#8/9 Women’s Hockey Wins Fourth Straight at Vermont

Jan. 6, 2018

Final Stats

BURLINGTON, Vt. – Brooke Boquist (Thunder Bay, Ontario) and Meaghan Rickard (Coventry, R.I.) led the no. 8/9 Providence College women’s hockey team to a 4-1 victory at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Saturday afternoon (Jan. 6).

SCORE
No. 8/9 Providence – 4 | Vermont – 1

RECORDS
Providence: 13-5-4 (9-1-2 HE) | Vermont: 5-13-3 (3-9-2 HE)

VENUE
Gutterson Fieldhouse – Burlington, Vt.

GAME FLOW & NOTES
- Madison Myers (Colchester, Vt.) was strong in net for the Friars in the first period. She helped keep the score knotted at zeros, making 10 saves in the frame.
- Providence killed off two penalties in the final eight minutes of the opening period. The team also killed off 1:12 of a third penalty, with the final 48 seconds carrying over to the second.
- The second period featured tons of special teams’ action, with the Friars killing off the remaining 48 seconds and then Vermont killing off three straight penalties.
- On Vermont’s fourth penalty of the period, the Friars finally struck. Whitney Dove (Port Moody, British Columbia) took a shot from the left point that beat Melissa Black. Meaghan Rickard and Chloe Gonsalves (Toronto, Ontario) earned assists on the play.
- Providence outshot Vermont 15-5 in the second period, forcing Black to make 14 saves.
- Just 3:26 into the third period, Vermont tied the game up at 1-1. Allie Granato slid a pass across the goalmouth and Kristina Shanahan one-timed it past Myers. Alyssa Holmes had the secondary assist.
- With only 5:08 remaining in regulation, Rickard put the Friars back on top. She fired a shot on the 2-on-1 rush that beat Black far-post. Brooke Boquist and Emily Landry (Orangeville, Ontario) notched assists on the play.
- A few minutes later, Boquist increased the lead with an odd-angle shot from the left goal-line. Rickard picked up her third point of the day, while Dove nabbed her second with assists on the play.
- Two minutes later, Boquist struck again. Her empty-netter pushed her to three points on the afternoon. Landry turned in her first two-point game this season with her second assist of the day on the play. Rachel Rockwell (Broadview Heights, Ohio) jumped on the scoresheet as well with the secondary assist.
- The Friars have now won four-straight games for the first time this season.

HOW THEY SCORED
1-0 (Providence) – 17:56/2nd – PP – Whitney Dove, assisted by Meaghan Rickard and Chloe Gonsalves – Shot from the left point
1-1 (Vermont) – 3:26/3rd – EV – Kristina Shanahan, assisted by Allie Granato and Alyssa Holmes – Pass across the goalmouth for a one-time shot
2-1 (Providence) – 14:52/3rd – EV – Meaghan Rickard, assisted by Brooke Boquist and Emily Landry – 2-on-1 rush with a wrist shot to the far-post
3-1 (Providence) – 17:13/3rd – EV – Brooke Boquist, assisted by Meaghan Rickard and Whitney Dove – Odd-angle shot from the left goal-line
4-1 (Providence) – 19:14/3rd – EN – Brooke Boquist, assisted by Emily Landry and Rachel Rockwell – Empty-netter

GOALTENDERS
Providence: Madison Myers, 12-4-4: 21 saves, 1 goal against
Vermont: Melissa Black, 1-5-1: 32 saves, 3 goals against

STAT COMPARISON
Providence-
Shots: 36
Face-off percentage: 63.6% (35/55)
Power plays: 1-4 (25%)
Penalty kill: 3-3 (100%)

Vermont-
Shots: 22
Face-off percentage: 36.4% (20/55)
Power plays: 0-3 (0%)
Penalty kill: 3-4 (75%)

PC GAME HIGHS
Shots: Rickard (9)
Goals: Boquist (2)
Assists: Rickard, Landry (2)
Points: Rickard, Boquist (3)

LOOKING AHEAD
The Friars continue the weekend series at the University of Vermont with a game tomorrow (Jan. 7) at 2:00 p.m. The game marks the final meeting between the teams in the regular season.

For more updates on the Providence women’s hockey program, follow the team on Twitter @PCWHockey.

- GO FRIARS -


 

 

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