Holy Cross has ended its losing streak after 2-3 vs. New Hampshire

The game between New Hampshire and hosting Holy Cross finished 3-2 after an overtime drama. Holy Cross' victory puts an end to a five-game losing streak.

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The game between New Hampshire and hosting Holy Cross finished 3-2 after an overtime drama. Holy Cross' victory puts an end to a five-game losing streak.

Holy Cross' Nick Hale scored the game-winning goal.

The Crusaders first took the lead early in the second period, with a goal from Joe Solimine, assisted by Jake Higgins and Grayson Constable.

Late, the Wildcats' Cy LeClerc scored a goal, assisted by Kalle Eriksson and Colton Huard, making the score 1-1.

Harrison Blaisdell took the lead halfway through the third period, assisted by Connor Sweeney and Alex Gagne.

Jack Ricketts tied the game 2-2 only seconds later, assisted by Liam McLinskey and Alex Peterson. With this tie the game went to overtime.

In overtime, it took 33 seconds before Nick Hale scored the game-winner for the home team, assisted by Jack Ricketts.

Next up:

On Friday, the Crusaders will host the Falcons at 8:05 p.m. CST and the Wildcats will play against the Terriers at 6 p.m. CST.