By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff
It was the first game of the David Quinn Era – before the injuries, before the winless streak and before the frustrations came to the surface.
Back on Oct. 11, the Boston University men’s hockey team took the ice for the first time in the regular season and faced off against the University of Massachusetts at Agganis Arena. By the end of the game, the Terriers, and Quinn, had their first win behind them.
Just over three months later, that game means little as the Terriers continue to look for a way to right a ship that has been tilting ever since December.
“I don’t think there’s any correlation of what happens in October and what you’re going to see at the game tomorrow night,” Quinn said. “Both teams have grown. I know they have, and obviously we’ve had our struggles.”
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