Women's Hockey Travels To Connecticut For Hockey East Face-Off

    Morse lead the Friars in all-time assists against the Huskies.

    Morse lead the Friars in all-time assists against the Huskies.

    Nov. 9, 2013


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    • The Friars will wrap-up its six-game Hockey East stretch (1-4-0) with a road game against the Connecticut Huskies.
    • Providence will travel to Storrs, Conn. to face-off against the Huskies at Freitas Ice Forum in a 2:00 p.m. puck drop.
    • Connecticut will be providing live stats of the game (CLICK HERE).
    • Providence will be providing live updates of the game through its Twitter page (@PCWHockey).

    • Providence fell to New Hampshire 4-2 on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H.
    • The Friars took an early 2-0 but could not contain the Wildcats pressure.
    • Courtney Kukowski notched her first unassisted goal of her career, while Beth Hanrahan tallied her 27th career goal in the loss.
    • Sarah Bryant made 19 saves to move her record to 4-5-0.

    • Connecticut enters the weekend 3-6-1 overall and 0-2-1 in Hockey East play.
    • The Huskies last suffered a loss to Boston University (6-2) on Nov. 6.
    • Two different Huskies scored for Connecticut in the loss.
    • Connecticut earned its lone Hockey East point in a tie with Maine (4-4) on Nov. 3, where the Huskies came back from a 3-0 deficit to score four goals during the third period and tie the game.
    • Sarah MacDonnell leads the Huskies in points with nine on three goals and a team-best six assists.
    • With four goals, Kayla Campero leads Connecticut in goals scored, including the game-tying goal against Maine.
    • Sarah Moses and Elaine Chuli have split time in between the pipes for the Huskies.
    • Moses has collected a 2-3-0 record in 319:32 minutes played for a 3.94 goals against average and a .907 save percentage.
    • Chuli has notched a 1-3-1 record in 291:47 minutes in net, notching a .914 save percentage and a 3.29 goals against average.

    • The Friars hold the edge in the series history between the two teams 37-10-4.
    • In the last ten games, Providence has a strong lead of 9-1-0.
    • Last season, the Friars swept the Huskies by margins of 4-3 OT (Feb. 2), 5-0 (Feb. 1) and 5-3 (Nov. 11).
    • Seniors Corinne Buie, Rebecca Morse and Maggie Pendleton lead the Friars in all-time scoring against Connecticut.
    • Buie has collected 10 points in nine career games, while Morse and Pendleton have notched seven and six, respectively.
    • The last time the Friars and Huskies faced in Storrs, Providence blanked Connecticut 5-0.
    • Buie collected two goals, while Morse notched two assists to lead the Friars to the win.
    • Sarah Bryant made 19 saves to earn her first career road shutout.

    The Last Meeting
    February 2, 2013
    Providence, R.I.