PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
• Providence will travel to Chestnut Hill, Mass. on Nov. 25 for a 4:00 p.m. Hockey East match up against No. 2 ranked Boston College
• 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.
LAST TIME OUT...
• Providence split with New Hampshire to finish its Hockey East series with the Wildcats.
• On Nov. 21, the Friars’ comeback fell short in a 3-2 loss at New Hampshire.
• The Friars defeated the Wildcats, 4-1, to split the weekend and win the Hockey East series (2-1). • The Friars gave up three power play goals to give the Wildcats a 3-0 lead.
• Five Friars collected multiple points over the weekend.
• Madison Sansone, Brooke Boquist, and Christina Putigna each continued their five-game point streaks through the weekend.
• Three freshman combined for seven of the Friars’ 16 points at New Hampshire.
• Danielle Hardy collected two assists in the Friars’ 4-1 win over the Wildcats.
• Putigna earned Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week accolades for her performance at New Hampshire.
SCOUTING THE EAGLES...
• The Eagles are 15-0-0 (9-0-0 WHEA) on the 2015-16 season and are ranked No. 2 in the country.
• Boston College is led by senior forward Alex Carpenter, who has collected 32 points on 15 goals and 19 assists.
• Fourteen Eagles have registered at least five points this season. • The Eagles are unbeaten this season, with 15 wins.
• Boston College played only one game last weekend, defeating No. 5 Northeastern, 4-2.
• Katie Burt has spent 780:42 minutes between the pipes for the Eagles and has posted a .952 save percentage and 1.08 goals against average.
• The BC penalty kill has a .939 success rate and a .327 conversion rate on the power play. All Time series history... • Providence leads the all-time series, 50-27-3.
• The Friars are 20-8-2 in Chestnut Hill and 20-13-1 at Schneider Arena. The two teams have met 13 times at a neutral location and the Friars lead 9-4-0.
•The last time the Friars traveled to Chestnut Hill, the Eagles defeated the Friars in the 2015 Hockey East semi-final play (6-2 and 8-0) on Feb 27 and Feb. 28.
FRIARS ON FIRE...
• Madison Sansone has recorded seven goals and one assist for eight points in the Friars’ last five games.
• Sansone was named Co-Player of the Week on Nov. 9.
• Brooke Boquist has collected eight points in the past five games, on seven goals and one assist. • Christina Putigna has notched two goals and seven assists for nine points in the Friars’ five games during November.
• Putigna was named Rookie of the Week on Nov. 23.
• Sansone, Boquist, and Putigna have tallied at least one point in each of the Friars’ last five games.
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