Men’s Beanpot Preview: Can BC End Northeastern’s Dominant Run?

Northeastern is on some kind of Beanpot run


Feb 7, 2022

The men’s Beanpot is back after being canceled in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Northeastern will look to pick up where it left off in 2020.

The Huskies were crowned the 2020 Beanpot champions after a thrilling 5-4 double-overtime win over Boston University. It was the 11th title for Northeastern and completed the three-peat in the process.

Can NU continue its dominance in the Beanpot? Or will Boston College get its revenge from the 2019 final and secure a win?

Here’s a preview for Huskies-Eagles:

Boston College vs. Northeastern
When: Feb. 7, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET
Where: TD Garden
How to watch: NESN

Boston College: 80-56, 20 championships
Northeastern: 45-91, seven championships

Over the last 10 years, Northeastern and BC have won three games apiece against one another. The Huskies, however, are 1-2-0 in their last three finals against the Eagles.

2012 Semifinal: Boston College 7, Northeastern 1
2013 Final: Boston College 6, Northeastern 3
2014 Final: Boston College 4, Northeastern 1
2015 Semifinal: Northeastern 3, Boston College 2
2018 Semifinal: Northeastern 3, Boston College 0
2019 Final: Northeastern 4, Boston College 2

2021-22 SEASON
The Eagles are 10-12-4 this season and 5-8-3 in conference play this season. They’ve lost their last two games heading into their Feb. 4 game against UMass Lowell, who they lost to earlier this season. The Huskies are 16-8-1 and lost 5-3 to BC on Oct. 15, so they certainly will look to avoid a similar fate in the Beanpot semifinal.

Aidan McDonough (Huskies) — McDonough’s 16 goals lead the team by a double-digit margin and has 23 points on the season for Northeastern. The junior forward is a force on the power play with five goals and also has three game-winning goals.

Marc McLaughlin (Eagles) — The Huskies may be in trouble if McLaughlin is on the ice for a BC power play. The BC forward has a team-high seven goals on the man advantage for the Eagles and 18 total for the season.

BC 3, Northeastern 2

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