The Irish showed their fight, coming back from down 3-1 late in the third period to hand BC its first home loss of the season.
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The Eagles looked dead for the first two periods before coming alive in the third, with three goals in six minutes, to beat Northeastern.
BC played a sloppy game against its crosstown rival, Northeastern, notching several huge penalties and going cold on offense for long stretches despite excellent defensive performances by Thatcher Demko and the penalty kill.
Jerry York’s team is off to its best start with him at the helm (11-1-0) after BC took revenge on UConn with a 5-1 victory at Hartford’s XL Center.
The Eagles worked around the loss of junior Chris Calnan, dominating the Wildcats offensively for in a rout in Durham, N.H.
The Eagles held on tight for a close victory over Michigan State, but the Eagles made it tougher on themselves by giving up three third period goals.
The Eagles nearly succumbed to Michigan State’s third period onslaught, but Miles Wood’s goal with under two minutes to play clinched BC’s eighth consecutive win.