OPINION 2021-2022 season recap: lack of heart broke the Terrier run

In the wake and reflection of the epic highs and lows of the 2021-2022 Terrier hockey season and an exciting postseason across the country, it’s not easy to point out exactly where things went wrong. For a squad of mostly returning players from last year’s NCAA berth, even despite the COVID year, the potential for the perfect storm was there. It was the 100th year of BU Hockey, and if there was any year to make history this was it. 

Fairytale cut short: Men’s Hockey eliminated in quarterfinals

The Boston University men’s hockey team (19-13-3, 13-9-3 Hockey East) closed out their season this evening in Hartford after falling 3-1 to the University of Connecticut Huskies (19-15-0, 15-10-0 HE) in the Hockey East single elimination quarterfinal game. 

Terriers to face UConn in Hockey East Quarterfinals

After splitting series with Boston College and bottom of the league University of Maine, the Boston University men’s hockey team (19-12-3, 13-8-3 Hockey East) is set to travel to Hartford, Connecticut on Saturday to face the University of Connecticut Huskies (18-15-0, 14-10-0 HE).

Terriers routed by Maine in regular season finale

By James Garrison The No. 14 Boston University Men’s Hockey (19-12-3, 13-8-3 HE) took the ice for the final time in the regular season Saturday night against the Maine Black Bears (7-21-4, 5-17-2 HE) at Alfond Arena in Orono, Maine. The Terriers’ resurgent second half to their regular season came to a dismal end, as … Read more Terriers routed by Maine in regular season finale

Terriers take the first of two against the Maine

The Boston University men’s hockey team (19-11-3, 13-7-3 Hockey East) traveled to Orono, Maine for their final regular season series against the University of Maine Black Bears (6-21-4, 4-17-2 HE). From the rowdy Alfond Arena, BU put together a strong 60-minute performance on Friday night, winning the game with a final score of 5-1. 

Men’s Hockey suffers first regulation loss since Nov. 27

The Boston University men’s hockey team (18-11-3, 12-7-3 Hockey East) suffered their first regulation loss in exactly three months at the hands of their cross-town rivals, the Boston College Eagles (12-17-5, 7-12-3 HE) Sunday afternoon at Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, MA. 

Terriers look to sweep Boston College following 6-3 win on senior night

In a full team effort, the Boston University men’s hockey team (18-10-3, 12-6-3 HE) earned a 6-3 victory over the Boston College Eagles (11-17-5, 6-12-3 HE) on senior night at Agganis Arena.