College hockey season may be months away, but there are still opportunities for Boston University fans see some of BU’s finest take the ice. On Friday, USA Hockey announced the two rosters that will participate in the National Junior Evalutaion Camp, which will be held June 30 to Aug. 6 in Plymouth, Michigan. The rosters … Read more Six Terriers to participate in Team USA National Junior Evaluation Camp
This past weekend’s NHL Draft in Buffalo, New York was undoubtedly historic for the Boston University men’s hockey team. A whopping six Terriers heard their name called at First Niagara Center, speaking volumes to the youthful talent that will soon grace Agganis Arena for the 2016-17 season. It’s important to take a step back, though, and ponder … Read more How many NHL draft picks does Boston University have rostered?
It was a historic night for Boston University at the NHL Draft, as four Terriers were selected in the opening round. It is only the second time in league history that four athletes from the same college program were drafted in the top 30. Incoming stars Clayton Keller, Dante Fabbro and Kieffer Bellows, as well … Read more Four Terriers selected in first round of 2016 NHL Draft
Ask almost any fan of the Boston University men’s hockey team what excites them most about the 2016-17 season and you’ll hear an iteration of the same word: talent. Serving as an affirmation of sorts of what appears to be BU’s strongest underclassmen contingent in recent memory, the 2016 NHL Draft will take place June … Read more 2016 NHL Draft preview: Boston University edition
SOUTH BEND, Indiana — Golden chances were there for the No. 9 Boston University men’s hockey team, but as head coach David Quinn put it, his team could not take advantage of a single one. Call it poor luck or having the challenge of going against a sharp goaltender, either way BU (19-10-5, 12-6-4 Hockey … Read more Pluses and Minuses: Terriers shut out in loss to No. 10 Notre Dame to close out regular season
The University of Massachusetts Amherst struck first on Saturday evening at Agganis Arena, but the Boston University men’s hockey team quickly righted the ship en route to a 7-2 win. Senior defenseman Matt Grzelcyk stole the show and the World Juniors contingent impressed, serving as the highlights on a nearly seamless evening. Below are several … Read more Pluses and Minuses: BU comfortably skates past UMass
It took a bit of a wake-up call from head coach David Quinn, but the No. 11 Boston University men’s hockey team managed to salvage the second half of a home series against the University of Vermont. After falling behind 2-0 early, and then again facing a 3-2 deficit late in the third period, goals … Read more Pluses and Minuses: No. 11 Terriers rebound with come-from-behind win over Catamounts
Hey folks. Did you miss us? We certainly missed you! The past week we’ve had issues with our entire website, which stemmed from our old host. Essentially, the only way to fix this was by switching to a new host. Given the volume of content on the dailyfreepress.com domain, transferring all of the information from … Read more Odds and Ends: Playing catch-up