BU @ UMass-Lowell Live Blog
By Tim Healey/DFP Staff Saturday night at 7 p.m., the No. 12 Boston University men’s hockey team will attempt to do something it has not done all season: win two games in a row. Fresh off an overtime win over University of Massachusetts last Saturday, BU (3-2-1, 2-1-1 Hockey East) will get its third chance … Read more Terriers look to keep momentum against Riverhawks
By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff Fenway Park is one of the most historic ballparks in the country. Its nooks and crannies, its crooked seats, its bricks that have been standing since 1912, all of it combines to make the park one of the more magical places to play in or watch a baseball game. In 2010, … Read more Frozen Fenway on the horizon for Terriers?
By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff CHESTNUT HILL – Halfway through the first period of the No. 5 Boston University women’s hockey team’s game against No. 6 Boston College, neither team had scored. After a tough weekend where the Terriers fell to No. 1 University of Wisconsin and only scored one goal in two contests, the game … Read more From the Freep: Wakefield wakes up Terriers, becomes first HE player to score 100 career goals
By Andrew McCarthy/DFP Columnist What I remember most vividly is the noise. Walter Brown seated less than 4,000 people, but on some nights, it seemed to be the loudest venue in Boston. The chatter of the consistently sold out crowds would ricochet off the hospital-white cement walls and red iron support beams, smothering everyone inside. … Read more COLUMN: A call to the ghosts of Walter Brown