The Boston University women's ice hockey team will travel to face Vermont and Merrimack in crucial Hockey East games with only two weekends left in the regular season. The Terriers are one point behind Vermont and three points ahead of Merrimack in the Hockey East standings.

By the Numbers
  • BU is averaging 6.0 shots more per game than their opponents this season.
  • Senior Lacey Martin leads the team with 13 goals and 23 points.
  • BU has the second-best penalty kill in Hockey East at 91.2%, ranking fourth in the nation.
  • BU is second in the league in faceoff percentage at 53.6%, which is 12th in the country.
State of Play
  • BU is trailing Vermont by one point and leading Merrimack by three points in the Hockey East standings.
  • Vermont is undefeated in its past five contests and senior Natalie Mlynkova leads UVM in points (30) and goals (17).
  • Merrimack has won three of the last four games and grad transfer Celine Tedenby leads the team in points with 21.
What's Next

The Terriers will close the regular season with a home-and-home series against No. 11 UConn.