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Logan Hutsko scored the game-winning goal with eight minutes to play, as the Eagles beat Providence 2-1 on Sunday to advance to the Hockey East semifinals at T.D. Garden.
A seven seed for the first time since 1993, the Eagles will look to carry over their regular season success and pull off an upset against No. 8 Providence in the best-of-three Hockey East quarterfinals.
Weekly Roundup: Women’s Hockey Moves to Hockey East Semifinals, Baseball Splits Four Games in Kentucky
In the latest edition of our weekly roundup, we take a look at women’s hockey sweeping Connecticut in the Hockey East quarterfinals, baseball splitting four games in Kentucky, and much more.
The Eagles tied the game six minutes into the second period thanks to a goal from Casey Fitzgerald, and Marc McLaughlin and David Cotton added third-period goals as BC beat the No. 9 Huskies 3-1 on Senior Night Friday.
Graham McPhee scored in both the first and second period for the Eagles, but Massachusetts responded with three goals in the second frame to earn a 4-2 victory and sweep BC.
The Eagles also snapped a 22-game non-conference losing streak, as freshmen Jack McBain and Patrick Giles scored and the penalty kill was superb all night long, holding the Crimson to an 0-for-4 mark on the man advantage.
Joe Woll turned in a stellar performance for the Eagles with 25 saves, and BC executed on the power play, finishing 1-of-4 on the man advantage for the night in its 4-1 win over Providence.
The Eagles got goals from four different players, but couldn’t hold off an inspired New Hampshire attack, which notched six goals over the final two periods to beat BC.
The Eagles took two separate one-goal leads, but Arizona State had an answer each time before scoring three goals in the final two minutes to come away with a 5-2 win.