After a disappointing shootout finish in the first half of the home-and-home matchup on Friday, the Terriers skated to a 5-2 victory over Providence in Saturday’s rematch at Agganis Arena.
Author: Gracie Davenport
The Terriers will have the chance to right the ship on their quest for a 32nd Beanpot title as they take on the Northeastern University Huskies in the Beanpot Championship at TD Garden.
The Boston University men’s hockey team delivered, defeating the No.1 Boston College Eagles, 4-3, in the Dunkin’ Beanpot semifinal and proving it can hang with the big dogs.
Boston University’s Willander will have another chance to best his rival birth-years. This time around, it will be on the largest stage of his collegiate career thus far at Monday’s 71st Dunkin’ Beanpot semifinal.
Freshman forward Jack Harvey — who has not been given a legitimate role yet this season — was elevated to first-line right wing with junior Jack Hughes and former Chicago Steel teammate Macklin Celebrini in the Terriers’ 6-3 win.
Although the Terriers narrowly lost to Northeastern in the women’s Beanpot Championship game, there is still a lot of hockey left to be played this season.
The Terriers journeyed north for the weekend and left with a full six points against the University of Vermont Catamounts, winning 5-2 on Saturday night.
The No. 1 Terriers are headed north for a pair of road games against the University of Vermont Catamounts this weekend.
The Terriers beat the University of New Hampshire 3-0 at Agganis Arena Saturday night, backed by a 36-save shutout from Mathieu Caron.
After a four-week break, BU is kicking off its second half for a matchup originally scheduled for Oct. 27 against the University of Maine.