Within ten minutes of the first period, the Terriers hung five goals on their opponents and showed glimpses of what this roster is capable of.
Author: Belle Fraser
The Boston University women’s hockey team is back in action this weekend as it welcomes Syracuse University for two games at Walter Brown Arena.
It’s three games in, one of which was exhibition, so the Terriers have the luxury of time on their side. But the product put on the ice against the Wildcats and U18 wasn’t a call for small fixes.
The Boston University men’s hockey team came into the Whittemore Center on Friday night and got owned by a University of New Hampshire squad that simply wanted it more.
The program is officially entering its next era, spearheaded by the leadership group of co-captains Nadia Mattivi and Madison Cardaci as well as assistant captains Lacey Martin and Catherine Foulem.
The freshman forward, and grandson of legendary former Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker, will hit Agganis ice this season carrying a legacy that the program has been built upon.
After a month of team practice, the No. 1 ranked Boston University men’s hockey team will officially start their 2023-24 season on Saturday when it takes on the Bentley University Falcons in Waltham, Mass.
The Terriers will host the No. 5 Northeastern University Huskies (3-1-0, 0-0-0 Hockey East) at Walter Brown Arena on Friday night to kick off their 2023-24 campaign.
Season preview with Jay Pandolfo: Terriers are after the national title with young talent and veteran experience
Led by head coach Jay Pandolfo, the Terriers are looking to turn their 2023 Frozen Four fallout into motivation for a deeper run in the 2023-24 season.
The Boston Hockey Blog got to catch up with both Jay Pandolfo and Tara Watchorn about outlooks and updates on their respective groups.