Matt Grzelcyk restored the two-goal lead in the third when he circled the net and wrapped the puck in for his second of the season. Wade Megan added an empty-netter before BC scored on a with a two-man advantage in the final minute of play.
Coach Jack Parker:
“I thought we played extremely well obviously. The number one team in the nation, and I thought we played a smart game, but also a really smart emotional game. We didn’t get caught out of position very much. We didn’t let our emotions take us all over the place or, up until real late, into the penalty box either. I thought we did a great job killing penalties when we had to.”
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► The victory, which was the 884th of Parker's career, generated two of ESPN's top ten plays of the night.
David Warsofsky scored the game-winner and added an assist in Providence’s 4-2 win against Connecticut. Chris Bourque had two assists for the Bruins.
Sean Sullivan scored his first goal of the season in Lake Erie’s 6-2 loss to San Antonio.
Goals by Isabel Menard and Shannon Doyle in the final five minutes gave the #7 Terriers a 4-3 come-from-behind win against Providence at Schneider Arena. Senior co-captain Jennelle Kohanchuk scored twice for BU which improved to 10-3-1 overall