Hockey East Scouting Report: BC v. UMass (11/27/2020)

By: Caroline Fernandez and Joe Pohoryles Want more hockey? We’ve got more hockey! The Boston College Eagles (1-0-0) began their season with a 4-3 win against the University of Massachusetts Minutemen (1-1-1). Here are some of the takeaways from the game: Worth noting is that Boston College sophomore forward and team leader Alex Newhook won’t … Read more Hockey East Scouting Report: BC v. UMass (11/27/2020)

Women’s Hockey Preview

Boston University Women’s Hockey (2019-20: 24-8-4, 18-6-3 HE), who finished second in conference play and eighth nationally last year, will be hitting the ice in just over 10 days for their season debut. Here’s a closer look at how the Terriers will fare this year: The Terriers ranked second offensively in Hockey East with three … Read more Women’s Hockey Preview

Hockey East announces 24 game schedule

By: Caroline Fernandez and Joe Pohoryles With the release of the Hockey East schedule this afternoon, the Boston University Men’s Hockey team will play a total of 24 games this season, all in-conference. Here’s a closer look at each team in the league: University of Vermont The Terriers will kick off their season against the … Read more Hockey East announces 24 game schedule

Five Takeaways from the BU Hockey Summer Roundtable

In the 16th meeting of the Boston University Men’s Hockey summer Roundtable, Coach Albie O’Connell answered questions and led a discussion about the 2020-21 season. Here are the five most important points mentioned. All opinions are my own Rising sophomores will be relied on to elevate team Last year’s freshman class was one of the … Read more Five Takeaways from the BU Hockey Summer Roundtable

Terriers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Western Conference

With the Stanley Cup playoffs in motion, Terrier fans can watch these 11 Boston University Men’s Hockey alumni hit the ice at Rogers Place in Edmonton: Arizona Coyotes Clayton Keller: Clayton Keller spent only one year on the ice with the Terriers, but in his single year he dominated the front line. In 31 games, … Read more Terriers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Western Conference

Terriers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Eastern Conference

As playoff hockey begins, 18 Terriers will hit the ice for a chance at the Stanley Cup. From the Eastern Conference, Boston University Men’s Hockey fans can watch eight players and two head coaches compete for the title: Boston Bruins Charlie Coyle: Charlie Coyle of Weymouth, Massachusetts spent only two years with the Terriers. In … Read more Terriers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Eastern Conference

The good, the bad, and the ugly: 2020-21 season (2/2)

In part one of this feature, I covered the ups and downs of the Boston University Men’s Hockey team focusing mainly on last season. Now I’ll be looking into the future to discuss the same details but with our new recruits in mind. All opinions are my own. The Good: The 2019-20 Terriers had a … Read more The good, the bad, and the ugly: 2020-21 season (2/2)

The good, the bad, and the ugly: 2020-21 season (1/2)

With little news coming from the NHL or the college hockey world, I’ve been trying to stay positive and optimistic about the 2020-21 Boston University men’s hockey team. Here are my thoughts on the good, the bad, and the ugly in terms of next year’s season. All opinions are my own. The Good: Logan Cockerill … Read more The good, the bad, and the ugly: 2020-21 season (1/2)

Patrick Curry: A letter to Terrier Nation

Senior and captain Patrick Curry submitted the following letter to BU Athletics. Curry led the team with 19 goals this season and has inked a two-year deal with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the AHL. Dear Boston University, I want to start by saying the past four years on Comm Ave. have undoubtedly been the … Read more Patrick Curry: A letter to Terrier Nation

An interview with Luke Tuch: family rivalry, the draft and his future with the Terriers

While the Boston University-Boston College rivalry runs deep, the bond between brothers Alex and Luke Tuch runs deeper.  An alumnus of the United States National Team Development Program (NTDP), Luke Tuch will follow in his brother’s footsteps by beginning his NCAA journey in Boston. Unlike his brother however, Luke will spend his college hockey career … Read more An interview with Luke Tuch: family rivalry, the draft and his future with the Terriers