Mark Dennehy out as Merrimack coach

After completing his thirteenth year with Merrimack College, head coach Mark Dennehy was informed that he will not be returning to the Warriors’ bench next season. He was told of the move after losing game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals to Boston College saturday. The 21 losses this season are the most since 2014 … Read moreMark Dennehy out as Merrimack coach

Weekend Roundup: Lowell series, end of semester thoughts

The Boston University men’s hockey team finished 2017 with two matchups against the University of Massachusetts Lowell. This was the first time the two teams had faced each other unranked since Dec. 7, 2007. Friday night at Tsongas Center, the Terriers had a 2-1 lead going into the final period of the game after freshman … Read moreWeekend Roundup: Lowell series, end of semester thoughts

Weekend Roundup: BC series

The Boston University men’s hockey team faced off in the 275th and 276th editions of the Battle of Comm. Ave. on Friday and Saturday night respectively. The Terriers emerged with a split after both teams found success on the other’s home ice. On Friday, BU found itself in an early 2-0 deficit after the Eagles … Read moreWeekend Roundup: BC series

Live Blog: BU vs. BC

The Boston University men’s hockey team will take on No. 15 Boston College tonight at Agganis Arena for the final game of its Hockey East home-and-home series. Last night at Conte Forum, the Terriers came out with a 7-4 win after coming back from an 2-0 deficit in the first minutes of the game. Follow … Read moreLive Blog: BU vs. BC

Weekend Roundup: Red Hot Hockey

On Saturday, the No. 19 Boston University men’s hockey team played No. 7 Cornell University in the sixth installment of Red Hot Hockey, which takes place at Madison Square Garden. The Terriers found themselves in a 3-0 hole after the first 30 minutes of the game. However, tallies from sophomore defensemen Dante Fabbro and Chad … Read moreWeekend Roundup: Red Hot Hockey

INFOGRAPHIC: extended

After last Saturday’s win against the No. 11 University of New Hampshire, the No. 18 Boston University men’s hockey team has officially made it through the first third of its 36 regular-game season. The Boston Hockey Blog decided to compile an infographic on the team’s progress so far. We’ve also elaborated on some of the information … Read moreINFOGRAPHIC: extended

Live Blog: BU plays BC in Hockey East semis

The Hockey East semifinals are here at long last, with an extra does of rivalry. Starting at 8 p.m., the No. 7 Boston University men’s hockey team will do battle with No. 14 Boston College, all with a berth in Saturday’s title game on the line. The game, held at TD Garden, will be broadcast on … Read moreLive Blog: BU plays BC in Hockey East semis

Beanpot Final Bound: BU beats BC, Harvard awaits

A swarming first period, three timely goals and another strong showing from freshman goaltender Jake Oettinger wrote history on Monday night. For the first time since 1994-95, the Boston University men’s hockey team has swept Boston College in the regular season. This time, though, it came in the 65th Beanpot Tournament’s semifinal round courtesy of … Read moreBeanpot Final Bound: BU beats BC, Harvard awaits

Live Blog: BU clashes with BC in Beanpot semifinal

Welcome to TD Garden, where the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team and No. 7 Boston College will square off in the semifinal round of the 65th Beanpot Tournament. Puck drop is set for 8 p.m. As always, we’re live for the game’s action, so feel free to follow along via our live blog … Read moreLive Blog: BU clashes with BC in Beanpot semifinal

BU opens up 65th Beanpot vs. Boston College

The Beanpot Tournament is back. Slated for an 8 p.m. showdown with No. 8 Boston College, the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey will kick off the 65th Beanpot at TD Garden. That’s right, the same Eagle side that the Terriers already knocked off twice this year. Don’t expect those tilts to factor in too … Read moreBU opens up 65th Beanpot vs. Boston College