Farrance leads BU charge to force 3-3 tie with Providence

At Agganis Arena on Friday night, the Boston University men’s hockey team came back to tie no. 11 Providence 3-3 behind two third-period goals from junior defenseman David Farrance. “I think it’s hard to play with us for a full 60 minutes,” said Farrance, whose Terriers (2-2-4, 1-1-3 Hockey East) clawed back late to earn … Read more Farrance leads BU charge to force 3-3 tie with Providence

Terriers facing early test in weekend series with Providence

This weekend, the Boston University men’s hockey team will take on the No. 11 Providence Friars in a home-and-home set. The first days of November were not kind to either team. Both teams finished last weekend with a tie and a loss, with the Terriers (2-2-3, 1-1-2 Hockey East) taking their lone point from a … Read more Terriers facing early test in weekend series with Providence

Terrier Hockey Talk, Episode 7 – 11/6/19

In this week’s episode of Terrier Hockey Talk, Brady Gardner, Paige Mautner, and Patrick Donnelly analyze a one-point weekend for the men’s team and a winless series for the women’s team. After, they preview games vs. Providence for both teams. Get your weekly BU Hockey fix by listening to Terrier Hockey Talk!

Quercia’s late tally earns BU a point at Maine

Looking to avoid the weekend sweep at Maine’s Alfond Arena, the Boston University men’s hockey team salvaged a point against the Black Bears thanks to sophomore forward Matt Quercia’s late goal to force a 2-2 tie on Saturday night. “We just stuck with it,” said BU head coach Albie O’Connell after the game. The series … Read more Quercia’s late tally earns BU a point at Maine

41 shots on goal not enough as BU falls to Maine

In Friday night’s series opener at Maine’s Alfond Arena, the Boston University men’s hockey team managed 41 shots on goal but could not overcome the Black Bears in a 4-2 defeat. “We didn’t shoot the puck very well tonight,” said BU head coach Albie O’Connell, suggesting that the quality of BU’s shots was not good … Read more 41 shots on goal not enough as BU falls to Maine