six games with wins over Dartmouth University on Friday and Boston University (BU) on Tuesday.

التجاره في سوق الذهب Friday’s match against Dartmouth was all Huskies as sophomore goalkeeper Brittany Bugalski put up her third shutout of the season.

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شراء اسهم تويتر The Huskies produced two more goals in the third period.

ابغى اشتري الاسهم One of them came from junior center Halle Silva and the other, which was the final goal of the night, was scored by junior left wing Denisa Krizova.

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الخيارات الثنائية المعهد على شبكة الإنترنت “We’re starting the play harder in our own end,” he said. “We’ve had great goaltending by Brittany, and our defensive zones have helped out a lot.”

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ناتج بيع اسهم شركه الحمادي The Huskies started out the night strong with two goals within the first six minutes of the first period. Their first came from junior right wing McKenna Brand and the second was scored by sophomore right defense Maddie Hartman.

اسهم منازل للبيع BU scored their first goal of the night on a power play from Maddie Elia after a hooking penalty was called on Heather Mottau.

بيع أسهم بوان The goal came in the second period after a tripping penalty was called on BU. Brand found the back of the net, assisted by Krizova and senior right wing Hayley Scamurra.

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سًوق الاسهم السعودي With this win over BU, the Huskies won both of their matches of the Terriers this season and will not see them again for the rest of the regular season.

قانونية خيار ثنائي فينا The win also marked the Huskies fourth straight win and extended their unbeaten streak to six. Despite the team’s sparkling performances the past couple of weeks, Coach Flint said he still likes to keep the focus on one game at a time.

“We try to take the approach of one game at a time,” he said. “I’ve been liking to keep practices short just to keep the team fresh and focused.”

The Huskies return home on Friday, Oct jobba hemifrån finans . 28 for only one game against Merrimack College.

Photo courtesy of Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

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