• In one collision, hockey was taken from Kristina Allard. After a year watching from the bench, she is ready to take it back
    It was the ninth game of Kristina Allard’s college career, and the New Hampshire native had family and friends on hand at the Whittemore Center for her first-ever meeting against her home-state team, UNH. She never could have imagined how that game would change the course of her hockey career. During her standout prep career
  • Four takeaways from Northeastern’s opening-weekend split with Penn State
    BOSTON — Northeastern’s opening-weekend performance was far from perfect, but then again, perfection is no longer the measuring stick for this year’s retooling squad. Starting off the season with a two-game homestand against No. 11 Penn State, Northeastern’s young offensive pieces were clicking for some stretches of play, and were disjointed for others. The veteran defense
  • New-look offense has highs and lows, but Northeastern finds a way in season-opening victory
    BOSTON — It’s not all smooth sailing when it comes to playing an opponent like Penn State, something Northeastern discovered rather quickly on Saturday.  The afternoon affair was a physical, defensive showdown to start the regular season for both teams. Luckily for Northeastern however, they were able to come away with the 1-0 victory in
  • Women’s Hockey Preview: New-look Huskies reload, but expectations remain high
    Six-straight Hockey East Championships. Three-straight Frozen Four appearances. One NCAA Championship game appearance. Two Beanpots. Six years of unprecedented dominance. That is what Northeastern women’s hockey has provided rabid Husky hockey fans in recent times. This season, things look a little different. Gone are the familiar faces of Alina Müller, Chloé Aurard, and Maureen Murphy,
  • Women’s hockey offseason tracker: Updates on signings, transfers, and more
    Welcome to the 2023 women’s hockey offseason live tracker! With Northeastern’s 669 career point top line departing, and some other key depth pieces, the future of Northeastern’s dynasty is uncertain. WRBB Sports will be looking into transfer portal movement, news, and future careers throughout the offseason.  April 5: Kate Holmes to play graduate year at
  • Huskies fall short of title game, Ohio State shutout ends their season 
    DULUTH, Minn. — Northeastern knew it would face its toughest opponent yet in the top-seeded Ohio State University, as they hunted for an upset to reach the NCAA finals. Ultimately, OSU outplayed Northeastern in every aspect of gameplay, easily routing the Huskies 3-0 and marking the Buckeyes’ second consecutive championship appearance. The game was in
  • In third straight Frozen Four appearance, can Huskies take down powerhouse Ohio State?
    Riding high from their recent win over No. 4 Yale, No. 5 seeded Northeastern will make their third consecutive Frozen Four appearance Friday against the top-ranked team in the nation, Ohio State. The Buckeyes have maintained their No. 1 ranking since late November, and shape up to be Northeastern’s toughest opponent this season on paper.
  • Huskies prove worth on national stage, defeat Yale to return to third straight Frozen Four
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. — After steamrolling through the regular season Hockey East slate, Northeastern proved they belong in the upper echelon of women’s hockey nationally with their definitive 4-1 against Yale in the NCAA quarterfinals on Saturday.  The matchup was a perfect example of the level of spectacular hockey played between two of the best
  • Dogfight in New Haven: Northeastern looks to take down Yale in quest for Frozen Four berth
    By Emma Sullivan and Khalin Kapoor  At last, the dance has begun.  For the sixth straight season, Northeastern is looking to make a deep run in the NCAA tournament. This year’s bracket is stacked, and the No. 5 Huskies will travel down to New Haven, Connecticut, to face off against No. 4 Yale on Saturday.
  • Six-peat complete: Northeastern defeats Providence for the Hockey East Tournament title
    BOSTON — It was almost too perfect. In their final game at Matthews Arena, Northeastern’s graduate student top line of Chloé Aurard, Alina Müller, and Marueen Murphy led their team to a sixth-straight Hockey East championship. Murphy finished with three assists and Müller and Aurard notched a goal and an assist apiece, as the Huskies
  • Huskies down BC in semifinal as Müller surpasses Coyne as program’s all-time leading point scorer
    Northeastern entered Wednesday evening’s Hockey East Semifinal matchup the clear favorite against Boston College, riding a nineteen game winning streak and ranked fifth in the country. The Eagles had only scored one goal against Gwyneth Philips in their four previous meetings this season, giving the Huskies the edge.  After a hard-fought matchup between the familiar
  • Müller makes history to advance Huskies to Hockey East semifinals
    BOSTON — After a stunning upset over Boston University in the Hockey East playoffs opening round, Merrimack headed to Matthews Arena to take on No. 5 Northeastern in the quarterfinals. The matchup was a gritty and physical one, the Huskies ultimately coming out on top, with their 5-1 victory highlighted by an Alina Müller hat
  • Huskies take home 30th season win with shutout on Senior Night
    BOSTON — Saturday was an emotional night at Matthews Arena, but one also full of happiness for the Northeastern women’s hockey team, as they won 4-0 over Boston University on home ice to finish the regular season. “Obviously excited for our seniors to send them out in their last regular season game,” said Northeastern head
  • Huskies’ top line heroics, special teams shut down BU
    BOSTON — Riding high off their recent Beanpot win, Northeastern entered Friday’s matchup with Boston University with high hopes. In their second meeting with the Terriers in under two weeks, the Huskies looked strong as ever. They exited Walter Brown Arena with an ever-growing 17-game winning streak, beating BU 5-1. The first period of play
  • Queens of it all: Northeastern downs BC for Beanpot title victory
    CHESTNUT HILL — It’s been said countless times that the 44th annual Beanpot tournament was Northeastern’s to lose.  They had the top national ranking of the four competing schools, the highest scoring offense, a dynamic defense, and a goaltender who has been borderline unstoppable. All of that left the Huskies with high expectations put on
  • Late-game heroics from Thompson, Mariano power Northeastern to 15th-straight victory
    Playing for the first-time at newly-opened Toscano Family Ice Forum, Northeastern traveled to Storrs, CT to play No. 15 UConn. UConn put up a fight, but after a late-third-period equalizer, the visiting Huskies were able to squeak out a 3-2 overtime victory. Northeastern did not start the game off nearly as strong as they would
  • Top dogs once more: Northeastern defeats BU en route to Beanpot title game
    CHESTNUT HILL — Well that was a lot better than last year.  After losing to Boston College in the Beanpot semifinals in 2022, Northeastern was looking to get back in the title game in the 44th Annual Beanpot, and back into the title game they’ll go, thanks to a 4-1 victory over Boston University at
  • Beanpot preview: Northeastern expected to roll, but don’t overlook feisty Terriers
    The last time the Beanpot was played at Conte Forum, it did not go well for Northeastern.  Back in 2018, the Huskies were unable to record a single win in the event, dropping the opener 5-2 to Boston College before losing out in the consolation match 4-3 against Harvard.  Now in 2023, it’s no secret
  • Chloé Aurard’s big night powers Huskies to victory over New Hampshire
    BOSTON — Chloé Aurard’s empty net, short-handed goal in the third period sealed Northeastern’s 4-1 win over New Hampshire at Matthews Arena on Thursday, and capped off an impressive two-goal showing for the Huskies’ graduate student forward. “We focused on getting it out of the zone first because obviously it’s a 6-on-4, so we couldn’t
  • Müller makes history as Huskies prevail in crusade against Holy Cross
    BOSTON — Alina Müller is the all-time leading point scorer in Hockey East history.  Northeastern can finish no worse than first in conference play by the conclusion of the regular season for a fifth-straight season.  In other words, it was just another Friday night at Matthews arena for a Huskies program that has seen so
  • Northeastern chips through Merrimack’s brick wall to claim 10th straight win
    NORTH ANDOVER — For the first time this semester, Northeastern hit the road, taking a short trip up to Merrimack in the first leg of their double-travel weekend. With Northeastern already defeating the Warriors twice this season — and only falling to them once in program history — the Huskies were heavily favored to win.
  • Murphy’s 100th goal, Poulin-Labelle’s 100th point highlight Huskies’ dominant win over Maine
    BOSTON — Northeastern faced off against Maine in a dramatic showdown at Historic Matthews Arena on Saturday night. The Huskies, riding an eight-game winning streak and coming off a gritty overtime win over Boston College Friday night, were looking to continue their dominance on home ice, while the Black Bears were looking to break out
  • Aurard’s overtime goal over BC extends Huskies’ winning streak to eight
    BOSTON — After sweeping their series with Boston College earlier in the season, Northeastern had their sights set on a perfect record for the year against the Eagles. The only problem was that it meant getting by graduate student goalie Abigail Levy. And Levy was fully committed to making the Huskies work for their victory. 
  • Huskies shut out rival Terriers in triumphant return
    BOSTON — After a month-long break, Northeastern took to the ice at Matthews Arena revived and energized to take on cross-town rival Boston University.  With the Terriers fresh off a tough loss to Holy Cross at Frozen Fenway and the No. 7 Huskies carrying a six-game win streak into the matchup, the home team was
  • Huskies close out fall semester with convincing sweep of No. 13 Vermont
    BOSTON — The first semester of play came to a close on Saturday, as Northeastern took on Vermont for the second game of the weekend series. The Huskies ended up sweeping the two contests with the 13th-ranked team in the nation, capping off their strong first half of the season with a 5-1 victory. In
  • From youth tournaments to college hockey: Inside the eight-year journey that brought two pairs of prep school teammates to Northeastern
    A 10-year-old Mia Langlois took to the ice at Rodman Arena in Foxborough, Massachusetts for yet another hockey tournament. Playing for her New Hampshire-based team, the Windham native was no stranger to competition. But one girl from the opposing team would not leave Langlois alone. The two players were getting testy, physical, and on each
  • Huskies strike a chord with Smashville Showcase sweep, take down No. 9 Cornell
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Northeastern’s trip down to the Music City was, in short, a smash hit. After beating Princeton Friday afternoon, the Huskies finished off an Ivy League sweep by defeating No. 9 Cornell, 5-1, Saturday afternoon behind two goals apiece from Alina Müller and Skylar Irving to win the Smashville Showcase. For the Huskies,
  • Northeastern nabs 15th win of the season in Smashville Showcase opener against Princeton 
    American Thanksgiving festivities didn’t slow down Northeastern as they opened the 2022 Smashville Showcase with a win over Princeton on Friday afternoon.  Coming into the game, both the Huskies and Tigers were ranked in the top-15 nationally, Northeastern at No. 8 while Princeton sits at No. 14. It was the teams first matchup since Thanksgiving
  • Relentless offense carries Huskies to convincing victory over Holy Cross
    WORCESTER — After Northeastern’s hotly-contested 2-1 victory over Holy Cross on Friday night came down to the wire, they were due for an outburst in Saturday’s rematch. The Huskies delivered a full, 60-minute performance at the Hart Center on Saturday, notching a 5-2 win behind an explosive offense. The Huskies started off hot with a
  • Huskies edge out Holy Cross 2-1 in electric third-period finale
    BOSTON — On the heels of a disappointing 3-0 loss to Providence College on Tuesday, Northeastern rallied back to pull off a much-needed win over visiting Holy Cross in Matthews Arena on Friday night.  With some of the Huskies’ top players out of the lineup, the game was an opportunity for the newer and younger
  • Huskies offense falters in shutout loss to Providence
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Northeastern was held scoreless by Providence in their Tuesday night matchup at Schneider Arena. It was the third meeting between the sides in under three weeks, and was a physical and defensive battle that Providence took the edge in up and down the ice.  The Friars dressed seven defenders and 11 forwards
  • Philips notches second consecutive shutout to silence Eagles
    CHESTNUT HILL —  For the second straight game, Northeastern shut out Boston College, winning 2-0 on Saturday to secure the weekend sweep. The Huskies were powered by their top line once again, with graduate student forward Alina Müller and senior forward Katy Knoll both lighting the lamp. “It’s always nice to beat them for sure,”
  • Two each from Knoll and Müller seal a Huskies victory over Boston College
    Northeastern and Boston College’s women’s hockey teams last met Feb. 1. Some may recognize that day at last year’s Beanpot semifinals, where the Eagles pulled a stunning upset, beating the Huskies 3-1 to advance to the finals. But Northeastern was committed to avenging that loss, as they shut out the Eagles with a 4-0 victory
  • Murphy hat trick, explosive power play propel Huskies to rout over New Hampshire
    BOSTON — If last Saturday’s game at Matthews was a stalemate, this one was a rout as  Northeastern completed the weekend sweep of New Hampshire with a final score of 8-2.  From the jump Northeastern rushed the net, with the second line in particular trying to stuff in the puck from a scramble in the
  • Huskies’ power play starts clicking to secure dominate 5-0 victory over UNH
    Durham, N.H. — Northeastern dominated their Friday night matchup against New Hampshire, tallying five goals while shutting out UNH. The defense from the forecheck to the penalty kill was outstanding for the Huskies, and didn’t allow UNH to have momentum in the matchup. Two goals were scored on four power play opportunities, a vast contrast
  • Northeastern guts out shootout win against conference rival Providence
    BOSTON -– Northeastern ended the second leg of a home-and-home series against Providence with a tie on Saturday night, but picked up the extra Hockey East point with a shootout win. The physicality and chippiness of Friday night’s tilt carried over to the second game, with a total of 13 penalties whistled on Saturday. The
  • In most anticipated matchup yet, Northeastern downs rival Providence in robust fashion
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Many have said there’s no love lost between the Northeastern Huskies and Providence Friars, a fact evident in their Friday night tilt at Schneider Arena. Even with penalties galore for both sides, the Huskies skated to the 4-1 win in a handed fashion to get back in the win column.  For the
  • Huskies stunned by Maine for first loss of the season
    ORONO, Maine — For a team as consistently successful and high-achieving as the Northeastern women’s hockey team, poor performances are exceedingly rare. But on Saturday, it was immediately obvious the Huskies just didn’t have their usual precision and dominant form. From the moment the puck was dropped for the first period to the final blow
  • Huskies hound Black Bears, Müller breaks assist record for Hockey East play
    Story by Daisy Roberts and Jack Sinclair ORONO, Maine — While lying at the most extreme north end of the Hockey East map, Maine has found their women’s hockey team in the southern end of the standings for several years running. Northeastern has long stood in the way of the Black Bears success, holding an
  • Huskies firsts led the way to a victory and series sweep of the Warriors
    By Mike Puzzanghera and Daisy Roberts BOSTON — Was there ever any doubt? With the usual suspects stifled through the first 40 minutes, it took two great plays from Northeastern veterans for the Huskies to break through against Merrimack. It was the juniors who scored first, forward Molly Griffin and defender Abbey Marohn, putting the
  • Northeastern shuts down Merrimack in assertive performance 
    NORTH ANDOVER — In just their second road game of the season, Northeastern walked into the opposing arena and shut down their competition completely. Both special teams contributed to the Huskies’ dominant 5-0 win, as they secured their third-straight Hockey East win to open the year.   From the first puck drop, the Huskies ran over
  • Knoll shines as Northeastern dominates UConn, improves record to 4-0
    STORRS, Conn.–  Northeastern completed the weekend  sweep of UConn on Saturday afternoon, with a dominant 4-1 road victory to improve to 4-0 on the season. The visiting Huskies were powered by three goals in the second period, including two from senior forward Katy Knoll. UConn opened the scoring just over four minutes into the first
  • With high turnover on both sides, Northeastern holds its own against UConn
    Northeastern faced both a familiar and unfamiliar opponent on Friday in its first Hockey East matchup of the season: Connecticut. A rematch of last year’s Hockey East championship, this game posed to be a competitive one, with both teams looking to secure their first conference victory of the season. Ultimately, Northeastern took home the win,
  • Northeastern defeats LIU as offense comes alive
    BOSTON — After not looking their best Friday, Northeastern bounced back for a dominant victory over the Long Island Sharks Saturday. Highlighted by forward Alina Müller’s first NCAA hat trick and a two-goal performance from freshman Holly Abela, Northeastern scored double digits in goals for the first time since 2020-21.  From the jump, Northeastern started
  • The kids are alright: Freshmen lead the way as Northeastern takes opener over LIU
    BOSTON — The Northeastern Huskies picked up right where they left off at Matthews Arena last season, as they opened the 2022-23 campaign with a 3-1 victory over LIU Friday night.  From the first puck drop, Northeastern looked dominant. The team generated shots on net from all parts of the ice, controlled the puck in
  • Women’s Hockey East preview: Northeastern atop league again; Vermont, BC closing in
    By Kayla Shiao and Emma Sullivan While Hockey East conference play doesn’t begin until Oct. 6, the majority of the league’s 10 teams have either already started their season or will start this weekend. Before they start in-division play, here’s a look at what each team is bringing to the ice this season.   Northeastern The
  • In new-look D corps, Megan Carter is ready for the spotlight
    Megan Carter’s summer involved, as one might expect, quite a bit of hockey. From playing with Canada’s National Development Team to coaching a youth team at tournaments, Carter saw all levels of the game. Now, as she approaches her senior season at Northeastern, she’s taking that experience and applying it to her new role as
  • ‘The sky’s the limit’: Huskies secure a 3-2 exhibition victory against the Boston Pride
    The Huskies gave us a taste of what the upcoming season would be like in their preseason exhibition game against the PHF’s Boston Pride. After a physical, hard-fought matchup between the professional organization and the college squad, Northeastern ended up victorious, with goals from sophomore forward Taze Thompson, senior forward Katy Knoll, and graduate student
  • WHKY Season Preview: Old guard and skilled newcomers combine as Huskies look to keep momentum rolling
    It’s a new year, new look, and new expectations for the Northeastern women’s hockey team.   The 2021-22 Huskies had it all — a 31-5-2 record, three top-10 Patty Kazmaier finalists, and a fifth-straight Hockey East title, before falling in a crushing double-overtime loss in the Frozen Four semifinals. Now they look to extend their half-decade
  • Offseason tracker: Huskies prepare for next season, future careers
    With 12 seniors not returning to head coach Dave Flint’s squad in the fall, the Huskies have work to do in preparation for the start of the season. WRBB Sports looks into transfer portal movement, now-departed seniors’ plans, and roster updates. Check back in for edits as we continue to post updates about Husky-related happenings. 
  • Huskies’ highly-anticipated freshman class looks to make an early mark
    Following the best five-year stretch in team history, 12 of Northeastern’s seniors departed the program this past spring. Dave Flint and his staff have retooled the roster with an accomplished eight-player freshman class, and the Huskies will look for many of the newcomers to contribute right from the start.  Though the Huskies’ top forward line
  • Fresh Talent: How the Future of Hockey East Faired at the U-18 World Championships
    After two years of cancellations and postponements, the IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships finally took place this past week. The tournament was originally set to be in Sweden, but was moved to Wisconsin due to COVID-19 restrictions.  The eight teams took the ice at both LaBahn Arena, home of the Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team,
  • Fond Farewell: A Look Back at the Departing Husky Seniors 
    By Emma Sullivan One of the most overused clichés in modern English is arguably “it is hard to put into words.” It is also, however, the most apt description for trying to capture what the seniors from the Northeastern women’s hockey team have accomplished during their time with the program.  Over the last half a
  • A Bittersweet Farewell as Northeastern Falls to Minn-Duluth in Double OT, 2-1 
    Story by Emma Sullivan Photos by Sarah Olender STATE COLLEGE, PA — The end of the era no one wanted to see has come for the Northeastern Huskies.  After a historic fifth straight Hockey East title, multiple record-breaking performances by players at all positions, and the second Frozen Four appearance for the program, the 2021-22
  • Battle of the Dogs Takes Over State College As Northeastern faces Minn-Duluth in the NCAA Frozen Four Semifinals
    By Emma Sullivan It’s been 364 days since the Northeastern Huskies and Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs took the ice for a NCAA Frozen Four semifinal against one another. Now, both teams are back for round two, as they face off with a title game berth at stake once more on Friday. To reach this season’s Frozen Four,
  • Northeastern Gets Revenge in Quarterfinal Against Wisconsin, Advances to Frozen Four
    Story by Catherine Morrison Photos by Sarah Olender BOSTON — Saturday’s tilt against Wisconsin in the quarterfinals was one for the history books. The last time Northeastern and Wisoncsin faced off, it was the NCAA championship and the title was on the line. The Badgers won in overtime after a pass from forward Daryl Watts deflected
  • Northeastern Has Waited For This Moment. Now, It’s Time To Deliver
    By Matty Wasserman After another season steamrolling through Hockey East, cruising to a 30-4-2 record and a fifth consecutive league title, Northeastern’s superb season and other-worldly talent will be put to the test in the NCAA tournament. The Huskies advanced to the national championship game a season ago, suffering a heartbreaking 2-1 defeat to Wisconsin
  • Northeastern Has Waited For This Moment. Now, It’s Time To Deliver
    By Matty Wasserman After another season steamrolling through Hockey East, cruising to a 30-4-2 record and a fifth consecutive league title, Northeastern’s superb season and other-worldly talent will be put to the test in the NCAA tournament. The Huskies advanced to the national championship game a season ago, suffering a heartbreaking 2-1 defeat to Wisconsin
  • Five-Peat Complete: Northeastern Beats UConn to Claim Bertagna Trophy Once More
    Story by Emma Sullivan Photos by Kayla Shiao and Ethan Wayne BOSTON — History had to be made no matter the outcome of Saturday’s matchup.  On the line: the first trophy for one program, the fifth-straight title for the other. At the final buzzer, the streak stayed alive as the Northeastern Huskies captured the Bertagna
  • More Magic from Murphy Boosts Northeastern to Semifinal Win Over Maine 3-1
    Story by Emma Sullivan  Photos by Ethan Wayne BOSTON — It was a hard fought matchup on Wednesday as the Northeastern Huskies faced off against the Maine Black Bears in the semifinals of the Hockey East tournament. Northeastern, the top seeded team in the conference, came to play offensively. By the end of the game
  • Müller Sets Program Assist Record as Huskies Wallop Warriors to Advance to Hockey East Semis
    Story by Emma Sullivan and Mike Puzzanghera Photos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON — It always seemed like a sure victory for the Northeastern Huskies coming into this game. When the top team in the conference faces the lowest remaining seed at home in the quarterfinals, the script seems to be set. There are sometimes surprises,
  • Huskies Seek to Conjure Some More Matthews Magic as Hockey East Tournament Begins
    By Khalin Kapoor After a whirlwind regular season that included a 27-4-2 record, a 19-game winning streak, and a shocking Beanpot semifinal loss, the Northeastern Huskies women’s hockey team have emerged as the top team in Hockey East heading into the playoffs. Let’s break down this tournament. End of season Hockey East Rankings (Conference records)
  • Two Huskies but only one can be alpha
    Story by Alexis SpringPhotos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON — The second Husky vs. Husky game of the weekend weighed a bit heavier as today’s game in Matthews Arena honored the twelve seniors who have donned the Northeastern jersey. Full of emotions it was tough to initially depict which way the game was going to go,
  • No Win in Store at the Head Husky Battle in Storrs
    Story and photos by Kayla Shiao STORRS, CT — In the battle of the Huskies Friday night, Northeastern tied University of Connecticut 4-4, but won the shootout 2-0 to pick up the extra point. Frequent penalty calls forced Northeastern to work harder on defense, but their speed and skill kept them in the game. Despite
  • ‘We Found a Way to Win’: Undermanned Huskies Scrap Out Victory at New Hampshire
    Story by Matty Wasserman Photos by Kayla Shiao DURHAM, NH. — When the final script on the 2021-22 Huskies is written, Tuesday’s matchup at the Whittemore Center will be long forgotten. Northeastern’s 2-1 victory over New Hampshire, the Huskies’ 26th win of the season, was far from Northeastern’s flashiest, most dominant, or most impressive showing.
  • Huskies Win 25th of the Year After a Hard Battle Against Maine
    Story by Emma Sullivan  Photos by Ethan Wayne BOSTON — After an impressive 8-1 victory Friday, the Northeastern Huskies took the ice at Matthews Arena Saturday for a second game against the Maine Black Bears to try and close out the weekend with another win. While Northeastern’s offense was the story in game one, the
  • Maureen Murphy Continues Hot Streak as Huskies Route Maine 8-1
    Story by Emma Sullivan BOSTON — Since losing two straight, the Northeastern Huskies have dominated up and down the ice, putting up a total of 16 goals to their opponents one over the last three games. The culmination of these three brilliant performances from the Huskies was a dominant win over the Maine Black Bears
  • Maureen Murphy Nets a Hat Trick as Huskies Take Down Terriers in Beanpot Consolation
    Story by Rae Deer Photos by Kayla Shiao and Sarah Olender BOSTON – An unseemly loss in the women’s Beanpot semifinals last Tuesday meant that the Northeastern women’s hockey team needed to battle hard in order to escape last place in the tournament during the consolation match the following week. A 3-0 victory over crosstown
  • Northeastern Snaps Skid Behind Maureen Murphy’s Five Point Performance
    By Matty Wasserman ANDOVER, MA – Northeastern isn’t used to losing.  The Huskies have lost just 10 games in the past three seasons combined. And while rebounding from a two-game skid isn’t a task the Huskies are used to, Friday’s game at Hockey East bottom-feeder Merrimack provided a great opportunity for Northeastern to return to
  • Huskies Stunned by Eagles in Beanpot Semifinals
    Story by Matty Wasserman Photos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON — Matthews Arena was electric on Tuesday night. The roars of the jam-packed DogHouse student section echoed through the arena with every Northeastern rush, shot, and hit throughout the contest.  But the No. 3 ranked Huskies, with the bright lights of the Beanpot shining down upon
  • Huskies’ 20-Game Unbeaten Streak Ends with Loss to UVM
    Story by Emma Sullivan Photos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON — The Northeastern University Huskies unbeaten streak came to an end Friday afternoon as they faced the University of Vermont Catamounts at home in Matthews Arena. For the first time since Oct. 9 the Huskies lost a game, this one by a score of 2-1, thanks
  • After a Rough Start, Huskies Rebound to Beat BU 6-3
    Story by Emma Sullivan  Photos by Sarah Olender  BOSTON – In their only game of the weekend, the Northeastern Huskies did not look like themselves after the first 20 minutes of play at Matthews Arena. In their third matchup of the season with the Boston University Terriers, the Huskies gave up two goals in the
  • Huskies Cruise Past Eagles Behind Record-Setting Frankel
    By Matty Wasserman BOSTON – The first meeting this season between the Northeastern Huskies and Boston College Eagles on Oct. 29 was billed as a marquee matchup between two top-10 opponents. Three months ago, the Eagles were 6-0 and ranked fourth in the country, and the Huskies were ranked sixth with an 8-2 record. Since
  • After a String of Cancellations, Women’s Hockey Wins Their Only Game of the Weekend Over Boston University
    Story by Emma Sullivan  Photo by Sarah Olender BOSTON – After falling short to the Boston University Terriers in October, the Northeastern University Huskies bounced back in this matchup with a 3-1 performance at Walter Brown Arena for their 19th win of the season. Outshooting the Terriers 47 to 18, the Huskies took advantage of
  • Women’s Hockey Returns With A Two-Win Weekend Over Merrimack
    Story by Emma Sullivan Photo by Sarah Olender BOSTON – The Northeastern Huskies continued their dominance over the Merrimack College Warriors this weekend taking both games of the home-and-home series, extending both their unbeaten streak this year to 17 games and their unbeaten streak against Merrimack to 15 dating back to 2016.  Friday’s matinee at
  • Huskies Defeat Cornell, Head Into 2022 With Unbeaten Streak of 15
    Story by Jordan Walsh Photos by Kayla Shiao Three days after Aerin Frankel was named Hockey East Goaltender of the Month for the second consecutive month, Northeastern head coach Dave Flint opted for a different starter in net as the Huskies (16-2-1) took on the Cornell University Big Red (4-7-1) in the second game of
  • Women’s Hockey Rebounds After a Shaky Start to Beat Cornell 4-2
    Story by Emma Sullivan Photos by Sarah Olender BOSTON – After two less than perfect periods for the Northeastern Huskies Saturday afternoon, the team was able to rebound in the third for a stronger performance over the Cornell University Big Red. While definitely not the Huskies best game of the year, they were able to
  • Northeastern Thoroughly Thrashes Tigers at Princeton University
    By Catherine Morrison For the first time in a decade, Northeastern played a series against the Princeton University Tigers. They cruised to an easy win on Friday, shutting out the Tigers 2-0 but faced a little bit more adversity on Saturday. Ultimately, however, Northeastern prevailed, winning 3-1 in an absolutely bonkers game that took everything
  • Huskies Begin the Weekend With a 2-0 Win Over Princeton
    By Emma Sullivan  PRINCETON, NJ – The Huskies unbeaten streak was extended to 12 games after a 2-0 shutout over the Princeton University Tigers Friday afternoon. For the first time in over 10 years, the Huskies found themselves in Hobey Baker Memorial Rink playing against the Tigers. Northeastern’s defense once again shined, backstopped by another
  • Incredible Comeback 3-2 Win for Northeastern, Proving To Be the Superior Husky Team
    Story by Daisy Roberts BOSTON – “Being down 2-0 is not really a place you want to be often,” said Maddie Mills, forward for Northeastern and one of the three goalscorers for the home team. However, that was the situation the normally offensively-dominant Northeastern Huskies found themselves in 10 minutes into the second period. After
  • A Chloe Aurard Homecoming Propels Huskies over Wildcats
    Story by Rae Deer Photos by Kayla Shiao BOSTON – The fated return of the French phenom Chloe Aurard was the greatest thing that could’ve happened to the Northeastern Women’s Hockey team on Friday night. Extending their official win streak to four (unofficial to ten) and earning their eleventh conference win, the Huskies triumphed over
  • Huskies Tie Friars 1-1, Stealing the Extra Point in the Shootout as Frankel Makes History
    By Daisy Roberts BOSTON – The Northeastern Huskies hosted the second game of their series against the Providence Friars today, and the physicality from last night’s game was clearly here to stay. Players were slamming into the boards constantly, and at one point, there was physical pushing in front of the goal late in the
  • Northeastern Coasts to Dominant 5-1 Victory At Providence
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  • Pain in Pennsylvania: Wisconsin Beats Northeastern in OT to Win National Title
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