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The Boston College Eagles won their fifth straight Beanpot Championship in Boston on Monday night, defeating the Northeastern Huskies by a final score of 4-1. The final score is a bit deceiving, as BC ripped off three goals late in the third period to accomplish the five-peat.
The game-winning goal came off the stick of Patrick Brown, who was able to redirect a shot from the point past the Huskies goaltender while falling down in front of the net. The goal put the Eagles up 2-1 late in the game and was incredible play on a big stage by BC’s senior captain
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Boston College won its fifth straight Beanpot title on Monday night with a 4-1 victory over Northeastern.
The final score paints a picture of a comfortable win for the Eagles, but the game was tied 1-1 in the third period until senior captain Patrick Brown scored the game-winner while laying on the ice with 5:30 left to play.
Eagles winger Kevin Hayes won the tournament MVP with...
BOSTON — The Boston College Eagles are a team that is loaded with high-end college hockey talent. The Eagles’ best line, which features three NHL draft picks, is quite possibly one of the best in the history of college hockey. Yet it was an unsung hero that ended up propelling BC to yet another Beanpot title.
Boston College won its fifth straight Beanpot title on Monday night...
Battling late into the third period of the Beanpot final to the tune of a 1-1 tie, Boston College and Northeastern were each looking for just one opportunity.
Boston College capitalized on theirs 14:30 into the third period, when forward and senior captain Patrick Brown tipped a shot from the point past Northeastern goalie Clay Witt.
The tip was made even more impressive by the fact...
Boston College’s Patrick Brown scored a fantastic goal during the Beanpot Final with this beautiful tip while he was on his backside:
Apparently this dunk was recorded during the USA basketball camp and forgotten about. How anyone could forget about a 360-windmill dunk like this, I’ll never know. Pure filth:
Now both of Bob Costas’ eyes are infected.
Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins...
6:30 p.m.: The Northeastern University men’s hockey team has been here before — a few times recently, even. On Monday night, they’ll attempt to bring the Beanpot back to Huntington Ave. for the first time since 1988.
The Huskies are back in the Beanpot final, and they’ll take on Boston College in the championship game on Monday at TD Garden. This will mark the third time...