Jordan Harris is mauled by teammates after scoring the game-winner in double-overtime of the Beanpot Championship Game.
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ROBENHYMER: Canadiens Prospect Jordan Harris’ Hero Moment at Beanpot Latest Sign of Positive Strides

BOSTON, Mass. — A power play goal in overtime from Montreal Canadiens prospect Jordan Harris gave Northeastern a 4-3 win over Boston University and their third consecutive Beanpot championship in front of a sellout crowd at TD Garden Monday night.

“Right when we got the power play, we went to the bench and coach was mentioning that if we get the puck, try to push it to the middle and get a shot on net,” the sophomore defenceman said. “So, I tried to do just that and thankfully it went in.”

It’s just one more example of the 19-year-old’s great skating, good shot, coachability and why he’s averaging more than 25 minutes a night on the Huskies blueline.

“Coach Madigan and I were talking on the bench and, with Jordan’s feet, he’s really good at pushing the puck across the blueline and I though

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NCAA NHL Prospects Northeastern Univ. Montréal Canadiens Boston Univ. USA U20 USA U18 Kimball Union Academy Youngstown Phantoms NCAA NHL WJC-20 Jordan Harris Jim Madigan Jim Madigan [staff] Jerry Keefe Jerry Keefe [staff] Jérémy Davies Ryan Shea Zach Solow
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