Beanpot: BC, NU meet to decide ‘Pot champ for first time since 1983

  

by Joshua Kummins

Top-ranked Boston College and Northeastern will meet on Monday night in the 59th Annual Beanpot championship game at the TD Garden. The Eagles and Huskies will be playing in the title game against each other for the first time since 1983 and for just the second time ever. The game also marks the first of three straight head-to-head meetings between the two Boston rivals. Puck drop is set for 7:30 p.m.

Before the grand finale, Harvard and Boston University will square off in the consolation game at 4:30 p.m. The Terriers will be taking part in just their third consolation match since 1994, while Harvard has played the early game on Championship Monday in 11 of the past 12 seasons. The game will decide third place in the Beanpot, but will not be televised. For coverage, tune into WTBU or WHRB.

Stay tuned here for live championship game coverage on Monday from the Garden and follow me on Twitter @joshuakummins for the latest. You can also watch the live broadcast of the championship game, which will be televised live on NESN with Don Orsillo and former Boston Bruin Andy Brickley in the booth and Naoko Funayama at ice level. Kathryn Tappen and Bob Beers will team up to host intermission coverage and The Prelude to a Championship pre-game show from the NESN Garden studio.

PRE-GAME
The Bruins Blog Preview: Huskies hope to prevent BC Beanpot repeat at TD Garden
A little pre-Beanpot laugh

SEMIFINAL RECAPS
Photo Gallery: Eagles, Huskies take care of Beanpot business [Sharon Bradley Photography]
Cross keeps BC repeat hopes alive and well
NU’s Rawlings gloves shutout over Harvard

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Northeastern at #1 Boston College, 7:30 p.m. (NESN)
NU NotesBC NotesLive BoxThe Bruins Blog Recap

About jkummins

Joshua Kummins, a senior honors student at Malden High School, is the Associate Editor for BostonSportsU18.com. He joined BSU18 in August 2010 and also serves as the Co-Head of Sports for the award-winning newspaper at MHS, The Blue and Gold. Under his leadership, the sports section placed first for "Excellence in Sports Writing" as part of the Sufffolk University Greater Boston High School Newspaper Competition. Kummins is a veteran Hockey East reporter and has covered multiple Frozen Fenway events, Beanpots and conference tournaments. He is also a frequent contributor to the site’s baseball coverage as he covers the Red Sox, minor leagues, and college games throughout the season. Each season, he is proud to cover the Cape Cod Baseball League and the New England Collegiate Baseball League’s North Shore Navigators. He also thinks that the CCBL and NECBL provide some of the best baseball in the country, truly showing “how the game should be played.” Contact him via e-mail at jkummins@bostonsportsu18.com and follow him @JoshuaKummins on Twitter.
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