Grading the Terriers: 1/28 vs. Maine

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Offense: B+Any time you score four goals, you’re probably going to get a pretty good grade. For the first two periods, the Terriers matched the Black Bears chance for chance as the two teams treated spectators to an exhibition in up-and-down, entertaining hockey. After falling behind 3-1, the BU offense remained … Read more Grading the Terriers: 1/28 vs. Maine

Terriers survive flurry of goals, storm back for win

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff ORONO, Maine — Earlier in the month, Boston University senior captain Joe Pereira said the month of January would determine whether BU was too young or ready to play. On Friday night, the No. 16 Terriers proved they were very ready to play and win over the No. 12 University of … Read more Terriers survive flurry of goals, storm back for win

BU finishes tough stretch with a pair at Maine

By Sam Dykstra/DFP Staff Four games in eight days don’t give you much time to rest. Playing three of those four games against nationally ranked teams doesn’t make matters any better. So following a week in which it went 2-2 – including losses to No. 2 Boston College and No. 14 Merrimack College and a … Read more BU finishes tough stretch with a pair at Maine

Current Terrier speaks out against Glass

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff At least one current Terrier disagrees with Andrew Glass’ assertion that his dismissal from the team was unjustified. The player, who wished to remain anonymous, said via text message that there were “multiple reasons” for Glass’ dismissal and that it was “more than just 1 or 2 things.” He said Glass … Read more Current Terrier speaks out against Glass

From the FreeP: Andrew Glass responds to dismissal

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff On Jan. 7, The Daily Free Press reported that Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker had dismissed junior forward Andrew Glass from the team for “missing meetings and being late.” According to Glass, though, Parker’s reasons are not accurate and his dismissal is not justified. For starters, Glass said he … Read more From the FreeP: Andrew Glass responds to dismissal

From the FreeP: Notebook: Terriers drop to No. 16 in USCHO poll

By Sam Dykstra/DFP StaffFollowing a week in which the Boston University men’s hockey team lost to higher-ranked conference opponents Merrimack College and Boston College in consecutive 3-2 games before pulling out a 2-1 road win over a No. 7 team in University of New Hampshire, it’d be easy to justify any movement – upward, downward … Read more From the FreeP: Notebook: Terriers drop to No. 16 in USCHO poll

From the FreeP: 38 Special – Millan stops 38 to lead BU to 2-1 win

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff DURHAM, N.H. – Coming off a pair of 3-2 losses to No. 13 Merrimack College and No. 3 Boston College, the No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team was in desperate need of a win heading into Saturday night’s contest at No. 7 University of New Hampshire. The Terriers got just … Read more From the FreeP: 38 Special – Millan stops 38 to lead BU to 2-1 win

From the FreeP: Millan shuts down formidable UNH top line

By Sam Dykstra/DFP Staff DURHAM, N.H. – Moments after he had used everything in his arsenal to hold back the second-best offense in Hockey East, Kieran Millan reflected on his 38-save performance in No. 15 Boston University’s 2-1 win over No. 7 University of New Hampshire on his way out to the team bus after … Read more From the FreeP: Millan shuts down formidable UNH top line