By Tim Healey/DFP Staff PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A win is a win, especially the way the No. 10/11 Boston University men’s hockey team has played of late, but this one hurts a little more than victories usually do. The Terriers (13-9, 10-6 Hockey East) overcame an early 2-0 deficit to beat Providence College, 3-2, at … Read more UPDATED: No. 10/11 Terriers come from behind, top Providence 3-2
Video from BU’s 4-3 loss to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell on Jan. 19 and the postgame press conference.
Time/location: 7 p.m., Schneider Arena (Providence, R.I.) BU lines: Wade Megan – Cason Hohmann – Sahir GillMatt Nieto – Danny O’Regan – Evan RodriguesMatt Lane – Ben Rosen – Sam KurkerMike Moran – Ryan Santana – Jake Moscatel Sean Escobedo – Alexx PriviteraMatt Grzelcyk – Patrick MacGregorAhti Oksanen – Ryan Ruikka Sean MaguireMatt O’Connor Providence lines: Nick Saracino … Read more Live blog: Tied with Friars for third, No. 10/11 BU visits Providence
By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff When Boston University junior assistant captain Garrett Noonan speared his stick into University of Massachusetts-Lowell goaltender Doug Carr last Saturday at Agganis Arena, he did more than just hurt his team’s chances of coming back from a 4–3 deficit in the final five minutes of the game. Noonan will also miss … Read more From the FreeP: BU prepared to take on Providence without Noonan
By Annie Maroon/DFP Staff After its two losses last weekend, the Boston University men’s hockey team fell from No. 9 to No. 11 in this week’s USCHO.com poll and from No. 10 to No. 11 in the USA Today poll. The Terriers (12–9–0, 9–6–0 Hockey East) are also now tied with next week’s opponent, Providence … Read more From the FreeP: Terriers drop in rankings after rough weekend
By Annie Maroon/DFP StaffThe Boston University men’s hockey team lost its second straight game Saturday to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, 4-3, the Terriers’ fourth loss in six games. Although the team’s play was tighter than the night before against Northeastern University, there were still a number of problems that kept them from catching up with … Read more Three up, three down: Megan impresses, but oft-penalized defensemen continue to hurt BU
All photos by Michelle Jay/DFP Staff
By Kevin Dillon/DFP Sports The Boston University men’s hockey team came close to a comeback again, scoring two goals in the third period after falling behind 4–1 to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. However, just like the night before against Northeastern University, the comeback fell short and the Terriers fell 4–3. “Too little too late,” said … Read more UPDATED: Terriers fall short of comeback again, drop contest with Riverhawks 4-3