Len Quesnelle becomes new BU assistant coach, Scott Young joins Pittsburgh

The Boston University men’s hockey team has named Len Quesnelle, announced today by BU head coach David Quinn, as the Terriers’ new assistant coach. Former assistant coach Scott Young was named the director of player development for the Pittsburgh Penguins in July. Quesnelle, a Princeton University defenseman, served as the Tigers’ head coach and has coached in the NCAA for over 25 … Read more

Terriers release 2017-18 home schedule

Terrier fans can already begin planning their visits to Agganis Arena as the Boston University men’s hockey team announced their home schedule for 2017-18 on Wednesday afternoon. Luckily for the BU faithful, the team is scheduled to begin their season earlier than ever before. For the first time since their inception, the Terriers will begin … 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 readies for home-and-home series with Maine

Over the last month or so, everything has been turning up roses for the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team. The Terriers are riding a six-game winning streak, seven players recently secured a silver or gold medal at the 2017 World Junior Championships, freshman goaltender Jake Oettinger boasts a .956 save percentage in his … Read more

From The Freep: Gabriel Chabot feature

When the Boston University men’s hockey team announced its freshman class this past summer, there was one surprise. The big names – Keller, Bellows, Krys, Fabbro and Oettinger – rolled through, and then a curveball popped up on Twitter: Gabriel Chabot. As a result, some of you may have been wondering all fall and winter … Read more

BU, with seven skaters at World Juniors, hosts Union

The wait is over, Terrier fans. After 23 days without a game, the No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team returns to action when it hosts No. 10 Union College on Thursday. It will be the Terriers’ (10-5-2, 4-2-2 Hockey East) last non-conference home game of the regular season. The main storyline heading into tomorrow’s contest … Read more

Second half of BU’s 2016-17 season brings about cautious optimism

The New Year often brings about new goals, a new perspective on the ebbs and flows of life. For the No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team, 2017 ushers in two things: the 2016-17 season’s second half and an unwavering outlook. That’s right – poke around Agganis Arena, the Terriers’ sanctuary, and the same laser-focused rhetoric … Read more

From The FreeP: Pat Curry Feature

BU hockey fans, we have another feature laying in wait. This time we profiled Patrick Curry, one of the Terriers’ nine freshmen. He has six points through his first 14 collegiate games, but it’s often the intangibles that best sum up Curry’s contributions. Be sure to check out all Jonathan wrote up here over on … Read more

Three Thoughts: BU’s weekend series with Providence

The Boston University men’s hockey team snagged three of a possible four points against Providence College this past weekend. Friday night’s clash was a 2-1 win at Schneider Arena, while Saturday’s game unfolded as a 2-2 overtime tie. From the good, the bad and the ugly, we offer several takes on what unfolded. As a … Read more