Chicago Blackhawks prospect Chad Krys and No. 4 Boston University fell 6-3 to No. 3 Harvard in the Beanpot championship game Monday at TD Garden.
Fellow Hawks prospect Dylan Sikura scored the game-winning goal with 42.7 seconds left in regulation to lead Northeastern to a 4-2 win over No. 11 Boston College in the Beanpot consolation game. Chris Calan had an assist for the Eagles.
The Hawks are currently on their bye week until Saturday.
**Why do the Hawks have a bye week? (SCH)
**Tough stretch can help young Hawks prep for playoffs (CSN)
**Hedge: Hawks should give Keith-Seabrook reunion a try (The Athletic)
**Three-point wins could lead to late-game thrills, end faux parity (Chicago Sun Times)
**Next generation of US-born NHL players cite Kane as childhood influence (The Athletic)
**Tootoo relishes sober life after years of alcohol abuse (Chicago Tribune)
**A year after Yeo firing, Wild is having a happier anniversary (Star Tribune)
**Wild place Graovac on waivers, recall two forwards from AHL (PHT)
**Smith to make his first NHL appearance in Avs net against Devils (Denver Post)
**Preds enter bye week with confidence (The Tennessean)
**RECAP: Rangers beat Blue Jackets for sixth straight win (Blueshirt Banter)
**RECAP: Coyotes, Smith shuts out Flames (Five For Howling)
**Appreciate Lundqvist while you can (Blueshirt Banter)
**Penguins’ HBK line meets Shawn Michaels (SBN)
**NHL will hold phone hearing with Nyquist after he passes on in-person talk (PHT)
**Report: Oilers interested in acquiring Brian Boyle (PHT)
**No. 3 Harvard dominates No. 4 BC for first Beanpot title since 1993 (SBNCH)
**Sikura lifts Northeastern over BC in Beanpot consolation (Boston Globe)
**WHL Monday night roundup (WHL)