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After a short Thanksgiving breather, the Huskies hosted Minnesota for a one-game rematch of the Gophers’ sweep of NU a year ago. Junior Garret Cockerill wasted no time in giving the Huskies the edge as he scored 35 seconds into the first period. Seniors Justin Kloos and Vinni Lettieri scored for Minnesota before Sikura buried his first goal of the night. A late goal from Kloos brought the whirlwind first period to a close with the Gophers ahead 3-2.
Kloos completed his hat trick early in the second period to give Minnesota the 4-2 lead. When the third period began, NU struck twice in the first four minutes on goals from Sikura and Gaudette. With less than seven minutes to play in the game, Sikura snapped a shot from the top of the right faceoff circle that beat sophomore Eric Schierhorn for the hat trick. An Aston-Reese empty-netter gave the Huskies the 6-4 win. Sikura, the number one star of the game, really impressed his coach with the display of his skills.
“[Sikura] is an accurate shot,” Madigan said. “Those goals weren’t heavy shots, but he gets it off his stick and he’s so smart to be able to thread the needle in through traffic – and that’s what he did… he’s got an unbelievable pair of hands.”
On Tuesday night, Northeastern battled cross-town rival BC in a heated Hockey East affair. The Eagles controlled the pace of the game for the first two periods, but led only 1-0 after 40 minutes. Aston-Reese deflected home a Cockerill wrist shot on the power play less than two minutes into the third period, making it a 1-1 game. With the Huskies on another power play in the game’s final minute, sophomore Michael Kim stole the puck in the neutral zone and ripped a shot over sophomore Ryan Ruck’s shoulder and into the cage.
“This one obviously hurts,” Madigan said. “It stings a little bit, and I shared that with the kids. It stings because we worked hard for the last two periods.”
Northeastern currently sits in ninth in Hockey East, but will have another crack at BC next Tuesday, Dec. 6.
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Aston-Reese’s second period goal on Saturday night at Providence was a real beauty. After Stevens gained the blueline, Aston-Reese zoomed into the zone with a full head of steam. He held the puck in a shooting position, leading his defender to think he was going to fire the puck. A quick head-fake and stickhandle gave Aston-Reese some room in the middle of the ice. While off balance, he snapped a low shot that beat Providence goalie Hayden Hawkey five-hole and gave the Huskies a chance to get back into the game.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics