Report: Danny O’Regan will follow father’s path and play for BU

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff The Terriers have landed St. Sebastian’s junior forward Danny O’Regan for the fall of 2013, according to U.S. Hockey Report. O’Regan’s father, Tom, played at BU from 1979-1983 and served as a co-captain his senior season before joining the Pittsburgh Penguins organization. Danny O’Regan, a 5-foot-9 Needham native, has 23 goals … Read more Report: Danny O’Regan will follow father’s path and play for BU

Terriers look to win consecutive games against Vermont for first time since 2007

By Sam Dykstra/DFP Staff This weekend, looks could very well be deceiving. On one side, you’ve got the 15th-ranked team in the nation that is sporting a 16-9-7 record, including a 13-5-5 mark in conference play, and will be continuing its fight for an at-large bid in the NCAA tournament in a pair of games … Read more Terriers look to win consecutive games against Vermont for first time since 2007

BREAKING NEWS: David Warsofsky out for Vermont series, Wade Megan questionable

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Junior defenseman David Warsofsky will miss this weekend’s series against Vermont with a concussion, according to BU coach Jack Parker. Parker said Warsofsky suffered the concussion with about two minutes to go in Saturday’s 1-0 win at Providence. Warsofsky didn’t show any symptoms for a couple days, but then they started … Read more BREAKING NEWS: David Warsofsky out for Vermont series, Wade Megan questionable

Jack Parker: Greg Cronin’s punishment ‘kind of doesn’t match’

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Northeastern coach Greg Cronin was suspended indefinitely by the school last Friday for possible recruiting violations. We got a chance today to ask BU coach Jack Parker what his thoughts on the situation are. Here’s what he had to say in full: “We certainly don’t like to see a coach get … Read more Jack Parker: Greg Cronin’s punishment ‘kind of doesn’t match’

Breaking down the Hockey East playoff picture: 2/22

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Four of the five series in Hockey East this past weekend went pretty much as expected. Boston University swept Providence, Merrimack swept Massachusetts, Maine swept Massachusetts-Lowell and New Hampshire took three of four points from Vermont. The one that didn’t go as planned was Boston College vs. Northeastern. The fact that … Read more Breaking down the Hockey East playoff picture: 2/22

Terriers dig down deep to get Millan his first shutout

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As the third period of Saturday night’s 1-0 win over Providence College wore on, Boston University was obviously playing to maintain its lead and hold on for the win. But the Terriers were also playing for something else — Kieran Millan’s first shutout of the season. “Definitely,” senior … Read more Terriers dig down deep to get Millan his first shutout