In the long and storied history of Boston University hockey, only one class has managed the incredibly unique accomplishment of maintaining Beanpot supremacy throughout their Terrier careers.
Author: Daily Free Press Admin
With the National Hockey League currently at the All-Star break, here’s a look at some Terrier storylines from the first half of the NHL season.
It’s finally time. 358 days separate Dylan Peterson’s late-game heroics and the third meeting of the 2022-23 season between the Boston University Terriers (20-6-0, 14-4-0 HE) and the Northeastern Huskies (13-10-3, 11-5-2 HE).
Records and polls be damned, the University of Maine is a good hockey team. And for the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team, Friday’s 5-3 victory was a great win.
In a string of improbable upset wins, the celebration after junior forward Catherine Foulem’s shootout winner seemed just a little bigger than the rest.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-15-2, 9-12-2, Hockey East) is looking to build on a late-season turnaround with Friday’s matchup against No. 15 University of Connecticut (16-10-3, 10-9-3 HE).
But before the Terriers can shift focus to Northeastern and the Beanpot semifinals at TD Garden next Monday, BU (19-6-0, 13-4-0 Hockey East) needs to take care of business on the road Friday night against the University of Maine (11-12-2, 5-8-1 HE).
In a scene not unlike a midnight opening of Best Buy on Black Friday, streams of Terrier faithful sprinted up the stairs towards their seats when Agganis Arena opened Friday night.
As the calendar turns to February, here are the major storylines from around the league.
It’s time to give Drew Commesso his flowers. The Boston University men’s hockey goaltender was tested this weekend against Boston College. Glove side. Blocker side. Down low. Up high. BC threw everything and the kitchen sink at Commesso.