Women’s Hockey: Spoiling BU’s debut

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أسهم الأمارات The Northeastern women’s hockey team has set the tone for an important season in a big way.


go to link In the first ever varsity matchup against Boston University Friday (the Terriers to this point have always been a club team), the Huskies used a slick offense and a dominant goalie to defeat their crosstown rivals 4-3.

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اسعار اسهم السعودية Caroline Bourdeau scored the first goal in BU history with 11:32 remaining in the first, when she deked NU senior goalie Marisa Hourihan after taking a pass from Maeghan Ouimet.

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see url Freshman forward Ashley Bielawski tied the score seven minutes later, flicking a wrist shot past BU goalie Ashley Wilcox on the near side.


see url Captain Amy Goodney scored a goal at the 6:30 mark of the second period when sophomore Nikki Petrich found her wide open in front of the goal. NU added to its lead 14:43 into the second when freshman Cassie Sperry passed the puck to junior forward Jessica Coppney behind the goal. The Cushing Academy grad made a beauty of a goal, coming around the net and sending the puck over the goalie.

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source url BU inched closer when Genevieve Lang took a pass from Caitlin Reddy and rifled a shot past Hourihan 19:10 into the second.

click here “We played a solid first two periods, but in the third we were relaxed and playing smarter and safer hockey,” coach Laura Schuler said. “We focused on getting a lot of shots off early on in the game.”

ربح المال Northeastern scored the game-winner at 5:32 into the third. Junior forward Crystal Rochon scored when freshman defender Erin Reil’s shot was partially deflected by a BU defender. BU came back at 16:30 into the third when Gina Kearns scored shorthanded. The Huskies looked together for the most part, keeping an even level of intensity throughout the game. However, an 0 for 8 performance on power plays and a defense that often looked physically outmatched has left the team in need of improvement.

here “There was just too many penalties, no opportunities in the other zone,” Schuler explained. “There are a lot of things our team is good at. We have a lot of offense but defensively we need to learn the little things, like taking the body of an opponent. Doing the simple things leads to winning.”

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