Kelly Sabatine '13
2010-11: 33 games, 15 goals, 19 assists, 34 points
2009-10: 36 games, 9 goals, 15 assists, 24 points
Total: 107 games, 46 goals, 59 assists, 115 points
2011-12: Sabatine earned ECAC Hockey Second Team honors after an impressive regular season, but her brilliance in the post-season led St. Lawrence to its first conference title. Kelly scored overtime game-winners against both Dartmouth and Harvard in the playoffs before netting the game-winner in the final minutes against Cornell in the ECAC championship bout. The Saints' MVP for the 2011-12 season, Sabatine was named to the All-Tournament team and earned a spot on the All-Academic squad as well.
2010-11: Sabatine had an outstanding sophomore season, leading St. Lawrence in goals, assists and points. The Hamilton, ON native had three game-winning goals (UConn, RPI, Dartmouth) en route to Third Team All-Conference honors. A member of ECAC Hockey's All-Academic team, Kelly recorded at least one point in 25 of 33 games.
2009-10: Sabatine was the team's third-leading scorer and top rookie contributor in 2009-10. The Hamilton, ON native has 24 points on nine goals and 15 assists. Sabatine was a solid special teams player, adding two power play tallies and a short-handed goal, and picked up the game-winner against Ohio State on November 21, 2009.
Sabatine, a member of the Stoney Creek Sabres, played in 28 games last season, scoring 33 goals and collecting 35 assists for 68 points. Her total made her a repeat winner as the individual scoring champion in the PWHL, a league which she is now the all-time leading scorer. A native of Hamilton, ON, Sabatine played two seasons with Team Ontario and was selected to represent her province at the 2008 Hockey Summit in Europe. Sabatine is a two-year captain with the Sabres and is a two-time winner of the St. Jean de Brebeuf Athlete of the Year award. Born on December 16, 1990, Kelly is the daughter of Mick and Karen Sabatine.