CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Jack Hughes recorded a three-point evening for the Huskies, but Northeastern ultimately fell, 8-4, to Harvard on Sunday.
- The Crimson opened the evening with a 2-0 lead through the first period and tallied one more to open the second.
- As time counted down in the middle frame, the Huskies would score three unanswered goals to tie the game 3-3. In back-to-back games, Gunnarwolfe Fontaine would collect Northeastern first goal of the night on a laser from the slot. Linemates Hughes and Sam Colangelo were credited with the helpers.
- Less than two minutes later, on the man advantage, Aidan McDonough recorded his sixth power-play goal of the season on a one-timer from the left circle. Fontaine and Hughes tallied the assists, each for their second points of the night.
- To tie the game at 3-3, McDonough sent the puck into the Huskies offensive zone for a breakaway goal by Matt Choupani for his fourth tally on the season.
- Leaving the second frame and heading into the third, Harvard would tally four goals to give the Crimson a 7-3 lead.
- The Huskies efforts did not stop there as Hughes gave Northeastern its fourth goal and his third point of the evening. Vinny Borgesi dumped the puck to the boards for Colangelo who found Hughes behind the net. In brilliant fashion, Hughes pulled off a Michigan goal at 8:13 into the period.
- The Crimson would add one final goal to take the 8-4 win.
- Netminder Devon Levi finished the night with 26 saves, while Justin Hryckowian tallied 15 faceoff wins to lead both teams.
- The Huskies will send the next week getting ready for the long-awaited Frozen Fenway matchup against the Huskies of UConn on Saturday, Jan. 7. The game is slated for a 2:30 p.m. ET puck drop and will be streamed on NESN. Tickets are still available at www.mlb.com/redsox/tickets/events/frozen-fenway.