Nov. 20, 2013
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
- The Friars will return to Hockey East play for a weekend series with Maine.
- Providence and Maine will face-off on Saturday, Nov. 23 and Sunday, Nov. 24.
- Both games will take place at 2:00 p.m. at the newly renovated Schneider Arena.
- Providence will be providing LIVE STREAMING and LIVE STATS of both games, with play-by-play by John Carchedi and color from Moira Sweeney.
- To access the feeds follow the above links.
- Providence will be providing live updates of the game through its Twitter page (@PCWHockey).
LAST WEEKEND'S PLAY...
- Providence was swept by seventh-ranked Clarkson by margins of 5-1 (Nov. 15) and 4-0 (Nov. 16).
- On Nov. 15, the Friars lone goal came from Stephanie Demars, who notched her first point of the season on her first collegiate goal.
- DeMars was assisted on the play by Janine Weber.
- Sarah Bryant was between the pipes for both games against the Knights, making 22 saves in the first meeting between the two teams and 28 in the second.
- Providence was outshot 59-33 on the weekend and was 0-for-7 on the power play, while Clarkson went 1-for-10 on the man advantage.
- After the weekend series, Providence moved to 3-5-1 in the all-time series with Clarkson.
SCOUTING THE BLACK BEARS...
- Maine enters the weekend with a 0-9-3 record and a 0-5-3 record in Hockey East for a seventh place standing.
- The Black Bears have seen scoring come from across the line-up with three players tied for the team lead with four points apiece.
- Kelly McDonald (2-2-4), Jennifer More (2-2-4) and Kayla Kaluzny (0-4-4) each have notched four points on the season.
- Kaluzny leads the team with four assists.
- Meghann Treacy has logged the majority of minutes in the net for the Black Bears, collecting a 0-8-3 record.
- Treacy has a .902 save percentage and a 3.68 goals against average in 636:38 minutes of play.
- This season, the Black Bears have been outscored 46-16 by their opponents.
- Maine's three league points have come from ties against Connecticut (4-4), Northeastern (1-1) and New Hampshire (2-2).
- The Black Bears were most recently swept by Vermont by scores of 4-1 (Nov. 16) and 5-1 (Nov. 17).
ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORY...
- The Friars and Black Bears have face a total of 48 times in the history of the two teams.
- Providence leads the all-time series 36-3-9.
- At Schneider, the Friars are unbeaten by the Black Bears with a 21-0-3 record.
- Last season, Providence swept Maine in the three-game Hockey East series with scores of 4-3, 5-1 and 9-2.
- In the 9-2 win at Schneider, eight different Friars found the back of the net and 16 different players found their name on the score sheet.
- Corinne Buie leads the Friars in scoring against the Black Bears with 13 points on seven goals and six assists.
- Sarah Bryant appeared in all three games against Maine last season, collecting a 2.00 goals against average and a .895 save percentage.
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