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The Eagles started to get more of the offense in the third period. While Northeastern still had chances, they had trouble sustaining pressure in the offensive zone.

“We just couldn’t match their speed in that third and they came at us, and we didn’t have a correct response,” Madigan said.

The Huskies had a good scoring opportunity eight minutes into the period when senior Braden Pimm had the puck on the sideboard. He fed it to Stevens behind the net, who passed to Roy in front, but couldn’t connect.

The Eagles scored the game winning goal with 5:30 left in the game. Isaac MacLeod fired a shot from the blue line. Stevens knocked down BC’s Patrick Brown in front of the net, but Brown extended his stick and redirected the puck to the left side of Witt.

“I thought we did a good job on that winning goal in tying up Brown down at the net, and he was falling and we had his stick and somehow he got his stick on it,” Madigan said.

Gaudreau then scored the empty net goal with 1:30 remaining in the game, following freshman defender Matt Benning’s costly turnover at the blue line. Fans rushed to the exits following the goal, knowing it was all but over.

The Eagles scored their final goal with 49 seconds left. Brown streaked down the right side, and beat Witt high and to the right.

BC has now eliminated the Huskies from the Beanpot each of the past four years. This season’s loss, was the third championship match-up Northeastern had against the Eagles in that time frame.

The Huskies will now shift their attention to the remainder of Hockey East conference play. They’ll visit the University of Massachusetts Amherst on Saturday at 7 p.m.