New Hampshire Rallies To Tie Providence, 2-2
Senior forward Kate Haslett scores game-tying goal for Wildcats

Senior forward Kate Haslett scored the game-tying goal for the Wildcats
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 17:23  PRV1-0 EV Brooke Boquist (14)Maureen Murphy/5, Rachel Rockwell/11
2nd 10:52  PRV2-0 EV Neve Van Pelt (1)Madison Sansone/4
3rd 2:51  UNH1-2 EV Carlee Turner (6) -
3rd 16:16  UNH2-2 EV GT Kate Haslett (2)Ali Praus/6
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
Providence  11002
New Hampshire  00202
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG
Providence  897529
New Hampshire  7199136
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Providence (14-6-6)  0/4 5/10 0
New Hampshire (10-10-6)  0/5 4/8 0
Providence Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Madison Myers (T, 13-5-6)64:442 7197134
Empty Net0:160      
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Ava Boutilier (T, 8-8-6)64:542 787527
Empty Net0:060      

DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire sophomore Carlee Turner (Scottsdale, Ariz.) and senior captain Kate Haslett (Rothesay, New Brunswick) tallied goals in the third period to turn a late 2-0 deficit to a chance at conference points, as the Wildcats tied the #8 Providence College Friars 2-2 on Friday evening.

Turner's goal came unassisted early in the third period, while Haslett's came off a long rebound from linemate and fellow senior captain Ali Praus (Long Lake, Minn.).

The Friars got a goal in each of the early periods, one just bouncing off the glove of freshman goaltender Ava Boutilier (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) in the first period, and another in the second period that just got away from Boutilier and bounced to a trailing Providence skater. Despite the two goals, Boutilier made 27 saves on the night, including five in overtime, to take a point from the Friars.


Date: Jan. 19, 2018
Location: Whittemore Center Arena - Durham, N.H.
Attendance: 216
Score: UNH 2 (10-10-6, 7-7-4 WHEA) #8 PC 2 (14-6-6, 10-2-4 WHEA)


UNH (2) - Carlee Turner, Kate Haslett
PC (2) - Brooke Boquist, Neve Van Pelt


UNH (1) - Ali Praus
PC (3) - Maureen Murphy, Rachel Rockwell, Madison Sansone


Ava Boutilier - 7-8-7-5 - 27 (2 GA) {64:54} (T, 8-8-6)
Madison Myers - 7-19-7-1 - 34 (2 GA) {64:66} (T, 13-5-6)


- Providence opened up the game 17 minutes into the first period on a rush that just tipped off the glove of Boutilier.

- The Wildcats outshot the Friars 19-9 in the second period but couldn't find the back of the net.

- Providence tallied another goal 10:52 into the second period on a messy rebound; Boutilier made a great initial save but couldn't make it back to her feet in time for the second shot.

- The Wildcats finally answered back 2:51 into the third period, as Turner picked off the puck in the offensive zone and skated down the right side, and got one past Myers on a tough angle to put the 'Cats on the board.

- Haslett's goal came 16:16 into the third period; Ali Praus took an initial shot on a Providence turnover in their own zone. A long rebound came out to Haslett just beyond the right faceoff circle and she buried the shot to tie the game.

- In overtime, the Wildcats spent the first 39 seconds on the power play, but took a penalty with 1:42 remaining in the period. The Wildcats would kill off the power play and preserve the tie.


- The tie is the Wildcats' first tie since December; they tied twice at RPI on the 18th and 19th of December.

- The tie was also the 'Cats first point against a ranked opponent this season, they are now 0-6-1 when facing opponents in the top 10.

- Ali Praus and Kate Haslett are now on two-game scoring streaks. Praus has three assists in two games, Haslett a goal and an assist in two games.

- The Wildcats remain undefeated in games that go to overtime, their record now 3-0-6.


UNH: 5-10 PC: 4-8


UNH: 0-5 PC: 0-4


Points (1): Three players
Goals (1): Carlee Turner, Kate Haslett
Assists (1): Ali Praus
Shots (8): Amy Schlagel
Blocked Shots (3): Tori Howran, Meghara McManus
Faceoffs (12): Carlee Turner


Points (1): Five players
Goals (1): Brooke Boquist, Neve Van Pelt
Assists (1): Three players
Shots (6): Broke Boquist
Blocked Shots (3): Rachel Rockwell
Faceoffs (14): Cassidy MacPherson