- Providence will play a home-and-home series with No. 1 Boston College for the final two regular season game in the series.
- With a three point weekend, the Friars have solidified a spot in the Hockey East Quarterfinals.
- Providence will travel to Chestnut Hill, Mass. at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 19.
- The Friars will host the No. 1 Eagles on Feb. 20 at 1:00 p.m. for the team’s senior day.
- 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 took three Hockey East points to claim a spot in the Hockey East Playoffs.
- Providence secured no lower than a seventh place finish in Hockey East.
- On Feb. 13, Providence won their first ever game at Lawler Rink, over Merrimack in a 4-1 decision.
- Christina Putigna added her eighth power play goal and is ranked second among the NCAA in power play goals, tied with BC’s Alex Carpenter.
- Putigna tied a career high with three points, on one goal and two assists.
- Madison Sansone returned from injury and scored her 10th goal of the season.
- Cassidy Carels collected two assists in the outing as well.
- The Friars went one-for-one on the power play on Feb. 13.
- Providence tied the Warriors on Feb. 14, 2-2.
- Lexi Romanchuk added her fifth goal of the season and her fourth power play goal.
- Courtney Kukowski scored her first goal of the season and was assisted by junior defensman Kendra Goodrich.
- Christina Putigna leads the team in points with 28, followed by Cassidy Carels (27).
- The last freshman to lead the Friars in points was Laura Veharanta (2012) who finished her rookie season with 31 points.
- Carels has recorded a season high in points this season, totaling 21 points in her freshman and sophomore campaigns.
SCOUTING the EAGLES...
- Boston College has been ranked for the entire 2015-16 season and currently hold the number one spot.
- The Eagles have clinched the regular season Hockey East title, with a 22-0-0 Hockey East Record.
- Boston College is led by Alex Carpenter, with 72 points on 37 goals and 35 assists.
- Twelve Eagles have recorded at least 20 points throughout the season.
- Katie Burt has spent the majority of time in net for the Eagles, with a .946 save percentage and a 1.14 goals against average.
- The Friars last saw Gabriella Switaj (Nov. 25) who has recorded a .921 save percentage ad 1.41 goals against average
- The Eagles average 5.28 goals per game.
- Boston College is undefeated on the road and at home this season.
All Time series history...
- Providence leads the all-time series, 50-28-3.
- The Friars are 20-9-2 in Chestnut Hill and 20-13-1 at Schneider Arena. The two teams have met 13 times at a neutral location and the Friars lead 9-4-0.
- The last time the Friars traveled to Chestnut Hill, the Eagles defeated the Friars, 9-1.
- Cassidy Carels scored in the last outing and is currently second in points for the Friars.
Official StoreOfficial Online
Eleven Women’s Hockey ...
It was announced by the Hockey East Association today (June 28) that 11 Providence College women’s hockey players were named to the league’s 2016...
Women’s Hockey Unveils...
Providence College women’s hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney announced today (June 13) the program’s 34-game schedule for 2017-18.
Christina Putigna Selected...
Providence College women’s hockey forward Christina Putigna (Grimsby, Ontario) has been selected to the Hockey Canada’s National Women’s...
Alanna Serviss '18 on the...
Alanna Serviss, the junior goalie for the Women's Ice Hockey team, was a guest on the college's podcast.
Women’s Ice Hockey...
It was announced today [April 24] by Providence College Athletics Director Bob Driscoll that women’s ice hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney has signed a...
Women's Hockey Holds End Of ...
The Providence College women’s hockey team held its annual year end awards banquet at Schneider Arena on April 23. The team honored its five graduating...
Whitney Dove Wins Hockey...
The Providence College women’s hockey team claimed two major Hockey East end-of-year awards and placed three on the Honorable Mention All Star Team....
Carels won the Sportsmanship Award and Dove was named to the Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team.