Schlagel Goal Sends New Hampshire Past Providence, 2-1
Junior defenseman Amy Schlagel scores game-winning goal in third period for Wildcats

Junior defenseman Amy Schlagel scored the game-winning goal for the Wildcats
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 0:26  PRV1-0 EV Christina Putigna (7)Brooke Boquist/6
1st 4:42  UNH1-1 PP Julia Fedeski (4)Jonna Curtis/7, Amy Schlagel/1
3rd 1:09  UNH2-1 PP GW Amy Schlagel (4)Jonna Curtis/8, Julia Fedeski/4
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Providence  1001
New Hampshire  1012
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Providence  1551030
New Hampshire  115420
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Providence (7-8-1)  0/4 6/12 0
New Hampshire (5-11-0)  2/6 4/8 0
Providence Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Madison Myers (L, 3-5-1)59:132 105318
Empty Net0:470     
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Hilary Cashin (W, 4-4-0)60:001 1451029

DURHAM, N.H. - Hilary Cashin (Fredericton, New Brunswick) made 29 saves shots and three Wildcats recorded two points apiece to lead the University of New Hampshire womens' ice hockey team to Sunday afternoon's 2-1 victory against Providence College at the Whittemore Center.

UNH, which won the season series against the Friars at 2-1-0, improved to 5-11-0 overall and 4-6-0 in Hockey East. PC is now 7-8-1, 4-4-1.

Cashin surrendered a goal 26 seconds into the game but stopped the last 29 shots she faced to keep the visitors scoreless the rest of the way. Her 29-save effort included 14 in the first period and 10 in the final frame.

Junior defensemen Julia Fedeski (Algonquin Highlands, Ontario) and Amy Schlagel (Blaine, Minn.) both recorded a goal and an assist, and Jonna Curtis (Elk River, Minn.) assisted on both goals.


Date: Nov. 20, 2016 (2 p.m.)
Location: Whittemore Center (Durham, N.H.)
Attendance: 178
Score: University of New Hampshire 2, Providence College 1
Updated Records: UNH (5-11-0, 4-6-0 WHEA), PC (7-8-1, 4-4-1 WHEA)


UNH (2) - Julia Fedeski, Amy Schlagel
PC (1) - Christina Putigna


UNH (4) - Jonna Curtis (2), Julia Fedeski, Amy Schlagel
PC (1) - Brooke Boquist


UNH- Hilary Cashin 14-5-10-29 (1 GA) {60:00} (Win)
PC- Madison Myers 10-5-3-18 (2 GA) {59:13} (Loss)


- Providence, which scored the last five goals in Saturday's 6-3 home win, opened Sunday's scoring on the first shot of the game 26 seconds after the opening faceoff.

- Christina Putigna intercepted the puck on the left half-boards, slipped a pass down low to Brooke Boquist, received the return pass at the faceoff dot and scored her seventh goal of the season.

- Julia Fedeski netted her fourth goal of the season - third on the power play - to tie the score, 1-1, at 4:42 of the first period. The initial shot by Amy Schlagel from the right faceoff dot was stopped by Myers. The rebound sailed high to the opposite side off Jonna Curtis to the slot, where Fedeski corralled the puck and shoveled a bouncing shot inside the right post.

- The score was tied 1-1 at the end of one period with PC holding a 15-11 shot advantage.

- UNH began the second stanza with one minute remaining on a power play. Immediately as it ended, a loose puck found its way to Fedeski's stick between in the left circle. Her low drive was denied by Myers and Schlagel fired the rebound from the slot off the right post.

- Both teams recorded five shots in the scoreless second period.

- UNH once again had a carry-over power play into the third period, and this time the Wildcats converted the skater advantage into a goal and 2-1 lead.

- Schlagel began and finished the scoring sequence. Her initial shot from the high slot sailed wide right and caromed hard off the end boards to Fedeski, whose close range shot was stopped by Myers. Curtis collected the rebound in the left circle and wristed a shot off the far post. The puck dropped down to Schlagel, who deposited a shot into the open right side of the net at 1:09.

- PC pulled Myers in favor of an extra skater with 77 seconds remaining, but she had to reenter 27 seconds later with a faceoff in the Friars' defensive zone.

- The 'Cats clogged up the neutral zone, which kept Myers on the ice until 20 seconds remained. UNH won a faceoff with six seconds left, but Putigna gained possession and her shot from low on the left side was turned away by Cashin one second before the final buzzer.


- Fedeski matched her career high of two points with the goal and assist. It marked her third two-point effort of the season.

- Schlagel recorded her first multiple-point game of the season and fourth of her career. The two points matches her personal best.

- Curtis has six multiple-point games this season with three two-assist efforts.

- Cashin improved her record to 4-4-0 this season with a 2.78 GAA and .909 save percentage.

- UNH scored multiple power-play goals in a game for the second time this year.


UNH: 4-8. PC: 6-12.


UNH: 2-6. PC: 0-4.


Points (2): Jonna Curtis, Julia Fedeski, Amy Schlagel
Goals (1): Julia Fedeski, Amy Schlagel
Assists (2): Jonna Curtis
Shots (6): Julia Fedeski, Amy Schlagel
Blocked Shots (4): Marie-Jo Pelletier, Jenna Rheault
Faceoffs Won (16): Jonna Curtis


Points (1): Brooke Boquist, Christina Putigna
Goals (1):, Christina Putigna
Assists (1): Brooke Boquist
Shots (8): Christina Putigna
Faceoffs Won (12): Cassidy MacPherson