FINAL: Holy Cross holds on to win 3-2 🟣
Holy Cross hangs on to take the nightcap at Fenway Park, defeating BU, 3-2.
Alexia Moreau, Casey Borgiel and Darci Johal scored for the Crusaders, as did Claire O'Leary and Clara Yuhn for the Terriers.
Madison Beck made 23 saves for HC, and Andrea Brändli stopped 30 shots for BU.
GOAL! 🚨 BU pulls within one | 3rd – 1:05
Claire O'Leary cuts it to 3-2 for the Terriers with just over a minute remaining.
GOAL! 🚨 Holy Cross adds insurance | 3rd – 2:57
END 2ND: HC still leads by 1️⃣
The second period saw BU even things up, but Holy Cross retook the lead moments later. They head into the locker room with a 2-1 lead.
Shots on goal are 22-17 in favor of the Crusaders.
GOAL! 🚨 Crusaders retake the lead | 2nd – 6:25
END 1ST: Holy Cross leads 1-0 👀
After the opening 20 minutes at Fenway Park, Holy Cross leads BU, 1-0, thanks to Casey Borgiel.
Shots on goal are 9-6 in favor of the Crusaders, who will start the second period with 4:04 of power play time after a major penalty for the Terriers.
GOAL! 🚨 HC gets it started | 1st – 14:25
The Crusaders open the scoring as Casey Borgiel's shot from the point finds a way through the traffic in front of the crease.
Game on between Holy Cross and BU 🍿
The puck is down and we're underway in the nightcap at Fenway Park as Boston University battles Holy Cross.
It's 𝘧𝘪𝘯𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘺 game day at 𝗙𝗘𝗡𝗪𝗔𝗬‼️— BU Women's Hockey (@TerrierWHockey) January 6, 2023
🆚 Holy Cross
🕒 6:30 p.m.
🏟 Fenway Park
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BU vs. Holy Cross will begin at 7 p.m. 🏒
The nightcap here at Fenway Park will showcase Boston University against Holy Cross.
Puck-drop was pushed back to 7 p.m. after the conclusion of Quinnipiac-Harvard.
Here's how the Terriers and Crusaders will line up:
Here’s how BU and Holy Cross will line up in the nightcap pic.twitter.com/wgiTOHHIaD— Patrick Donnelly (@PatDonn12) January 6, 2023
FINAL: Quinnipiac downs Harvard, 3-1 🐯
The Bobcats hold on to win at Fenway Park, downing the Crimson, 3-1.
Final shots on goal were 27-16, in favor of Quinnipiac.
Olivia Mobley, Nina Steigauf and Madison Chantler scored for QU, while Shannon Hollands tallied for Harvard.
Logan Angers made 20 saves for the win.
The content we need and deserve👇— Quinnipiac Women's Ice Hockey (@QU_WIH) January 6, 2023
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GOAL! 🚨 Bobcats get it back | 3rd – 17:45
48 seconds after Harvard cut the lead in half, Quinnipiac restores their two-goal lead to make it 3-1.
Madison Chantler beat Alex Pellicci with a shot to the blocker side.
🎶 Take us out to the ball game, take us out with the crowd 🎶 pic.twitter.com/bfghZqpbXj— Quinnipiac Women's Ice Hockey (@QU_WIH) January 6, 2023