Winnik, who was named the all-conference team for the first time in his career, ranks tied for first on the team in scoring with 40 points and he ranks second on the team with 15 goals and 25 assists. He ranks fourth among conference skaters in scoring and he ranks tied for fourth with 28 points in 27 league contests. UNH's top centerman has posted a point in 25 of 37 games and he has registered 13 multi-point efforts on the season. He has tallied a point in seven of his last 10 games with 10 points (4g, 6a) during that stretch.
Yandle has amassed 29 points all 38 games this season in his senior campaign. His 23 assists rank third on the Wildcat roster as UNH's top scorer among blueliners. Yandle ranks 15th in the nation in scoring among Div. I defensemen and fourth among skaters in the east. He needs only two points to become the 65th member of UNH's 100-point club and he would become only the third defenseman in school history to accomplish that feat.
The No. 10 ranked Wildcats return to action at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston against the Boston University Terriers in the semifinals of the Hockey East tournament on Friday, March 17 (5 p.m.).