~ UNH visits Harvard; UNH, Providence host Dartmouth; Maine travels to Union for two ~
#4 Boston College hosts #6 Mercyhurst for two games this weekend
No. 6 Mercyhurst at No. 4 Boston College - Two-Game Series (Fri., Sat. at Conte Forum)
• Corrine Boyle's 1.96 GAA ranks 10th in the country among Division I goaltenders and her win percentage
(73.5%) is tied with Northeastern's Florence Schelling for best in the conference and it ranks eighth nationally.
• The Eagles are 5-2-0 this year in non-league play.
• BC's Dru Burns leads the conference among defensive players with 11 points (1g,10a) in 17 games.
Maine at Union - Two-Game Series (Fri., Sat. at Messa Rink)
• Black Bears goalie Brittany Ott stopped 46 of the 47 shots she faced in the 1-0 loss to No. 4 Boston
College on Sunday.
• Maine's roster has three of the top seven scorers in the conference with Myriam Croussette, Brittany
Dougherty and Danielle Ward all having posted 19 points so far this season.
• The Black Bears have scored the most goals of any Hockey East team this season (64) and they are the
only team in the league to score 20+ goals in all three periods.
New Hampshire at Harvard (Fri. at the Bright Hockey Center)
• UNH has a 28-13-4 lifetime record, including last year's 3-1 loss at the Whittemore Center vs. Harvard.
Last year's loss ended a nine-game unbeaten streak (6-0-3) against the Crimson that spanned from December
2004 to November 2009. Three of the last four meetings have gone into overtime.
Dartmouth at New Hampshire (Sat. at the Whittemore Center)
• UNH has a 34-12-4 lifetime record, including a 5-4 road victory in overtime earlier this season, against Dartmouth.
The Wildcats have won five straight vs. the Big Green spanning January 2008 to November 2011.
Dartmouth at Providence College (Sun. at Schneider Arena)
• Ashley Cottrell scored the Friars' lone goal in the loss to Harvard on Thursday night. She has posted at
least one point in the last four games with two goals and two assists during that time.
• Genevieve Lacasse's 445 saves on the season is third most in the league and ranks fourth nationally
amond Div. I goaltenders.