When the Dog Pound began planning for this year’s season of BU Hockey, its new president, Aaron Fox, had a decision to make about what kind of a fan section he wanted to create.
The Terriers will have the chance to right the ship on their quest for a 32nd Beanpot title as they take on the Northeastern University Huskies in the Beanpot Championship at TD Garden.
While Monday’s Beanpot Championship game is fresh on the minds of the Terrier faithful, BU must focus in on its Hockey East matchup against the Merrimack College Warriors before it shifts to trophy hunting.
There’s a phrase: It’s hard to beat a team three times. Why? The other team is hungrier.
Boston University’s Willander will have another chance to best his rival birth-years. This time around, it will be on the largest stage of his collegiate career thus far at Monday’s 71st Dunkin’ Beanpot semifinal.
The No. 3 Terriers have a chance for vindication in the opening round of the 71st Beanpot Monday when they take on the No. 1 Eagles at 8 p.m.
As the tournament director, Nazro watched the Beanpot grow into a pride war between four of the top college hockey teams in New England: Boston University, Northeastern University, Boston College and Harvard University.
It’s inching closer and closer to the start of trophy season for Boston’s college hockey teams, with pucks dropping for the Beanpot semifinals just a week from today.
Catherine Foulem stepped onto the ice of TD Garden just before 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening. In that moment, she was a part of history.
The Boston University women’s hockey team will have a chance to be crowned Beanpot champions for the first time since 2019 when it takes the ice against No. 15 Northeastern at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.