Bear-ing down the hatchet

ORONO, Maine – It will be a merry Christmas break for the No. 11/12 Boston University men’s hockey team. After struggling to win back-to-back games in the early part of the fall semester, the Terriers (10-5-1, 8-4-1 Hockey East) topped the University of Maine, 5-1, via four third-period goals on Saturday to complete a streak in which they have won seven of their last eight games.

Senior forward Corey Trivino and sophomore forward Sahir Gill both recorded the first multi-goal games of their careers, and freshman defenseman Alexx Privitera potted his first goal in a BU jersey. Senior goaltender Kieran Millan also set a new career saves record, topping former Terrier Sean Fields’ 3,055 career saves when the former recorded 3,057 by the end of Saturday’s game.

“The puck went in the net for us,” said BU coach Jack Parker. “We had some great opportunities before that. I thought that through the first and second, we had a couple power plays that might have been good opportunities.

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