After a two-week-long break in action following their 5-1 victory over Université de Moncton in the Sept. 23 exhibition matchup, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team will officially open their season.
Saturday night marks the return of Boston University men’s hockey for the 2022-2023 season. The Terrier team will make their season debut versus the Bentley University Falcons of the Atlantic Hockey Association with a 7:00pm puck drop at Agganis Arena.
The 101st Boston University men’s hockey season opens up on Oct. 1 at Agganis Arena when the Terriers face Bentley University. Following this matchup, the schedule features some high-quality and non-traditional games in Coach Pandolfo’s first year at the helm.
After splitting series with Boston College and bottom of the league University of Maine, the Boston University men’s hockey team (19-12-3, 13-8-3 Hockey East) is set to travel to Hartford, Connecticut on Saturday to face the University of Connecticut Huskies (18-15-0, 14-10-0 HE).
The Boston University men’s hockey team (18-11-3, 12-7-3 Hockey East) will close out the regular season in Orono this weekend against the University of Maine Black Bears (6-20-4, 4-16-2 HE).
The No. 13 Boston University men’s hockey team (17-10-3, 11-6-3 Hockey East) is set to take on their cross-town rivals the Boston College Eagles (11-16-5, 6-11-3 HE) in the battle of Comm. Ave with games set for Friday and Saturday night.
After a challenging second half of the season, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team (12-14-6, 11-9-5 Hockey East) is set to travel to Storrs, Connecticut on Saturday to face the University of Connecticut Huskies (22-8-4, 16-7-4 HE) in the first round of the Hockey East playoffs.
After sophomore forward Lacey Martin lit the lamp to give the Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-5, 11-8-4 Hockey East) the overtime win over the University of Maine, BU is set to play the Providence College Friars (14-13-5, 11-12-2 HE) in a home and home series.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (16-10-3, 11-6-3 Hockey East) will compete in their biggest game of the season thus far, fighting for the Beanpot title on Monday night at TD Garden. Facing the Northeastern University Huskies (19-8-1, 10-6-1 HE), the Terriers have an opportunity to collect their first trophy since 2018.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-12-5, 9-7-4 Hockey East) is headed to Burlington this weekend for a series against the University of Vermont Catamounts (19-9-2, 16-6-1 HE). BU will look to get things going again after having only one regulation win in the last 10 games.