Boston, Mass. -- Maine defeated Boston University, 7-3, on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park for its fifth Hockey East win of the season. Ryan Lomberg, Devin Shore and Ben Hutton each scored twice for the Black Bears while Martin Ouellette made 28 saves for the victory.
Maine dominates BU out of rain delay at Fenway
On a rain-filled day at Fenway Park with a weather delay and all, Maine bookended Mother Nature's stoppage with goals, and used a potent attack to down Boston University 7-3.
There was a 1:09 minute rain delay during the first period due to heavy downpours and a thunderstorm. It was quite the show at the picturesque ballpark of the Boston Red Sox.
Maine moved into fourth place with the victory while Boston University continues to struggle on the season and finds itself near the bottom of the standings with Merrimack and Massachusetts.
The game was the fourth in a two-weekend series of Hockey East games at Boston's beloved baseball stadium. Providence and Merrimack skated to a 1-1 tie in the first game last weekend followed by Boston College edging rival Notre Dame, 4-3.
In the first game on Saturday Northeastern upset UMass Lowell, 4-1, thanks to two goals by Braden Pimm and a 47 save effort from Clay Witt. The win propelled the upstart Huskies into a tie for second place with Providence.
Professional photographer Matt Dewkett was at Fenway Park shooting the games for SBNation. The gallery below is a sample of some of his work. Dewkett, based out of Connecticut, is available for sporting events and other photographic needs.
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