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But a bad turnover along the offensive blue line less than 90 seconds later led to a breakaway for graduate forward Brett Bruneteau’s eventual game-winner.
Roy whistled a shot over the shoulder of Hoffman to make it 3-2 with 14 seconds remaining, but it was too little too late.
The Huskies went 0-5 on the power play on Sunday, the first time in six games they failed to score on the man-advantage.
Providence romped Northeastern, 6-2, in front of 2,127 fans at Schneider Arena on Friday night, after being held scoreless in their previous two games.
Friar junior forward Derek Army had a hat trick – the first in the conference this year – while freshmen forwards Mark Jankowski and Paul de Jersey combined for five assists.
Junior Clay Witt replaced senior Chris Rawlings early in the second period after Rawlings allowed three goals on 13 shots in only 22:51 of game time. The Friars added three more on Witt before the Huskies responded with a pair of consolation goals late in the third period.
Two power play goals, one each from Ferreiro and Saponari, capped the Huskies’ offensive effort.
Northeastern will look to break out of its slump Friday when it hosts St. Lawrence University for its third non-conference game of the season. Its next Hockey East game is Nov. 30 at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.