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“”It hit me right in the head,” Witt said. “It hit me right in the face. I would have liked it to be a nice glove save.”
The Huskies scored 90 seconds later when sophomore defenseman Colton Saucerman fired a slap shot from the left side of the blue line. Junior forward Torin Snydeman redirected the shot past Rasmus Tirronen for a 1-0 lead.
The Huskies went on the power play with 5:24 left in the first period. Cody Ferriero drove wide and threw the puck in front of the net. After a lot of redirects, Aston-Reese got the puck on the far side of the net and scored to give Northeastern a 2-0 lead.
“I was just getting to the front of the net,” Aston-Reese said. “Over the week, we were working on stopping in front of the net and having a strong stick there. Just doing it in practice paid off in the game.”
Neither team scored in the second period, though Merrimack had three shots on three power play opportunities, including a two minute five-on-three.
The Huskies had a good scoring chance eight minutes into the period when Roy had the puck on the left side of the Merrimack zone. He sent the puck cross ice, but Stevens could not get the goal.
Merrimack went got a two minute five on three opportunity with six minutes left in the period when Cody Ferriero and sophomore Dustin Darou were both called for penalties. Junior Dax Lauwers blocked several shots on the power play, and the Huskies successfully killed it.
“I thought we got in shot lanes pretty well,” Madigan said. “On the 5 on 3, turning point in the game for us, we played tight, we were in a tight triangle, we blocked shots well, Clay made some good saves. Your best penalty killer has to be your goalie, and he stepped us and made some big saves for us … We got pucks down 200 feet most of the time.”
The Huskies only had three shots on goal in the third period, but were able to prevent Merrimack from scoring. Witt made 12 saves to preserve the shutout.
Despite the four-point weekend, the Huskies had trouble staying out of the penalty box, as they allowed 17 power play opportunities.
“Penalties were an issue in the first two periods in breaking our momentum,” Madigan said. “It’s something we need to address and we will to address on Monday. You can’t go anywhere in this league if you’re going to take seven penalties and then take two penalties on the same shift. It’s our older guys and they have to get smarter.”
The Huskies next compete in the Shillelagh Tournament this weekend with Western Michigan University on Friday and either University of Alabama-Huntsville or Notre Dame University on Saturday.