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Full Game Notes vs. Boston U
- Providence will face Boston University in a home-and-home series.
- The Friars will travel to Boston University to play the Terriers at 3:00 p.m. on Jan. 23 at Agganis Arena.
- The Terriers play most of their home games at Walter Brown Arena, but will face the Friars at Agganis Arena on Jan. 23.
- Providence will host the Terriers at 2:00 p.m. on Jan. 24 at Schneider Arena to conclude the Hockey East series.
- The game on Jan. 24 will be the Friars Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer, where the program has raised money for the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation.
- Providence offers live updates via twitter @PCWHockey.
- There will be live stats and video for both games, and are provided in the links above.
Last time out...
- The Friars completed their first home-and-home series with UConn and finished the weekend 0-1-1.
- Providence hosted the Huskies and skated to a 1-1 overtime tie on Jan. 16.
- The Huskies defeated the Friars, 5-2, at the Freitas Ice Forum on Jan. 17, despite being outshot 31to 25.
- Christina Putigna collected the game tying goal on Jan. 16, assisted by Cassidy Carels and Brooke Boquist.
- Carels notched two more points on the weekend, with a goal and an assist on Jan. 17.
- Blair Parent added her second goal of the season, and her first power play goal. Romanchuk and Carels added assists.
- Carels scored the Friars’ second goal of the game on Jan. 17 and was assisted by Friesen.
SCOUTING THE Terriers...
- The Boston University Terriers hold a 14-9-2 (11-4-2 WHEA) record.
- The Terriers sit in third place in Hockey East with 24 points in 17 games.
- BU is led by Rebecca Leslie, with 31 points. Leslie has collected 25 assists and six goals.
- Victoria Bach leads in scoring for the Terriers, with 14.
- Sarah Lefort has notched five power play goals.
- Erin O’Neil has spent the majority of time between the pipes for the Terriers, spending 961:24 minutes in net. O’Neil has collected 428 saves and posted a .899 save percentage and 3.00 goals against average.
- BU’s power play has a 20.7% conversion rate, while their penalty kill has a 80.6% success rate.
- The Terriers are 6-2-0 at home in Hockey East games.
- In Hockey East road play, BU is 5-2-2.
All Time series history...
- Providence leads the series 39-13-5.
- The Friars lead 21-3-3 at Schneider Arena.
- When playing in Storrs, Conn. the Friars lead 14-10-2.
- The Friars have not faced the Huskies yet in the 2015-16
CARELS and romanchuk IN THE SECOND HALF...
- Carels is currently on a four game point streak, with five points.
- In seven games, Carels has registered seven points.
- The junior forward recorded 13 points in the first 17 games of the season.
- Romanchuk has added four of her 13 points in the last seven games.
- The senior captain tallied nine points last year and 35.
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