Women’s Hockey East Weekly Recap: November 10th, 2014

Tuesday, Nov. 4

Connecticut 4, Brown 2

After taking a 3-0 lead, the Huskies held off a late rally from the Bears to come away with the win. After Brown made it a 3-2 game in the third period, Emily Snodgrass scored to extend UConn’s lead to 4-2, which sealed it for the Huskies. Annie Belanger made 25 saves in the win. | Box Score | UConnHuskies.com Recap

Friday, Nov. 7

Brown 5, Maine 2

Maine tied the game up early on in the second, 2-2, after finding itself trailing 2-0 just about 10 minutes into the game, but Brown then pulled away with three straight goals. Abbey Cook and Emilie Brigham scored for the Black Bears, and Meghann Treacy recorded 22 saves in net. | Box Score | GoBlackBears.com Recap

Union 2, Providence 2 (OT)

Lexi Romanchuk and Haley Frade scored to give Providence a 2-0 lead, but the Dutchwomen erased the deficit in the third period. Allie Morse made 25 stops in net to preserve the tie for the Friars. | Box Score | Friars.com Recap

Saturday, Nov. 8

Boston College 6, Northeastern 1

No. 1-ranked Boston College continued its stellar play, even with five of its top players out of the line-up while competing at the 4 Nations Cup. Kristyn Capizzano and Kate Leary each scored twice, while Kali Flanagan and Emily Field notched three points each. Heather Mottau scored Northeastern’s lone goal in the contest, and Chloe Desjardins made 34 saves in two periods of action for the Huskies. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap | GoNU.com Recap

New Hampshire 5, Vermont 1

The Wildcats earned a big upset win over the Catamounts at home after Vermont jumped out to a 1-0 lead halfway through the first period. Brittany Zuback got UVM on the board first, but Jonna Curtis answered later on in the period for New Hampshire, who scored five straight goals to earn the win. Curtis led the Wildcats with a goal and two assists, while Julia Fedeski had a two-point night. | Box Score | UNHWildcats.com Recap | UVMAthletics.com Recap

Brown 5, Maine 3

The Black Bears held a 3-0 lead just 6:59 into the game, but they could not hold onto the lead as Brown went on and scored the game’s next five goals to take the win and complete the sweep. Morgan Sakundiak led Maine with a goal and an assist, and Audra Richards and Emilie Brigham also scored for the Black Bears. | Box Score | GoBlackBears.com Recap

Boston University 4, Yale 4 (OT)

BU’s special teams dominated, as the Terriers scored twice shorthanded and twice on the power play in the tie. They overcame a 3-2 deficit in the third period, but couldn’t hang on to the lead, giving up an extra attacker goal with just a couple of minutes left. Shannon Doyle, Kayla Tutino, and Sarah Lefort each recorded two points, while rookie netminder Erin O’Neil made 24 saves. | Box Score | GoTerriers.com Recap

Sunday, Nov. 9

Boston College 4, Vermont 2

BC earned its seventh-straight win in a row with the victory over Vermont. Catamounts goalie Madison Litchfield made 29 saves in net, but it wasn’t enough to hold off the Eagles’ dyamic offense. Amanda Pelkey gave Vermont a 1-0 lead less than three minutes in on the power play, but Boston College scored the game’s next four goals to take the win. Brittany Zuback finished with a goal and an assist for the Catamounts, while Kate Leary tallied another two goals for the Eagles. | Box Score | BCEagles.com Recap | UVMAthletics.com Recap

Providence 4, Connecticut 4 (OT)

The Friars again skated to a tie and remain winless on the year with a 0-9-3 record. Providence held a 3-1 lead heading into the third period, but UConn battled back, scoring three times within the first 5:36 to take a 4-3 lead. Brooke Simpson scored the game-tying goal for the Friars with just four seconds left in regulation. Simpson scored twice in the game and Providence’s Beth Hanrahan had a game-high three assists. | Box Score | Friars.com Recap | UConnHuskies.com Recap

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