From game one, this Boston University women’s hockey squad has looked like a much better team than the year before and has looked better than its opponents.
In a 4-1 defeat to Notre Dame, BU was soundly outplayed by the Fighting Irish at Compton Family Ice Arena in South Bend, marking the Terriers’ second consecutive loss.
For the third straight game, the Terriers played well above their standard from a year prior and outshot their opponent, and for the third straight game, they could not escape with a win.
It would have been to foresee this weekend’s series for the Terriers becoming as big of a must win as it has.
Jack Hughes didn’t pull punches when talking about the Boston University men’s hockey teams of years past.
The Boston University women’s hockey team is back in action this weekend as it welcomes Syracuse University for two games at Walter Brown Arena.
In college hockey, toughness trumps talent when talent fails to play tough. A nightmarish weekend taught the No. 1 Boston University men’s hockey team that lesson the hard way.
It’s three games in, one of which was exhibition, so the Terriers have the luxury of time on their side. But the product put on the ice against the Wildcats and U18 wasn’t a call for small fixes.
The Boston University men’s hockey team came into the Whittemore Center on Friday night and got owned by a University of New Hampshire squad that simply wanted it more.
The Terriers are set to open Hockey East play against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats in Durham, N.H. Friday night.