AS A JUNIOR 2008-09
Earned a spot on the All-Hockey East Second-Team...led the team in scoring for the second consecutive season...scored a team-best 24 goals and added 14 assists for 38 points...tied for 10th in the NCAA with nine power-play goals...one of 28 student-athletes in the NCAA to score more than one shorthanded goal in the season...received TPS Player of the Week honors after scoring first career hat trick against Sacred Heart (9/27)...finished the MSU-Mankato series (10/3-4) with a power-play goal in each contest...had a goal and an assist against Colgate (10/10)...scored twice against No. 7/6 St. Lawrence (10/11)...notched another against No. 4/5 New Hampshire (10/15)...finished the series split at Princeton (10/24-25) with three assists...had a goal and an assist vs. Maine (11/8)...scored on the power-play at No. 5/6 Boston College (11/13)...had a pair of goals against Brown (11/24)...scored twice against No. 10 Wayne State (11/28)...assisted the game-winning goal vs. No. 7/8 Boston College (12/5)...scored twice against No. 9/10 Harvard (12/14), including her 100th career point to earn her second conference player of the week award...competed with Under-22 Team Canada at 2009 MLP Cup in Ravensburg, Germany...scored a power-play goal in her first game back against Boston University (1/10)...had a pair of assists vs. No. 4/4 Mercyhurst (1/16 & 17)...recorded her second career hat trick and scored four of the five UConn goals in Northeastern series (1/23 & 24) earning TPS Hockey East Player of the Week accolades...netted the game-tying goal vs. Providence (1/31) on the power play.
AS A SOPHOMORE 2007-08
Played in 33 games...was a Second Team RBK All-American...named Hockey East TPS Player of the Year...four-time Hockey East Player of the Week...Hockey East Player of the Month (Oct.)...had a league-high 48 points, including 24 goals and 24 assists...recorded a new program record for points in a single season...named to the New England Hockey Writers Division I Women's All-Star team...missed two games due to her commitment to the U-22 Canadian National Team...recorded six power-play, three shorthanded and five game-winning goals.
AS A FRESHMAN 2006-07
Saw action in 33 games, missing two January contests to play in Germany with the Canadian National U-22 Team...scored 14 goals and added 11 assists for 25 points...Hockey East All-Rookie team member...two-time Hockey East Rookie of the Week...had a goal and three assists in her collegiate debut against Vermont (10/6)...netted three goals in a weekend sweep of Wayne State (Oct. 27-28)...scored twice, including the game-winner in win over No. 4 Dartmouth (1/13)...had two points, including the game-winning goal in win at No. 9 Boston College (2/10).
Attended Ecole Secondaire Regional de Hawkesbury...helped her team win the Ontario winter games (2003)...helped Team Ontario Red to the gold (2005)...named collegial AA Rookie of the Year...MVP of the All-Star Game...at the 2006 Canadian Junior Nationals, placed second in the shot put.
Dominique Lynne...Rock and Denise Thibault...has two sisters, Andreanne and Karine...born on Aug. 26, 1988...a sociology major.