From the FreeP: Hockey East Power Rankings

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff 1) No. 7 Boston College (18-10-2, 13-8-2)The Eagles might be four points out of first, but they’re clearly the best team in Hockey East. They’re second in offense (3.70 goals per game), tied for first in defense (2.53 goals-against average) and second in special teams (+12 net). BC is 6-2-0 in … Read more From the FreeP: Hockey East Power Rankings

From the FreeP: Zach Cohen nets game-winner as Terriers earn weekend split

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff The No. 19 Boston University men’s hockey team knew that Providence College liked to pack its defenders below the faceoff dots in its own end. And the Terriers knew the play that would crack that shell –– a pass from the goal line back to the point for a quick one-timer … Read more From the FreeP: Zach Cohen nets game-winner as Terriers earn weekend split

From the FreeP: Glass makes the most of his return to the lineup

By Cary Betagole/DFP Staff Ten games spent watching from the sidelines in street-clothes can wear on a hockey player, and for a highly touted recruit like sophomore forward Andrew Glass, it can be downright unbearable. “It was frustrating for a while, but you just have to keep working hard and hope that eventually it’ll pay … Read more From the FreeP: Glass makes the most of his return to the lineup

Parker: “The story of that game was 12-6”

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff “The story of that game was 12-6. That’s all I gotta say, boys.” That’s the full transcript of Boston University coach Jack Parker’s four-second postgame press conference. The 12-6 he refers to are the penalty totals in BU’s 5-4 loss at Providence College on Friday night –– 12 penalties called on … Read more Parker: “The story of that game was 12-6”