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After a 1-1 tie into the first intermission, NU blitzed the Fighting Irish, burying three straight goals. Roy and sophomores Garret Cockerill and Dylan Sikura all cashed in to make it a 4-1 advantage.
Holding a three-goal lead, NU conceded a goal with five seconds left in the second period when a puck caromed into the net off of a Husky forward. Normally, a late period goal would energize a team the rest of the way, but the Huskies battled hard to keep Notre Dame from gathering any momentum.
“I thought our guys in between periods were really composed,” Madigan said.
Less than two minutes into the third, Roy struck again to make it a 5-2 hockey game. Junior forward Pond netted his second goal of the series to increase NU’s lead to 6-2. Notre Dame would add two late goals to make things interesting, but it was not enough to surmount the lead.
All season long, Madigan has preached to his players to be “hard on pucks,” a strategy that has his Huskies hounding opposing defenses to come up with possessions via a strong forecheck. The hard-on-pucks system wore down Notre Dame, a traditionally fluid, fast-skating team. NU’s physical presence came from up and down the lineup and proved to be too much for the Fighting Irish to handle.
The line of John and Nolan Stevens and Aston-Reese has been the embodiment of the hard-on-pucks mindset as of late, pressuring opponents and combining for 13 points in the playoffs so far.
The Huskies now set their sights on the Hockey East Championship at TD Garden this weekend. They will face No. 3 Boston College on Friday at 8 p.m. and, with a victory, will face the winner of Providence vs. University of Massachusetts-Lowell on Saturday.
NU took one point from Boston College this season, earning a 3-3 tie at Conte Forum on Dec. 5. A day later, Northeastern couldn’t hang on to a 3-1 lead and fell 4-3 to the Eagles at Matthews Arena.
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Goal of the week honors are bestowed upon junior defenseman Matt Benning for his game-winning goal in game one against Maine. Just under five minutes into overtime, Aston-Reese found the puck at Maine’s blueline, looking to penetrate their defense. In the high slot, he spun around to find Benning roaring in from the neutral zone to join the attack. Aston-Reese dropped a soft pass to Benning who stepped into the shot with all of his power. Benning’s blast caught the left post and ricocheted in behind McGovern, sending Matthews Arena into a frenzy. In the Huskies’ first round playoff series against Merrimack last season, Benning hit the post in overtime of game one before Merrimack stole the win. This one was extra sweet for Benning.
“It’s amazing what happens,” Benning said. “I mean, it feels good.”
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics