Women's Hockey Set To Take On Northeastern In Hockey East Quater Finals

Feb. 25, 2016


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  • Providence will play a best of three series at No. 6 Northeastern for the Hockey East Quarter Finals.
  • The Friars clinched a playoff appearance with a three point weekend over Merrimack (Feb. 13 & 14)
  • Providence will travel to Boston, Mass. for a 2:00 p.m. puck drop on Feb 26, 27 and 28 if necessary.
  • The first two games will be televised on NESN and the third game will be streamed on NESN+, if necessary.
  • Providence offers live updates via twitter @PCWHockey.
  • There will be live stats which is provided in the links above.

Last time out...

  • The Friars played a home-and-home series with No. 1 Boston College.
  • Providence fell in both games, 7-1 and 9-1.
  • On Friday, Feb. 19, Lexi Romanchuk tallied her sixth goal of the season, giving the senior captain 18 points in the regular season.
  • Cassidy Carels scored the lone Friar goal on Feb. 20, on the power play.
  • Christina Putigna and Carels lead the team in points with 28.
  • 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.
  • Lexi Romanchuk has also registered a season high in points this year, with 18. The senior defender notched 17 points in her sophomore season.

SCOUTING the Huskies...

  • Northeastern is ranked No. 6 nationally and have secured the two seed in Hockey East.
  • The Huskies have spent 19 weeks in the Top 10.
  • Northeastern is led by Kendall Coyne, who has recorded 75 points off of 44 goals and 31 assists.
  • Denisa Krizova leads in helpers, with 34 assists.
  • Brittany Bugalski has seen the most time between the pipes for the Huskies, with a 19-6-1 record.
  • Bugalski has registered a .921 save percentage, and 2.08 goals against average.
  • Northeastern has a 21.7% power play conversion rate, and 84.4% success rate on the penalty kill.
  • The Huskies are 11-1-0 in Hockey East games at Matthew Arena.

Friars in the post season...

  • Providence will play in their 33rd consecutive playoff appearance.
  • The Friars have won the Hockey East Championship three times, in six championship game appearances.
  • In the 2015 Hockey East Quarterfinals, the Friars fell in two games to Boston College in a best of three series.
  • Providence is 40-24 in post-season play.
  • In Hockey East Quarterfinal games, the Friars are 4-3 and 11-7 in all-time quarterfinal contests.
  • Last season was the first time Hockey East played a best of three quarterfinal series.
  • Providence has seen Northeastern only one time in the post season, when the Friars defeated the Huskies 2-0 in the Hockey East semifinals in 2012.

All Time series history...

  • Providence leads the all-time series, 61-52-11.
  • The Friars have scored both goals against the Huskies on the power play.
  • Brooke Boquist and Christina Putigna scored the Friar goals.
  • In the teams’ last meeting, Madison Myers made 35 saves, for a career best.

putigna on the power play...

  • Christina Putigna has notched eight power play goals on 11 goals this season.
  • The Freshman collected two power play goals the Friars, against Northeastern and UConn.
  • Putigna is tied for third in the nation in power play goals and first among freshmen.

Romanchuk leading the friars...

  • The senior captain has tallied 18 points, the most of her career.
  • Romanchuk has captured four of her six goals on the power play.
  • With 12 assists this season, Romanchuk has collected 53 points in her career.



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