MONTREAL - The Carleton Ravens two-game winning streak came to an end Friday night following at 3-1 loss to the Concordia Stingers.
Emily Fecteau opened the scoring 2:40 into the first period and would score again just 9:18 later to give the Stingers all they needed offensively. The defending champions carried the play at times outshooting Carleton 27-13 including a 12-3 first period.
As the Ravens looked to build their way back into the game penalties got the best of them. Just four seconds after killing off their first penalty of the game, Fecteau would complete the natural hat-trick to extend the Stingers lead. Before the Stingers could escape the second up three Jenna Morais scored shorthanded to close the gap to two.
Carleton would push back in the third, generating seven shots and putting pressure on Jordyn Verbeek, but it wasn't enough as the Stingers shut the door to split the season series at one game a piece.
Carleton returns home Sunday afternoon for a key matchup against the Bishop's Gaiters. Puck drop is set for 3:00 pm at the Carleton Ice House.