Sports Calendar: Monday, Feb. 4 – Sunday, Feb. 10

Mike Puzzanghera, sports editor

Men’s hockey vs. Boston University, Monday, Feb. 4

Last year’s Beanpot ended with Northeastern taking down BU in the final, 5-2. This year, the two dogs meet in the first round of the tournament, with the winner moving on to the final on Feb. 11. Will NU dump their rivals for the second year running, or will the Terriers get their revenge? 8 p.m., TD Garden

Women’s hockey vs. Boston University, Tuesday, Feb. 5

The Women’s Beanpot kicks off on Tuesday, with the Huskies and Terriers doing battle in the first game. The Huskies enter in the midst of a five-game win streak, and took three points from the Terriers earlier this year with a win and a tie. As the No. 3 team in the country, the Huskies look poised to make a run in the 41st annual tournament. 5 p.m., Harvard’s Bright-Landry Hockey Center

Men’s basketball vs. William & Mary, Thursday, Feb. 7

The Huskies come in after an impressive win over Hofstra on Saturday, when they ended the Pride’s 16-game win streak, which was the longest in the nation. Earlier in the year the Huskies faced the Tribe on the road, and took home a 90-70 win. Will they fare the same at home, or will the Tribe come back for revenge and earn a tough road win? 7 p.m., Matthews Arena

Men’s hockey at UConn, Thursday, Feb. 7

This match marks the final battle for Husky supremacy of the hockey season. In the only other meeting, Northeastern came back from 2-1 down to win it late, 3-2, thanks to a goal from Brandon Hawkins with just over a minute remaining. 7 p.m., Mark Edwards Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Connecticut

Women’s basketball vs. James Madison, Friday, Feb. 8

Earlier in the year, the Huskies suffered a rough road loss at the hands of the Dukes, 84-49. The Dukes are at the top of the conference standings, and present a challenge to Northeastern. 7 p.m., Cabot Center

Women’s hockey vs. Merrimack, Friday, Feb. 8

Merrimack is the only team in Hockey East that Northeastern has yet to play this year. With the Huskies at the top of the conference and Merrimack in fifth, the Warriors are a solid side and will look to cut into Northeastern’s lead at the top of Hockey East. 7 p.m., Matthews Arena

Women’s swimming & diving at Boston Winter Open, Friday, Feb. 8 – Saturday, Feb. 9

The women’s swim and dive team will compete in the Boston Winter Open, which is hosted by Boston University. Though the meet is not scored, it provides opportunities for the team to prepare for the CAA championships later in the month, as it is their last regular meet of the season. The Huskies face BU and Boston College in the meet. 6 p.m. Friday, 12 p.m. Saturday, BU’s Competition Pool

Men’s basketball vs. Elon, Saturday, Feb. 9

Northeastern and Elon will go head-to-head for the second time this season on Saturday. In the prior meeting, the Huskies took down the Phoenix on the road, 81-70 in overtime. The Phoenix played strong all game, but the Huskies managed to pull ahead in the extra period. The Phoenix will look for revenge when they come to Boston. 4 p.m., Matthews Arena

Women’s basketball vs. Towson, Sunday, Feb. 10

In the final event of the week, the Huskies will host the Tigers. The first matchup did not go the Huskies’ way, as they lost a close one, 88-83. The loss at Towson was NU’s first CAA loss and second overall. They will look to claim a victory on their home court on Sunday. 2 p.m., Cabot Center