A four-goal second period was the difference as the Concordia Stingers beat the Carleton Ravens 6-1 on Friday night.
Carleton played fantastic defensive hockey in the first, keeping the Stingers at bay while creating some chances of their own. Frederike Lavoie-Leroux stood tall in the Ravens net through 20 minutes making 14 saves.
The Stingers would let loose in the second, after opening the period with a power play goal, Concordia would score three more times on 16 shots to take a 4-0 lead. Emilie Lussier had two for the Stingers in the frame who held Carleton to 8 shots for the period.
Carleton would find their first-period form in the third until a blocked shot ended up on the stick of Lavoie on the far side of the ice, leaving her wide open for her second of the evening. The Stingers would add one more before Ava Beck would steal a pass at the Concordia blue line and snipe above the pad of Madison Oakes to spoil the shutout bid.
Carleton is immediately back on the road facing McGill tomorrow night at McConnell Arena.