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Blackhawks prospect Ryan Shea, Northeastern win 3rd straight Beanpot title

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The senior defenseman had two assists in the second period.

2020 Beanpot Tournament - Championship Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images

Blackhawks defenseman prospect Ryan Shea had two assists to help Northeastern win its third straight Beanpot championship with a 5-4 victory in double overtime against Boston University on Monday at TD Garden in Boston.

Fellow Blackhawks prospect Jake Wise, a forward, had a goal and an assist for BU.

Wise sent a pass across the crease to Ducks prospect Trevor Zegras, who scored with 1.2 seconds remaining in the third period to send the game to overtime.

In double overtime, Shea drew a tripping penalty by Patrick Harper (Predators) then Jordan Harris (Canadiens) scored on the ensuing power play for Northeastern to win its seventh Beanpot title.

Shea, a senior captain, has seven multipoint games this season and 27 points (four goals, 23 assists) in 26 games. Wise has nine points (two goals, seven assists) in the same amount of games during his sophomore season.

After BU took a 2-0 lead in the first period, including the opening goal from Wise, Northeastern scored four straight goals in the second period.

Two of Northeastern’s four goals were scored on the power play during Blackhawks defenseman prospect Alex Vlasic’s cross-checking minor.

Shea had a primary assist at even strength to tie it 2-2 then a secondary assist on Northeastern’s first power-play goal.

Wise committed an interference penalty at 3:54 of the third period, but BU killed off the penalty.

Money on the line

Rockford IceHogs forward and Northeastern alumnus Dylan Sikura won a $100 wager on the game with defenseman Chad Krys, who played at Boston.