Providence will play a weekend series against unbeaten and No. 1 nationally ranked Merrimack on Friday, December 2 at 7:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena. The game will be aired live on Cox Sports. The following night, the Friars will travel to North Andover, Mass. to face the Warriors at Lawler Arena in a game that will be televised by Universal Sports Network.
Both Providence College men's hockey games against No. 1 Merrimack on Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3 will be televised.
Friday's game at Providence's Schneider Arena will air live on Cox Sports (Rhode Island and parts of Connecticut) at 7:00 p.m. Saturday's game at Merrimack's Lawler Arena will air live on Universal Sports Network (found primarily on Comcast channel 288 and on Verizon Fios channel 466) at 7:00 p.m.
Providence will play Miami University at 6:37 p.m, ET on Friday, November 25 in the first game of the Denver Cup Classic at Magness Arena. It will mark the first meeting between the Friars and the RedHawks since October 20, 2000.
After playing nine of its first 11 games on home ice, Providence will play four of its next five contests away from Schneider Arena, beginning with two games at the 20th Annual Denver Cup Classic in Denver, Colo. Denver University will host the showcase style tournament. The Friars will play Miami at 6:37 p.m. EST on Friday, November 25 and Princeton at 6:07 p.m. EST on Saturday, November 26.
The Providence College men's hockey team suffered its first loss in the
month of November, a span of four games, with a 5-2 setback to the
Northeastern Huskies Friday night at Schneider Arena. The Friars fall to
6-4-1 overall and 4-3-0 in Hockey East, while the Huskies improve to
2-7-2 overall as well as Hockey East.
Friar junior Tim Schaller was featured in today's Providence Journal. Tim Schaller leads the Friars with a career-high eight goals this season, five of which have come on the power play and two short-handed. The Friars (6-3-1, 4-2-0 Hockey East) will play Northeastern tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena.
Friar red-shirt freshman Damian Cross was the focus of a feature on the Canadian Junior Hockey League website. Cross, who played for the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the CJHL, ranks third on the Friars in scoring with nine points (2 g, 7 a).
Former Friar defenseman Mark Fayne, who currently plays for the New Jersey Devils, was featured on the Providence Journal on November 16, Fayne was in Boston last night as the Devils played Bruins at TD Garden.
The Friars extended their win streak to four games with a 4-2 triumph over the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers Saturday night at Schneider Arena. Junior Tim Schaller scored twice, while sophomores Steven Shamanski and Derek Army each had one goal for the Friars who have won four consecutive games for the first time since the 2008-09 season.
Senior goalie Alex Beaudry stopped all 21 shots he faced to lead the Friars to a 3-0 victory over Alabama-Huntsville Friday night at Schneider Arena. It marked Beaudry's second career shutout. Providence scored twice on the power play en route to its third straight victory.
Providence will continue its five-game home stand with a non-conference weekend series against the University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers, beginning on Friday, November 11 at Schneider Arena. The two teams will complete the series on Saturday at 7:00 p.m.
Friar junior forward Tim Schaller (Merrimack, N.H.) was named Inside College Hockey Player of the Week on Tuesday, November 8. It marks the second weekly honor for Schaller who was tabbed as Hockey East Player of the Week on Monday, November 7.
Friar junior forward Tim Schaller was named Hockey East Player of the Week on Monday, November 7. Schaller totaled four foals in two games to lead Providence to a pair of victories over Vermont. Schaller is the second Friar this season to earn the league's player of the week honors as junior Myles earned the accolade on October 17.
The Friars concluded their series against
the University of Vermont Catamounts with a 5-1 win
Saturday night at Schneider Arena. The Friars improved to 4-3-1 overall
and 4-2-0 in Hockey East. Vermont is now 1-5-0 and 0-4-0 in league
The Friars, who scored three power-play goals last night and one short-handed tally last night, recorded two more power play goals and another while short handed to earn their first ever weekend sweep over Vermont.
Providence will close out its weekend series against Vermont Saturday night at Schneider Arena. Last night, the Friars posted a 5-2 victory over Vermont. The Friars are seeking their first ever two-game weekend sweep over the Catamounts.
Providence skated past Vermont, 5-2, Friday night at Schneider Arena. The Friars trailed early, but jumped ahead with two goals late in the first period and never looked back. Tim Schaller scored his first career hat trick with two power-play goals and a short-handed goal. Ross Mauermann and Derek Army also scored for the Friars who recorded their first win over Vermont since February 9, 2008. RECAP
Providence returns home to face Vermont for two games, beginning on Friday, November 4 at Schneider Arena. The two teams will complete the weekend series Saturday night in a game that will air live on Cox Sports.