Episode 43: Women’s team back to Frozen Four, farewell to the men’s team

Matty and Khalin start off by breaking down the women’s mighty impressive NCAA quarterfinal victory over Yale, including Lily Shannon’s early goal, the team’s adjustment to Yale’s play style, Gwyneth Phillips’ incredible performance, and much ,more. (0:49). Then, they flip over to the men’s team, who suffered a season-ending loss in the Hockey East quarterfinal

Episode 42: Full Preview of women’s NCAA quarterfinal matchup vs. Yale. Plus: Providence MHKY preview with WDOM’s Sean Dufresne

It’s a loaded weekend of postseason Husky hockey, and the NU hockey show has you covered wall-to-wall. First, Matty and Khalin break down all angles of the women’s upcoming NCAA quarterfinal meeting with No. 4 Yale. They go in-depth Yale’s recent program trajectory, season highlights, key players, and matchups to look for in the clash

Episode 40: Preview of Women’s Hockey East championship against Providence and Men’s pivotal series vs UMass Lowell

Matty and Khalin are back to break down Northeastern women’s hockey beating BC in the Hockey East Semifinal game at the beginning of the episode (1:38), then move on to preview the upcoming championship game against the Providence Friars (13:35). Next up on the agenda is a preview of the last series in the regular

Episode 38: Women’s Hockey East Tournament breakdown with Mike Puzzanghera

Matty and Khalin are joined by former WRBB member Mike Puzzanghera to take a deeper look into Northeastern’s Hockey East tournament quarterfinal game against the Merrimack Warriors. They break down the matchup, look into the importance of the Huskies’ secondary scoring, and take a broader view of Northeastern’s path back to the Frozen four. Mike

Episode 37: Men’s check-in and UMass series preview with Nathan Strauss

Matty and Khalin open the show with a quick breakdown of Northeastern’s solid road victory at Vermont, before welcoming UMass broadcaster Nathan Strauss onto the show! (6:45) Nathan discusses what’s gone wrong for UMass in their up-and-down season and recent cold stretch, the state of the program after this down year, how the Minutemen match

Beanpot Bonanza

It’s the opening Monday of the 2023 Beanpot and HETW has you covered with a general idea of what to expect from this year’s tournament. Host Emma, Kayla, Jessie, Zach, and Khalin first break down women’s hockey’s win over UNH, then dive into their semifinal matchup with BU (where things get a little heated). After

Episode 31: Women’s team delivers against UVM, men’s team officially back with weekend sweep

In a very upbeat episode of the Northeastern Hockey Show, Matty and Khalin first break down an impressive weekend for the Huskies’ women’s team, who faced a difficult travel schedule this weekend but delivered impressive defensive performances against both Merrimack and a tough Vermont squad (0:23) Then, they flip over to the men’s side, where

Episode 30: Merrimack preview with Lawler Rink PA Announcer Ian Beauchesne

Matty and Khalin are joined by special guest Ian Beauchesne, who is the Public Address announcer for Merrimack hockey at Lawler Arena. Ian previews the upcoming games this weekend between Northeastern and Merrimack in both men’s and women’s Hockey East play, starting first with the men’s team (1:19). They break down how Scott Borek has

Episode 29: Vinny Borgesi and Hunter McDonald on their huge freshman seasons, the team’s up-and-down year, having big shoes to fill, and more

Matty and Khalin welcome on special guests Vinny Borgesi and Hunter McDonald, two freshmen defenders who’ve made an immediate impact at Northeastern. During the interview, they discuss the team’s recent wins over UConn, the process of choosing Northeastern, how they’ve approached stepping into such big roles as freshmen, the team’s work to avoid penalties and

Episode 28: Men’s team notches comeback win over UConn, women’s team tested by BC

Matty and Khalin break down the Huskies’ impressive comeback win over UConn, and the team’s outlook going forward after delivering back-to-back impressive performances (0:22). Then, they flip over to the women’s side, where they dive deep into the Huskies’ overtime win over Boston College, and why it was good for the team to be tested

Episode 26: Frozen Fenway preview with UConn Blog’s Daniel Connolly

Matty and Khalin welcome back Daniel Connolly to the show for a preview of Saturday’s much-anticipated Frozen Fenway matchup between Northeastern and UConn! Daniel covers UConn men’s hockey for the UConn Hockey Hub and UConn Blog, and provides insight into UConn’s season trajectory, standout players, play style, state of the program, and much more. They

AUDIO: Malgeri and Viera Go Yard To Earn First-Ever CAA Championship For Northeastern

Heading into the bottom of the ninth, Northeastern trailed UNCW 10–9. The Seahawks send Landen Roupp, the CAA Pitcher of the Year, back to the mound after two-plus innings of relief work. Roupp had struck out nearly every Husky he’d faced, and it looked as though the Huskies were toast. But Ben Malgeri and Max

AUDIO: Fontaine Sends Northeastern to the National Championship

After two periods of Frozen Four action in Erie, Pennsylvania, the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs led the Northeastern Huskies 2–0. The Huskies were struggling to break through the Bulldogs’ fierce forecheck, and hadn’t generated a ton of great chances on net. And then everything changed. Two Northeastern goals in the third period sent the game into overtime,

AUDIO: Shorthanded goal sends Huskies to Hockey East Championship Game

Toward the end of a hard-fought game, the Northeastern and UConn women’s hockey squads were deadlocked at one. When a two-minute boarding minor sent Northeastern to the penalty kill, it appeared the momentum had swung UConn’s way. But off a UConn turnover, Skylar Fontaine and Chloé Aurard rewrote the script. Jack Sinclair and Catherine Morrison

NU upsets Michigan State, 81-73

By: Matthew MacCormack The Northeastern Huskies have earned the label “Giant Killers.” Just a month after marching into Gampel Pavilion in Storrs, CT and upending perennial powerhouse UConn, Northeastern upset Michigan State in East Lansing on Saturday, shocking the Spartans with a 81-73 victory. After an MSU layup tied the game at 59-59 with 7:48