|1st||6:34||MNE||1-0||EV||Jennifer More (7)||Hailey Browne/8|
|2nd||11:09||MNE||2-0||EV||Kelsey MacSorley (6)||Jennifer More/4, Emilie Brigham/8|
|2nd||14:59||MNE||3-0||PP GW||Brooke Stacey (2)||Kristin Gilmour/2, Brooklyn Langlois/5|
|2nd||16:57||NOE||1-3||EV||Denisa Křížová (9)||Heather Mottau/16, Lauren Kelly/5|
|3rd||16:51||MNE||4-1||EV EN||Jennifer More (8)||Hailey Browne/9|
|3rd||17:15||NOE||2-4||PP||Kendall Coyne (19)||Ainsley MacMillan/4, McKenna Brand/8|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Chloé Desjardins (L, 6-12-3)||57:26||3||9||7||5||21|
|Meghann Treacy (W, 8-11-2)||60:00||2||8||18||14||40|
ORONO, Maine - The University of Maine women's ice hockey team won the second game of the two game weekend series versus Northeastern University 4-2 at Alfond Arena Sunday afternoon. Maine improves to 9-12-3 overall on the season and 8-5-1 in Hockey East play. Northeastern drops to 7-13-4 overall and 6-8-1 in Hockey East play.
The Black Bears scored the first goal of the game off of a blocked shot by Emilie Brigham (Anoka, Minnesota) that bounced to center ice where Jennifer More (Deloraine, Manitoba) returned to ice from a penalty and scored (6:34) into the period.
Kelsey MacSorley (Stratford, Ontario) found the back of the net at (11:09) in the second period to give her team a 2-0. MacSorley one-timed a pass from Jennifer More (Deloraine, Manitoba) to beat the Huskie goaltender. Emilie Brigham (Anoka, Minnesota) was also credited with an assist.
Maine kept the pressure on the third period. Brooke Stacey (Kahnawake, Quebec) wristed a shot from the face-off circle to add to the Black Bears' lead. Kristin Gilmour (Millgrove, Ontario) and Brooklyn Langlois (Steinbach, Manitoba) helped set up the scoring play.
Northeastern stopped their scoring woes with a goal from Denisa Krizova at (16:57) in the third period. Heather Mottau had her shot saved by Meghann Treacy (Lake Peakskill, New York). Krizova picked up the loose puck a put her team on the board.
Jennifer More added her second goal of the game on an empty netter from the blue line. Hailey Browne (Oakville, Ontario) assisted on the play.
Kendall Coyne did not quit fighting. Coyne scored on the power play at (17:15) in the third period to help the Huskies climb within two goals, but ultimately, it was not enough.
Meghann Treacy saved 40 of 42 shots on goal, and Chloe Desjardins saved 21 of 24 shots on goal. The Black Bears were 1-3 on the power play, while the Huskies scored one goal in three opportunities.
The Black Bears return to action January 31st at New Hampshire. Puck drop is scheduled for 2:00 pm.