The UConn Huskies prepare to face off against No. 10 Providence in a home and home series, following a mixed performance in the CT Ice Tournament, where they secured a victory against Sacred Heart but fell short in the championship game against Quinnipiac. Senior Captain Hudson Schandor showcased strong form, scoring 2 goals in the win. The team's sophomore players have also been excelling offensively, with several individuals making significant contributions.

By the Numbers
  • Schandor currently sits second on the team with 16 total points.
  • Sophomore Arsenii Sergeev is 3-0 while only allowing 3 total goals.
  • Chase Bradley leads the team with 10 goals and 11 assists.
State of Play
  • This will be the first matchup between the Friars and Huskies this season.
  • Both the Huskies and Friars boast strong penalty kill units, with UConn posting an 84.4% penalty kill rate and the Friars with an 84.8% penalty kill rate.
  • Yan Kuznetsov became the 6th Husky to reach the NHL, having most recently been called up by the Calgary Flames.
What's Next

The upcoming match presents an opportunity for the Huskies to test their skills against a tough opponent and continue their momentum following the CT Ice Tournament.

Bottom Line

The Huskies are gearing up to face off against No. 10 Providence, with key players showcasing strong form and the team aiming to capitalize on their recent performances to secure a positive result in the home and home series.