After beating No. 7 Providence on Saturday night, BC has since dropped consecutive games to New Hampshire and Maine, allowing six-plus goals in each of them.
Joey Daccord, a product of North Andover, Mass., turned in a 32-save shutout to extend BC’s non-conference losing streak to a remarkable 25 games.
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.
After falling behind 1-0, the Eagles responded with a trio of goals from unique scorers and knocked off the Huskies for their third win in their last four games.
While Oliver Wahlstrom dispelled rumors of a departure and David Cotton continued to find the back of the net, the Eagles still suffered a shocking home loss to Bentley on Friday afternoon.
Jack McBain got the rally started for the Eagles, deflecting a shot past Wildcats goaltender Mike Robinson two minutes into the third period, before David Cotton continued his hot start and tied the game with seven minutes to play.
The Eagles shuffled their lines a lot over the first five games—all losses—but have since settled on a David Cotton-led first line that has lifted BC to three straight wins and a sweep of Vermont.
BC hasn’t won a non-conference game since November 2016, with the latest defeat a shutout at the hands of a Quinnipiac team that is now 3-0-1 all-time against the Eagles.