Senior goalie Hayden Hawkey made 27 saves for the Friars
Providence Skates to a 3-3 Draw Against Miami

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The No. 16 Miami RedHawks rallied from a 3-1 third period deficit to earn a tie with the No. 10 Providence College men's hockey team on Saturday night at Schneider Arena. The Friars' unbeaten streak was extended to eight games in the process (5-0-3).


No. 10 Providence - 3 | No. 16 Miami - 3


Providence - 12-4-4 (6-2-1 HEA) | Miami - 9-7-4 (3-3-2 NCHC)


Schneider Arena - Providence, R.I.


Hayden Hawkey (PC) - 27 saves
Ryan Larkin (Miami) - 31 saves


- Scott Conway cashed in with a goal in his fifth-consecutive game at 5:35 of the first period, his ninth strike of the season to put the Friars up 1-0 on the power play.

- The teams combined for 20 penalty minutes in the opening period.

- Ben Mirageas tallied his second goal of the season as his wrist shot through a screen beat Larkin to the glove side. It was his first goal since Nov. 3.

- Back-to-back penalties in the third period gave the RedHawks momentum and they cut the deficit in half on Ryan Siroky's goal at 5:58.

- Bryan Lemos responded just 13 seconds later for the Friars with his second goal of the season to regain the two-goal cushion at 3-1.

- Christian Mohs made it a 3-2 game after his wrist shot bounced in off a Friar defenseman.

- Miami tied things up with 41.2 left on the clock as Gordie Green re-directed the tying goal past Hawkey with the extra attacker.

- The Friars held a big territorial advantage in overtime, but Larkin held them at bay to secure the 3-3 tie.

- Björkqvist's point streak was snapped at seven games.

- Wilkins extended his career-long point streak to 10 games (4-12-16). He leads the Friars in scoring with 23 points overall.

- Jack Dugan now has a career-long five-game point streak (1-5-6).

- Conway has six goals and three assists over his last six games.

- Providence improved to 8-1-3 in their last 12 games against the RedHawks.

- The Friars are now 9-0-2 when leading after 40 minutes this season.


1-0 (Providence) - 5:35/1st - PP - Scott Conway (Young, Thompson) - Young turned and slid a pass from the right point to the top of the crease where Conway deflected it in.

2-0 (Providence) - 12:37/2nd - PP - Ben Mirageas (Dugan, Conway) - Dugan dropped a pass from the right circle to the point where Mirageas finished a wrist shot through traffic.

2-1 (Miami) - 5:58/3rd - PP - Ryan Siroky (Gruden, Hutton) - Gruden delivered a pass across the crease to Siroky's stick that he finished with a wrist shot.

3-1 (Providence) - 6:11/3rd - EV - Bryan Lemos (Duhaime, Wilkins) - Lemos skated onto a puck bouncing around in front of the crease that he beat the Miami goalie stick side.

3-2 (Miami) - 14:39/3rd - EV - Christian Mohs (Mahalak, Siroky) - Mohs shot from the right point deflected off Callahan's body past Hawkey.

3-3 (Miami) - 19:18/3rd - EV - Gordie Green (Melnick, Hutton) - Melnick passed from the right dot to Green sitting in front of the net that and he re-directed a shot over the glove of Hawkey.


Goals: Conway, Lemos, Mirageas (1)
Assists: Young, Conway, Dugan, Duhaime, Wilkins, Thompson (1)
Points: Conway (2)
Shots: Conway, Callahan (4)


Providence - 2/4
Miami - 1/7


Providence - 34
Miami - 30


The Friars hit the road in Hockey East play next Friday night (Jan. 11) at Boston College beginning at 7 p.m.

Game Summary

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Game statistics
30 Shots 34
1 / 7 Power Plays 2 / 4
7 / 14 PIM 11 / 30
9-7-4 Records 12-4-4
Miami Providence
Scott Conway (9)
1st/5:35 PP
Ben Mirageas (2)
2nd/12:37 PP
Ryan Siroky (5)
3rd/5:58 PP
Bryan Lemos (2)
Christian Mohs (1)
Gordie Green (7)
3rd/19:18  EA GT
Miami Providence
Ryan Larkin
64:16, 31 Saves, 3 GA
(T, 8-5-2)

Empty Net
0:44, 0 GA
Hayden Hawkey
65:00, 27 Saves, 3 GA
(T, 12-4-3)