The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-9-4, 9-6-3 Hockey East) was in Worcester last night to face off against the Holy Cross Crusaders (3-21, 1-18 HE) for the third time this season. The Terriers earned their first regulation win of 2022 with a 4-3 feat.
Author: Belle Fraser
The Boston University men’s hockey team (11-10-3, 7-6-3 HE) has a quick turnaround this week. Heading to Amherst to play the UMass Minutemen (12-6-2, 9-2-2) tomorrow night at the Mullins Center, the Terriers will face the reigning National Champions for the third time this season.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (11-10-3, 7-6-3 HE) was back at Agganis Arena this afternoon for the second game of their series against the University of Vermont Catamounts (4-15-2, 3-8-2 HE). The matinee matchup resulted in a shutout 4-0 win, a collegiate first for sophomore netminder Drew Commesso.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (10-9-3, 6-5-3 Hockey East) came out victorious tonight with a 2-1 overtime win against the University of Connecticut Huskies (9-9-0, 6-5-0 HE). In their first league game of 2022, BU extended their win streak to four games and continued the turnaround narrative they’ve begun to write in the second half of the season.
After ending the year on a high note in Providence last week, the Boston University men’s hockey team (8-9-3, 5-5-3 Hockey East) was back on home ice for the first of two matchups against the Arizona State University Sun Devils (12-11). In their first appearance at Agganis Arena of 2022, the Terriers put together a dominant 7-1 victory, picking up right where they left off for one of their highest scoring games of the season.
Following the sharp sting of last night’s shootout loss to Boston College, the Boston University men’s hockey team (6-9-3, 5-5-3 Hockey East) had a quick turnaround with a matinee matchup against the U.S. under-18 National Team. BU fell 4-3, now heading into winter break for some much-needed rest.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (9-5-3, 8-4-3 Hockey East) hosted the Merrimack College Warriors (5-14-1, 4-10-1 HE) at Walter Brown Arena this afternoon where they completed the weekend sweep with a 4-1 victory. Coming off an overtime win on Friday, the Terriers raised their level of play and put together a shutdown game.
After a week off, the Boston University women’s hockey team (7-5-3, 6-4-3 Hockey East) will get back to work in their series against the Merrimack University Warriors (5-12-1, 4-8-1 HE) this weekend. Coming off an electric 5-4 win over Boston College on Nov. 21, the Terriers will look to maintain a high compete level against Merrimack.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (4-9-2, 3-5-2 Hockey East) lost 6-4 after taking the stage at Madison Square Garden to face off against Cornell University (8-1) for the eighth edition of Red Hot Hockey. Under the brightest lights, the Terriers and the Big Red put on a high-scoring performance where the scarlet and white ultimately could not keep up.
The Battle of Comm Ave was reignited for the first time this season at Walter Brown Arena with a matinee matchup against the Boston College Eagles (8-5, 6-4 Hockey East). The Boston University women’s hockey team (7-5-3, 6-4-3 HE) came out on top with a 5-4 victory, and defended home ice with pride.