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Junior Mikyla Grant-Mentis and senior Katelyn Rae combined for five goals and seven total points in the three games played last season against Boston College. and senior combined for five goals and seven total points in the three games played last season against Boston College. The Warriors will take the ice at 2 p.m. both Friday and Saturday, with the first puck drop set inside Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Mass.The Warriors are in a tight contest for a top-four spot in the Hockey East standings; with Northeastern at the top of the leaderboard with 26 points, teams 2-6 are all separated by merely five points. The #9 Eagles sit in second place with 18 points, while the Warriors dropped to fifth with 13 points.The two teams met up on October 19, with Boston College skating out of its home barn with a 3-1 victory; the loss was the first of the season for Merrimack.The Warriors will wrap up the fall semester this Saturday, December 8, hosting Boston College.