Cutter Gauthier continues to tear up NCAA
Well, Cutter Gauthier just continues to rack up points in the NCAA.
Boston College took on Brown University tonight and Cutter was responsible for the first two goals of the night.
Gauthier turned in a beautiful primary assist on the first goal of the night. Cutter found his open teammate on the wing while entering the offensive zone.
It wasn’t a play that made you jump out of your seat, but Cutter made the subtle, correct play and got rewarded for it. The kid is just extremely smooth with the puck on his stick.
Gauthier scored his 4th power-play goal of the season (7th total) late in the 3rd period to make the game 2-0.
Again, this wasn’t a play where Gauthier cut through 3 defenders and went top right. It was simply him finding a loose puck and letting it rip.
It was a bomb.
Gauthier is 1st on BC in points (not a shocker, they’re a bad team) and continues to tear through the NCAA as a freshman.
He now has 7G-4A-11P in 10 games.
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Mandatory Credit: BC Athletics