Quinnipiac Edged by Providence

Quinnipiac Edged by Providence

The Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team finished the opening weekend by splitting the home-and-home series with the Providence Friars in a 3-2 loss at home. Junior Taylor House scored her second goal of the weekend, and senior Sarah-Eve Coutu-Godbout tallied her first of the season. 

SCORE
Providence 3, Quinnipiac 2
 
RECORDS
Quinnipiac (1-1-0, 0-0-0 ECAC), Providence (1-1-0, 0-0-0 Hockey East)
 
LOCATION
Frank Perrotti, Jr. Arena | Hamden, Conn.
 
SCORING SUMMARY

  • (9:45, 1st period, PP) – Quinnipiac 1, Providence 0): On the power play, junior Brooke Bonsteel secured the puck in the right corner and found senior Sarah-Eve Coutu-Godbout behind the net. Coutu-Godbout faked to the left and skated back to the right and scored a wrap-around goal to give Quinnipiac a 1-0 lead. 
  • (6:26, 2nd period, EV) – Quinnipiac 2, Providence 0): Junior Taylor House scored her second goal of the weekend from freshman Alexa Hoskin and sophomore Lexie Adzija in the second period.  
  • (8:12, 2nd period, EV) – Quinnipiac 2, Providence 1): About two minutes later, Providence's Annelise Rice found the puck off a tight pass made by Neve Van Pelt in the right corner. Rice shot it past senior netminder Abbie Ives
  • (19:53, 2nd period, EV) – Quinnipiac 2, Providence 2): The Friars evened the score with seven seconds left in the second period. Maureen Murphy scored for Providence and Meaghan Rickard tallied the assist. 
  • (18:59, 3rd period, EV) – Quinnipiac 2, Providence 3): Rickard sent the puck to Sar Hjalmarsson on the left side, who then shot it to the goal. Bailey Burton tipped it past Ives and recorded the game-winner.

NOTES

  • House and Coutu-Godbout tallied one goal each in the 3-2 loss. House now has two points on the season. 
  • Senior Abbie Ives made 19 saves with 13 coming in the second period. 
  • Junior Brooke Bonsteel added a helper on Coutu-Godbout's goal, and Adzija and Hoskin tallied assists on House's goal. 
  • The Bobcats remain perfect on the penalty kill and kept Providence scoreless on one power play. 
  • Quinnipiac went 1-3 on the power play with two shots. 
  • The Bobcats won 57% of the faceoffs, and Adzija recorded 14 wins of her own. 

UPCOMING GAME

  • Quinnipiac will face the Maine Black Bears next weekend for two road games on Friday, Oct. 11 and Saturday, Oct. 12.