From the Freep: Terriers find levels of success despite off-ice distractions

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff

Junhee Chung/DFP STAFF

Following a 5-1 win over the University of Maine to end the first half of the hockey season, the Boston University men’s hockey team looked poised for a promising second half. The team owned a 10-5-1 record and had won seven of its last eight games heading into the break.

As coach Jack Parker reviewed game film from the win over the Black Bears during the bus ride back to Boston, he felt confident about the team’s future looking ahead to the second half of the season.

“I can remember it like it was yesterday,” Parker said. “I was going over the game film on the way home and I was thinking to myself, ‘We could win the national championship with this team. This is a very, very good college hockey team.’ And that changed in a New York minute.”

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