Postgame: Northeastern 4, Merrimack 1

Warrior Hockey Podcasts

The following podcasts were provided by Merrimack radio analyst Mike Machnik

John Leahy’s pregame interview with Merrimack head coach Mark Dennehy

Pregame with Northeastern head coach Jim Madigan

Intermission with Boston Herald writer John Connolly

Intermission with Merrimack beat writer Mike McMahon of discussing the scheduling agreement with Wisconsin

Postgame with Merrimack head coach Mark Dennehy discussing tonight’sgame, the scheduling agreement with Wisconsin, Collin Delia as Hockey Humanitarian Nominee, Ethan Spaxman ranked by NHL Central Scouting, and the upcoming alumni game Jan. 31


— Northeastern is now 52-42-10 all-time against Merrimack.

— Northeastern extends its unbeaten streak to eight games (7-0-1), tied for the second longest active winning streak in the nation and tied for the sixth longest in team history. The Huskies have won six straight games, which is tied for the fifth longest winning streak in program history.

— Merrimack has now lost nine straight games for the first time in nine years; the last time it did so was when it dropped the final nine games of the regular season in the 2006-07 campaign – the Warriors finished 3-27-4 that year and did not qualify for the Hockey East Tournament.

— After starting the year 3-0-1 on the road, Merrimack has now gone 0-8-1 in games played away from Lawler Rink since the middle of November (7 away games, 1 neutral-site game).

— Merrimack was held to its lowest shot total of the season (16), recording only three shots on goal in the first period and four in the third frame. Brett Seney finished with two goals on the weekend, upping his season total to six, while Foget recorded his first point in eight games after last registering an assist at UConn on Dec. 11.

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Mike McMahon is in his 13th year covering Merrimack College for The Eagle Tribune and is the founder and managing editor of The Mack Report. Mike also serves on staff as a senior writer at College Hockey News. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMcMahonCHN

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