The Boston University women’s hockey team (3-0-2) will spend the weekend in upstate New York where they’ll face two different opponents: The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers (2-4) on Friday and the Union College Dutchmen (2-4-1) on Saturday.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (3-0-1) will face off against the Merrimack College Warriors (0-5) on Friday for a 7:00p.m. matchup at Walter Brown Arena. This is the women’s team’s only game of the weekend, so they’ll be able to put their full focus and effort towards the home ice competition.
After an underwhelming performance on October 9, the Boston University Men’s Hockey Team (1-1) will drop the puck for a back-to-back home series with the Sacred Heart Pioneers (0-2) of the Atlantic hockey Association at Agganis Arena in Boston this Friday night. During the Covid season, the Pioneers got to […]
Written by James Garrison Boston College Eagles The No. 6 Boston College Eagles (17–6–1) will kick off their season against Quinnipiac University in Worcester, Massachusetts as a part of the annual Ice Breaker Tournament on Friday, October 8 after an exhibition game on Saturday, October 2 against American International College […]
Taking the ice for the 100th season, the Boston University men’s hockey team will start the year with a match up against the Holy Cross Crusaders. The non-conference exhibition game will take place at Walter Brown Arena on October 2 and should leave the Terriers with some offensive experience heading […]
The Boston University women’s hockey team will break into the regular season this weekend with a home-and-home series against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. Heading to Durham for Friday’s 6 p.m. match, the Terriers will then make it back to Boston for a 2 p.m. matinee at Walter Brown Arena on Saturday.
For the first time since March 2020, the Boston University Women’s Hockey Team will take the ice in front of a crowd. This school year, university protocols allow for the return of fans to the Terrier Hockey stands starting with the inaugural home game of the season against the Holy […]
After losing to UMass Lowell in the Hockey East quarterfinals, marking just their 15th game of the season, the No. 10 Boston University men’s ice hockey team (10-4-1) was left to wait over a week before finding out whether or not their season would continue in the NCAA Tournament. Despite […]
In a bout of déjà vu, the No. 9 Boston University Men’s Hockey Team (10-3-1) will complete what feels like a home-and-home series with the UMass Lowell River Hawks (8-8-1) this weekend in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East Tournament. The teams faced off last Saturday in a hard-fought tie […]
The Boston University men’s hockey team (10-3-0) will play only once this weekend in a matchup against the UMass Lowell River Hawks (7-8-0) after the Terriers’ Thursday afternoon game against the University of New Hampshire got canceled earlier today. The cancelation was due to problems on the Wildcats’ end, and their administration saw it best not to move forward with the competition.