The Look Back: BU sees mixed results vs. UNH

It probably wasn’t how head coach David Quinn drew it up, but he’ll gladly take three out of four points from this past weekend’s series with the University of New Hampshire. After slumping hard, the No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey team clawed its way back to the status quo, outscoring UNH 12-8 across two … Read more

Live Blog: BU hosts UNH at Agganis Arena

The No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey team is back in action Friday night, hosting the University of New Hampshire at Agganis Arena. Puck drop is set for 6:05 p.m. and the game will be broadcast nationally on the American Sports Network. We’ll be live for all the game’s action, so follow along via our … 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

From the FreeP: New Hampshire pushes past men’s hockey

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff The University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team outshot Boston University Monday afternoon. While that generally unexceptional stat does not say much about the game, a deeper look does. The Wildcats took just one shot during BU’s lone man advantage of the game after 1:56 of the Terriers passing the puck … Read more

From the FreeP: Collier tallies 1st-career goal in loss

By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff Boston University freshman forward Brendan Collier has a big following at the men’s hockey team’s home games. The Charlestown native said he has between 10 and 30 family members and friends at Agganis Arena for any given home game. While the Terriers fans did not have much to cheer about during … Read more

Pluses & Minuses: More of the same as BU drops another vs. UNH

By Tim Healey/DFP Staff Weather delayed the game, but it seemed as though nothing could delay the result — or how it happened. The Boston University men’s hockey team fell, 3-1, to the University of New Hampshire Monday at Agganis Arena after staying close for 60 minutes until an empty-net goal put the Terriers away. … Read more