~ No. 11 BU and No. 4 BC host Merrimack Friday and Sunday; BU, NU faceoff with U-18's ~
Sun Life Frozen Fenway will be showcased on NESN this Saturday
No. 6 Merrimack at No. 11 Boston University (Fri. at Agganis Arena)
• Merrimack earned its first-ever regular season win at Agganis Arena on Nov. 11 with a 3-2
overtime victory over the Terriers.
• The Warriors' defense allows a nation's best 1.88 goals per game, while senior netminder Joe
Cannata ranks sixth nationally with a 1.92 GAA.
• The Terriers have won seven of their last nine games after falling to Merrimack 3-2 on Nov.
Vermont vs. Massachusetts (Sat. at Fenway Park, NESN)
• Vermont junior forward Sebastian Stalberg has enjoyed five multi-point games in the Catamounts'
last eight tilts, tallying four goals and eight assists during that span.
• Massachusetts senior forward T.J. Syner has notched at least one point in 17 of 19 games
this season and is currently riding a seven-game point streak after recording two assists against
Providence on Thursday night.
• Led by a pair of goals from freshman forward Kyle Reynolds, the Catamounts defeated the
Minutemen 2-1 in the teams' last meeting on Nov. 22.
UNH vs. Maine (Sat. at Fenway Park, NESN)
• Black Bear senior forward Spencer Abbott looks to continue his strong play into the month of
January after being tabbed Athletic Republic Hockey East Player of the Month in December for his
15 points (6g, 9a) during that stretch.
• The Wildcats will aim to get on the board early, as they are 6-1-0 this season when leading after
• Backed by a 31-save performance by senior netminder Matt DiGirolamo, UNH captured a 3-2
win over Maine in the teams' last meeting on Nov. 5 at the Whittemore Center.
No. 6 Merrimack at No. 4 Boston College (Sun. at Conte Forum)
• Boston College has not dropped a game to the Warriors at Conte Forum since Oct. 31,
• Junior forward Chris Kreider leads the Eagles with 25 points (14g, 11a), ranking him 12th in
• The Warriors are 11-0-1 this season when scoring two or more goals.