On this episode of “Terrier Hockey Talk”, The Boston Hockey Blog answered your questions on the impact of Matthew Quercia’s transfer, the greatest BU hockey team of all time, and what it was like covering the team during a pandemic.
Boston University found themselves trailing St. Cloud State 3-2 with 16:31 remaining in the third period. Up to that point in the contest, there had been many memorable plays to report. Dylan Peterson was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct for boarding just over nine minutes into the game. Before the mid-way point of … Read more The sequence that ended BU’s season
After a disappointing showing in their first home game since February 6th, The No. 8 Boston University Men’s hockey team (10-3) looked to get back on track on the road against the Merrimack Warriors (5-11-2). Playing at Lawler Arena in North Andover, the Terriers put together a solid performance from their forwards, defensemen, and their … Read more BU salvages weekend with 4-2 road win over Merrimack
The Saturday night matchup between the Boston University men’s ice hockey team (9-2-0) versus the University of Connecticut Huskies (8-9-2) included everything great about college hockey. Hard hits were constant, fantastic finishes were plentiful, phenomenal saves were abundant, and there was even a sprinkle of controversy for good measure. In the end, the Terriers will … Read more Terriers best the Huskies in a thrilling overtime victory
In a Saturday night battle, the No. 13 Boston University Terriers (8-2-0) were in Gutterson Fieldhouse for the second straight evening to take on the University of Vermont Catamounts (1-7-2). After potting five goals, including a hat trick from transfer forward Jay O’Brien, and getting solid play from freshman goaltender Vinny Duplessis, BU completed the … Read more BU Men’s hockey sweeps UVM in a road and road
After a hard fought overtime loss at Chestnut Hill, the Boston University men’s hockey team (6-2-0) prevailed 3-1 over the Boston College Eagles (11-3-1) at Walter Brown Arena to earn a series split in the weekend’s Battle of Comm. Ave. The Terriers again took the ice against the number one ranked Eagles without senior defenseman, … Read more BU Men’s Hockey Earns Home Victory Over BC to Split Weekend Series
October 9, 2020 by Chad Jones Boston University Terriers are always on the radar of National Hockey League (NHL) organizations. The 2020 rendition of the NHL Draft was no different. Two Boston University freshmen were drafted in the second round, while another was chosen in the third round. The first Terrier off the board was … Read more Three Boston University Freshmen chosen in the 2020 NHL Draft