Jerry York and Joe Whitney Postgame Transcripts

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff York Opening statement Terrific weekend for our club. We’ve been on a little run here for the last three weeks where I’ve seen some improvement in a lot of different areas, but this weekend I thought we were very solid defensively. Both goaltenders played well. Our young defensive corps, I thought, … Read more Jerry York and Joe Whitney Postgame Transcripts

Parker: “We are not a hungry hockey team”

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff One of the many things Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker has become famous for over the years is his ability to find a major fault line where fans and media only see a small crack, or perhaps nothing at all. Friday night’s postgame press conference following a 3-3 tie … Read more Parker: “We are not a hungry hockey team”

Grading the Terriers: 12/4 vs. Vermont

By Cary Betagole/DFP Staff Offense: B+ BU’s offense registered a respectable three goals Friday, but the story was their near misses. Vermont sophomore goalie Rob Madore made 37 saves, but greatly benefited from a couple friendly bounces off the posts and crossbar. Midway through the third period, everyone inside “The Greek” thought junior defenseman Colby … Read more Grading the Terriers: 12/4 vs. Vermont

Terriers and Catamounts play to 3-3 tie

By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff Playing in its fourth consecutive overtime game, the Boston University men’s hockey team played to a 3-3 draw with the No. 19 University of Vermont on Friday night at Agganis Arena. Despite outshooting the Catamounts(6-5-2, 4-4-2 Hockey East), 40-24, BU (4-7-3, 2-6-2) coach Jack Parker said after the game his team … Read more Terriers and Catamounts play to 3-3 tie

From the FreeP: BU hosts Hockey East foes Vermont, BC

By Cary Betagole/DFP Staff The Boston University men’s hockey team showcased its resiliency last week in come-from-behind efforts against Harvard University, 6-5, and No. 7 Cornell University, 3-3. The Terriers (4-7-2, 2-6-1 Hockey East) look to translate out-of-conference heroics into Hockey East building blocks this weekend at home against two familiar foes, the No. 19 … Read more From the FreeP: BU hosts Hockey East foes Vermont, BC

From the FreeP: Hockey East Power Rankings

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff 1) No. 9 University of Massachusetts-Amherst (9-3-0, 5-2-0) The Minutemen are simply the best team in the conference. In addition to having the best overall winning percentage and best in-conference winning percentage, UMass is the only team to rank in the top three in Hockey East in scoring offense (T-1st), scoring … Read more From the FreeP: Hockey East Power Rankings