Zabaneh’s three-goal eruption against the Catamounts came as no surprise to Jay Pandolfo or his teammates. Instead, the offensive breakthrough was a quantifiable representation of the way Zabaneh has been playing for weeks now.
That elation, which took place as the BU men’s hockey team walked back to the locker room after completing a sweep of the University of Vermont, captured why this weekend was so important. BU’s two wins over UVM injected life into a locker room that was beginning to reel.
Last night just wasn’t good. The Terriers looked like a shell of themselves against a desperate Boston College team who was able to find the emotion to make a consolation game mean something.
The worst thing the Terriers did on Monday was score. Injecting a comatose Dog Pound with all that false hope so late in the game.
The Boston University men’s hockey team has fileted opposing defenses with speed and shiftiness all season long. On Monday night, Northeastern unearthed an antidote: unrelenting physicality.
With the National Hockey League currently at the All-Star break, here’s a look at some Terrier storylines from the first half of the NHL season.
Records and polls be damned, the University of Maine is a good hockey team. And for the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team, Friday’s 5-3 victory was a great win.
The countdown has officially begun. There are five days until the Boston University Terriers take the ice at TD Garden for the start of the 70th Men’s Beanpot Tournament.
In a scene not unlike a midnight opening of Best Buy on Black Friday, streams of Terrier faithful sprinted up the stairs towards their seats when Agganis Arena opened Friday night.
It’s time to give Drew Commesso his flowers. The Boston University men’s hockey goaltender was tested this weekend against Boston College. Glove side. Blocker side. Down low. Up high. BC threw everything and the kitchen sink at Commesso.