Facing a physical Fighting Hawks team with plenty of veteran savvy, the Terriers put their bodies on the line when it mattered most.
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In a league with as much parity as Hockey East, you’ve got to find ways to win on the road, and that’s exactly what the Terriers did.
Within ten minutes of the first period, the Terriers hung five goals on their opponents and showed glimpses of what this roster is capable of.
We got a little bit better, we know what it takes to get to where we were, and we’re going to hopefully do everything over again — just a little bit better.
After a month of team practice, the No. 1 ranked Boston University men’s hockey team will officially start their 2023-24 season on Saturday when it takes on the Bentley University Falcons in Waltham, Mass.
The Boston University men’s hockey team unceremoniously bowed out in the National Semifinals against Minnesota, but the Terriers had no shortage of thrilling wins in Jay Pandolfo’s first year at the helm.
BU hung tough with the Golden Gophers, but it’s just about impossible to win when you spend more than 10 minutes killing penalties against an offensive juggernaut. Minnesota went 3-for-7 on the man-advantage, and BU was lucky it wasn’t 6-for-7 given the amount of offensive pressure the Gophers were able to generate on the power play.
The Terriers showed what they’re made of tonight and battled until the final horn for the 2-1 win over Cornell University (21-11-2) that punched their ticket to Tampa. The Boston University men’s hockey team (29-10-0) is in the Frozen Four, and boy are they feeling good.
Boston University faced the pressure of elimination, the heat of an offensive juggernaut and the challenge of an unfamiliar arena on Thursday.
The Terriers are officially dancing. It didn’t take too much time early on this season for that to be a foregone conclusion, but a Hockey East Championship last Saturday confirmed it. Under 24 hours later, the Terriers’ matchup was made official during Sunday night’s NCAA selection show.