BU adopts “us against the world” mentality ahead of North Dakota, NCAA Tournament

Doyle Somerby has heard the message loud and clear: He and his teammates are underdogs on Friday. The senior defenseman and captain of the No. 6 Boston University men’s hockey team doesn’t like it one bit. “In our locker room we’ve seen a lot of people picking North Dakota,” Somerby said of Friday’s West Regional … Read more

Preview: BU readies for home-and-home set with UNH

There’s an aura of déjà vu around Agganis Arena. For the second time in three weeks, the No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey team approaches the weekend looking to break out of a two-game skid. This go around, the opportunity comes via a home-and-home series against the University of New Hampshire, with Friday night’s game … Read more

BU gears up for Beanpot title game vs. Harvard

While the Beanpot Tournament is laced with history, its 65th championship game concerns a bird of a different feather: Two elite teams. Just ask Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson, an assistant captain for the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team, about what it’ll be like to play against No. 4 Harvard University on Monday night at … Read more

BU visits UMass Lowell on Friday night to close out Hockey East series

A stern test awaits the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team, as it’ll visit No. 9 University of Massachusetts Lowell on Friday night. Rumor is the Tsongas Center has been sold out for weeks, and rightly so with two of the NCAA’s elite teams duking it out. For context, they met back on Jan. … Read more

BU searches for form, swagger against Merrimack, UMass Lowell

When the No. 1 Boston University men’s hockey team takes to the ice at Agganis Arena this weekend, it will be in a somewhat foreign spot: looking to recover from a loss. In fact, when Merrimack College snapped the Terriers’ eight-game win streak on Tuesday, 46 days had passed since the scarlet and white left … Read more

From The FreeP: BU, fresh off No. 1 ranking, visits Merrimack

Fresh off its eighth consecutive win, the Boston University men’s hockey team will travel to Merrimack College on Tuesday night for a rare midweek clash. Ahead of the game, however, a larger bit of news surfaced surrounding the program: the Terriers are college hockey’s newest No. 1 team. BU (16-5-2, 9-2-2 Hockey East) last earned … Read more

From The FreeP: BU hosts Yale

It seems like yesterday that the Boston University men’s hockey team’s 2016-17 season just got underway, but here we are. On Tuesday night, the sixth-ranked Terriers will host Yale University for a non-conference clash to close out 2016. Coach Quinn’s side will be slightly less than full strength, as senior forward Tommy Kelley is still … Read more

Terriers in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft

One of the most exciting weekends of the hockey year could become a very exciting one for Boston University hockey as well. It’s far removed from the confines of Agganis Arena, but the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, home of the Florida Panthers, will act as a gateway of new beginnings come Friday and Saturday. … Read more