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Preview: Boston College Women’s Hockey vs. Providence

The Eagles close out the regular season with a weekend series against the Friars.

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BC women’s hockey closes out their regular season this weekend with two games against the Providence Friars. The Friars are 15-14-3 this season and are coming off of a 4-3 OT win over Merrimack. The Eagles are a significantly better team (they beat the Friars 8-0 earlier this season), but are coming off of a tough loss to Northeastern.

BC first takes on the Friars in Providence on Saturday at 2 PM before returning to Conte on Sunday. Sunday’s game, also starting at 2 PM, will be Senior Night for the class of 2017. You can watch Sunday’s game on BC’s website, but if you can you should head over to the rink to cheer on the seniors in their last regular season home game as Eagles.

The Eagles are graduating 3 seniors this year: Kristyn Capizzano, Haley McLean, and Andie Anastos. All three have had terrific senior seasons, capping off great 4 year careers at BC.

Capizzano has a career high 13 goals and 109 shots this season. She is tied for second on the team in both goals and GWG (3).

McLean has played in 27 games this season and has 2 goals and 7 assists. She scored the game-winner in BC’s 3-1 victory over Merrimack in January.

Anastos is the only player in BC’s graduating class to have been drafted by the NWHL (she was picked 7th overall by the Connecticut Whale). She has 13 goals and 22 in 31 games this season. She is second on the team in points and tied for second in goals and assists.

Congrats to all 3 seniors and go Eagles!