PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
- Providence will play a home-and-home series with Merrimack.
- The Friars will travel to North Andover, Mass. on Feb. 13 for a 2:00 p.m. puck drop at Lawler Rink.
- Providence will host Merrimack on Feb. 14 at 2:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena.
- The Friars defeated the Warriors 4-3 on Dec. 11.
- Providence offers live updates via twitter @PCWHockey.
- There will be live stats and video for both games, which are provided in the links above.
Last time out...
- The Friars fell in two Hockey East games against No. 5 Northeastern and Connecticut.
- On Feb. 6, Providence fell to No. 5 Northeastern, 3-1.
- Madison Myers made a career high of 35 saves on the game.
- On Feb. 7, the Friars were defeated by UConn, 3-1.
- Christina Putigna notched one power play goal in both games, and now leads the team with 25 points.
- Putigna is third among the NCAA in power play goals, with seven.
SCOUTING the warriors...
- The Warriors are in ninth place in Hockey East with two wins.
- Merrimack is led by Paige Voight, who has 17 points on nine goals and eight assists.
- Jackie Pieper leads in power play goals, with five.
- Six different Huskies have recorded at least 20 points on the 2015-16 season.
- Samantha Ridgewell has spent the majority of time in net for the Warriors, posting a .911 save percentage and 3.29 goals against average.
- The Warriors have a 65.9% success rate on the penalty kill and 16% conversion rate on the power play.
- Merrimack is 1-8-0 in home Hockey East play and 1-9-1 in road Hockey East play.
All Time series history...
- Providence defeated Merrimack 4-3 earlier in the season (Dec. 11) for the teams’ first ever meeting.
- Brittney Thunstrom and Lexi Romanchuk each notched two goals.
putigna on the power play...
- Christina Putigna has notched seven power play goals on 10 goals this season.
- The Freshman collected two power play goals last time out for the Friars, against Northeastern and UConn.
- Putigna is third in the nation in power play goals and first among freshmen.
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