The Terriers dropped the first game at home 4-2 before making a statement on Saturday, defeating the Wildcats 5-3 on the road.
With the help of a Quinn Hutson hat trick, the Terriers notched their first sweep of the season with a 6-1 win against UMass Lowell Saturday night at Agganis Arena.
Ryan Greene and Quinn Hutson stepped up, shook off the snakebite and sealed a 3-2 Terrier win at Tsongas Center on Friday night.
BU put everything on the line — coming back three different times — but fell in heartbreaking fashion, 5-4, to the No. 3/4 University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks in overtime Saturday night at Agganis Arena.
In Saturday afternoon’s 4-3 overtime win against Merrimack College, BU added a fifth game to its unbeaten streak.
Facing a physical Fighting Hawks team with plenty of veteran savvy, the Terriers put their bodies on the line when it mattered most.
The Boston University women’s hockey team took a trip to North Andover on Friday afternoon to face the Merrimack College Warriors where it clawed its way to a 2-1 overtime victory.
In a league with as much parity as Hockey East, you’ve got to find ways to win on the road, and that’s exactly what the Terriers did.
Building off the momentum of its first regulation win last weekend at Notre Dame, Boston University put in an all-around solid performance against a Hockey East opponent.
Freshman forwards Macklin Celebrini and Shane Lachance both scored two goals apiece en route to the team’s first regulation win of the season.