Seven Different Friars Score for Women’s Hockey in Win Over Union

Sept. 29, 2017

Final Stats

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -

The Providence College women’s ice hockey team defeated the Union College Dutchwomen, 7-3, on Friday night at Messa Rink.

SCORE
Providence – 7 | Union – 3

RECORDS
Providence: 1-0-0 | Union: 0-1-0

VENUE
Messa Rink – Schenectady, N.Y.

GAME FLOW & NOTES
- Just five minutes into the action, Caitlyn McLaren scored her fifth career goal for the Dutchwomen. Her wrist shot from the blue line found the back of the net. Morgan Ryan and Sierra Lee were credited with the assists.
- Junior Christina Putigna (Grimsby, Ontario) scored her first of the season 6:54 into the first period. Her attempted cross-ice pass deflected off of Union goalie Kate Spooner’s skates.
- Exactly one minute later, Union regained the lead. Junior defenseman Arianna Kosakowski skated through the zone and slid the puck under the pads of Madison Myers (Colchester, Vt.). Sophomore Cheyenne Harris picked up the assist.
- The three first-period goals came in a 2:39 span.
- Kosakowski tallied her second of the game 5:51 into the second period. Rachel de Perio was again credited with the assist.
- Whitney Dove (Port Moody, British Columbia) answered from the blue line less than 30 seconds later. Neve Van Pelt (Mitchell, Ontario) pulled the draw back to Dove and was awarded the assist on the play.
- With just under seven minutes remaining in the second period Brooke Boquist (Thunder Bay, Ontario) buried a rebound for the Friars’ first power play goal of the season. Avery Fransoo (North Battleford, Saskatchewan) grabbed the assist in the play that leveled the score at three.
- 4:43 into the third period, Kate Friesen (Altona, Manitoba) gave the Friars their first lead on the power play. Putigna and Madison Sansone (Lockport, N.Y.) tallied assists on the play.
- Sansone scored a power-play goal of her own midway through the frame. Assists went to Boquist and Putigna.
- Blair Parent (Blaine, Minn.) scored the Friars’ third straight power-play goal, assisted by Meaghan Rickard (Coventry, R.I.) and Ariane Julien (Saint Hyacinthe, Quebec). It was Julien’s first career point as a Friar.
- Maureen Murphy (Buffalo, N.Y.) scored her first career goal on an empty net with 18 seconds remaining. Friesen was credited with the assist.
- The last time the Friars scored seven goals was in a 7-3 win at Brown on Nov. 26, 2016.

HOW THEY SCORED
1-0 (Union) – 5:15/1st – EV – Caitlyn McLaren, assisted by Megan Ryan and Sierra Lee – Wrist shot from the blue line
1-1 (Providence) – 6:54/1st – EV – Christina Putinga (unassisted) – Deflection off Union goalie
2-1 (Union) – 7:54/1st – EV – Arianna Kosakowski, assisted by Cheyenne Harris – Low, hard shot from the left circle
3-1 (Union) – 5:51/2nd – EV – Arianna Kosakowski, assisted by Rachel de Perio – Shot from the left point, over the shoulder of Myers
3-2 (Providence) – 6:15/2nd – EV – Whitney Dove, assisted by Neve Van Pelt – Shot from the right point
3-3 (Providence) – 13:09/2nd – PP – Brooke Boquist, assisted by Avery Fransoo – Rebound goal from right side of the cage
4-3 (Providence) – 4:43/3rd – PP – Kate Friesen, assisted by Christina Putigna and Madison Sansone – Shot from the left point
5-3 (Providence) – 10:41/3rd – PP – Madison Sansone, assisted by Brooke Boquist and Christina Putigna – Rebound goal from top of the crease
6-3 (Providence) – 15:25/3rd – EV – Blair Parent, assisted by Meaghan Rickard and Ariane Julien – Rebound goal from top of the crease
7-3 (Providence) – 19:42/3rd – EN – Maureen Murphy, assisted by Kate Friesen – Shot from the middle of the slot into empty net

GOALTENDERS
Providence: Madison Myers, 1-0-0: 10 saves, 3 goals against
Union: Kate Spooner, 0-1-0: 43 saves, 6 goals against

STAT COMPARISON
Providence-
Shots: 50
Face-off percentage: 66.7% (34/51)
Power plays: 3-4 (75.0%)
Penalty kill: 100% (4-4)

Union-
Shots: 13
Face-off percentage: 33.3% (17/51)
Power plays: 0-4
Penalty kill: 25% (1-4)

PC GAME HIGHS
Shots: Brooke Boquist (7), Whitney Dove (7), Avery Fransoo (7)
Goals: Seven different players (1)
Assists: Christina Putigna (2)
Points: Christina Putigna (3)

LOOKING AHEAD
The Friars play their first regular-season home game against the University of Vermont Catamounts on Sunday, Oct. 1. The Hockey East matchup is set for 2:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena.

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

- GO FRIARS -


 

 

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