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Women’s Hockey Hits the Road for Princeton and Quinnipiac

Matchup
Date
Time
Venue
Live Stats
Video
Talent
Game Notes

Series
Last Meeting
Streak
Harvard at Princeton
Oct. 27, 2017
6 p.m.
Hobey Baker Rink
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Ivy League Network
Jeff O'Connor, Kelsey Koelzer
Harvard
Harvard leads 45-34-4
L 1-2 (Jan. 7, 2017)
L2

 

Matchup
Date
Time
Venue
Live Stats
Video
Game Notes

Series
Last Meeting
Streak
Harvard at Quinnipiac
Oct. 28, 2017
3 p.m.
High Point Solutions Arena/TD Bank Sports Center
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ESPN3
Harvard
Harvard leads 18-5-3
T 2-2 (Jan. 6, 2017)
T1

 

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Crimson is set for its first road swing of the season on Friday, Oct. 27 at Princeton and will turnaround for an afternoon contest with Quinnipiac on Saturday, Oct. 28. Puck drop is set for 6 p.m. on Friday and 3 p.m. on Saturday. The game at Princeton will be broadcast on the Ivy League Network and Saturday's game will air on ESPN3. 

Quick Hits
Harvard opened the season with a win for the 18th time in Katey Stone's tenure, downing Dartmouth 4-1 last Friday at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. 

Harvard received votes in both major national polls for the second consecutive week. 

Nine different players marked the scoresheet against Dartmouth, including three players with multi-point efforts. Chelsea Ziadie tallied a power-play goal and an assist, while rookies Becca Gilmore and Keely Moy contributed two assists apiece. 

The freshman class combined for six points in the season opener. In addition to Gilmore and Moy, Brooke Jovanovich notched her first career goal and Emma Buckles added an assist. 

In the last 10 meetings with Princeton, Harvard has gone 6-4, outscoring the Tigers 29-11. 

Harvard freshman Brooke Jovanovich and Princeton freshman Annie MacDonald both attended high school at Appleby College in Ontario, Canada.

The Crimson outshot its 2016-17 average by a 14-shot margin in the season opener (43-29.3). Brooke Jovanovich led the team with seven shots on goal. As a team, Harvard attempted 66 shots against Dartmouth. 

Defense as Offense
Senior Chelsea Ziadie currently leads the country in points per game as a defenseman. The Point-Claire, Quebec native posted her first career multi-point game and first career power-play goal against Dartmouth. Ziadie went on to notch an assist on teammate Brooke Jovanovich's first collegiate goal late in the third period against the Big Green. Fellow defensemen Emma Buckles and Kaitlin Tse are slotted eighth in the nation, averaging 1.00 points per game. 

On The Plus Side
Freshman forwards Brooke Jovanovich, Becca Gilmore and Keely Moy all finished with a team high +2 rating after the season opener against Dartmouth. The trio also combined for five points on one goal and four assists.

Bewteen the Pipes
In her season debut, Beth Larcom backstopped the Crimson to a 4-1 victory over Dartmouth. The sophomore denied 23 Big Green shots and registered a .958 save percentage, good for second in the conference and fourth in the country. The performance boosted her career save percentage to .904. Despite allowing one goal against, Larcom ranks sixth in the nation with a 1.00 goals against average and knocked her career mark down to 2.77. 

Ivy League Network
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What's Next?
The Harvard women's hockey team will break next weekend before playing the next seven of eight games at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. The Crimson will open up the elongated home stretch with back-to-back matchups against Brown and Yale on Nov. 10 and 11. Puck drop is scheduled for 6 p.m. and 3 p.m. respectively.

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