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Boston University (3-5-0, 2-4-0 HE) vs. #12 Providence (7-2-1, 4-1-1 HE)

Friday, Nov. 4- 7 p.m.

Walter Brown Arena – Boston, Mass. – ESPN+

Saturday, Nov. 5 – 3 p.m.

Schneider Arena – Providence. R.I. – ESPN+

Twitter: @BUGameDay | @TerrierWHockey

The Boston University women’s ice hockey team enters its fifth straight Hockey East home-and-home weekend by hosting No. 12 Providence on Friday (Nov. 4) at Walter Brown Arena. Game time is set for 7 p.m.


  • The Terriers are coming off a 5-2 home win over Merrimack on Saturday to split a weekend series with the Warriors.
  • Freshman Sydney Healey scored a goal in each contest, including Saturday’s game-winner, and was named Hockey East Rookie of the Week.
  • Junior Lacey Martin earned two assists in each game against Merrimack while senior Julia Nearis scored a pair of power-play goals in the victory and added an assist on Friday.
  • Nearis has a team-best seven points on four goals and three assists while Martin is right behind with six points – all assists.
  • Freshman Clara Yuhn (3g, 2a), sophomore Christina Vote (1g, 4a) and graduate student Jesse DeVito (1g, 4a) have contributed five points apiece.
  • Graduate student Andrea Brändli ranks sixth nationally in save percentage (.955) and eighth in goals-against average (1.26).
  • BU has scored four power-play goals thus far this and has also give up four power-play tallies


  • Providence had a six-game win streak snapped last Friday in a 4-1 loss to Northeastern.
  • The Friars and Huskies then skated to a 2-2 draw on Saturday.
  • Graduate student Sara Hjalmarsson leads the Friars in points with 11 on four goals and seven assists.
  • Freshman Reichen Kirchmair has nine points on the strength of a team-best seven goals while graduate student Noemi Neubauerova also has nine points with a pair of goals and seven helpers.
  • Graduate student Sandra Abstreiter has started in goal all 10 games and sports a 1.39 goals-against average to go along with a .945 save percentage.


  • BU is 31-17-4 all-time against Providence.
  • The Terriers are 10-13-3 in meetings at Schneider Arena and 19-4-1 at home.


  • The Terriers will take their first long trip of the season next weekend when they visit Vermont for a two-game set starting on Friday.

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