This Week in Women’s Hockey: November 5-12

Sophomore forward Jesse Compher made her season debut this past weekend as the Boston University women’s hockey team (5-3-1, 2-3-1 Hockey East) won a tight 2-1 game over Providence College (4-4-0, 2-2-0 Hockey East) on Saturday afternoon. Compher had missed the prior nine games due to a lingering lower-body injury, but the absence did not … Read moreThis Week in Women’s Hockey: November 5-12

Three Takeaways from Saturday’s Loss at No. 11 Providence

It was certainly a shootout at Schneider Arena on Saturday night as the rematch between Boston University and No. 11 Providence College proved to be well-worth the price of admission. Make sure to check out Brady Gardner’s full recap here. Although both games had the entertainment factor in full-force, all in all, it was a … Read moreThree Takeaways from Saturday’s Loss at No. 11 Providence

Farrance hat trick not enough to lift BU over No. 11 Providence

  Despite junior defenseman David Farrance’s first collegiate hat trick, the Boston University men’s hockey team (2-3-4, 1-2-3 HE) could not get by No. 11 Providence College (5-3-2, 3-2-1 HE) in a 6-5 thriller at Schneider Arena on Saturday night. “It’s a tough pill to swallow,” said BU head coach Albie O’Connell. “Coming down here … Read moreFarrance hat trick not enough to lift BU over No. 11 Providence

Live Blog: BU @ Providence, 11/9 at 7:00pm

After an action-packed 3-3 draw on Friday night, BU and Providence will settle the series at Schneider Arena on Saturday night. Game one was a true heavyweight bout, with tempers flaring on both sides throughout the contest. The high intensity made for a thrilling 65 minutes, and both teams believe the bad blood will carry … Read moreLive Blog: BU @ Providence, 11/9 at 7:00pm

Three Takeaways from Friday’s Tie with No. 11 Providence

  The Terriers clawed back to earn a 3-3 draw against the No. 11 Providence College Friars at Agganis Arena after finding themselves in a 3-1 deficit in the second period. There were certainly some positives for head coach Albie O’Connell’s group as they secured a point against a tough Hockey East rival, although the … Read moreThree Takeaways from Friday’s Tie with No. 11 Providence

Farrance leads BU charge to force 3-3 tie with Providence

At Agganis Arena on Friday night, the Boston University men’s hockey team came back to tie no. 11 Providence 3-3 behind two third-period goals from junior defenseman David Farrance. “I think it’s hard to play with us for a full 60 minutes,” said Farrance, whose Terriers (2-2-4, 1-1-3 Hockey East) clawed back late to earn … Read moreFarrance leads BU charge to force 3-3 tie with Providence

Live Blog: BU vs. Providence, 11/8 at 7:30pm

Tonight, the Terriers square off against Providence College at Agganis Arena in the opener of a home-and-home doubleheader. Both teams come into this two-game series hungry to get back in the win column after the first weekend of November saw both sides go winless. Now four games into Hockey East play, the Terriers and Friars find … Read moreLive Blog: BU vs. Providence, 11/8 at 7:30pm

Terriers facing early test in weekend series with Providence

This weekend, the Boston University men’s hockey team will take on the No. 11 Providence Friars in a home-and-home set. The first days of November were not kind to either team. Both teams finished last weekend with a tie and a loss, with the Terriers (2-2-3, 1-1-2 Hockey East) taking their lone point from a … Read moreTerriers facing early test in weekend series with Providence

Brady’s View from the Press Box: Oct. 31 – Nov. 7

After a strong start in Hockey East play, the Terriers faltered a bit last weekend, coming away from a series with Maine with a loss and a tie. In anticipation of BU-Providence on Friday and Saturday, I put together my current thoughts. All opinions are my own. 1 Observation Maine seems like the real deal … Read moreBrady’s View from the Press Box: Oct. 31 – Nov. 7