Shootout
By Victor Fernandes Erie Times-News staff blogger
Staff writer Victor Fernandes has ice in his veins. Hockey – he plays it, coaches it and provides the region's best coverage of it.   Read more about this blog.
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Posted: October 8th, 2010

What: No. 3 Mercyhurst College (2-0-0) at Maine (2-0-0)

When: Saturday and Sunday, 1 p.m.

Where: Alfond Arena – Orono, Maine

On the air: www.goblackbears.com (Internet video/radio)

Players to watch: Mercyhurst – F Meghan Agosta (2 goals, 4 assists, 6 points), G Hillary Pattenden (2-0-0 record, 1.20 goals-against average, .939 save percentage), F Vicki Bendus (3-2-5), F Jesse Scanzano (2-2-4), F Bailey Bram (1-1-2); Maine – So. F Brittany Dougherty (2-5-7), Jr. F Myriam Croussette (2-3-5), Jr. F Danielle Ward (2-3-5), Sr. F Jennie Gallo (2-2-4), So. G Brittany Ott (1-0-0, 0.00, 1.000, 1 shutout)

Fast facts

Mercyhurst – The Lakers opened the season last weekend with a two-game sweep of St. Cloud State by a combined 15-2 score, their most goals in a weekend series since scoring 16 times against Colgate last season. … The Lakers scored nine first-period goals in those games. … Agosta, who took last season off to prepare for her native Canada’s run to a gold medal at the Vancouver Olympics last winter, had two goals and four assists against the Huskies. … Bendus, Scanzano and Bram – three of NCAA Division I’s top-five scorers last season – combined for six goals and 11 points. … The Lakers face the Black Bears for the first time since a two-game sweep (4-0 and 5-0) at home in the 2007-08 season. They travel to Maine for the first time in four years. … The Lakers lead the all-time series 5-1. … They are 39-15-3 overall against Hockey East Association foes, including winning records against all but two schools – New Hampshire (4-5-1) and Northeastern (0-3-0). Junior forward Jess Jones (knee) could join the lineup as soon as next weekend’s trip to Bemidji State. … Agosta and Pattenden are College Hockey America’s reigning player and goaltender of the week.

Maine – The Black Bears began the season with 7-0 and 11-0 wins against Sacred Heart two weeks ago. They were off last weekend. … The Black Bears swept Hockey East’s weekly awards two weeks ago – Dougherty (top player), Ott (top goaltender) and freshman forward Jenny Kistner (top rookie). … They have 11 freshmen and sophomores on their 24-player roster. … They have only one player from Maine.

Up next: at Bemidji State (Oct. 15-16, 3 p.m.)

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