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Junior forward Paige Rynne scored two goals for the Wildcats
New Hampshire Skates To 5-5 Tie With St. Lawrence
Junior forward Paige Rynne scored two goals for the Wildcats

DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire redshirt sophomore Paige Rynne (Ancaster, Ontario) tallied two goals on Friday afternoon as the Wildcats tied the St. Lawrence University Saints by a score of 5-5.

The Wildcats rallied from a 3-1 deficit at the start of the second period with four unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes to lead 5-3 at the second intermission. The Saints would tie the game on two extra-attacker goals to force the tie.


GAME INFORMATION:

Date: October 4, 2019
Location: Whittemore Center Arena - Durham, N.H.
Attendance: 194
Score: UNH 5 (1-1-1), St. Lawrence 5 (1-2-1)

Goals:

UNH (5) - Paige Rynne (2), Carlee Turner, Meghara McManus, Emily Rickwood

SLU (5) - Anna Segedi (2), Rachel Teslak, Shailynn Snow, Skylar Podvey

Assists:

UNH (6) - Tamara Thiérus (2), Talli Warren, Lauren Martin, Tori Howran, Taylor Wenczkowski

SLU (6) - Kayla Vespa, Shailynn Snow (2), Anna Segedi (2), Kristen Guerriero, Brittney Gout, Maggie

Goaltenders:

Ava Boutilier - 8-10-11-1 - 30 (5 GA) {65:00} (T)

Jaimie Rainville - 8-4-x-x - 12 (5 GA) {38:48} Lucy Morgan - x-x-8-7- 15 (0 GA) {24:27} (T)


GAME RECAP

- St. Lawrence tallied the first goal of the game at 13:58 into the first period. Shailynn Snow turned quickly at the hash marks finding Kayla Vespa behind the net. Vespa slid the puck out front to Anna Segedi who quickly fired a shot just to the left of UNH goaltender Ava Boutilier (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island).

- St. Lawrence scored again at 17:23 into the first period. Anna Segedi found the puck in front of the net after a blocked shot. She put the puck back on net, but her initial shot was saved but she then proceeded to score off her own rebound sending the puck into the left lower side of the net.

- UNH scored its first goal 18:32 into the first period. Tamara Thiérus (Saint-Jérôme, Quebec) was able to poke the puck to Paige Rynne who backhanded it towards the goal and the puck landed just over Jamie Rainville's left shoulder.

- St. Lawrence scored their third goal 3:54 into the second period on a 5-on-3 power play. Rachel Teslak passed the puck from the blue line to Segedi and proceeded to crash the net. Segedi hit her back with a quick pass from the corner. Teslak took a shot land landed to the left of Boutilier.

- The Wildcats then went on a four goal unanswered streak; Carlee Turner (Scottsdale, Ariz.) started the run 10:00 into the second period. Finding the puck at the blue line from Thiérus, Turner carried it to the top of the right circle where she launched a shot to the top left of the net on the breakaway.

- UNH tallied its third goal just 26 seconds later. Meghara McManus (Milton, Mass.) had another breakaway and fired a wrist shot from the top of the right circle which was saved by Rainville. McManus managed to get past the two defensemen to get her own rebound which she slid behind Rainville on the right.

- The Wildcats got their fourth goal 15:11 into the second period. Lauren Martin won the puck by the boards off a bad SLU pass and was able to find a wide open Rynne in front of the net who got off two shots, burying the rebound.

- UNH finished the rally 18:48 into the second period. The Wildcat's were on a powerplay when Taylor Wenczkowski (Rochester, N.H.) passed up to Tori Howran (Bancroft, Ontario) at the blue line who found Emily Rickwood on the left face off dot. Rickwood scored on a wrist shot that went in between Rainville's legs.

- St. Lawrence pulled their goalie with just over four minutes to go in the third period; the Saints were able to score 16:43 into the third period, scored by Shailynn Snow and assisted by Anna Segedi and Kristen Guerriero.

- St. Lawrence took advantage of the extra skater again scoring their fifth goal to tie the game 18:16 into the third period. Brittney Gout found Skylar Podvey at the point. Podvey fired a wrist shot to the top right corner of the net.

- The Wildcats got a power play opportunity in the extra period and tallied two shots but were unable to break the stalemate.


PENALTIES

UNH: 5-10 SLU: 3-6


POWER PLAYS

UNH: 1-3 SLU: 1-5


NEW HAMPSHIRE LEADERS:

Points (2): Paige Rynne, Tamara Thierus
Goals (2): Paige Rynne
Assists (2): Tamara Thierus
Shots (5): Paige Rynne
Blocked Shots (3): Emily Rickwood
Faceoffs (22): Carlee Turner


ST. LAWRENCE LEADERS:

Points (4): Anna Segedi
Goals (2): Anna Segedi
Assists (2): Anna Segedi
Shots (7): Anna Segedi, Shailynn Snow
Blocked Shots (3): Kristen Guerriero, Shailynn Snow
Faceoffs (18): Kayla Vespa

Game Summary

Friday, October 4, 2019

5
5
Game statistics
35 Shots 32
1 / 5 Power Plays 1 / 3
3 / 6 PIM 5 / 10
1-2-1 Records 1-1-1
GOAL SCORERS
St. Lawrence New Hampshire
Anna Segedi (4)
1st/13:58
Anna Segedi (5)
1st/17:23
Paige Rynne (2)
1st/18:32
Rachel Teslak (2)
2nd/3:54 PP
Carlee Turner (2)
2nd/10:00
Meghara McManus (2)
2nd/10:26
Paige Rynne (3)
2nd/15:11
Emily Rickwood (2)
2nd/18:48 PP
Shailynn Snow (1)
3rd/16:43  EA
Skylar Podvey (1)
3rd/18:16  EA GT
GOALTENDERS
St. Lawrence New Hampshire
Jaimie Rainville
38:48, 12 Saves, 5 GA

Lucy Morgan
24:27, 15 Saves, 0 GA
(T, 0-1-1)

Empty Net
1:45, 0 GA
Ava Boutilier
65:00, 30 Saves, 5 GA
(T, 1-1-1)