Feb. 5, 2012
With its first shot of the game, UNH broke a scoreless tie. Freshman Jenna Lascelle brought the puck up the right wing and centered to junior Kristina Lavoie, who buried the shot to the top shelf for her team-leading 12th goal of the season.
In the second period, Lascelle connected with Lavoie for a goal that looked like a carbon copy of the first. This time Lascelle received a pass off the boards from sophomore linemate Nicole Gifford and centered a pass from the red line into the slot for Lavoie’s second score of the day.
Despite outshooting UNH and controlling much of the play early on, UConn did not score until the 10:31 mark of the second. Sophomore Jenna Welch (
The Huskies tied the game at 2-2 before the close of the second when senior defenseman Sami Evelyn (
Just over three minutes into the third period, the Wildcats regained the lead on a shot by junior defenseman Kristine Horn that was redirected into the net by the stick of classmate Bryanna Farris. Less than five minutes into the period, sophomore Stephanie Raithby (
At the 15:21 mark of the third, Raithby netted what would hold up to be the game-winning goal. Raithby and junior Kelly Horan (
Looking to add some insurance freshman Emily Snodgrass (
UConn outshot UNH 34-23 for the game, making it only the fifth game this season that the Huskies have outshot their opponent.
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The Huskies return to action on Saturday February 11 against