Huskies End Bears Season 2-1 [VIDEO]
The UMaine hockey season comes to an end with a 2-1 loss at Northeastern Saturday night. The Huskies finish the best-of-three series with a two game sweep.
The Black Bears finish the season at 15-17-4.
This one was a rough, tough Maine-Northeastern matchup with 55 penalty minutes. The Bears were whistled for 39 of those penalty minutes.
Each team scored one powerplay goal. The Huskies PP score turned out to be the game winner.
Jacob Schmidt-Svejstrup scored the lone goal for Maine in the second period.
The Huskies blocked another 26 shots in front of goalie Cayden Primeau. He stopped 33 Maine shots.
Jeremy Sway made 15 saves for the Black Bears.
NOTE: #1 seed UMass swept past New Hampshire and also moves into the Hockey East semi-final round...#2 see Providence is headed to a winner-take-all game three tonight after Boston College beat the Friars 4-3 in overtime to tie the series 1-1...And, #4 seed UMass Lowell beat Boston University to force a game three tonight.