Women's Hockey Kicks Off Hockey East Play With Home-And-Home Series

Haley Frade leads the Friars against the Huskies with seven points in seven career games.

Oct. 23, 2013

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  • The Friars will play a home-and-home series with the Northeastern Huskies to kick off their Hockey East play.
  • The series will begin on Friday, Oct. 25 at 7:00 p.m. in Boston, Mass. at Matthews Arena.
  • The two game series will conclude on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 3:05 p.m. in Schneider Arena.
  • Providence will be providing play-by-play (Chris Fama) for its road game on Friday (CLICK HERE for play-by-play)
  • The Huskies will be providing live stats and streaming.
  • To access the feeds for Friday CLICK HERE.
  • On Saturday, the game will be televised live through COX Sports on OSN. Play-by-play will be covered by Mike Logan and Bob Bellemore will be providing color with Sonny Watrous as reporter.
  • COX will also be providing free live streaming for Saturday's game. To access the feed CLICK HERE.
  • Providence provides live updates of all its games through its twitter page.

  • The Friars played host to Syracuse University for a two-game series starting on Oct. 18 and ending on Oct. 19.
  • Providence and the Orange split the series, with the Friars taking the first game, 3-2, and the Orange taking the second, 4-1.
  • In Friday's game, Janine Weber and Corinne Buie both tallied a goal to earn a two-game goal streak.
  • Buie notched her first game-winning goal of the season in the win.
  • Friar goaltender Sarah Bryant earned her third win of the season with 24 saves.
  • On Saturday, Beth Hanrahan notched the lone Friar goal, while Allison Micheletti notched her first point of the season on the play.

  • So far this season the Friars have posted a 3-3-0 record, collecting one road win and two at home in the newly renovated Schneider Arena.
  • The Friars have split each weekend series starting with a two game road series at Union.
  • Providence fell on Friday, Oct. 4, 5-2, to the Dutchwomen in their season opener.
  • Providence came back to win the second game of the series on Saturday, Oct. 5, 6-2.
  • In that opening weekend series, the Friars saw four rookies notch their first collegiate point.
  • The Friars went on to host No. 10 Mercyhurst for a two-game home series.
  • Providence fell 5-0 on Oct. 12 to the Lakers in their home opener, to move their all-time record in home openers to 22-11-4.
  • On Oct. 13, the Friars edged Mercyhurst, 3-2, to earn their first win against a ranked opponent since the 2011-12 season, when the Friars topped No. 7 Northeastern in the Hockey East semifinal game on March 3, 2012.
  • Janine Weber tallied her first collegiate goal in that win.
  • Two Friar goaltenders earned career-high save totals in the weekend series.
  • On Saturday, Allie Morse notched a career-best 16 saves in 20 minutes of play in the loss on Oct. 12, after making her first penalty shot save.
  • Sunday's win came after a career-best 47 save performance by Friar goaltender Sarah Bryant.
  • The last Friar goaltender to notch 40-plus saves was Genevieve Lacasse '12 when she did so on March 4, 2012 against BU.

  • Northeastern enters the weekend with a 3-3-0 overall record.
  • The Huskies earned wins over RIT (Oct. 5), Union (Oct. 11) and RPI (Oct. 12).
  • Northeastern's three game winning streak was snapped, when the Huskies were swept by Cornell in a two game road series on Oct. 19 (6-2) and Oct. 20 (3-0).
  • The Huskies are led by Chelsey Goldberg and Paige Savage, both of whom have collected four points on two goals and two assists.
  • Goldberg has notched two shorthanded goals on the season, while Savage has notched two game-winning goals for Northeastern.
  • Kelly Wallace leads the Huskies in goal scoring with three goals on the season.
  • Chole Desjardins has played the majority of minutes between the pipes for Northeastern, collecting a .895 save percentage and a 3.09 goals against average in 310:43 minutes of play.
  • Desjardins has collected a 3-3-0 record on the season thus far.

  • Providence and Northeastern have met 115 times in the series history between the two.
  • Providence holds the edge in the all-time series with a 59-45-11 record, with 28 of those wins at Northeastern and 19 at home.
  • Last season, the Friars were swept by the Huskies, 0-3, in their three meetings.
  • The last time the Friars beat Northeastern was during the Hockey East Semifinals on March, 3 2012, when Providence skated away with a 2-0 win.
  • Haley Frade leads the Friars in all-time scoring against the Huskies with seven points in seven career games against Northeastern.
  • Frade is also the last current Friar to have notched a goal against the Huskies.
  • In the last meeting between the two, the Friars fell 4-3 at Matthews Arena.
  • Maggie Pendleton also matched a career-best with three assists in that loss.



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