ORONO, Maine -- The University of Maine women's ice hockey skated into extra minutes on Sunday evening for the second time this weekend, which ended in another 1-1 tie with Providence College. With the two ties, the Black Bears (3-7-2, 0-4-2) notched their first two points in Hockey East. The Friars are now 3-5-2, 2-1-2 in Hockey East action.

After a scoreless first period Providence got on the board with a goal from Kristin Gigliotti, her second of the weekend. The goal was assisted by Mari Pehkonen. With Maine down 1-0 late in the second Providence was called for body-checking to give the Black Bears the one skater advantage. Senior defenseman Kelly Law (Markham, Ontario) took a shot from the point which was deflected in by Sonia Corriveau (Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec) to even the score at 19:45 of the period. Sophomore Chantal Jaillet (St. Eduard de Kent, N.B.) fed the puck to Kelly Law. The goal was Corriveau's fifth of the season.

The Black Bears recorded no shots in the overtime period, while the Friars had four on goal. Both teams had a power-play chance in overtime. Maine went one for eight on the power-play, while Providence was unsuccessful on six opportunities in the game. The teams both had 9 penalties for 18 minutes.

Sophomore goaltender Genevieve Turgeon (Lac Beauport, Quebec) made an amazing 46 saves for the Black Bears, while Jana Bugden tallied 24 saves for the Friars.

The Black Bears return to action against Sacred Heart in a two-game series on Nov. 24 and 25 in Fairfield, Conn. The Black Bears return home on Dec. 2 to face Hockey East foe Northeastern. Gametime at Alfond Arena is noon. For additional information, please visit our website at or call 581-BEAR.