There’s a phrase: It’s hard to beat a team three times. Why? The other team is hungrier.
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The Boston University men’s hockey team delivered, defeating the No.1 Boston College Eagles, 4-3, in the Dunkin’ Beanpot semifinal and proving it can hang with the big dogs.
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.
Behind Shanahan’s 19-save shutout, the Terriers snapped their four-game losing streak with a win over No. 15 Boston College in convincing 3-0 fashion.
Boston University’s offensive struggles continued in Friday’s 3-0 loss against a familiar foe — Boston College. The shutout marks the first scoreless game for the Terriers since their 2-0 loss to Northeastern University on Oct. 7.
The Terriers seems to be at a crossroad once again and have the opportunity to find some consistency in this weekend’s series against No. 15 Boston College.
The No. 1 Terriers couldn’t handle the No. 2 Eagles in either game of the weekend’s twin bill, surrendering the top seed in the NCAA with Saturday’s 4-3 loss and keeping only the shame of a disheartening sweep.
The No. 1 Boston University men’s hockey team will face the No. 2 Boston College Eagles for the first time this season in a home-and-home series.
At the top of her crease, Callie Shanahan tracked the puck, poke-checked it and the game was over. The Terriers would advance to the 2024 Beanpot Championship at TD Garden.