Women’s hockey splits series with BC in last game of regular season

In the second game of the Battle of Comm Ave, the Boston University women’s hockey team (6-5) fell 2-0 to the Boston College Eagles (14-4) in a historically close competition with tremendous efforts from both sides. After losing for the first time in nine games, and on home ice nonetheless, BC had a chip on their shoulder and played for redemption.

Compher leads Women’s Hockey to 3-2 comeback victory in final seconds against No. 6 Boston College

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — The Boston University women’s ice hockey team (6-4) played spoiler for the Boston College Eagles (13-4) on their Senior Day in Conte Forum, as the Terriers stormed back from a 2-0 deficit to win the latest installment of the Battle of Commonwealth Avenue 3-2. Senior co-captain Jesse Compher tallied three points … Read more Compher leads Women’s Hockey to 3-2 comeback victory in final seconds against No. 6 Boston College

Battle of Comm Ave Revived for Women’s Hockey, Senior Game on Saturday

The BU women’s hockey team (5-4) is hoping third time’s a charm as they head into their weekend series against the Boston College Eagles (13-3) that has previously been cancelled twice. The Battle of Comm Ave will finally be revived for the first time this season after BU went 3-1 against their rivals on Chestnut Hill last year; their 4-0 victory on February 4, 2020 knocked BC out of the 42nd Annual Women’s Beanpot in the preliminary round.

BU Men’s Hockey Earns Home Victory Over BC to Split Weekend Series

After a hard fought overtime loss at Chestnut Hill, the Boston University men’s hockey team (6-2-0) prevailed 3-1 over the Boston College Eagles (11-3-1) at Walter Brown Arena to earn a series split in the weekend’s Battle of Comm. Ave.  The Terriers again took the ice against the number one ranked Eagles without senior defenseman, … Read more BU Men’s Hockey Earns Home Victory Over BC to Split Weekend Series

BU Men’s Hockey Puts Up Valiant Fight but Falls to BC in Overtime

In a nail biting finish to a hard fought game, the Boston University men’s hockey team (5-2) fell 4-3 to the Boston College Eagles (11-2-1) in the first of two matchups of the Battle of Comm. Ave.

Men’s Hockey set for next Battle of Comm. Ave, to face No. 1 Boston College this weekend

After getting postponed last weekend, the Battle of Comm. Ave is back on. Boston University men’s ice hockey (5-1-0) will take on the Boston College Eagles (10-2-1) in a home-and-home series this Friday and Saturday. The puck will drop at 7 pm for both games, with BC hosting the first leg in Conte Forum. With … Read more Men’s Hockey set for next Battle of Comm. Ave, to face No. 1 Boston College this weekend

Breaking Down the BU Women’s Hockey East Opponents

By: Caroline Fernandez and Joe Pohoryles With the release of the Hockey East schedule yesterday, the Boston University Women’s Hockey team will play a total of 22 games this season, all in-conference. Here’s a closer look at each team in the league: University of Maine The University of Maine Black Bears (2019-20 15-14-8, 9-11-7 HE) … Read more Breaking Down the BU Women’s Hockey East Opponents

Hockey East announces 24 game schedule

By: Caroline Fernandez and Joe Pohoryles With the release of the Hockey East schedule this afternoon, the Boston University Men’s Hockey team will play a total of 24 games this season, all in-conference. Here’s a closer look at each team in the league: University of Vermont The Terriers will kick off their season against the … Read more Hockey East announces 24 game schedule

O’Connell, Cockerill talk 2020-21 roster, players to watch

Last week, the 16th annual Boston University Men’s Hockey summer roundtable took place, where Coach Albie O’Connell and team captain Logan Cockerill addressed the team’s plans and preparations as it heads into an uncertain 2020-21 season. We already discussed the main takeaways from the roundtable, which you can find here, so today we will be … Read more O’Connell, Cockerill talk 2020-21 roster, players to watch

An interview with Luke Tuch: family rivalry, the draft and his future with the Terriers

While the Boston University-Boston College rivalry runs deep, the bond between brothers Alex and Luke Tuch runs deeper.  An alumnus of the United States National Team Development Program (NTDP), Luke Tuch will follow in his brother’s footsteps by beginning his NCAA journey in Boston. Unlike his brother however, Luke will spend his college hockey career … Read more An interview with Luke Tuch: family rivalry, the draft and his future with the Terriers