Boston College Skates to 2-2 Tie at St. Lawrence

Junior forward Haley Skarupa scored a goal for the Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 10:57  STL1-0 EV Kayla Raniwsky (1)Amanda Boulier/3, Dominique Korakianitis/2
2nd 10:09  BC1-1 EV Andie Anastos (1) -
2nd 10:58  BC2-1 EV Haley Skarupa (3)Kristyn Capizzano/3, Alex Carpenter/4
3rd 15:52  STL2-2 EV GT Amanda Boulier (1)Kennedy Marchment/2, Alex Moore/1
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
Boston College  02002
St. Lawrence  10102
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG
Boston College  17105234
St. Lawrence  559120
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Boston College (2-0-1)  0/1 2/4 0
St. Lawrence (1-2-1)  0/2 1/2 0
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Katie Burt (T, 2-0-1)65:002 458118
St. Lawrence Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Carmen MacDonald (T, 1-2-1)65:002 1785232

Canton, N.Y. - No. 3 Boston College women's ice hockey played to a 2-2 overtime draw against St. Lawrence Saturday afternoon to go 1-0-1 on the weekend against the Saints. The Eagles are now 2-0-1 on the season.

Despite controlling possession of the puck in the Saints' zone for the majority of the first frame, the Eagles gave up a goal with nine minutes remaining in the opening period. Boston College held a 17-5 shot advantage, but trailed St. Lawrence, 1-0, heading into the first intermission.

Ten minutes into the second period, sophomore forward Andie Anastos scored her first goal of the season, unassisted, to even the score at one goal apiece.

Less than a minute later, junior forward Haley Skarupa netted her third goal of the season to move the Eagles ahead, 2-1. Sophomore forward Kristyn Capizzano and junior forward Alex Carpenter assisted Skarupa's go-ahead goal.

Boston College continued the pressure in the Saints defensive zone, putting together another ten shots on St. Lawrence goaltender Carmen Macdonald in the second frame. Eagle goaltender Katie Burt recorded five saves in period two to keep the St. Lawrence offense at bay.

The third period saw back-and-forth possession from both the Eagles and the Saints. With 4:08 remaining on the game clock, St. Lawrence's Kayla Raniwsky tied up the game at two on a scramble in front of the BC net.

At the end of regulation, Boston College and St. Lawrence remained even at two goals apiece. The teams played a goalless five-minute overtime, resulting in a 2-2 tie.

The overall shot count came out to 34-20 in favor of the Eagles. Boston College goaltender Katie Burt tallied 18 saves throughout the game. Senior defenseman Emily Pfalzer was on the ice for both of BC's goals, recording a plus-two in Saturday afternoon's game. Pfalzer leads the Eagles with a +9 rating on the season.

The Eagles are back in action on Sunday, Oct. 19 for their first Hockey East matchup of the season at the University of New Hampshire.