Best of NU: Best moment in sports A 17-hour bus ride couldn’t deter Husky fans from trekking to Grand Rapids, Mich. last month to see the men’s hockey team participate in its first NCAA tournament since 1994. For those who stayed behind, the excitement on campus was palpable as well, as fans packed Qdoba and Conor Larkin’s to catch a glimpse of the Huskies against Cornell in the big dance. click here Current fans and alumni gathered for a pregame event at Z’s restaurant in Grand Rapids ,where Athletics Director Peter Roby addressed the crowd. go to site Roby thanked the fans for making the trip and credited the team’s hard work ethic all year. شرمه اعمار للاسهم The game marked the culmination of excitement surrounding the team since its first game at Matthews Arena Oct. 18, when the Huskies squeaked out a 4-3 win over the defending national champions, and then-No. 1, Boston College. أسعار تدفق النقد الاجنبى That game was played in front of a sold-out Matthews Arena crowd of 5,742 people. It was also the first time an NU athletic event event sold out since the men’s basketball team hosted Duke in 1995. source url In Grand Rapids, goals by senior Louis Liotti and sophomore Steve Silva gave the Huskies an early 2-0 lead. But NU couldn’t shake its frustrating trend of allowing opponents to sneak back into games, and the Big Red did just that, as Evan Barlow’s strike in the final seconds sent a dagger through Husky fans ‘- and sent the team home much earlier than they had hoped. This season, the Huskies tied the program record, winning 25 games and finishing second in the Hockey East regular season for the second time while making its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1994. source NU was also ranked in the top 10 for most of the year and made a return to the national stage. The Huskies played in their first Beanpot final since 2005, but they dropped a tough 5-2 decision to BU. موقع اسعار الذهب بالسعودية Despite the losses, the games helped propel the Huskies back into the national spotlight. Even with the loss of several key players this off-season, Northeastern and the DogHouse will be back looking to make more noise next season.

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