Jay Pandolfo came into the May 9 introductory press conference and said all the right things as the next head coach of Boston University hockey.
In the wake and reflection of the epic highs and lows of the 2021-2022 Terrier hockey season and an exciting postseason across the country, it’s not easy to point out exactly where things went wrong. For a squad of mostly returning players from last year’s NCAA berth, even despite the COVID year, the potential for the perfect storm was there. It was the 100th year of BU Hockey, and if there was any year to make history this was it.
On the heels of a rocky season on Comm. Ave, the Boston University athletics department showed it’s committed to raising the expectations and performance of Terrier hockey by setting out to replace former head coach Albie O’Connell.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (19-11-3, 13-7-3 Hockey East) traveled to Orono, Maine for their final regular season series against the University of Maine Black Bears (6-21-4, 4-17-2 HE). From the rowdy Alfond Arena, BU put together a strong 60-minute performance on Friday night, winning the game with a final score of 5-1.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (18-11-3, 12-7-3 Hockey East) will close out the regular season in Orono this weekend against the University of Maine Black Bears (6-20-4, 4-16-2 HE).
The Boston University men’s hockey team (16-10-3, 11-6-3 Hockey East) will compete in their biggest game of the season thus far, fighting for the Beanpot title on Monday night at TD Garden. Facing the Northeastern University Huskies (19-8-1, 10-6-1 HE), the Terriers have an opportunity to collect their first trophy since 2018.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (14-10-3, 10-6-3 Hockey East) welcomed the University of Maine Black Bears (4-15-4, 2-11-2 HE) to Agganis Arena tonight and sent them right back home after a dominant 4-0 Terrier victory.
All opinions are my own. I’ve said it since the start of the season: 2021 is a great year to have a great year. Celebrating 100 years of BU hockey, playing in front of fans, and the Frozen Four in Boston, the Terriers could have written the perfect story. Halfway through the season though, where … Read more Midseason Report: a Very Opinionated First Half Review
For the first time since February 29 2019, the Boston University Men’s Hockey Team will lace up their skates to take on the cross-town rival Boston College Eagles in front of a packed Agganis Arena crowd at home. The last time the two teams met, the Terriers took down the then No. 1 Eagles 3-1 … Read more Terriers, Eagles set for Battle of Comm Ave in front of fans for the first time since February 2020
The Boston University Men’s Hockey Team (5-9-2, 4-5-2 HE) took the ice at Agganis Arena for a matchup with a red hot University of New Hampshire (7-8-1, 3-6-1 HE) team. The Terriers are coming off of a three-game lose streak, meanwhile the Wildcats were looking to improve on their three-game win streak. Despite having the … Read more Terriers win first regulation game since October 23