By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff Offense – Grade B Despite a terrible 19-of-60 performance on faceoffs, BU held even for the most part in time of possession with the River Hawks. The Terriers fired 46 shots to UML’s 42, and put 26 of those shots on goal (UML put 21 shots on net). Especially in the … Read more
UMass-Lowell vs. Boston University
By Cary Betagole/DFP Staff The No. 8/9 University of Massachusetts-Lowell forced the No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey team to play its game Friday night, but the Terriers were efficient enough with the chances they did get to squeak out a 5-4 victory in overtime at Tsongas Arena. The Terriers managed to mount several successful … Read more
By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff Friday morning, Jack Parker had an idea. After Friday’s 5-4 overtime win against the No. 8/9 University of Massachusetts-Lowell, it looked like the No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey coach’s idea might change his team’s entire season. Parker knew the Terriers would be playing shorthand for 3-to-4 weeks as junior Nick … Read more
Offense: A- After mustering just five goals in their first three games combined, the Terriers doubled their season total by dropping a five-spot on UMass-Lowell tonight. Four of BU’s goals involved guys driving to the net, something that has been lacking for most of the season. The first two goals, scored by Alex Chiasson and … Read more
Boston University vs. UMass-Lowell
Rene Reyes recaps Thursday’s 2-1 loss to New Jersey.
Bruins v. Devils
BU takes on UMass-Lowell in what should be one of the team’s most important weekends of the regular season.
Columnist Craig Meyer discusses fans’ expectations for BU hockey this year, and whether or not they should reconsider after a less-than-impressive start to the season.