Terriers looking to refocus with weekend series at Vermont

By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff With the Boston University campus still buzzing about the situation surrounding former defenseman Max Nicastro, the No. 5/6 men’s hockey team still has games to play to finish up the regular season. The Terriers will leave their still-shocked campus behind as they travel to the University of Vermont for back-to-back games … Read more Terriers looking to refocus with weekend series at Vermont

Nicastro charged, pleads not guilty to two counts of rape

By Annie Maroon and Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff UPDATED Feb. 22, 1:21 a.m. Boston University men’s hockey defenseman Max Nicastro pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape at a Brighton District Court arraignment Tuesday morning. After being arrested Sunday at 6:30 a.m. by Boston University police Nicastro, 21, was held in jail until his arraignment. … Read more Nicastro charged, pleads not guilty to two counts of rape

BU students on Nicastro’s arrest: ‘Wouldn’t you learn your lesson?’

By Annie Maroon/DFP Staff Early Sunday morning, Boston University men’s hockey defenseman Max Nicastro was arrested for an alleged on-campus incident of sexual assault. This is the second time this season that a BU men’s hockey player has been arrested on such charges. Former Terrier Corey Trivino is still going through the legal process following … Read more BU students on Nicastro’s arrest: ‘Wouldn’t you learn your lesson?’

Max Nicastro arrested, suspended

By Tim Healey/DFP Staff Junior defenseman Max Nicastro was arrested early Sunday morning for an alleged sexual assault of a female student, and he has been suspended indefinitely from the No. 2 Boston University men’s hockey team. The news was first reported by BU Today. Neither BU coach Jack Parker nor any of the players … Read more Max Nicastro arrested, suspended

Missed scoring opportunities doom Terriers

By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff In the third period of No. 2 Boston University’s 4-2 loss to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Saturday night, junior forward Justin Courtnall fed a picture-perfect pass through the slot to the blade of freshman forward Evan Rodrigues’ stick. Rodrigues was standing at the edge of the crease with the entire net … Read more Missed scoring opportunities doom Terriers

The good and the bad: BU loses to UML, 4-2

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff The No. 2 Boston University men’s hockey team lost to No. 6 University of Massachusetts-Lowell Saturday night at Agganis Arena. Here’s a look at both the negatives and positives from BU’s loss. The bad:FinishBU had every chance to win the game Saturday night. The Terriers had a 4-on-1, 3-on-1 and 3-on-2 … Read more The good and the bad: BU loses to UML, 4-2

Cissé works to earn lineup spot

By Annie Maroon/DFP Staff Although Boston University men’s hockey head coach Jack Parker wasn’t particularly enthusiastic about his team’s 7-4 win over the University of Massachusetts-Lowell on Friday, he had clear praise for redshirt freshman winger Yasin Cissé. After bouncing in and out of the lineup for the last month, Cissé had a goal and … Read more Cissé works to earn lineup spot

Jack Parker weighs in on Jerry York’s 900th win

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff Boston University and Boston College may be rivals on the ice, but the teams’ head coaches are friends off of it. Jack Parker and Jerry York grew up playing hockey against each other both in high school and college, and now they coach against each other for two of the most … Read more Jack Parker weighs in on Jerry York’s 900th win