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2004–05 Vermont Catamounts women's ice hockey season Conference ECAC Home ice Gutterson Fieldhouse Rankings USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Not ranked Record Overall 8-25-1 Coaches and Captains Head Coach Dennis Miller v · d · e The 2004-05 Vermont Catamounts season was their final season in the ECAC. Led by head coach Dennis Miller, the Catamounts had 5 victories, compared to 26 defeats and 3 ties. Their conference record was 3 victories, 17 defeats and 0 ties. Contents 1 Regular season 1.1 Schedule 2 Team records 3 References Regular season Schedule Date Opponent Score Result Oct. 8 at Sacred Heart 2-1 W (OT) Oct. 9 at Quinnipiac 3-2 L Oct. 12 New Hampshire 5-0 L Oct. 15 Maine 2-0 L Oct. 16 Maine 2-2 T Oct. 23 at Providence 2-1 L Oct. 24 at Providence 5-0 L Oct. 29 Sacred Heart 8-0 W Oct. 30 Boston College 3-1 L Nov. 5 at Yale * 2-1 L Nov. 6 at Princeton * 4-1 L Nov. 12 at Dartmouth * 4-0 L Nov. 13 Dartmouth * 5-2 L Nov. 19 at Cornell * 4-2 L Nov. 20 at Colgate * 3-0 L Dec. 7 at Boston College 3-0 L Jan. 2 at Minn. Mankato 0-0 T Jan. 3 at Minn. Mankato 1-0 L Jan. 8 at North Dakota 2-2 T Jan. 9 at North Dakota 2-1 L (OT) Jan. 14 St. Lawrence * 6-1 L Jan. 15 Clarkson * 4-0 L Jan. 21 Colgate * 3-1 L Jan. 22 Cornell * 1-0 W Jan. 28 at Union * 4-1 W Jan. 29 at Union* 3-0 W Feb. 4 Harvard * 4-0 L Feb. 5 Brown * 1-0 L Feb. 11 at Clarkson * 3-0 L Feb. 12 at St. Lawrence * 4-1 L Feb. 18 Princeton * 2-0 L Feb. 19 Yale * 3-0 L Feb. 25 at Brown * 3-0 L Feb. 26 at Harvard 7-1 L [1] Team records Individual Single Season Goaltending Record, Most Minutes, 2010:55, Kami Cote (2004-05) Individual Single Season Goaltending Record, Most Games Played, 34, Kami Cote (2004-05) References ^ "University of Vermont Catamounts, Women's Hockey Record Book". University of Vermont. http://www.uvm.edu/~sportspr/womens_hockey/whkyrecordbook.pdf. Retrieved 20 July 2010.  v · d · eHockey East Men Boston College Eagles (Kelley Rink) • Boston University Terriers (Agganis Arena) • Maine Black Bears (Alfond Arena) • Merrimack Warriors (J. Thom Lawler Arena) • Northeastern Huskies (Matthews Arena) • Providence Friars (Schneider Arena) • UMass Minutemen (Mullins Center) • UMass Lowell River Hawks (Tsongas Center) • New Hampshire Wildcats (Whittemore Center) • Vermont Catamounts (Gutterson Fieldhouse) Women Boston College Eagles (Kelley Rink) • Boston University Terriers (Walter Brown Arena) • Connecticut Huskies (Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum) • Maine Black Bears (Alfond Arena) • New Hampshire Wildcats (Whittemore Center) • Northeastern Huskies (Matthews Arena) • Providence Friars (Schneider Arena) • Vermont Catamounts (Gutterson Fieldhouse) NCAA • Lamoriello Trophy • List of champions: Men / Women • Tournament sites: TD Garden / Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum v · d · eProfessional sports teams based in Vermont Baseball NYPL: Vermont Lake Monsters  – NECBL: Vermont Mountaineers Football EFL: Vermont Ice Storm Vermont Ravens Soccer USL PDL: Vermont Voltage College athletics (NCAA Div. I) Vermont Catamounts