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NU continued to chip away in the second period when freshman defenseman Eric Williams blasted a goal through traffic on the power play at 7:08.

Despite the Huskies battling back to a one-goal deficit, a scoreless third period solidified the win for the Gophers.

Madigan was impressed by his team’s resolve, noting its ability to put the first period behind them and maintain intensity for the rest of the game.

“From that point on, I liked the way our team responded,” Madigan said. “They showed some resolve and resiliency in the second and third period… We had chances and we just couldn’t get that tying goal.”

He went on to commend the strong performance by Ruck despite the loss.

“It’s certainly not the ‘W’ that we came out for,” he added. “But it will allow us to build on something. I thought Ryan Ruck was very good in net. He gave up four goals in the first period that were obviously not his fault, and then he just responded. He stopped a penalty shot that was big at the time, and he gave us some momentum and gave us some life. So we’ll get back at it on Monday and now we’re back in league play.”

The Huskies take on their first Hockey East foe in the University of Vermont (UVM) Catamounts this weekend. NU will host the Catamounts (1-4) on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Matthews Arena before traveling to Burlington on Saturday to close the home-and-home series. UVM’s lone win of the series came in their season-opener, a 3-0 win over Minnesota on the road. شراء الاسهم في سوقمسقط Photo by Brian Bae