After a two-year hiatus, the Frozen Fenway series has returned. On Monday, it was announced that the Boston College women’s hockey team will take on Harvard in the Frozen Fenway on January 10, 2017. Game time is 8 p.m. Eastern.
This game will be part of a larger two-week event that will take place Fenway Park between January 7-16, 2017. Proceeds from the Eagles and Crimson women’s game will go to the Denna Laing Fund.
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Both head coaches are excited about being part of this high profile event.
“We’re so excited to have the opportunity to be part of Frozen Fenway and represent women’s hockey during this great event,” Boston College head coach Katie Crowley said. “And to have two great representatives of women’s hockey – BC and Harvard – it’ll be a fantastic experience for our players and fans alike.”
“Harvard women’s hockey is thrilled to be a part of such a special event at Fenway Park,” Katey Stone in an official release, The Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women’s Hockey. “It will be a great day and night of hockey in support of the Denna Laing Fund. We encourage everyone to participate in honor of Denna and women’s hockey.”
Last season, the Eagles had a 40-1-0 record with their only loss of the season being the championship game of the Women’s Frozen Four. The Crimson were 17-12-3, losing in three games to the Colgate Raiders in the ECAC quarterfinals.
The Crimson are looking to improve their fortunes against the Eagles. Last season, the Eagles had a 2-0-0 record against the Crimson winning both games by a combined goal total of 10-0.
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