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“There was a little bit of a hangover after we put it all on the line last night [against BC],” he said.
He remained confident, however, reasserting the idea that this Husky team can compete with any other team in the nation.
Flint took his team to Cambridge to take on the Harvard Crimson on Tuesday, Nov. 24, but the Huskies couldn’t manage a win on the road.
Sophomore goalie Emerance Maschmeyer was infallible in net for Harvard, stopping all 31 shots. Bugalski stopped 31 shots as well, but the Crimson managed to get a goal past her in every period en route to a 3-0 win.
Coyne led the offense with eight shots, but nobody had an answer for the dominance of Maschmeyer, who handed NU its first shutout loss of the year.
Coming back home for another matchup with BC, the team faced many of the same issues.
Burt was back in net for the Eagles, and she once again managed to stifle the NU offense. Burt held the Huskies to just one goal on 36 shots.
That lone goal came off the stick of Paige Savage, who tallied a power-play marker for the Huskies early in the third period. However, at that point, it was futile as Savage’s goal merely cut the deficit to four goals instead of five.
Senior forward Alex Carpenter put BC up by five again late in the third. The game ended at 6-1.
The Huskies were without starting goaltender Brittany Bugalski, who had an appendectomy and will miss the remainder of the semester.
Junior goalie Sarah Foss got the start in her absence, but was pulled midway through the second period after allowing five goals on 16 shots.
Freshman goalie Brianna Storms then came into the game, making her collegiate debut. In the last period and a half, Storms allowed just one goal to the Eagles. Coyne had eight shots and junior defenseman Heather Mottau added six of her own, but Burt was up to the test.
“We ran into two hot goalies,” Flint said, recognizing the play of Maschmeyer and Burt after the games.
Looking ahead, the Huskies will be in Vermont for two more games against the Catamounts on Friday and Saturday in their last two contests of the calendar year.
“Sarah [Foss] is the junior. We’ll go with her on Friday and see how it goes,” Flint said of the goaltending situation.
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