PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
- Providence will host Hockey East Opponent BU at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 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 downed ECAC opponent Union, 4-1.
- The Friars scored four unaswered goals after Union notched a power play goal at 12:22 in the first period.
- Natasia Burzynski scored her first goal as a Friar. With the goal, each Friar has registered at least one point this season.
- Madison Sansone collected two assits in the game, her first multi-point game since scoring two goals at Vermont on Nov. 14.
- Christina Putigna scored a power play goal and added an assist, extending her point streak to eight games.
- Ten different Friars registered a point in the game.
SCOUTING THE Terriers...
- The Boston University Terriers hold a 12-7-1(9-3-1 WHEA) record on the 2015-16 season.
- The Terriers are led by Rebecca Leslie, who has collected 26 points this season with 21 assists and five goals.
- Victoria Bach leads the Terriers in scoring, with 11 goals and is second among her teammates in points (24).
- Senior Sarah Lefort has tallied four power play goals, leading BU.
- BU posts a 19.4% conversion rate on the power play and an 82.7% success rate on the penalty kill.
- Sophomore netminder Erin O’Neil has spent the majority of the season between the pipes for the Terriers, playing 716:52 minutes. O’Neil holds a .902 save percentace and 2.93 goals against average.
- Junior Victoria Bach has played 476:11 minutes, with a .882 save percentage and 3.53 goals against average.
- The Terriers are 3-2-1 on the road this year and the game at Schneider marks their last game of 2015.
All Time series history...
- Providence leads the all-time series 27-19-2 with a .583 win percentage.
- The Friars have not defeated the Terriers in their six meetings.
- In the teams’ last meeting, Brooke Boquist scored a goal and Cassidy Carels assisted.
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)
- Putigna was named Rookie of the Month (Nov. 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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