For the first time since 2018, the Boston University men’s hockey team will be hopping across the pond.
Bernie Corbett, the voice of BU hockey for the past 40 seasons, has had a front row seat to the blue-blood rivalry’s development over the years, and now, he’s ready for a new rendition.
The Boston University women’s hockey team looks for redemption in this weekend’s home-and-home series against the Merrimack College Warriors — the team that ended the Terriers’ 2022-23 season campaign.
Caron had just capped off his most complete performance as a Terrier — a 38-save effort in a 3-3 tie at UMass Amherst on Saturday night, plus three shootout saves to earn BU the extra Hockey East point.
In a league with as much parity as Hockey East, you’ve got to find ways to win on the road, and that’s exactly what the Terriers did.
Building off the momentum of its first regulation win last weekend at Notre Dame, Boston University put in an all-around solid performance against a Hockey East opponent.
For the Terriers, Saturday’s game offers a chance to solidify their offensive prowess against an in-conference team and maintain the momentum the team built in its split two-game series against Syracuse last weekend.
The No. 9 Boston University men’s hockey team will open its home schedule with a home-and-home series against the No. 19 UMass Amherst Minutemen this weekend.
Within ten minutes of the first period, the Terriers hung five goals on their opponents and showed glimpses of what this roster is capable of.
Freshman forwards Macklin Celebrini and Shane Lachance both scored two goals apiece en route to the team’s first regulation win of the season.