The Bobcats left their mark in Princeton’s record books in 2017 when they defeated the Tigers 3–2 in triple OT of game one in the ECAC Quarterfinals, the longest game in Tiger history. Since then, however, Princeton has dominated them, snuffing that 2017 team by winning the next two in the series, and then winning five of the six meetings since.
This past weekend, the No. 6 women’s hockey team played its last weekend of the regular season hosting to Ivy League foes, Brown and Yale. Princeton ended the regular season with a sweep before the ECAC Tournament begins.
Women’s Ice Hockey beat St. Lawrence (4-0) but lost to #6 Clarkson (1-2) this past weekend on a road-trip to upstate NY.
Princeton women’s hockey went 2–0 in their second to last weekend of the regular season. They defeated both Rensselaer and Union in two tough battles. The Tigers have already guaranteed themselves a playoff position as one of the top eight teams, and need one more win to ensure a home quarterfinal. The Tigers’ toughest remaining game is against No. 7 Clarkson next Saturday afternoon. When these teams last met Princeton, won 2–1.
This past week, the No. 6 women’s hockey team began the final push to the end of their season with three road games in five days against Quinnipiac, Yale, and Brown. Princeton swept all three games winning by a combined 9—4 to maintain its position at second in the ECAC standings.
This coming weekend, the No. 7 women’s hockey team (13–4–0, 8–3–0 ECAC) returns to ECAC play when it travel up north to take on two Ivy League opponents, Dartmouth (5–7–3, 2–4–3) and No. 9 Harvard (10–4–0, 9–0–0).
On Friday night, Princeton was defeated by No. 4 Cornell (11–1–1, 7–0–1) 5–1 but made a comeback the next day against Colgate, overcoming them in the third period and winning 7–5. The Tigers will play Ohio State next weekend in Las Vegas, NV.
The No. 6 women’s hockey team defeated a group of professional hockey players from the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association 2—1 in an exhibition game on Sunday .
The Tigers swept the weekend defeating the Golden Knights 2–1 and the Saints 6–2.
The women’s ice hockey team is ready for the Black Out.