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Huskies Battle Terriers in Home and Home Series

Dec. 1, 2016

Game Info

Boston University vs. UConn

UConn at Boston University

Date & Time

Friday, Dec. 2 | 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 3 | 3 p.m.


Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum

Walter Brown Arena


Storrs, Conn.

Boston, Mass.

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STORRS, Conn. – Fresh off the 13th annual Nutmeg Classic, the University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey team will return to the Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum on Friday, Dec. 2 when they host RV/RV Boston University before traveling to Boston for part two of the home-and-home series.

There will be a post-game skate at the conclusion of Friday’s game where fans will get a chance to skate with the Huskies.

UConn is 8-5-3 overall and 3-2-1 in hockey east competition going into Friday’s match-up with the Terriers. The Huskies went 0-1-1 last weekend at the Nutmeg Classic after they tied Yale 1-1 but then fell short in a shootout and then dropped a 3-2 decision to No. 8/9 Quinnipiac in the consolation game.

1. Leah Lum – 16 points (10g, 6a)
    Theresa Knutson – 16 points (7g, 9a)
3. Briana Colangelo – 14 points (4g, 10a)

Junior goaltender Annie Belanger (Sherbrooke, Quebec) finished with a combined 80 saves over the last two games, recording 38 against Yale and 42 against Quinnipiac. She was the runner-up for Goaltender of the Month for the month of November after racking up 180 saves in six games.

Junior Justine Fredette (Winnipeg, Manitoba) notched the game-tying goal against Merrimack with 11 seconds on the clock in the third period. Classmate Leah Lum (Richmond, B.C.) took credit for both goals against ranked Quinnipiac.

Record: 10-5-1, 6-5-0 WHEA
The Series: 22-8-4, BU Leads
Last Time Out: Dec. 6, 2015 | Boston, Mass. | BU wins 4-3 

Boston University is riding a five-game win streak after claiming back-to-back wins over Princeton. After downing the Tigers 4-1 in game-one of the series, the Terriers squeaked out a 4-3 comeback win in overtime of game two.

1. Mary Parker – 23 points (15g, 8a)
    Victoria Bach – 23 points (10g, 13a)
3. Maddie Elia – 17 points (7g, 10a)

The Terriers trailed the Tigers 3-2 in the third, but Abby Cook scored to tie it up and send the game into OT. With 37 seconds remaining in extra minutes, Mary Parker netted the game-winning goal to keep the win streak alive for BU.


The Huskies will close out the home-and-home series with the Terriers on Saturday, Dec. 3 at Walter Brown Arena in Boston. Puck drop is slated for 3 p.m.