Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Terriers cough up late lead and lose to Harvard, 5-4

In perhaps their most disappointing effort of the season, Terriers gave up a pair of goals in the final four minutes and lost the Beanpot consolation game to Harvard, 5-4. BU had come back from a 3-1 deficit to take a 4-3 lead and scored three power plays along the way while putting 49 shots on goal. But defensive lapses and a rare subpar game by Kieran Millan let Harvard snatch victory away. Just two minutes after taking the lead at the 14:05 mark of the third, Harvard tied the score and two minutes later slammed home the game-winner.

BU got two goals from Alex Chiasson (photo), now tied for the team lead with 12, and one each from freshmen Garrett Noonan and Adam Clendening.

• GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
• Boston Hockey Blog recap, analysis, grades and slideshow
• Post game comments
• WTBU Sports recap
• USCHO recap
• Boston Globe BP notebook

Looking back

Former Terrier captain Kevin Shattenkirk, now with the Colorado Avalanche, talked with USA Hockey about his development in NTDP program and at BU.

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