Logan Cockerill named captain for 2020-21 season

Rising senior forward Logan Cockerill has been named captain of the Boston University men’s ice hockey team for the 2020-21 season, per an announcement from head coach Albie O’Connell on Monday morning. Cockerill will succeed Patrick Curry as captain of the Terriers. “We were very excited that Logan was voted by his teammates to be the … Read more Logan Cockerill named captain for 2020-21 season

Curry, Harper ink pro deals

Boston University senior captain Patrick Curry has signed his professional contract – a two-year American Hockey League deal with the Grand Rapids Griffins, AHL affiliate of the Detroit Red Wings – per a team announcement. Freshmen forwards Ethan Phillips and Robert Mastrosimone as well as junior defenseman Kasper Kotkansalo are prospects within the Red Wings … Read more Curry, Harper ink pro deals

Hockey East cancels tournament due to COVID-19 concerns

Per an official league announcement, Hockey East has cancelled its Men’s tournament, which was set to begin quarterfinal play this weekend, due to concerns of the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Multiple reports about the decision began circling earlier this afternoon. Boston University was slated to travel to the University of Massachusetts Lowell for its … Read more Hockey East cancels tournament due to COVID-19 concerns

BU drops regular season finale as Northeastern spoils Senior Day

BOSTON, MA – The Boston University men’s hockey team fell to the Northeastern University Huskies by a final score of 2-1 at Agganis Arena on Saturday afternoon. “It was a pretty tight game, start to finish,” BU head coach Albie O’Connell said following the loss. “I like the way we played all weekend.” The Terriers … Read more BU drops regular season finale as Northeastern spoils Senior Day

Top five moments from Saturday’s loss to Northeastern

Farrance’s stick takes flight Junior defenseman David Farrance unleashed a couple of one-timers during one of BU’s power play chances in the second period, with the second causing his stick to snap in two. The bottom half of the twig soared into the air before fortunately catching the glass to stay on the ice, rather … Read more Top five moments from Saturday’s loss to Northeastern

Three Takeaways from BU’s Friday win at Northeastern

The Boston University men’s hockey team shut out the No. 16 Northeastern University Huskies at Matthews Arena by a final score of 3-0. Brady Gardner has the full recap of the game, but in the meantime, here are my three takeaways from the win. This goes without saying, but, all opinions are my own, always … Read more Three Takeaways from BU’s Friday win at Northeastern

Youth clashes with experience in 68th Beanpot final

Last year, youth paid off for Northeastern during the Beanpot semifinals against BU with then-freshman forward Tyler Madden scoring the overtime-winner and sophomore goaltender Cayden Primeau stopping 33 of 34 shots to defeat the Terriers. This year, BU freshman netminder Ashton Abel stopped 37 shots (unofficially), freshman forward Robert Mastrosimone scored a goal late in … Read more Youth clashes with experience in 68th Beanpot final

It’s time for Hockey East to reconsider its overtime format

No team in Division I college hockey has more ties this season than the Boston University Terriers, and after a sixth decision-less finish on Saturday Jan. 25, it has become clear that the team and its fans are getting tired of Hockey East’s current five-minute, five-on-five overtime format. The Terriers have had seven competitive games … Read more It’s time for Hockey East to reconsider its overtime format

Three Takeaways from BU’s Saturday tie with UMass Lowell

The Boston University men’s hockey tied the No. 12 UMass Lowell River Hawks by a final score of 2-2 on Saturday night. Brady Gardner has the full recap of the contest here. Below are my three takeaways from the game – opinions are my own, always and forever. The Terriers showed resiliency once again The … Read more Three Takeaways from BU’s Saturday tie with UMass Lowell