Women's Hockey To Host University of Maine

Jan. 29, 2016

Full Game Notes vs. Maine Get Acrobat Reader


  • Providence will host the University of Maine for two games to finish the Hockey East series.
  • The Friars will play at 1:00 p.m. on Jan. 30 and at 2:00 p.m. on Jan. 31.
  • 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 finished their Hockey East series against Boston University with a home-and-home match up last week.
  • Providence lost 5-1 at Agganis Arena on Jan. 23 and lost 4-2 at Schneider Arena on Jan. 24.
  • The game on Jan. 24 was the team’s Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer game, where the Friars raised $2,852.73 for the Gloria Gemma Resource Foundation.
  • On Jan. 23, Cassidy Carels marked a five game point streak, registering six points.
  • Christina Putigna scored her fifth power play goal at Agganis.
  • Blair Parent marked a career high, scoring two goals on Jan. 24. Parent’s goals allowed the Friars a two goal lead over Boston University, but the team was unable to sustain the lead.

SCOUTING THE Black Bears...

  • The Black Bears hosted New Hampshire for two games and lost both, falling 5-1 on Jan. 23 and 3-0 on Jan 24.
  • Maine is led by Audra Richards, who has tallied 18 points on 12 goals and six assists.
  • Brooke Stacey, Jillian Langtry, and Mikayla Rogers lead in helpers, each with seven.
  • Maine has recorded eight power play goals this season and have a conversion rate of 8.2%.
  • Richards and Allyson Matteau lead in power play scoring, with two goals each.
  • The Black Bears success rate on the penalty kill is 79.2%.
  • Both Black Bear goalies have a save percentage over .900, but Meghan Treacy leads with a .918 save percentage.
  • Treacy has spent the majority of time between the pipes for Maine, recording 690 saves and a 2.82 goals against average.
  • Maine has a road record of 3-8-0 and a Hockey East road record of 2-6-0.
  • The Black Bears sit in eighth place in Hockey East with seven points and are only two points behind the Friars (9).

All Time series history...

  • Providence leads the series 39-7-9.
  • The Friars lead 21-1-3 at Schneider Arena.
  • Providence has not seen Maine since early in the season (Oct. 30).
  • Cassidy Carels scored her first goal of the season and was assisted by Kendra Goodrich, who also notched her first point of the season.
  • Despite outshooting the Black Bears 29 to 18, the Friars fell in overtime.



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