Women's Hockey Travels to Vermont For Two Games

Nov. 12, 2015

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The Last Meeting
October 24, 2015
Providence, R.I.
Women’s Hockey Falls To Vermont, 3-1
The Providence College women’s ice hockey team was defeated by Vermont, 3-1, on Oct. 24 at Schneider Arena in Providence, R.I. It marked the 2015-16 Hockey East opener for both programs. The Friars fall to 0-4-0 (0-1-0 Hockey East), while Vermont improves to 1-6-0 (1-0-0 Hockey East).

• Providence will travel to Burlington, Vt. for two Hockey East games against the Catamounts.
• The Friars play at 2:00 p.m. on Nov. 13 and at 4:00 p.m. on Nov. 14 at Gutterson Field House.
• The game will feature live stats and a video that can be accessed using the links above.
• Providence also offers live updates via twitter @PCWHockey.

• Providence claimed their first victory of the 2015-16 season, coming back from a 4-2 third period deficit.
• Five different Friars registered two or more points, and seven Friars registered a point.
Christina Putigna collected three points on a power play goal and two assists, becoming the first Friar to record three points in a game.
• The goal was Putigna’s first of her career and the game was a career high for her.
Blair Parent also registered a career high, with two assists.
Madison Sansone tallied the game-tying and game-winning goals in the game.
Brooke Boquist marked a career high after scoring two goals in the game.
• The Friars scored five goals in the game, the most they have scored in any game this season.
• Providence scored two goals with less than two minutes remaining in the first period, to tie the game 2-2.
• After starting the third period down 4-2, the Friars scored three unaswered third period goals.
• Sansone’s pair of goals came within 40 seconds of each other.

• The Catamounts are 2-8-0 (2-2-0 WHEA) on the 2015-16 season.
• Vermont is led by senior forward Dayna Colang, who has recorded four goals and one assist for five points.
• Thirteen Catamounts have registered at least one point during the 2015-16 season.
• Vermont has claimed two wins this season, both against Hockey East opponents. Their first win was against the Friars, 3-1, (Oct. 24). The Catamounts defeated Maine, 4-2, on Nov. 1.
• The Catamounts win against Maine was their last game and have not played since Nov. 1.
• Both Catamount goaltenders have split time and hold a 1-4-0 record.
• Junior netminder Madison Litchfield has spent 304:58 minutes in net and posted a .897 goals against average.
• Freshman netminder Molly Depew has seen 293:27 minutes between the pipes, with an .891save percentage. Depew’s recorded win came against the Friars (Oct. 24).
• The Catamounts have converted on the power play five times, for a 17.9% conversion rate.
• Vermont’s penalty kill has been successful 78% of the time and the team averages 3.2 penalties per game.
• The Catamounts currently post a 1-5-0 record at home and 1-1-0 at home in conference games.

• Providence leads the series 26-12-1, with a 0.697 win percentage.
• The Friars and Catamounts met last this season at Schneider Arena.
• The Friars won the first 16 meetings between the two teams, until the Catamounts captured their first victory in 2008.
• The Friars lost 3-1 and Kate Friesen registered the lone Friar goal.
• Dayna Colang last scored the game-winning goal against Maine, and added a goal against the Friars.
• The Catamounts tallied an empty net goal in the 3-1 win against the Friars (10/24).

Madison Sansone marked a career high of two goals in the Nov. 7 game, scoring the game-tying and game-winning goal.
• Sanosne’s performance earned her Hockey East Co-Player of the week. (Nov. 9).
Blair Parent recorded two assists on Nov. 7, registering a career high.
• Parent’s efforts landed her a Hockey East Top Performer for the first time this season (Nov. 9).
Cassidy Carels recorded her first multi-point game, with two assists on Nov. 7.
• Carels’ efforts also landed her on the Hockey East Top Performer list for Nov. 9.
Brooke Boquist registered a career high of two goals in the Nov. 7 game, also earning Top Performer accolades.
Madison Sansone scored the Friars’ first power-play goal against Wisconsin (10/3).
• Boquist registered her first two point game of the season against Colgate (10/17) with a goal and an assist.
Kate Friesen and Alanna Serviss both claimed their first Hockey East accolades, being named Top Performers (10/26).
• Boquist & Myers’ efforts over the weekend earned them Hockey East Top Performers accolades (10/19).

• Myers recorded her first collegiate win against New Hampshire, 5-4 (Nov. 7).
Christina Putigna collected her first collegiate goal on Nov. 7 when the Friars defeated UNH, 5-4. • Putigna’s goal was a power play goal.
• Putigna notched three points in the game, marking a career high for her.
Danielle Hardy notched her first career goal on Saturday, Oct. 17 against Colgate.
• The Hardy goal is also Providence’s second power-play tally of the season.
Christina Putigna tallied her first assist of the season on the Hardy goal.
Emily Landry recorded her first collegiate point, with an assist on Brooke Boquist’s first goal of the season against Colgate (10/17).
Christina Putigna tallied her first assist of the season on the Hardy goal.
• Madison Myers saw her first minutes in net for the Friars against Colgate, making 20 saves.
• Myers earned her first start against Syracuse (10/18) and posted 34 saves.
• Three freshman have earned Hockey East Top Performers this season.



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