Getting the message: Terriers do just what David Quinn asks in 4-3 comeback win over Providence

By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff A week ago, the No. 18 Boston University men’s hockey team lost back-to-back games in Michigan and struggled to produce offense because it got away from the things Coach David Quinn wanted it to do. These things included staying out of the penalty box, maintaining puck possession and creating scoring chances … Read more Getting the message: Terriers do just what David Quinn asks in 4-3 comeback win over Providence

UPDATED: No. 18 Terriers overcome three-goal deficit to defeat Providence

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff With less than two minutes left in the second period, freshman wing Robbie Baillargeon and sophomore center Danny O’Regan teamed up to score easily the nicest goal of the No. 18 Boston University men’s hockey team’s season. As O’Regan and Baillargeon completed the play, however, they gave the Terriers something more … Read more UPDATED: No. 18 Terriers overcome three-goal deficit to defeat Providence

Live blog: Matt O’Connor starts in goal as Terriers host unbeaten Providence

Time/location: 7:30 pm., Agganis Arena BU lines:  Robbie Baillargeon – Danny O’Regan – Evan Rodrigues Matt Lane – Cason Hohmann – Tommy Kelley Brendan Collier – Nick Roberto – Sam Kurker Mike Moran – Dillon Lawrence – Kevin Duane Ahti Oksanen – Garrett Noonan Matt Grzelcyk – Patrick MacGregor  Doyle Somerby – T.J. Ryan Matt O’Connor Sean … Read more Live blog: Matt O’Connor starts in goal as Terriers host unbeaten Providence

From the FreeP: No. 18 Terriers look to bounce back against No. 3 Providence

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff After watching his team give up three goals in the final five minutes of play against Michigan State University Saturday evening, David Quinn told the Boston University men’s hockey team to be prepared for practice on Tuesday. Five days later, and with the Terriers (3-3-0, 1-0-0 Hockey East) having dropped from … Read more From the FreeP: No. 18 Terriers look to bounce back against No. 3 Providence