Women's Hockey To Take On Vermont

Nov. 11, 2016


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The Last Meeting
November 14, 2015
Burlington, Vt.
Women’s Ice Hockey Defeated By Vermont, 4-3.
The Providence College women’s ice hockey team was defeated, 4-3, by the Vermont Catamounts on Nov. 14. A Catamount goal with 3 seconds remaining lifted the Catamounts over the Friars. With the Friar loss, Providence moves to 2-8-0 (2-4-0 WHEA) and Vermont improves to 3-9-0 (3-3-0 WHEA).

  • Providence will host the University of Vermont Catamounts for two games.
  • The Friars will host the Catamounts on Nov. 12 and Nov. 13 at 2:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena.

Scouting the Friars...

  • The Friars fell in two one-goal games in the last weekend, losing to New Hampshire, 4-3 (Nov. 5) and at Northeastern, 2-1 (Nov. 6).
  • Providence is now 2-3-0 in Hockey East and 5-7-0 overall.
  • The Friars are tied for seventh in the nation in goals per game (3.17). Providence is tied with No. 10 Princeton and No. 6 Boston College. 

Recapping the Weekend...

  • On Nov. 5, Providence hosted New Hampshire and fell 4-3.
  • Kate Friesen added to her five-game point streak with an assist.
  • Rachel Rockwell scored her second goal of the season with a slap shot from outside the blue line.
  • Providence fell to Northeastern, 2-1, on Nov. 6. Each goal of the game was scored shorthanded.
  • Christina Putigna scored a short-handed goal, giving the Friars three shorthanded tallies on the season.
  • The Friars scored one goal against Northeastern, marking the first time the Friars have been held to less than two goals in the 2016-17 season.


  • Sophomore Christina Putigna has tallied twelve points in a nine game point streak.
  • Putigna has registered at least one point since Oct. 7.
  • Putigna has tallied two multi-point games in her twelve game point streak.
  • The forward has collected one goal on the power play and one shorthanded goal.

D is for dangle...

  • Kate Friesen is tied for third in National defensive points per game (0.83).
  • Friesen leads Hockey East defensemen in points with 10 (3-7-10).
  • Whitney Dove holds the third place spot among Hockey East defensemen with eight points (1-7-8).
  • Dove leads Hockey East freshman defenders, and Rockwell sits behind her with seven points (2-5-7).
  • Avery Fransoo leads freshmen defenders in blocked shots (25) and is tied for third in all of Hockey East.


  • Cassidy Carels leads the Friars with 12 points on six goals and six assists.
  • The senior forward recorded a seven-game point streak to start the season, including two multi-point games.
  • Carels has registered a point in nine of the 10 games she played.
  • The co-captain is averaging 1.20 points-per-game.
  • She has registered one game-winning-goal and six power play points (3 assists, 3 goals).
  • In Hockey East, Carels is second in points and in power-play points.

SCOUTING THE catamounts...

  • The Catamounts travel to Providence with a 3-4-1 (2-1-0 HE) after having a bye weekend.
  • Vermont’s two Hockey East wins have come against Maine, 3-2 (Oct. 30) and Boston University, 3-2 (Oct. 9).
  • On the power play, Vermont holds a 13.6% conversion rate (6/44).
  • The Catamounts have a 87.9% success rate (29/33).


  • Madison Litchfield and Melissa Black have each played four games.
  • Litchfield owns a .944 save percentage and 1.39 goals against average, with a 2-1-0.
  • Black holds a .908 save percentage and 3.25 goals against average with a 1-2-1 record.
  • Eve-Audrey Picard leads the team in scoring with nine points on four goals and five assists.
  • Picard has also scored three times on the power-play.

All-Time Series with the Catamounts...

  • The Friars the lead the series 27-13-1 and 18-1-5 at Schneider Arena.
  • In the 2015-16 season, the Friars lost the Hockey East series 2-1.
  • Madison Sansone leads the Friars against the Catamounts, playing three games and amassing four goals.
  • Brooke Boquist and Christina Putigna have each tallied three points against Vermont.



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