No. 15 Men’s Hockey Outlasts No. 7/8 Northeastern On The Road, 2-1

BOSTON – Freshman Philip Svedebäck made 30 saves and Patrick Moynihan recorded his 3rd game-winning objective in as many video games because the No. 15 (*15*) College males’s hockey crew edged No. 7 Northeastern, 2-1, on Saturday night time at Matthew Arena.

No. 15 (*15*) – 5 | No. 7 Northeastern – 2

Matthews Arena – Boston, Mass.

Philip Svedebäck (PC) – 30 saves, 1 objectives towards
Devon Levi (NU) – 49 saves, 2 objectives towards

– (*15*) opened with the momentum, producing 10 photographs at the objective within the opening seven mins of motion.
– Philip Svedebäck stay the sport scoreless as he robbed Northeastern’s Jakov Novak going post-to-post.
– At the 11:29 mark, the Friars were given at the board first as Riley Duran jammed house his fourth tally of the season to make it 1-0 (*15*). Brady Berard registered his first-career NCAA level at the play whilst Cody Monds tallied his fourth level in 3 video games.
– The Friars held a 18-8 shot benefit via 20 mins.
– After Northeastern’s Hunter McDonald used to be given a five-minute primary and a sport misconduct for hitting Brett Berard from in the back of, the Friars have been in the end in a position to increase the lead with simply 25 seconds closing at the continual play as Moynihan buried a cross-crease go from Brett Berard to place the Friars up 2-0. The objective marked Moynihan’s 3rd power-play and 3rd game-winning strike of the season.
– The Huskies were given at the board with a power-play objective from Gunnarwolfe Fontaine at 13:28 to chop the (*15*) result in 2-1.
– The Friars aimed to increase the lead within the 3rd length as Brett Berard used to be despatched in on a breakaway however Levi denied him with the suitable pad.
– With Levi pulled for the additional attacker, the (*15*) protection held company and closed issues out.
Max Crozier had a game-high 4 blocked photographs because the Friars totaled 13 blocks general. Brett Berard led the best way for (*15*) with 8 photographs on objective.
– (*15*) begins the season at 3-0 for the second-consecutive season.
– The Friars landed 50-plus photographs on objective for the primary time since Jan. 8, 2021 at Boston University.

Goals: Duran, Moynihan (1)
Assists: Brady Berard, Brett Berard, Monds, Poisson (1)
Points: Six Players (2)
Shots: Brett Berard (7)

(*15*) – 1/2
Northeastern – 1/2

(*15*) – 51
Northeastern – 31
The Friars will go back and forth out west subsequent weekend (Oct. 21-22) to take at the protecting nationwide champion Denver Pioneers for a two-game collection at Magness Arena.

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