Overall: 12-18-6
Hockey East: 7-13-4 7th
Nonconference: 5-3-2

Home: 9-4-3
Away: 2-14-3
Neutral: 1-0-0
Overtime: 1-1-6

Full Schedule/Results
Final Statistics

Team Leaders

1. Brent Gough 12-12--24
2. Matt Johnson 8-14--22
2. Marco Rosa 10-12--22
4. Bryan Schmidt 9-12--21
5. Tim Reidy 7-9--16
1. Brent Gough 12
1. Marco Rosa 10
3. Bryan Schmidt 9
4. Matt Johnson 8
5. Tim Reidy 7
1. Matt Johnson 14
2. Brent Gough 12
2. Marco Rosa 12
2. Bryan Schmidt 12
5. Tony Johnson 10
5. Alex Sikatchev 10
5. Lucas Smith 10
Power Play Goals
1. Tim Reidy 5
1. Bryan Schmidt 5
3. Matt Johnson 3
3. Marco Rosa 3
Shorthanded Goals
1. Marco Rosa 1
Plus / Minus
1. Rob LaLonde +10
2. Lucas Smith +7
3. Bryan Schmidt +6
4. Tony Johnson +4
5. Brendon Clark +2
5. Steve Crusco +2
Goals Against Avg.
1. Joe Exter 2.91 (11-16-6)
2. Casey Guenther 4.44 (1-2-0)
Save Percentage
1. Joe Exter .915
2. Casey Guenther .855
Power Play (HE)
24-145 16.6%
(14-86 16.3% 8th)
Penalty Kill
139-175 79.4%
(76-97 78.4% 7th)

Game Recap

Warriors Tie No. 12 Friars, 2-2

Friday, November 22, 2002

Providence, R.I. -- Merrimack skated to a 2-2 tie with No. 12 Providence on Friday, November 22 in HOCKEY EAST action at Schneider Arena.

Providence graduate student Peter Fregoe (Massena, N.Y.) scored the tying goal on a power-play with 3:35 remaining in the game to force the 2-2 tie.

After a scoreless first period, Merrimack's Tim Reidy tallied the first goal of the game during a power-play at 7:20 of the second period. Bryan Schmidt fired a shot from the point which Reidy redirected between Friar goaltender Bobby Goepfert's legs. Providence evened the score at the 11:52 mark of the second period when sophomore Chris Chaput (Pawtucket, R.I.) wristed in a shot from five feet in front of the net.

In the third period, Blake Stewart broke up a play at his own blueline and broke in to score the go-ahead goal for Merrimack as the Warriors took a 2-1 lead at the 4:38 mark of the third period. Providence pressured Merrimack but could not get the tying goal past Warrior netminder Joe Exter. Exter made a number of strong saves to keep Merrimack in the game.

The Friars were finally able to get their second goal of the night as Fregoe pushed in a rebound off of Stephen Wood's blast from the point on a power play.

Providence outshot Merrimack, 49-36. Exter finished with 47 saves and earned the game's No. 1 star. Goepfert also played well in net, making 34 stops for the Friars.

The teams meet again at Merrimack on Sat. Nov. 23 at 7:00 p.m.

Courtesy Providence Sports Information (edited).

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