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Boulier has goal and an assist to help Team Ott win at NWHL All-Star Game

Connecticut Amanda Boulier had a goal and an assist at Sunday’s NWHL All-Star Game in Minneapolis.

MINNESOTA, February 12 – Connecticut’s Amanda Boulier had one goal and an assist to help Team Ott beat Team Leveille, 8-6 at the National Women’s Hockey League All-Star game at the TRIA Rink, the training facility for the NHL’s Minnesota Wild.

Whale teammate Sydney Rossman and team captain Brittany Ott of Boston teamed up to make 22 saves to lift Team Ott to the victory. Buffalo’s Hayley Scamurra had three goals and an assist for the winners.

Boulier, a rookie from St. Lawrence University and Watertown, has one goal and four assists for Connecticut through 12 games for the Whale.

Connecticut’s Kelly Babstock (3-4, 7 points) and Sam Faber (3-2, 5) played on Team Leveille with Babstock scoring a goal and getting three assists in her second All-Star Game appearance. Faber was also playing in her second NWHL All-Star Game. It was the first All-Star Game appearances for Boulier and Rossman.


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