It was a play that would be frowned upon in youth hockey. And yet, there was the pass by Boston University’s Ben Rosen, the puck going far too close to an open goal­mouth, the goalie in no posi­tion to do any­thing when Northeastern’s Kevin Roy inter­cepted the puck and poked it in.

Sure, Rosen was attempting a pass to team­mate Sean Escobedo. But with the goal unoc­cu­pied it was risky at best, and calami­tous at worst. And in looking at Rosen’s face once the puck had crossed the goal line, the BU player knew just how badly he had erred.

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