~ UNH heads to Vermont; UConn and No. 9 PC play two, Sunday at Rentscheler Field ~
Northeastern will play Boston University this weekend in a home-and-home series
New Hampshire at Vermont - Two-Game Series (Fri., Sat. at Gutterson Fieldhouse)
- UNH won the first meeting of the season series back on Nov. 26 a 2-0 shutout at the Whittemore Center.
- WHEA Defensive Player of the Week Kayley Herman stopped 84 of 88 shots for a .955 save percentage for
the Wildcats in a two-game series vs. No. 3 BU last weekend in the series split.
- Vermont's goaltender Roxanne Douville has posted back-to-back 1-0 shutout victories. She has a shutout
streak spanning 120 minutes. In her last three games she has stopped 83 of 85 shots (.976%).
- The Catamounts own a 5-2-7 record when scoring the first goal of the game this season.
Northeastern vs. No. 3 Boston University - Two-Game Series (Fri. at BU, Sat. at NU)
- Boston University won the first meeting of the season on Dec. 7, a 3-0 shutout at Walter Brown Arena.
- The Terriers are 13-3-4 all-time against the Huskies, including 6-2-1 at Walter Brown Arena.
- Northeastern has gone to overtime in four of the last six contests with a 1-1-2 record in those OT games.
- BU has outscored its opponents by a 75-29 margin after the first period this season.
Maine at No. 7 Boston College - Two-Game Series (Fri., Sat. at Conte Forum)
- BC won the first meeting of the season series on Jan. 8 at Alfond Arena by a 6-1 score.
- In Tuesday night's first round Beanpot match up against Boston University, Boston College forward Kelli Stack
recorded a goal and an assist giving her 199 career points. With her game-winning goal and second point of the
game, she became the all-time leader in points scored in Boston College history by passing Erin Magee who had
- Maine's schedule is difficult down the stretch with two games against the second place BC and two games
the following week against first place Boston University to close out the regular-season schedule.
Connecticut vs. No. 9 Providence - Two-Game Series (Fri. at PC, Sat. at Rentscheler Field)
- The Friars won the first meeting of the year by a 5-1 marker on Dec. 5 at Schneider Arena.
- Sunday's contest will take place outdoors at Rentschler Field as part of the Whaler's Hockey Fest and will
begin after the men faceoff with Sacred Heart at 1pm.
- This weekend is crucial for both teams, as UConn is just one point ahead of the Friars in the Hockey East
standings coming into the weekend.