BOSTON — Boston University scored two goals in four seconds to take a 2-1 lead over Providence after the first period of the national championship game Saturday at TD Garden.
After Anthony Florentino gave the Friars the lead 9:25 into the period, the Terriers broke the record for fastest consecutive goals in an NCAA tournament game.
Ahti Oksanen beat Jon Gillies at 12:50, and Danny O’Regan finished off a Jack Eichel rush immediately off the ensuing faceoff.
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The Terriers outshot the Friars 18-6 in the first period.