Thoughts from the Beanpot luncheon

The 65th annual Beanpot Tournament is less than a week away. Tickets are selling, fans are rejoicing and the teams are preparing. The Boston Hockey Blog got thoughts from head coach David Quinn and senior players about the Feb. 6 faceoff between No. 3 Boston University and No. 6 Boston College. Senior forward Nick Roberto said his … Read moreThoughts from the Beanpot luncheon

The Look Back: BU returns to win column against UMass Lowell

Set aside frustrations, as the sky is not falling in the land of Terrier hockey. Pegged against No. 7 University of Massachusetts Lowell, the No. 1 Boston University’s men’s hockey team grinded its way to a 4-2 win Saturday night at Agganis Arena. While it’s impressive enough that BU knocked off Lowell, the main storyline … Read moreThe Look Back: BU returns to win column against UMass Lowell

The Look Back: BU swept by Merrimack after earning No. 1 ranking

Oh how the mighty have fallen. Call it the curse of being ranked No. 1 nationally, place all the blame on head coach David Quinn, fault a player or line – whatever suits your boat, honestly. The fact remains, though: the Boston University men’s hockey team was just handedly swept by Merrimack College. Friday night’s 4-1 … Read moreThe Look Back: BU swept by Merrimack after earning No. 1 ranking

BU searches for form, swagger against Merrimack, UMass Lowell

When the No. 1 Boston University men’s hockey team takes to the ice at Agganis Arena this weekend, it will be in a somewhat foreign spot: looking to recover from a loss. In fact, when Merrimack College snapped the Terriers’ eight-game win streak on Tuesday, 46 days had passed since the scarlet and white left … Read moreBU searches for form, swagger against Merrimack, UMass Lowell

The Look Back: BU’s winning streak falls to Merrimack

Tuesday night was a dour one if you’re a fan of the Boston University men’s hockey team. Fresh off being ranked the nation’s newest No. 1 team, the Terriers traveled to Merrimack College and fell, 3-1. In head coach David Quinn’s four years at the helm, BU is now 0-3-1 at Lawler Rink. There are … Read moreThe Look Back: BU’s winning streak falls to Merrimack

Live Blog: BU at Merrimack

We’re live at Merrimack’s Lawler Rink in North Andover, Massachusetts for a Tuesday night clash between BU and the Warriors. The Terriers are the nation’s newest No. 1 team, while Merrimack’s season can be defined by inconsistency. They’re 8-13-3 on the year; BU, on the other hand, is riding an eight-game winning streak. Trends aside, tonight’s … Read moreLive Blog: BU at Merrimack

From The FreeP: BU, fresh off No. 1 ranking, visits Merrimack

Fresh off its eighth consecutive win, the Boston University men’s hockey team will travel to Merrimack College on Tuesday night for a rare midweek clash. Ahead of the game, however, a larger bit of news surfaced surrounding the program: the Terriers are college hockey’s newest No. 1 team. BU (16-5-2, 9-2-2 Hockey East) last earned … Read moreFrom The FreeP: BU, fresh off No. 1 ranking, visits Merrimack

How are BU hockey’s freshmen for 2017-18 faring?

Boston University commit, Shane Bowers, has aced his midterm. When NHL Central Scouting released its midterm rankings of players eligible for the 2017 NHL Draft, it ranked the Halifax-born center as the 13th-best amongst North American skaters. Bowers has played in all 33 games for the United States Hockey League’s Waterloo Blackhawks. His 10 goals and 24 … Read moreHow are BU hockey’s freshmen for 2017-18 faring?