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The usually-steady Terriers goaltender ended up letting in two soft goals in the third, which spelled the demise of the team.
Pomp and circumstance highlighted what was an already-important game. Banners with the photos of the three seniors were strung across the balconies, and the trio was honored before puck drop.
“It really hit me when the Canadian anthem played,” Krause, a native of British Columbia, said. “It was really emotional.”
Coyne, who has rewritten the record books in her four seasons, had no plans to end her career as a Husky quietly. She netted a pair of goals and added an assist, giving her 135 goals and 240 points in her career, far and away the most in school history, shattering Hillary Witt’s records set in 2000. of 113 goals and 208 points.
After the win, the seniors celebrated with their team and families, receiving flowers and posing for pictures on the ice.
All three have different paths moving forward. Krause hopes to get into dental school and come out as a dentist in four years. Coyne will have the option of playing in the National Women’s Hockey League after being selected in the first round of last season’s draft by the Boston Pride. Hickel will take some time to assess her options going forward.
“It was really emotional,” Hickel said. “I don’t know if I’m going to be playing [hockey] after this, so that added to it.”
Hickel singled out the Beanpot as her favorite experience.
“Being part of the Beanpot is huge, and winning it my freshman year was an incredible experience,” she said.
Despite the strong victory, the Huskies know they still have work to do. This weekend kicks off the Hockey East playoffs, and NU will host Providence College in a best-of-three series. With a strong showing in their conference playoffs, the Huskies hope to secure a bid in the NCAA tournament.
Both Flint and Coyne said that the “sky is the limit” with this team as they look to get to the national tournament for the first time in school history.
“We can go as far as we believe we can go,” Coyne said.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.