Women's Ice Hockey To Take On No. 8 Northeastern

Jan. 13, 2016

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -

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FOR STARTERS...

  • Providence will resume Hockey East play with a mid-week game, hosting No. 8 Northeastern at Schneider Arena.
  • The Friars and Huskies will battle for two league points at 7:00 p.m. on Jan. 13.
  • The game will feature live stats and video that can be accessed using the links above.
  • Providence offers live updates via twitter @PCWHockey.

Last time out...

  • The Friars defeated the RIT Tigers on Jan. 8, 5-1, and Jan. 9, 3-1.
  • Eight different players scored over the weekend.
  • Cassidy MacPherson scored her first collegiate goal on Jan. 9.
  • Blair Parent registered a three point weekend with a goal and two assists.
  • Lexi Romanchuk, Brooke Boquist, and Christina Putigna each collected a goal and an assist on the weekend.
  • Madison Myers allowed only one goal in both games and made 33 saves.
  • Romanchuk, Boquist, and Putigna each earned Hockey East Top Performer accolades.
  • The Friars went perfect on the penalty kill on Jan. 9, killing each of the team’s   eight penalties.
  • Romanchuk marked a three point streak and Putigna continued her point streak to three games.

SCOUTING THE Huskies...

  • The Northeastern University Huskies are nationally ranked at number eight.
  • The Huskies are currently in second place in Hockey East.
  • Northeastern is led by Kendall Coyne, who has 46 points on the season. She also leads Hockey East with 28 points.
  • Denisa Krizova leads the Huskies in assists, with 24.
  • Brittany Bugalski has spent 952:12 in net for Northeastern and boasts a .925 save percentage and 1.95 goals against average.
  • Northeastern has 22.5% conversion rate on the power play and 88.6% success rate on the penalty kill.
  • The Huskies have a 7-2-1 road record and are 6-1-0 in Hockey East road play.

All Time series history...

  • Providence leads the series 61-50-11.
  • The Friars trail 20-21-08 at Schneider Arena.
  • Last time, the Friars were shut out by the Huskies, 4-0.
  • Alanna Serviss played 44 minutes and did not allow a goal against and was named a Hockey East Top Performer from her efforts.

 

 

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