Boston,MA. The Northeastern Huskies took on the Boston University Terriers at Agganis Arena Saturday evening. Boston University defeated Northeastern 4-1 with three third period goals.
Scoring opened up at 14:02 in the first period when Patrick Curry fed Dante Fabbro with a stretch pass to split the defense, and rifle one past Cayden Primeau.
The second period would go by without a goal from either team. Northeastern could not capitalize on three power plays over the course of the period.
Fabbro scored his second of the night, a power play goal, 53 seconds into the third period. Chad Krys slid a pass across the blue line and Fabbro beat Primeau clean to send the Terriers up 2-0.
Bobo Carpenter scored an unassisted goal which was good for his fourth of the year putting the score at 3-0. Curry put the final touches on the Terriers trouncing of NU, netting a short handed goal with 2:42 left in regulation. Matt Filipe netted a power play goal with 1:45 to avoid the shutout.
This was Boston University’s first win of the season and Northeastern’s record falls to 4-3-1(1-1-1 HEA). Northeastern is back in action Friday November 9th against UCONN at Historic Matthews Arena.