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61st BEANPOT

Beanpot was perfect showcase for NU’s Kevin Roy

Before Monday's Beanpot final against Boston College, Northeastern had last won the tournament in 1988. Each of the tournament's other three competitors won multiple titles since Northeastern's last crown. A look back at some numbers that stand out from Northeastern's 25-year drought:

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Current Northeastern players born before the Huskies’ last Beanpot title.
2
Beanpot championships won by Harvard since Northeastern last won.
7
Beanpot championships won by BC since Northeastern last won.
15
Beanpot championships won by BU since Northeastern last won.
6
Championship game losses by Northeastern since it last won the Beanpot: 1996 (BU, 11-4), 1999 (BU, 4-2), 2002 (BU, 5-3), 2005 (BU, 3-2 OT, shown), 2009 (BU, 5-2), 2011 (BC, 7-6 OT).
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NCAA championships won by Harvard since Northeastern last won Beanpot, in 1989 with Hobey Baker winner Lane MacDonald (shown).
2
NCAA championships won by BU since Northeastern last won Beanpot, in 1995 and 2009.
4
NCAA championships won by BC since Northeastern last won Beanpot, in 2001, 2008, 2010, and 2012.
6
Northeastern head coaches since the school last won the Beanpot: Fernie Flaman, Don McKenney, Ben Smith, Bruce Crowder (shown), Greg Cronin, and Jim Madigan.
7
Winning seasons by Northeastern since the school last won the Beanpot: 1987-88, 1988-89, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1997-98, 2001-02, 2008-09. (Shown, 1997-98 season led by Bruce Crowder, left.)
2
Mayors of Boston since Northeastern last won the Beanpot: Ray Flynn (1988-93) and Tom Menino (shown, 1993-present).
5
Presidents of the United States since Northeastern last won the Beanpot: Ronald Reagan (shown, 1988-89), George H.W. Bush (1989-93), Bill Clinton (1993-2001), George W. Bush (2001-2009), and Barack Obama (2009-present).

-- Source: Globe research

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