Maine vs. Providence: By the Numbers

Record:

Maine: 8-10-2 Hockey East, 13-18-3 Overall, 8th place, 18 HE pts.

PC: 11-8-1 Hockey East, 19-11-2 Overall, t-3rd place, 23 HE pts.

 

Maine: 5-7-1 on the road, 23-25-3 at Schneider Arena

PC: 10-4-0 at home

 

Maine: 3-2-0 in last 5 games, streak: W1

PC: 3-1-1 in last 5 games, streak: L1

 

Ranking:

Maine: USCHO (NR), Pairwise #40t, RPI #42

PC: USCHO #13, Pairwise #11t, RPI #12

 

Season Series:

Providence won 4-0-0

Game 1: Providence 4-2, Alfond Arena

Game 2: Providence 3-2, Alfond Arena

Game 3: Providence 3-1, Schneider Arena*

Game 4: Providence 4-2, Schneider Arena*

* – Hockey East Quarterfinals

Historic Series:

Maine leads series 64-44-7

Played in 1989 NCAA Quarterfinals, Maine won series 2-1

Played in 1996 Hockey East Championship, Providence won 3-2

Goaltending:

Maine:

Matt Morris, R-So, 18 GP/16 starts, 7-7-2, 2.86 GAA, .907 SV%

Sean Romeo, Fr, 20 GP/18 starts, 6-11-1, 3.04 GAA, .903 SV%

PC:

Jon Gillies, Jr, 30 GP/30 starts, 17-11-2, 2.00 GAA, .931 SV%

Nick Ellis, So, 5 GP/2 starts, 2-0-0, 2.22 GAA, .910 SV%

 

Leading Scorer:

Maine: Devin Shore, Jr, F (34 GP, 13-20-33)

PC: Nick Saracino, Jr, F (31 GP, 10-19-29)

Leading Goal Scorer

Maine: Devin Shore, Jr, F (34 GP, 13 Goals)

PC: Trevor Mingoia, Jr, F (32 GP, 13 Goals)

Powerplay Goals:

Maine: Nolan Vesey, Fr, F (31 GP, 3 PP goals)

PC: Trevor Mingoia, Jr, F (32 GP, 6 PP goals)

Team Offense:

Maine: 29/59 in the nation, 9/12 in Hockey East (2.82 G/GM)

PC: 30t/59 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (2.81 G/GM)

Team Defense:

Maine: 45/59 in the nation, 11/12 in Hockey East (3.18 G/GM)

PC: 6/59 in the nation, 1/12 in Hockey East (2.03 G/GM)

Powerplay:

Maine: 49/59 in the nation, 11/12 in Hockey East (17/126, 13.5%)

PC: 43/59 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (22/152, 14.5%)

Penalty Kill:

Maine: 27/59 in the nation, 5/12 in Hockey East (84%)

PC: 17t/59 in the nation, 4/12 in Hockey East (85.6%)

Penalty Minutes:

Maine: 37/59 in the nation, 6/12 in Hockey East (10.7 PIM/G)

PC: 42/59 in the nation, 8/12 in Hockey East (10.3 PIM/G)

Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Feb 21, 2015

On this week’s edition of Unsportsmanlike Conduct we talked about the following:

Maine Hockey: 0:00

Red Sox: 36:23

NFL/Pats: 54:32

Maine WBB & SN Polls: 1:21:50

Maine vs. Northeastern: Highlights

Maine and Northeastern split senior weekend at Alfond Arena, here’s how both games sounded on WMEB 91.9 FM

Friday, February 20, Northeastern 6-4

Saturday, February 21, Maine 6-3

All Access: Maine 6 Northeastern 3

Maine defeated Northeastern 6-3 on Senior night, here’s what players and coaches had to say

Red Gendron

Nolan Vesey

Devin Shore

Connor Leen

Jim Madigan

Courtesy of NU Athletics

All Access: Northeastern 6 Maine 4

Northeastern defeated the Black Bears 6-4, here’s what the coaches and players had to say afterwards.

Red Gendron

Cedric Lacroix & Ben Hutton

Jim Madigan

Maine vs. Northeastern: By The Numbers

Maine hosts Northeastern for senior weekend, here’s how they matchup, by the numbers

Record:
Maine: 7-9-2 Hockey East, 12-17-3 Overall, t-8th place, 16 HE pts.
NU: 9-7-2 Conference, 14-11-4 Overall, t-5th place, 20 pts.

Maine: 7-9-2 at home
NU: 5-7-2 on the road, 14-32-10 at Arena

Maine: 2-1-2 in last 5 games, streak: W2
NU: 5-0-0 in last 5 games, streak: W6

Ranking:

Maine: USCHO (NR), PWR (41t), RPI (41)

NU: USCHO (NR: 29 RV), PWR (20t), RPI (20)

Season Series (2013-14):

Northeastern won 1-0-1

Game 1: Tie 4-4 (OT)

Game 2: Northeastern 4-3

Goaltending:
Maine:

Matt Morris, R-So, 16 GP/14 starts, 6-7-2, 2.63 GAA, .916 SV%

Sean Romeo, Fr, 19 GP/18 starts, 6-10-1, 3.04 GAA, .904 SV%

NU:

Clay Witt, Sr, 17 GP/17 starts, 9-6-2, 2.51 GAA, .913 SV%

Derick Roy, So, 13 GP/12 starts, 5-5-2, 2.57 GAA, .915 SV%

Leading Scorer:
Maine: Devin Shore, Jr, F (32 GP, 11-18-19)
NU: Kevin Roy, Jr, F (28 GP, 16-21-37)

Leading Goal Scorer:
Maine: Two-way tie w/ 11 goals (Devin Shore & Blaine Byron)
NU: Kevin Roy, Jr, F (28 GP, 16 goals)

Power Play Goals:
Maine: six-way tie with 2 PP goals

Devin Shore, Cam Brown, Blaine Byron, Nolan Vesey, Ben Hutton & Malcolm Hayes

NU: Colton Saucerman, Jr, D (25 GP, 6 PP goals)

Team Offense:
Maine: 34/59 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (2.69 G/GM)
NU: t-22/59 in the nation, 8/12 in Hockey East (2.93 G/GM)

Team Defense:
Maine: t-43/59 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (3.09 G/GM)
NU: 36/59 in the nation, 7/12 in Hockey East (2.66 G/GM)

Power Play:
Maine: 50/59 in the nation, 11/12 in Hockey East (16/116, 13.8%)
NU: 12/59 in the nation, 3/12 in Hockey East (28/130, 21.5%)

Penalty Kill:
Maine: 28/59 in the nation, 5/12 in Hockey East (83.9%)
NU: 52/59 in the nation, 11/12 in Hockey East (76.2%)

Penalty Minutes:
Maine: 35/59 in the nation, 6/12 in Hockey East (10.8 PIM/G)
NU: 32/59 in the nation, 5/12 in Hockey East (11 PIM/G)

Games are set for Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 7:00 p.m. which you can hear both live and commercial free on WMEB 91.9 FM

Maine vs. Merrimack: By the Numbers

Maine heads down to North Andover, MA to take on Merrimack, here’s how they stack up.

Record:
Maine: 5-9-2 Hockey East, 10-17-3 Overall, t-9th place, 12 HE pts.
Mer: 5-9-2 Conference, 14-11-3 Overall, t-9th place, 12 HE pts.

Maine: 3-7-1 on the road, 25-11-5 at Lawler Arena
Mer: 9-2-2 at home

Maine: 1-2-2 in last 5 games, streak: L1
Mer: 1-4-0 in last 5 games, streak: L3

Ranking:

Maine: USCHO (NR), PWR (45t), RPI (47)

Mer: USCHO (NR, 42 RV), PWR (21t), RPI (23)

Season Series:

 

Maine won series 3-0 last season

Game 1: 2/14 Maine 2-1, Alfond Arena

Game 2: 2/15 Maine 3-2, Alfond Arena

Game 3: 3/8* Maine 2-0 Alfond Arena

* – Hockey East first round game

Goaltending:
Maine:

Matt Morris, R-So, 14 GP/12 starts, 4-7-2, 2.58, .918 SV%

Sean Romeo, Fr, 19 GP/18 starts, 6-10-1, 3.04 GAA, ..904 SV%

Mer:

Rasmus Tironnen, Sr, 21 GP/20 starts, 10-7-2, 2.11 GAA, .929 SV%

Collin Delia, Fr, 9 GP/8 starts, 4-4-1, 1.86 GAA, .937 SV%

Leading Scorer:
Maine: Devin Shore, Jr, F (30 GP, 10-16-26)
Mer: Brett Seney, Fr, F (27 GP, 11-13-24)

Leading Goal Scorer:
Maine: two-way tie with 10 goals (Shore & Byron)
Mer: Brett Seney, Fr, F (27 GP, 11 goals)

Power Play Goals:
Maine: five-way tie with 2 PP goals
Mer: Hampus Gustafsson, So, F (28 GP, 5 PP goals)

Team Offense:
Maine: 38/59 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (2.57 G/GM)
Mer: 44/59 in the nation, 11/12 in Hockey East (2.36 G/GM)

Team Defense:
Maine: 43/59 in the nation, 10/12 in Hockey East (3.10 G/GM)
Mer: 12/59 in the nation, 4/12 in Hockey East (2.18 G/GM)

Power Play:
Maine: 47/59 in the nation, 9/12 in Hockey East (15/106, 14.2%)
Mer: 40/59 in the nation, 8/12 in Hockey East (19/126, 15.1%)

Penalty Kill:
Maine: t-27/59 in the nation, 2/12 in Hockey East (83.6%)
Mer: 5/59 in the nation, 6/12 in Hockey East (89.2%)

Penalty Minutes:
Maine: t-37/59 in the nation, 7/12 in Hockey East (10.8 PIM/G)
Mer: 21/59 in the nation, 2/12 in Hockey East (12.6 PIM/G)

Maine vs. Notre Dame Highlights

Maine took home only 1 point against Notre Dame, here’s how both games sounded on WMEB 91.9 FM.

First, Friday’s 4-4 tie

Second, Saturday’s ND 5-1 win

All Access: Notre Dame 5 Maine 1

Notre Dame defeated Maine 5-1, here’s what players and coaches had to say afterward

Red Gendron

Matt Morris and Connor Leen

Austin Wuthrich and Vince Hinostroza

Jeff Jackson

All Access: Maine 4 Notre Dame 4 OT

Maine and Notre Dame battled to a 4-4 draw, here’s what both teams had to say:

Red Gendron

Brady Campbell & Devin Shore

Jeff Jackson, Notre Dame HC

 

Both teams will wrap up their series tonight, puck drop set for 7pm which you can hear on WMEB 91.9 FM

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