Four former Boston University women’s hockey players were selected in the Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) draft Monday.
The Boston Hockey Blog got to catch up with both Jay Pandolfo and Tara Watchorn about outlooks and updates on their respective groups.
Boston University men’s hockey was well represented at the 2023 NHL Entry Draft in Nashville Tenn.
Jack Eichel is a Stanley Cup champion, and boy was it a winding road for the former-Terrier to finally reach the top of the heap.
It’s 4:30 a.m., and Brian Durocher snaps open a red flair pen, reaches for a blank notecard and begins to write. Sitting on the couch in his Brookline condo, Durocher jots a note of gratitude to a donor of the Boston University women’s hockey program.
To start off, I would like to say that having the opportunity to be a Terrier the last four seasons has been such an honor and a dream for me. Growing up going to BU games, I always wanted to throw on the scarlet and white jersey and be a part of the great tradition here.
Near the end of the regular season for Boston University’s men’s hockey team I had a conversation with one of the most elusive figures in Terrier fandom. His name is Brian Zive, he’s likely one of the most famous people in the world of BU Hockey –– and, probably, college hockey as a whole.
Tara Watchorn is not a new face to Walter Brown Arena, but today she made her first public appearance in the legendary rink under a new title.
After two impressive seasons at Brown University, goaltender Mathieu Caron is headed to Boston University. Caron’s arrival will fill the void left by star netminder Drew Commesso, who signed an entry-level contract with the Chicago Blackhawks on April 11.
A flurry of activity on Monday kept the college hockey conversation alive just a little bit longer before the long summer ahead. Much of the news concerned Boston University, so let’s dive into it.