MONTREAL - A hot power play was the difference on Friday night as the Concordia Stingers used three goals on the advantage to up-end the Carleton Ravens 6-0.
For their efforts, the Ravens went 0-for-4 on the advantage wrapping their regular season at 16.9% - good for fourth in the RSEQ. The Ravens' shorthanded struggles were tell-tale for their demanding road schedule where they killed penalties 5% worse than at home and finished the year with a 2-8-1 road record.
The Ravens, who finished their home schedule last weekend with a win - and a 6-5-2 record, found themselves behind late in the first when Alexandra-Anne Boyer scored on the power play. Before the period was over Chloe Gendreau would mark her eighth extending the Stingers' lead.
The Ravens would keep things close in the second until Justine Yelle scored shorthanded with three minutes to play before Caroline Moquin-Joubert scored her ninth on the advantage with just fifty-nine seconds to play in the period.
The Stingers would add two more midway through the third to extend their lead to six handing the Ravens their second 6-0 loss of the month.
Carleton will fall short of the RSEQ playoffs despite reaching 18 points, ten more than last season, and their highest total since 2011-12.