In its final game of the semester, the Boston University men’s hockey team takes on Dartmouth College. Matt and Liam bring you the game via the infamous live blog, follow along here.
We’re back with our final episode of “Lighting the Lamp” for the semester.
We are recapping the home-and-home against UMass Lowell, catching up with Jesse Compher of the women’s team, breaking down the Dartmouth game and more. Listen here:
Following last night’s 5-3 loss at Agganis Arena, the Boston University men’s hockey team takes of UMass Lowell at the Tsongas Center. Follow along with our Live Blog.
After failing to record a win last week against Boston College, the Boston University men’s hockey team looks to get back on track against UMass Lowell. Follow along with our live blog here.
We’re back with another episode of Lighting the Lamp.
On this weeks episode of Lighting the Lamp we are joined by FreeP’s “Behind the Glass” columnist, Laura Guerriero. Listen as we recap the Boston College series, preview the home-and-home against UMass Lowell, discussed the women’s historic weekend, and more.
With the semester coming to a close some Terriers will be getting a few weeks off from playing. However, others will dawn their countries colors will playing in the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Here are the list of Terriers that have been invited to their countries camps.
Sophomore forward Shane Bowers
The Halifax, Nova Scotia native is currently tied for third on the squad with three goals.
The former first round pick finished his freshman season third on the team with points (32) and goals (17).
Sophomore defenseman Cam Crotty
The Greely Ontario, native currently ranks second on the team and eighth in the conference with 21 blocked shots.
Last season the Arizona Coyotes prospect finished the season with a +10 ranking, however this season his plus/minus sits at -3.
Crotty has yet to record a point this season.
The rest of Team Canada can be found here.
Freshman forward Joel Farabee
The Cicero, New York native currently fourth on the team with nine points and his three goals are tied for third on the squad.
Last season, the Philadelphia Flyers’ draft picked served as captain of the 2017-18 U.S. National Under-18 Team.
Sophomore forward Logan Cockerill
The Brighton, Michigan native eight on the team with five points.
The New York Islanders’ prospect captured a gold medal with Team USA at 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship.
The rest of Team USA can be found here.
You can read a breakdown of each player at Team USA’s camp here.
Following last night’s loss to Boston College, the Boston University men’s hockey will look to split the home-and-home in a rink just outside of Boston. You can follow along with our Live Blog.
The best weekend of the season is here as BU takes on BC. You can follow along with our live blog here.