The Friars continue Hockey East play with a road game against New Hampshire on Friday, Nov. 7.
Providence is in the midst of a six-game Hockey East series, collecting a 1-3-0 record thus far.
The Friars and Wildcats will face-off in a 7:00 p.m. puck drop at the Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H.
New Hampshire will be providing live stats, streaming and audio for fans through its website.
Providence will be providing live updates of the game through its Twitter page (@PCWHockey).
Providence played a home-and-home series with No. 6 Boston College, going 0-2-0 on the weekend.The Friars played at Schneider Arena on Friday, Nov. 1, before heading to Chestnut Hill to play in Kelley Rink on Sunday, Nov. 3.
On Friday, Providence fell, 8-6, to the Eagles, in what was the highest scoring game of the season the Friars have played in.
Providence led 2-1 heading into the second period, before the Eagles had an offensive splurge that left Providence down 6-2 heading into the third period.
With 2:20 left in the third period and the score at 7-3 in favor of the Eagles, Providence went on a 5-on-3 power-play.
Providence went on to score three goals in a span of 1:30 to cut the Eagle's lead to 7-6 with 26 seconds to play.
The Friars comeback was cut short when Boston College tallied an empty net goal to seal the win at 8-6.
On Sunday, the Friars and Eagles played to a tighter margin, with the Eagles edging Providence 2-1 in overtime.
Molly Illikainen notched a career-best five point weekend with a goal in both games.
Illikainen matched a career-high four point game on Friday with three assists and a goal.
Corinne Buie also tallied a career-high four points, while Liv Halvorson notched a season-best two assist game against the Eagles on Friday.
SCOUTING THE WILDCATS...
New Hampshire enters the weekend with a 5-4-1 overall record and a 1-2-1 mark in Hockey East.
Fourteen Wildcats have notched at least one point on the season thus far.
Nicole Gifford leads the Wildcats with eight points on four goals and four assists.
Sara Carlson and Hannah Armstrong are tied for the team-lead with five assists.
Vilma Vaatovaara has logged the majority of minutes in net with a 4-2-1 record in 423:47 minutes.
Vaatovaara has collected a .928 save percentage and a 2.27 goals against average.
New Hampshire enters Thursday coming off Hockey East losses to Boston University on Nov. 1 (3-1) and Northeastern on Nov. 3 (3-0).
The Wildcats had a three-game winning streak before they fell to Boston University with wins against Boston College (3-1) and Penn State (8-5 and 3-1).
ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORY...
The long standing rivalry between Providence and New Hampshire dates back to the 1976-77 season.The Friars and Wildcats have met a total of 140 times with New Hampshire holding the edge with an all-time record of 77-49-14.
In the last ten meetings the Friars hold the advantage with a 6-2-2 record against the Wildcats.
At the Whittmore Center, the Friars are 6-3-1 in their last ten road games.
Last season, Providence lost the Hockey East series with a 0-1-2 record against New Hampshire, before coming back to edge the Wildcats in the Hockey East Quarterfinal game.
Providence's 5-4 comeback overtime win marked the first Hockey East playoff win over the Wildcats in the Whittemore Center.
Beth Hanrahan lifted the Friars to that win with the overtime game-winning goal.
Corinne Buie leads the Friars in all-time scoring against the Wildcats with 11 points in 10 games.
In the last ten meetings, Providence has outscored New Hampshire, 34-24.
The Last Meeting
New Hampshire (WHEA Quarterfinal)
March 2, 2013
Women's Ice Hockey Earns An Overtime Comeback Win Over Fourth Seeded New Hampshire, 5-4
The Providence College women's ice hockey team took on the New Hampshire Wildcats as the fifth seeded team in the Hockey East Quarterfinal match-up on Saturday, March 2 at the Whittemore Center. The Friars defeated the Wildcats, 5-4 in overtime after battling back from a three goal deficit. The comeback marks the third win against the Wildcats in the Friars all-time Hockey East playoff history between the two, the record now moves to an even 3-3.