The Boston University women’s ice hockey team got back into the win column with a pair of away victories this weekend.
The Terriers have the opportunity to right the ship with another game against the Catamounts on Friday afternoon. BU follows it up with a Saturday matinee against the Merrimack Warriors.
The Boston University women’s ice hockey team fell to the Maine Black Bears 3-1 on Friday night after a slow start.
The Boston University women’s hockey team is set to face off against the University of Maine Black Bears in a Friday night Hockey East matchup at Walter Brown Arena.
Behind Shanahan’s 19-save shutout, the Terriers snapped their four-game losing streak with a win over No. 15 Boston College in convincing 3-0 fashion.
Boston University’s offensive struggles continued in Friday’s 3-0 loss against a familiar foe — Boston College. The shutout marks the first scoreless game for the Terriers since their 2-0 loss to Northeastern University on Oct. 7.
The Terriers seems to be at a crossroad once again and have the opportunity to find some consistency in this weekend’s series against No. 15 Boston College.
The Terriers ultimately fell 2-1 in a tightly contested matchup, giving the Crusaders their first win since Nov. 28 and their first regulation Hockey East win of the season.
Although the Terriers narrowly lost to Northeastern in the women’s Beanpot Championship game, there is still a lot of hockey left to be played this season.
Catherine Foulem stepped onto the ice of TD Garden just before 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening. In that moment, she was a part of history.