Beanpot Live Blog – Consolation and Championship

Final: BC 4, BU 3 Beanpot Live Blog – Consolation and Championship Line chart for BU: Zach Cohen – Corey Trivino – Alex Chiasson Ross Gaudet – Nick Bonino – Joe Pereira Chris Connolly – Wade Megan – Vinny Saponari Justin Courtnall – Luke Popko – Ryan Santana David Warsofsky – Eric Gryba Sean Escobedo … Read more Beanpot Live Blog – Consolation and Championship

Bruins’ losing streak reaches 10 games with 3-2 shootout loss to Canucks

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff The Bruins’ losing streak reached double digits Saturday afternoon when the struggling B’s lost 3-2 to the Vancouver Canucks in a shootout. In the first two periods, all systems were go for the Bruins. They scored two power-play goals off the sticks of Zdeno Chara and Michael Ryder, and they limited … Read more Bruins’ losing streak reaches 10 games with 3-2 shootout loss to Canucks

David Warsofsky, Luke Popko and Eric Gryba Postgame Transcripts

Warsofsky On his goal:I think the kid had it on the halfwall, and I kind of pokechecked it. The puck was rolling when I was going down, so I was just hoping to get a shot on net. It kind of surprised the goalie a little bit, and luckily it found its way through. On … Read more David Warsofsky, Luke Popko and Eric Gryba Postgame Transcripts

Grading the Terriers: 2/5 vs. UMass-Lowell

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Offense: B+ The Terriers created plenty of chances, but if it weren’t for two goals on shorthanded breaks, they would’ve only had one goal to show for it. Still, BU controlled play for most of the night and swarmed the UML net seemingly at will. The Terriers registered 33 shots on … Read more Grading the Terriers: 2/5 vs. UMass-Lowell

Terriers down River Hawks, 3-2

By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff Led by short-handed goals from senior Zach Cohen and sophomore David Warsofsky, the Boston University men’s hockey team topped the No. 18 University of Massachusetts-Lowell, 3-2, Friday night, at Tsongas Center. The win was BU’s (11-11-3, 8-9-2 Hockey East) third in a row, the first such win streak of the season. … Read more Terriers down River Hawks, 3-2

Terriers head to Lowell in search of third straight win

By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff For four months, the Boston University men’s hockey team has combated the dreaded post-championship hangover with near disastrous results. The 4-2 start to 2010 was a step in the right direction for BU (10-11-3, 7-9-2 Hockey East), but until last week, there still was something not quite right about BU coach … Read more Terriers head to Lowell in search of third straight win

From the FreeP: Hockey East Power Rankings

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff 1) No. 14 Boston College (14-8-2, 10-6-2)The Eagles are five points behind conference leader UNH, and they’re just 4-5-0 in the new year, but they’re still the most talented and most balanced team in the conference. BC’s offense is tied for first in the league with 3.67 goals per game, its … Read more From the FreeP: Hockey East Power Rankings