Three Takeaways from Saturday’s Loss to No. 5 Massachusetts

On Saturday night, the BU men’s hockey team fell to No. 5 Massachusetts 4-1 at Amherst’s Mullins Center, concluding the weekend with two points in the series split with the Minutemen. Here are my main takeaways from that game, and of course, all opinions are my own. Penalties cost BU beyond shorthanded time The Terriers … Read moreThree Takeaways from Saturday’s Loss to No. 5 Massachusetts

BU unable to find an answer late in defeat at No. 5 Massachusetts

Three third-period goals downed the Boston University men’s hockey team in a 4-1 defeat at No. 5 Massachusetts on Saturday night. We kind of ran out of gas,” said BU head coach Albie O’Connell. Mitchell Chaffee opened the scoring for UMass (7-3, 3-3 Hockey East) in the first period, cashing in at the right post … Read moreBU unable to find an answer late in defeat at No. 5 Massachusetts

Three Takeaways from Friday’s win over No. 5 Massachusetts

The Terriers earned their first win in three weeks on Friday night, leaving Agganis Arena victorious over N0. 5 UMass 4-3. There’s a lot to take away from this victory for BU, so here are my top three takeaways from their third win of the season. All opinions are my own. Getting it done Outshot … Read moreThree Takeaways from Friday’s win over No. 5 Massachusetts

Tucker, Terriers hang on to defeat No. 5 Massachusetts

Backed by a career-high 49 saves by graduate goaltender Sam Tucker, the Boston University men’s hockey team survived a late comeback bid by No. 5 Massachusetts to prevail 4-3 on Friday night at Agganis Arena. “Tucker was the difference,” said BU head coach Albie O’Connell. “Sometimes a goalie needs to be the best player for … Read moreTucker, Terriers hang on to defeat No. 5 Massachusetts

Hungry for a win, Terriers look ahead to series with No. 5 UMass

After earning two points in four games over the last two weekends, the BU men’s hockey team will look to right the ship against the no. 5 University of Massachusetts this Friday and Saturday. Before setting their sights on UMass (6-2, 2-2 Hockey East), the Terriers (2-3-4, 1-2-3 Hockey East) took No. 10 Providence College … Read moreHungry for a win, Terriers look ahead to series with No. 5 UMass

Terrier Hockey Talk, Episode 8 – 11/13/19

In this week’s episode of Terrier Hockey Talk, Brady Gardner and Patrick Donnelly react to a thrilling weekend series against Providence for the men’s team, and discuss how the Terriers can get back in the win column this weekend against UMass. Later, they cover a hard-fought victory for the women’s team over the Friars, and … Read moreTerrier Hockey Talk, Episode 8 – 11/13/19

Farrance hat trick not enough to lift BU over No. 11 Providence

  Despite junior defenseman David Farrance’s first collegiate hat trick, the Boston University men’s hockey team (2-3-4, 1-2-3 HE) could not get by No. 11 Providence College (5-3-2, 3-2-1 HE) in a 6-5 thriller at Schneider Arena on Saturday night. “It’s a tough pill to swallow,” said BU head coach Albie O’Connell. “Coming down here … Read moreFarrance hat trick not enough to lift BU over No. 11 Providence