From the FreeP: Cohen traded to Bruins

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Like many Boston University students and alumni, former Terrier defenseman Colby Cohen might be trying to find tickets for this weekend’s series with No. 8 Boston College. The 2008-09 Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player and 2009-10 Hockey East First Team All-Star is on his way back to the Boston area after … Read moreFrom the FreeP: Cohen traded to Bruins

From the FreeP: Rosen goes from never playing forward to scoring a goal as a center Saturday

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Ben Rosen looked like a veteran center Saturday night when he scored his first collegiate goal. With his team trailing 2-0 midway through the first period, the sophomore from Syosset, N.Y., picked off a pass behind the net and quickly zipped the puck to freshman defenseman Garrett Noonan at the right … Read moreFrom the FreeP: Rosen goes from never playing forward to scoring a goal as a center Saturday

Coach Parker post-game transcript 11/27

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff Opening statementI have a closet full of ties. I’ve got enough ties. Five ties. Are they all at home? Four of them at home? One’s at Merrimack, that’s right. Unbelievable. Overall, I thought both teams played well. Both teams played hard. We knew exactly what we were going to get from … Read moreCoach Parker post-game transcript 11/27

Terriers ready to take on Brown in non-conference tilt

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff It would be easy for fans of the No. 2 Boston University men’s hockey team to overlook Saturday night’s game. Brown University isn’t exactly a college hockey powerhouse. It’s a non-conference contest sandwiched between rivalry series against No. 6 University of New Hampshire and No. 7 Boston College. And it’s over … Read moreTerriers ready to take on Brown in non-conference tilt