From the FreeP: Men’s hockey wraps up regular season with Northeastern home-and-home

By Tim Healey/DFP Staff

If there is anyone in Hockey East who can empathize with David Quinn — struggling to find any consistency in a young team during his first season as head coach — it might be the man running the opposing bench this weekend.

Jim Madigan suffered a similar poor start in his tenure as the Northeastern men’s hockey coach, guiding the Huskies to a 13-16-5 record in 2011-12 after being hired the summer before. That regressed to a 9-21-4 mark last year.

Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the No. 9 Huskies are one of the top teams in the conference this season, and it will be that team Boston University wraps up its regular season against this weekend. The team’s open up a home-and-home series at 7 p.m. Friday at Agganis Arena — featuring a senior night ceremony before the game, then the Jack Parker number retirement ceremony during the first intermission — followed by a 7 p.m. matchup at Matthews Arena the next night.

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5 thoughts on “From the FreeP: Men’s hockey wraps up regular season with Northeastern home-and-home”

  1. BC is younger than we are and they have the youngest kid in college hockey starting in goal yet they seem to be doing fine. The “young team” excuse is getting pathetic.

  2. JP is getting his day during SENIOR NIGHT? Why wasn’t this done earlier in the year or even next year? The seniors deserve their own night.

  3. i agree with last poster. young and untalented – that is a recipe for disaster which is where this program is right now

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