From the FreeP: Two steps back

By Cary Betagole/DFP Staff

After his team’s blood, sweat and tear stained win over Boston College on Friday, Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker was asked who among his players had stepped their game up the most.

“I thought they all did,” he said.

It’s safe to say lightning didn’t strike for the second time at Agganis Arena on Saturday night.

University of New Hampshire senior goalie Brian Foster stood taller than any of the Terriers (8-11-3, 6-9-2), making 34 saves including a few big ones during a one-minute stint of 6-on-3 in the third period to carry the Wildcats (12-7-4, 11-2-3) to a 4-1 victory.


1 thought on “From the FreeP: Two steps back”

  1. seemed like they had some chances that didn’t go in. I don’t know that this is the end of the world
    for this team. Seems like Parker is sort of using hyperbole to try to light a fire under these guys

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