The Boston University men’s hockey team is coming into the 2022-2023 season with a veteran squad hungry for trophies. This year’s roster boasts ten seniors, all of whom have become an integral part of the Terrier identity as they head into their fourth year of collegiate hockey. In their final run in scarlet and white, these senior players have the opportunity to make it count.
Author: Belle Fraser
The Boston University women’s hockey team was victorious in the 5-1 feat against the Université de Moncton Super Blue in their exhibition game last night at Walter Brown Arena. While the game doesn’t officially count on record, the Terriers were able to work on some systems and show improvement from last year –– especially offensively.
This week we got to talk with Domenick Fensore, BU men’s hockey captain, on all things leadership style, Beanpot memories, season goals and more! Click below to listen.
With the 2022-2023 campaign almost underway, tune in as the BHB squad discusses this season’s big games, main goals and players to watch for both the men’s and women’s teams. Listen below!
Welcome to season 3 of Terrier Hockey Talk! We had the privilege to sit down with women’s hockey captain Nadia Mattivi this week for our first episode back. Click below to listen and learn about her journey from Italy to Comm Ave and her outlooks for the Terriers this season!
Jay Pandolfo came into the May 9 introductory press conference and said all the right things as the next head coach of Boston University hockey.
The University of Michigan Wolverines (31-10-1) and University of Denver Pioneers (30-9-1) opened the Frozen Four at TD Garden Thursday evening as they fought for a spot in Saturday’s championship game. Denver came away with a nail-biting 3-2 OT victory to secure their spot in the title matchup.
Hockey East is officially moving to ESPN, one of the biggest stages in the sports broadcasting world. Starting next season, both the men’s and women’s league will join the NHL on the branded “Home of Hockey,” heightening exposure for both the college sport and its players.
On the heels of a rocky season on Comm. Ave, the Boston University athletics department showed it’s committed to raising the expectations and performance of Terrier hockey by setting out to replace former head coach Albie O’Connell.
The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers (26-12-0) and the Western Michigan University Broncos (26-12-1) met today in the Worcester regional finals to battle for a spot in the Frozen Four. With a 3-0 showing, the Gophers are now headed to TD Garden.