2017-18 HOCKEY EAST TEXT BOX SCORE
Merrimack (MER) at Maine (MNE)
Date: Friday, January 19, 2018
Conference Game
Attendance: 157
Start Time: 2:00 pm  End Time: 3:57 pm  Total Time: 1:57

Scoring by Period - MER 0-1-0=1; MNE 1-0-3=4

1st Period
Scoring - 1, MNE Lydia Murray/6 (Anna Zíková/9, Vendula Přibylová/10) 17:50 (PP)
Penalties - Katelyn Rae, MER (Tripping) 16:58; Daria Tereshkina, MNE (Cross-Checking) 19:54

2nd Period
Scoring - 2, MER Katelyn Rae/14 (Mikyla Grant-Mentis/5, Madison Morey/5) 4:44
Penalties - Bench, MNE (Too Many Players) 7:52; Brooke Stacey, MNE (Interference) 16:41; Emily Volpe, MER (Hooking) 19:42

3rd Period
Scoring - 3, MNE Brooke Stacey/10 (Tereza Vanišová/25, Anna Zíková/10) 1:07 (PP) (GW)
4, MNE Michelle Weis/7 (Alyson Matteau/8, Tereza Vanišová/26) 2:05
5, MNE Michelle Weis/8 19:48 (EN)
Penalties - Mikyla Grant-Mentis, MER (5-Hitting from Behind) 8:01; Mikyla Grant-Mentis, MER (10-Game Misconduct) 8:01

Merrimack Goaltending - Léa-Kristine Demers (56:02, 38 shots, 35 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (3:58, 1 GA)

Maine Goaltending - Carly Jackson (60:00, 30 shots, 29 saves, 1 GA)

Win - Carly Jackson, MNE (14-5-3). Loss - Léa-Kristine Demers, MER (3-6-2).

Shots On Goal - MER 9-13-8=30; MNE 9-18-12=39

Power Plays - MER 0 of 3; MNE 2 of 3

Penalties - MER 4 (19 min); MNE 3 (6 min)

New Records - Maine 16-6-3, Merrimack 8-15-3

Three Stars: 1. Carly Jackson (Maine) 2. Brooke Stacey (Maine) 3. Michelle Weis (Maine)

Referees: Bob Hawkes, Patrick Silva  Linesmen: Dan Hanafin, John Mulory