Terrier frustrations continue with loss at Merrimack

By James Garrison The Boston University men’s hockey team (2-3-0, 1-2-0 Hockey East) traveled north this Friday to face off against Merrimack College (3-2-0, 1-1 Hockey East) for the first of a home-and-home series this weekend in their only matchup of this season. Coming off of a disappointing two-game split against Sacred Heart University last … Read more Terrier frustrations continue with loss at Merrimack

Men’s Hockey enters weekend against Merrimack

The Boston University men’s hockey team (2-2, 1-1 HE) will make the short trip over to North Andover, Massachusetts to drop the puck against the Merrimack College Warriors (2-2, 0-1 HE) this Friday to start a home-and-home series.

Get to Know: Women’s and Men’s Hockey add new faces to coaching staff

There are some new faces on Comm. Ave this season for both women’s and men’s hockey. With the addition of Kerstin Matthews and Mollie Fitzpatrick at Walter Brown Arena and the entry of Jay Pandolfo at Agganis Arena, the BU hockey program has gained some real talent behind the bench.

Men’s Hockey secures first home-ice win of the season against Sacred Heart

The Boston University men’s hockey team (2-2)  hosted the Sacred Heart University Pioneers (1-2) for the second time this weekend in their back-to-back series at Agganis Arena. After a late 3rd period game winning goal from Sacred Heart on Friday, the Terriers were out for redemption and garnered a 4-1 victory tonight.  “We challenged the … Read more Men’s Hockey secures first home-ice win of the season against Sacred Heart

Men’s Hockey to face Sacred Heart at Agganis

After an underwhelming performance on October 9, the Boston University Men’s Hockey Team (1-1) will drop the puck for a back-to-back home series with the Sacred Heart Pioneers (0-2) of the Atlantic hockey Association at Agganis Arena in Boston this Friday night. During the Covid season, the Pioneers got to play in 18 games compared … Read more Men’s Hockey to face Sacred Heart at Agganis

Men’s Hockey fails to show up for home opener

The Boston University men’s hockey team (1-1-0) returned to Comm Ave yesterday evening for the first game hosted at Agganis Arena in 581 days. Coming off a 2-1 victory in Hartford the night before, the squad looked for the weekend sweep against the University of Connecticut Huskies (2-1-0) but instead got dominated for most of the competition in a 5-1 loss.

Terriers take down Huskies in XL Center in third period turnaround

The No. 10 Boston University men’s hockey team (1-0-0) took down the University of Connecticut Huskies (1-1-0) in a thrilling and resilient 2-1 victory at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut on Friday night. “I’m psyched for the team,” head coach Albie O’Connell said after the game. “I’m psyched for the way we started that … Read more Terriers take down Huskies in XL Center in third period turnaround

Terriers take down Holy Cross in exhibition

Written by James Garrison The Boston University men’s hockey team (1-0) returned to action last night for an exhibition game against the Holy Cross Crusaders (0-1) at Walter Brown Arena. The Terriers found themselves in a hard-hitting, low scoring affair at the end of the first period but found their game late in the second, … Read more Terriers take down Holy Cross in exhibition

The sequence that ended BU’s season

Boston University found themselves trailing St. Cloud State 3-2 with 16:31 remaining in the third period. Up to that point in the contest, there had been many memorable plays to report.  Dylan Peterson was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct for boarding just over nine minutes into the game. Before the mid-way point of … Read more The sequence that ended BU’s season

Cloudy finish to BU men’s hockey season after NCAA semifinal loss

The Boston University men’s hockey team (10-4-2) has reached the end of their season after falling to the St. Cloud State University Huskies (18-10) in today’s NCAA northeast regional semifinal matchup. Following their loss against UMass Lowell in the Hockey East quarterfinals, the Terriers officially have no more hockey left to play.