|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Notre Dame (5-3-2)||0/4||4/8||0|
|Notre Dame Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||Saves|
|Cal Petersen (T, 5-3-2)||39:52||0||7||9||16|
|Jake Theut (T, 0-0-1)||40:00||0||10||12||22|
BOSTON - The Northeastern men's ice hockey team and No. 9 Notre Dame played 40 minutes of scoreless hockey before a Zamboni malfunction caused damage to the ice during the second intermission, forcing the officials to suspend the game after two periods, 0-0.
The game will go in the books at as 0-0 tie after the schools attempted to find a workable date on which to resume play but were unable to do so.
The delay began during the second intermission when one of the Northeastern Zamboni's broke down in the left corner of the ice, causing that portion of the ice unable to freeze. After a delay, the ice was deemed unplayable and play was suspended.
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Jake Theut, who made his first collegiate start on Sunday, made 22 saves through two periods for the Huskies, while Cal Petersen had 16 stops for the Fighting Irish.
Neither team was able to capitalize on the power play as Notre Dame went 0-of-5 while the Huskies were 0-of-3. The Fighting Irish also won 27-of-44 face-offs.
The Huskies will be back in action on Friday night when Northeastern hosts No. 17 Providence at Matthews Arena. Puck drop is slated for 7 p.m.