Lennoxville, Que. - The Carleton Ravens' women's hockey team's month-long road trip felt a bit longer on Saturday night after the Carleton Ravens fell 4-0 to the Bishop's Gaiters.
The Ravens were looking to build momentum after picking up a much needed 4-1 win on Friday at McGill, but it wouldn't be their night as Justine Turcotte opened the scoring late in the first on the power play and Bishop's never looked back.
The Gaiters would get an even strength goal from Maude Pepin midway through the second period before Gabrielle Santerre scored her eighth goal of her rookie campaign on the powerplay to make it 3-0 after two.
Carleton would push had to come back in the third but penalties would lead to Majorie Bolduc scoring off a set play on the power play in the third to put the game out of reach.
The Ravens are now off until Sunday afternoon when they welcome Montreal to the Ice House for the Ravens' annual toy drive game.