The North­eastern Uni­ver­sity men’s hockey team will play for its fifth Beanpot title and first since 1988 when it faces No. 1 Boston Col­lege at the TD Garden next Monday night in the 59th annual Beanpot Tour­na­ment Championship.

It’s the women’s turn today. The team will faceoff against Har­vard in the first round at 5 p.m.

The Huskies beat Har­vard, 4–0, in the semi­fi­nal­roundof the Beanpot at TD Garden on Monday afternoon.

North­eastern goal­tender Chris Rawl­ings made 41 saves to earn his fifth shutout of the season and for­ward Mike McLaughlin scored two goals to lead the Huskies totheir second Beanpot cham­pi­onship game in the last three years.

For­wards Steve Silva and Brodie Reid also chipped in goals for North­eastern, who shutout Har­vard for the second time this season. The Huskies blanked the Crimson, 3–0, at Matthews Arena on Jan. 19.

Boston Col­lege beat Boston Uni­ver­sity, 3–2, in over­time, in the other semi­final match-​​up on Monday night.

The Huskies (9–11-6) were shutout, 2–0, by the Eagles on Oct. 19, but have reason to be opti­mistic about hoisting the Beanpot. North­eastern is 6–2-2 in the last 10 games after begin­ning the season 3–9-4.

The club, which has given up just 1.6 goals per game over the last 10 con­tests, will have to keep up its stingy ways in order to shut­down the Eagles, who have scored 99 goals in 27 games.

Rawl­ings, who is second in the nation in shutouts, fig­ures to play a key role in the game, which is almost as much about brag­ging rights as it is about posi­tioning in Hockey East.

The Huskies will play the Uni­ver­sity of Mass­a­chu­setts at Lowell on Friday, before facing the Eagles at 7:30 at the TD Garden on Valentine’s Day.