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This trend of allowing early goals almost proved fatal for Northeastern the following night. However, the Huskies showed a spark of life and clawed back from a two-goal deficit to pick up a tie and a much-needed point in the competitive Hockey East standings.
The Irish once again capitalized on a power play opportunity to open the scoring on Friday night, this time on a five-minute major penalty for contact to the head. Sophomore forward Jake Evans took a hard cross-ice pass and beat Ruck as he was sliding to catch up.
Notre Dame extended the lead two minutes into the second period. A shot through traffic bounced off an NU body and dropped onto the stick of sophomore forward Connor Hurley, who tapped in the easy goal.
Despite the bad bounce and Notre Dame goal, Northeastern dominated the rest of the second period, outshooting its host 14-3. Finally, the Huskies were able to get on the board and cut the Irish lead in half when sophomore defenseman Garrett Cockerill notched his second goal of the season. Junior forward Sam Kurker set up Cockerill, who rifled home a one-timer with 6:27 left in the frame.
Northeastern potted the equalizer with 4:07 to go in the game on a power-play goal off the stick of junior defenseman Matt Benning. Benning drove home a feed from Aston-Reese, his second goal of the year.
Madigan was much more pleased with his team’s effort in Friday night’s contest.
“I thought our guys really played hard and showed a lot of resiliency,” he said. “Once again we fell behind 2-0… but I just liked how we continued to play hard… I thought our energy, our effort, our second effort, our attitude – our bench was alive… It’s only a point and I understand we’re measured by getting wins and getting two points, but this is a game we can build on and will build on.”
Up next, Northeastern faces off against defending National Collegiate Athletic Association champion and current top-ranked squad in the nation, Providence College. The Huskies head to Providence on Friday night before returning for a second matchup at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at Matthews Arena.
According to Madigan, NU’s play in South Bend bodes well for future matchups.
“We played the way we’re capable of playing,” he said. “This is what we want and how we want to play. If we play like this we’ll win more games than not.”
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