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Northeastern got on the board first against North Dakota, as Cockerill found sophomore forward Nolan Stevens skating with speed into the offensive zone. Stevens ripped a wrist shot over the shoulder of sophomore goalie Cam Johnson for the 1-0 lead. NU only held the advantage on the scoreboard for 2:36 before North Dakota blew the game open.

Sophomore forward Johnny Simonson popped home a rebound to tie the score at 1-1 before sophomore defenseman Tucker Poolman fired a shot past freshman goalie Ryan Ruck to turn a 1-0 Northeastern lead into a 2-1 North Dakota lead.

Junior forward Luke Johnson scored the eventual game-winner late in the first period to give the Fighting Hawks a 3-1 lead at the break.

Despite scoring the game’s first goal, Northeastern hardly generated any offense in the opening frame, only putting six shots on Johnson.

“They’re a good team,” John Stevens said. “They play fast and transition. I think maybe the nerves and getting ready for the speed, we weren’t ready coming out of the gate.”

The Huskies needed to respond in the second period to get back into the game, but North Dakota laid on the pressure even heavier than it did in the first. Goals from senior forward Bryn Chyzyk and freshman forward Brock Boeser had the Fighting Hawks up 5-1 after two periods.

Junior defenseman Matt Benning got one back for Northeastern when he fired a shot that beat Johnson glove-side to make it a 5-2 scoreline. But senior forward Drake Caggiula finished off a passing play between himself, Boeser and sophomore forward Nick Schmaltz for the game’s last goal to seal the 6-2 North Dakota victory.

As the final seconds ticked off the clock on Friday, the collegiate careers of senior forwards Kevin Roy and Mike McMurtry, defensemen Jarrett Fennell, Dustin Darou and Colton Saucerman and goaltender Derick Roy came to an end.

McMurtry and Kevin Roy assisted on Benning’s goal in the third period, both scoring their final points as Huskies. McMurtry ends his time on Huntington Avenue with an even 20 goals and 60 assists for 80 career points. Roy now sits 11th all-time in scoring at NU after finishing his career with 65 goals and 85 assists to give him 150 points in red and black.

North Dakota went on to defeat the University of Michigan in the Midwest Regional Final and will head to Tampa, Fla. for the Frozen Four. Joining the Fighting Hawks in Florida is the Quinnipiac University Bobcats, the Denver University Pioneers and the BC Eagles.

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Looking back on this season as a whole, there was a lot to be proud of. There were also a lot of delicious dangles by the Huskies, but none better than on night one of the season. Nolan Stevens earns the nod of goal of the year for his game-winning score against Colgate back on Oct. 10.

Stevens grabbed a breakout pass from Saucerman on the left side of the ice and started toward the Colgate net. With no offensive support following him up the ice, Stevens decided to take it all the way to the cooker himself. He made a quick head fake to dodge a sweep check from the first defender before cutting toward the middle of the rink. He touched the puck between the stick and body of Colgate’s last defenseman, then reached around the defender and dragged the puck with one hand behind the opposing player’s back. After dipping around the player, Stevens gently and deftly slid the puck between the legs of Colgate’s netminder Charlie Finn.

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern University