Following an overtime loss on Friday night, the Boston University men’s hockey team (3-2-0, 1-1-0 Hockey East) defeated the University of Connecticut Huskies (6-1-1, 3-1-0 HE) in a game carried by goal-scorers on the second line.
Author: Caroline Fernandez
For the first time since 2016, the No. 9 Boston University men’s hockey team will ship up to Ann Arbor, Michigan to take on the No. 6 University of Michigan Wolverines at home. The Terriers came out on top the last time they played at Yost Ice Arena, but fell […]
Following a split to start the season, the Boston University women’s hockey team (1-1-0, 0-0-0 HE) will head up to Durham for a home and home with the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (1-4-0, 0-2-0 HE). The Wildcats are coming into the series with more games under their belt, but […]
The Boston University men’s hockey team (1-0-0) is set to take on the University of Waterloo Warriors (0-0-0) in an exhibition match up at Agganis Arena on Saturday night.
By Caroline Fernandez Following a dominating 8-2 victory over the Bentley University Falcons last weekend, it’s clear that BU Hockey is back and in a big way. Here are some takeaways from the Terriers home opener on Saturday. 1. The freshmen are here to play One of the central storylines […]
The 2022-23 Hockey Issue has arrived! The Boston Hockey Blog couldn’t be more excited and proud to bring back this tradition as a preview of the Terrier hockey season. https://issuu.com/dailyfreepress/docs/final_print_hockey_edition
The Boston University Men’s Ice Hockey team will turn over a new leaf as they enter into the 101st season with a new head coach. The 13th person to hold that title in over 100 years, the Terrier alum will bring valuable perspective and experience to a program that is looking to restore itself to what it once was.
As the clock ticked down in the championship game, the numbers 23, 12 and 13 were all the Terriers needed to bring the Beanpot back to the BU campus. The 69th annual men’s Beanpot Tournament took place in TD Garden in front of fans, bands, and media members on Feb. 14, 2022.
Whether he’s recording stats, picking up pizza at T Anthony’s, perfecting the warm-up mix, or suiting up and stepping in, graduate goaltender Patrick Schena has done it all. And while most Terriers have followed a pretty traditional path to the locker room at Agganis Arena, Schena’s was anything but ordinary.
The Boston University Men’s and Women’s Hockey teams announced their schedules for the 2022-23 season this afternoon, and Terrier fans have a lot to be excited about. Between exhibition games, non-conference rivals, and holiday tournaments, the upcoming Terrier Hockey seasons are ones to look forward to.