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Northeastern senior blueliner Tim Judy kept a clearing attempt in the zone and fired a shot through traffic from the high slot at 2:01 of the second overtime period to give the Huskies a dramatic, 2-1, double-overtime victory over Harvard in the semimfinals of the 53rd annual Beanpot Tournament on Monday evening at the FleetCenter.
The loss denies the Crimson seniors a shot to play for a Beanpot title, and keeps Harvard out of the finals for a school-record seventh consecutive season. Rob Flynn and Dylan Reese we held scoreless on the night for the Crimson.Recap >>
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John Laliberte had the first multiple-goal game of his collegiate career and Stephan Siwiec turned aside a career-high 36 saves as the 13th-ranked Terrier hockey team upset top-ranked Boston College, 2-1, in the semifinal of the 53rd annual Beanpot Hockey Tournament on Monday, Feb. 7.
With the victory, the Terriers' uncanny success in this mid-winter tournament continued as they advanced to the title game for the 21st time in the past 22 years, for the 38th time in the past 42 years, and for the 44th time in the tournament history.
BU forward Ken Roche was held of the scoresheet in the win.
Waiting them for the Terriers next week will be Northeastern University, which pulled off an equally impressive upset as the unranked Huskies skated to a 2-1 double overtime win over 10th-ranked Harvard.
The Terriers will be going after their 26th Beanpot title next Monday night, while the Huskies will be vying for their fifth 'Pot, and first since 1988. Faceoff at the FleetCenter next Monday, Feb. 14, will be at 8:00 PM ET. In the meantime, Boston College and Harvard will play in the consolation game at 5:00 PM ET.Recap >>
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