The Terriers play at breakneck speed, zipping past defenders in transition to create the odd-man rushes they feast on. Webber, BU’s bruising 6-foot-7 defenseman, would rather throw himself in front of a slapshot on the penalty kill than spring a 2-on-1 the other way.
Author: Daily Free Press Admin
The Terriers made their return to the TD Garden after having seemingly recovered from the malaise that was onset by the Beanpot. After a sketchy 60 minutes, BU found its game in overtime to beat the Providence College Friars 2-1.
With Bostonians celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Friday, The No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team hopes that their third trip to TD Garden will be the lucky charm. At 4p.m., the Terriers will face the Providence College Friars in the Hockey East tournament semifinals.
Zabaneh’s three-goal eruption against the Catamounts came as no surprise to Jay Pandolfo or his teammates. Instead, the offensive breakthrough was a quantifiable representation of the way Zabaneh has been playing for weeks now.
Boston University men’s hockey head coach Jay Pandolfo drew back to a fourth line combination — Jamie Armstrong, Sam Stevens and Devin Kaplan — he hadn’t dialed up since early January on Saturday night.
Fresh off a rejuvenating sweep over the University of Vermont, the No. 7 Boston University men’s hockey team will wrap up the regular season with a home-and-home series against Providence College this weekend.
That elation, which took place as the BU men’s hockey team walked back to the locker room after completing a sweep of the University of Vermont, captured why this weekend was so important. BU’s two wins over UVM injected life into a locker room that was beginning to reel.
Currently on a four-game losing streak, the Boston University men’s hockey team (20-10-0, 14-6-0 Hockey East) will seek to correct course in the penultimate series of the regular season against the University of Vermont Catamounts (9-16-5, 4-13-3 HE).
The Boston University women’s hockey team (11-19-3, 9-15-3 Hockey East) lost 5-4 in a hard-fought battle to Merrimack College (8-24-2, 5-20-2 HE) in the first round of the Hockey East tournament.
Friday night’s home game for the Boston University women’s hockey team not only celebrated the accomplishments of this year’s senior class prior to the final regular season game of their collegiate careers, but also the accomplishments of Coach Brian Durocher.