Hockey ties Vermont in OT

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The Huskies rallied toward the end of the game, notching a pair of goals to give them their first lead of the weekend.

The first goal came 2:15 into the frame off the stick of freshman forward Adam Gaudette. Gaudette took a pass from junior forward Zach Aston-Reese at the top of the crease and buried a one-timer, five-hole goal for his first collegiate tally.

NU took the lead with 13:09 remaining when junior defenseman Matt Benning scored his first of the year. Benning picked up a rebound and rifled the puck through traffic until it found its way into the back of the net.

The Huskies held on to the lead for 11 minutes, but the persistent Catamounts tied the game up with 2:01 to go, spoiling NU’s chances of coming out of the weekend with a much needed win.

“I’m disappointed that we’re walking away here without two points,” Madigan said after the game. “At the end of the day, points in this league are hard to come by.”

Despite the disappointment, the tie still provides a boost of confidence as the Huskies head into a tough weekend matchup with No. 11 Boston University (BU).

“There’s no doubt that [the point] gives you a little bit of juice,” Madigan said of the importance of the tie. “The fact that we’re playing BU should be enough incentive to get up, but it gives you a point on the board in Hockey East. [We are] 0-1-1, so you going into BU and you’re looking obviously to win and you’re looking to get above .500.”

This Huskies take on the BU Terriers on Friday at Agganis Arena and again on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Matthews Arena.

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