|From the Vault|
Former Terrier Nick Roberto hunts the puck on a PK in the
second period against Merrimack in last year's 4-1 loss.
(Photo by Matt Dresens)
All in all, Merrimack comes into this weekend series with a 7-11-4 (4-7-2 HE) record and are 3-2-0 since the break. One of those wins includes a 3-2 debunking of the defending national champion Denver Pioneers in the Mile High City on December 30th.
A year ago, Merrimack stunningly swept BU in an extended two-game series while the Terriers were ranked number one in the country. The Warriors gutted out a 3-1 win at Lawler rink on Tuesday, January 24th, and then rolled 4-1 the following Friday at Agganis.
Scouting the Warriors
A pair of seniors lead the scoring pace, as Jace Hennig and Brett Seney have amassed 20 points in 22 games played. Hennig has notched eight goals and 12 assists, while Seney has put home six goals and added 14 helpers. Other players to watch include Jared Kolquist, Derek Petti, and Sami Tavernier.
In goal, Craig Pentane holds a .918 save percentage and a 2.26 goals against average with 7-6-2 record in 16 appearances.