Caroline Boudreau played for the Connecticut Polar Bears and the Boston University Terriers. One of the Boston University team awards is named after her. In 2010, the Spirit Award was renamed the Caroline Boudreau Spirit Award. Samantha Pulley was the first winner of the newly renamed honour. Bourdeau was part of the Terriers inaugural varsity squad and earned the team's Spirit Award in each of her four seasons. [1]

Playing careerEdit

High schoolEdit

Boudreau played four years at Choate Rosemary Hall, and lettered every year. In her final two seasons, she was captain She would lead the team in scoring as a sophomore with 22 points (10 goals). In her junior year, she recorded 24 points (10 goals and 14 assists). As a senior, she led the team with 24 assists and had 28 points. The school would advance to the New England Prep School league finals.

Boston UniversityEdit

Boudreau appeared in 33 games as a freshman, and scored the first goal in program history. This was accomplished against Northeastern on Oct. 7, 2005. For the year, she accumulated eight points on four goals and four assists. On October 29, she had a season high three points (against Dartmouth on Oct. 29). The 2006-07 season was her sophomore year. She appeared in 33 of 34 games and had three goals and five assists. Against Sacred Heart on December 9, Boudreau had a career high four points (one goal and three assists). She was the only Terrier to have four goals in one season. As a junior, she played in 33 games and missed 2. She scored two game winning goals during the season. The first was an empty net goal versus Maine on January 27 while the other was against Vermont on February 8. Boudreau finished the season with a plus minus rating of +8 rating, the second highest on the team.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Awarded Choate Ice Hockey Heart and Dedication Award (2004-05)
  • Awarded Choate Ice Hockey Coaches' Award (2004-05)
  • BU Spirit Award (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)
  • Hockey East All-Academic team (2006) [2]


  1. [ Caroline Boudreau Player Profile]. Boston University Terriers athletics. Retrieved on 14 June 2010.
  2. HOCKEY EAST ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM. Hockey East online. Retrieved on 14 June 2010.
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