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Flint didn’t love what he saw after a period but was able to make the necessary adjustments between periods to get the team back on track.

“On our forecheck, we we’re getting caught three low, giving up odd-man rushes; our [defense was] making bad pinches, so we had to clean all that stuff up,” he said.

In the second, the Huskies came out firing, racking up 19 shots on the period.

Coyne got the Huskies on the board early in the period, potting her 37th goal of the season, and sophomore defenseman Lauren Kelly gave NU the lead. It was the fourth goal in Kelly’s last three games, and the score stayed 2-1 into the final period.

Captain Coyne ended up slotting the game-winner in the 3-2 semifinal victory.

Bugalski was brilliant in the game, stopping 30 shots and slamming the door on the Terriers when they nearly stole the game in the third period.

This Beanpot win came after a 5-2 victory over the University of New Hampshire (UNH) on Friday, Jan. 29 in the annual Skating Strides game.

The Skating Strides game serves to help raise money and awareness to combat breast cancer, and accordingly, the Huskies donned pink accessories like laces and stick tape.

Sophomore forward McKenna Brand potted two goals to ensure another Husky victory.

Riding a 13-game winning streak into the weekend, the Huskies will travel down to Providence for a game against the Friars on Saturday, Feb. 6 before taking on the BC Eagles in the Beanpot Final.

The Eagles are undefeated on the season, and two of those wins came against NU earlier in the year.

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.