Hohmann goal gives Boston University 3-2 lead over Providence after two periods

Providence’s Kevin Rooney finishes a check on Saturday (photo: Jim Rosvold).

BOSTON — Cason Hohmann’s 11th goal of the season gave Boston University a 3-2 lead over Providence through two periods of the national championship game Saturday at TD Garden.

The Friars’ Mark Jankowski tied the game at 2-2 on a power-play goal 4:29 into the second period off a feed from Trevor Mingoia.

But Hohmann gave the Terriers the lead again when he scored 11:36 into the second.

The Terriers scored two goals four seconds apart to take a 2-1 lead after one.

Boston University outshot Providence 40-23 through two periods.

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  1. Dan, did you attend the DU-AF game? I did, and your column makes it sounds like an “even” game, far from the truth. SOG were 43-23 in DU’s favor, very reflective of the flow of the game. Every time DU took the lead the AHA refs called penalties on DU. Ice was normal for Cadet Ice Arena, choppy and slushy causing both teams passes to be erratic.

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