• The Friars will host #8/9 Clarkson at Schneider Arena on Saturday, Oct. 11 and Sunday, Oct. 12. Saturday's game will start at 7:00 p.m., while Sunday's game will begin at 3:00 p.m.
• Providence went 0-2-0 against Clarkson last year. The Golden Knights were ranked seventh when hosting the series.
• The Friars lost the first game of the series, 5-1, with Stephanie Demars scoring the lone PC goal.
• In the second game, Clarkson shutout the Friars, 4-0.
• Providence is 3-5-1 all-time vs. Clarkson, losing the last three.
SCOUTING THE GOLDEN KNIGHTS
• Clarkson enters the 2014-15 as the defending national champion. The Golden Knights defeated Minnesota, 5-4, in the NCAA Championship game while going 31-5-5 and winning the ECAC regular season crown.
• The Golden Knights currently rank eighth in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll and ninth in the USCHO.com Poll.
• Clarkson returns 14 lettermen (six forwards, five defensemen, three goaltenders) while losing seven (five forwards, one defenseman, one goaltender).
• The 14 lettermen include a NCAA Player of the Year, three 100-point scorers, a combined 551 (214-337) career points and the program's all-time winningest goaltender.
• Six newcomers will suit up for the Golden Knights.
• The Golden Knights have had three NCAA appearances (2010, 2013, 2014-National Champions) in program history.
• The first varsity hockey season at Clarkson was 2003-04.
• Nine of Clarkson's 11 seasons have been winning seasons.
• Defender Erin Ambrose earned First Team All-America honors in 2013-14, the third Golden Knight to be awarded All-America honors in the history of the program.
• The Golden Knights opened their season 1-1, losing to St. Lawrence on the road, 5-3, and winning at home, 2-1.
• MacAulay leads the team with three points on two goals and one assist.
• In goal, Shea Tiley has recorded 89.18 minutes in net, boasting a .941 save percentage and 1.34 goals-against average while going 1-1-0.
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