The Providence College Friars returned to action from the holiday break on Sunday evening and pulled away with their tenth victory of the season thanks to Mark Jankowski's strong play.
Jankowski was tabbed the first star in Providence's 4-1 win over Massachusetts, registering two points.
The Calgary Flames 2012 first round pick scored the game-winner in the second period, battling his way to the front of the net and backhanded a behind-the-net pass from Shane Luke.
He set up Providence's fourth goal, dishing the puck off to Trevor Mingoia, who was parked in the slot while the Friars were on the power play.
With those two points, Jankowski has moved into second in team scoring with 10 points through 13 games this year. He is averaging 0.77 points-per-game in his junior season.
Providence sits fourth in Hockey East with a 10-6-1 record and 31 points on the year.