MONTREAL - Despite a strong start on the road, the Carleton Ravens came out on the losing end Saturday afternoon falling 6-2 to Concordia.
The Ravens opened the scoring in the first period when Daphnée Lemay's point sailed beautifully over the pad of the Stingers goaltender. However, the Ravens lead was short-lived as Concordia's power play quickly went to work. The Stingers would score on a 5-on-3 late in the period to tie the game at 1 after twenty minutes.
Jessymaude Drapeau would score her second of the afternoon in the first minute of the second to give the Stingers the lead. Carleton would respond as Laine Guimond fired a shot from the top of the circle that beat Arienne Leblance, but the Stingers didn't down.
Concordia would score their third power-play goal of the afternoon late in the second before putting Carleton away in the final frame.
Rookie goaltender Jenna Goertzen battled well in the Carleton goal, but the veteran Stingers squad was intent on capturing their tenth consecutive victory, and outshot the Ravens 12-7 in the third scoring three times.
Carleton now return to Ottawa to face the uOttawa Gee-Gees on Sunday afternoon in the annual Colonel By Classic.