Third Period Surge Lifts #3/2 Boston College Over #10 Women’s Hockey

Jan. 26, 2018

Final Stats

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The No. 10 Providence College women’s hockey team fell to the No. 3/2 Boston College Eagles by a score of 5-0 on Friday night (Jan. 26) at Conte Forum.

SCORE
No. 10 Providence – 0 | No. 3/2 Boston College – 5

RECORDS
Providence: 14-8-6 (10-4-4 HE) | Boston College: 23-2-3 (16-1-3 HE)

VENUE
Conte Forum – Chestnut Hill, Mass.

GAME FLOW & NOTES
- The Eagles outshot the Friars 8-5 in the opening frame.
- The Friars were able to kill off two penalties in the first period. The Eagles entered the game fourth in the nation in power play percentage (25.4%).
- Brooke Boquist (Thunder Bay, Ontario) had a short-handed breakaway opportunity near the midpoint of second. Burt was able to slide across and deny Boquist with one of her 12 second-period saves.
- Freshman Daryl Watts scored her 32nd goal of the season with just over five minutes remaining in the middle frame. She ripped a wrist shot over Madison Myers’ (Colchester, Vt.) shoulder from just above the goal line to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead.
- Caitrin Lonergan and Willow Corson picked up their 36th and 14th assists, respectively.
- 5:52 into the third, junior Serena Sommerfield extended BC’s lead. She took a shot from the point that deflected off a defender in front. Caroline Ross and Makenna Newkirk earned the assists.
- Less than three minutes later, Newkirk tallied a goal of her own. Ross took a shot from the point that Newkirk redirected past Myers. Maegan Beres notched the secondary assist.
- Boston College continued its scoring ways with a goal at the 13:11 mark from Ryan Little. Erin Connolly played a cross-ice pass that deflected off the stick of Delaney Belinskas. Little was then able to finish in front.
- The Friars made a goaltending change with 6:29 left to play. Senior Alanna Serviss (Chicago, Ill.) made her season debut and finished the game with three saves.
- Little scored again with under two minutes remaining. This time, her goal came on the power play from the right-side boards. Grace Bizal earned the assist.
- The Friars have now been held scoreless for two straight games and seven total periods of play.

HOW THEY SCORED
1-0 (BC) – 14:19/2nd – EV – Daryl Watts, assisted by Caitrin Lonergan and Willow Corson – Wrist shot over Myers’ shoulder from just above the goal line
2-0 (BC) – 5:52/3rd – EV – Serena Sommerfield, assisted by Caroline Ross and Makenna Newkirk – Deflection off defender after Sommerfield’s shot from the point
3-0 (BC) – 8:13/3rd – EV – Makenna Newkirk, assisted by Caroline Ross and Maegan Beres – Shot from the point by Ross, redirected in front by Newkirk
4-0 (BC) – 13:11/3rd – EV – Ryan Little, assisted by Delaney Belinskas and Erin Connolly – Cross-ice pass from Connolly, deflection off Belinskas, finished in front by little
5-0 (BC) – 18:07/3rd – PP – Ryan Little, assisted by Grace Bizal – Shot from the right side boards

GOALTENDERS
Providence: Madison Myers, 13-7-6: 23 saves, 4 goals against and Alanna Serviss: 3 saves, 1 goal against
Boston College: Katie Burt, 23-2-3: 25 saves, 0 goals against

STAT COMPARISON
Providence-
Shots: 25
Face-off percentage: 26/51
Power plays: 0-3 (0%)
Penalty kill: 5-6 (83.3%)

Boston College-
Shots: 31
Face-offs: 25/51
Power plays: 1-6 (16.7%)
Penalty kill: 3-3 (100%)

PC GAME HIGHS
Shots: Putigna (8)
Goals: -
Assists: -
Points: -

LOOKING AHEAD
The Friars wrap up the regular-season series with Boston College tomorrow (Jan. 27) at 2:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena.

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

- GO FRIARS -


 

 

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