PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
• Providence will host ECAC opponent in a non-conference game on Dec. 1 at 7:00 pm at Schneider Arena.
• The game will feature live stats and video that can be accessed using the links above.
• Providence offers live updates via twitter @PCWHockey.
LAST TIME OUT...
• Providence took back the Mayor’s Cup from Brown in a 6-1 win on Nov. 28.
• The Friars scored three power play goals to take the lead.
• Lexi Romanchuk scored her first goal of the season, a power play goal and collected two assists. • Cassidy Carels scored two goals and added two assists.
• Brooke Boquist notched three assists and an empty net goal.
• Christina Putigna tallied a power play goal and two assists.
• Boquist and Putigna registered at least one point in the Friars’ seven November games.
SCOUTING THE DUTCHWOMEN...
• The Union College Dutchwomen hold a 0-9-4 (0-4-2 ECAC) record on the 2015-16 season.
• The Dutchwomen are led by Kathryn Tomaselli and Jessica Kaminsky, each totaling five points.
• Tomaselli leads in scoring, with four goals. Three being power play goals.
• Kaminsky leads with helpers, notching three assists.
• Union’s power play has a 7.5% conversion rate, scoring three goals on 40 opportunities. Each power play goal has come from Tomaselli.
• The Dutchwomen have a 75.7% success rate on the penalty kill.
• Union’s road record is 0-5-4.
• The Dutchwomen have yet to win a game this season and have not played since facing Dartmouth on Nov. 14, where they lost 2-0.
• Against Hockey East opponents, Union faced Connecticut on Oct. 3 and finished in a 2-2 tie.
All TIME SERIES HISTORY...
• Providence leads the all-time series 4-1-1, with a .750 win percentage.
• The Friars defeated the Dutchwomen in the first three meetings.
• Last season, Providence and Union tied 2-2.
• In the teams’ last meeting, Romanchuk scored a goal and Carels added an assist.
FRIARS IN NOVEMBER...
• Brooke Boquist and Christina Putigna have collected at least one point in every game in November.
• Boquist tallied 13 points, including a game high of four points in the Friars’ 6-1 win over Brown.
• Putigna has aslo registered 13 points in Nov. The freshman has recorded 10 assists and three goals.
• Putigna was named Rookie of the Week for two consecutive weeks. (Nov. 23 & 30)
• Madison Sansone has recorded seven goals and one assist for eight points, for a five game point streak.
• Sansone was name Co-Player of the Week on Nov. 9.
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