A flurry of activity on Monday kept the college hockey conversation alive just a little bit longer before the long summer ahead. Much of the news concerned Boston University, so let’s dive into it.
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No. 29 is off to the show. After three seasons with Boston University, junior goaltender Drew Commesso has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Chicago Blackhawks. Commesso was selected by the Blackhawks in the second round of the 2020 draft.
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.
Even though they were the better team Thursday night, a mix of luck and Drew Commesso kept the Terriers in a game they could have already lost. Ending the second period 2-2 was big.
The Boston University Terriers’ (29-11-0) magical run came to an end in Tampa Thursday night, falling to the top-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers (29-9-1) 6-2. BU said goodbye to 10 seniors, all of whom returned to play in this very game.
While the rivalry might not be what we all remember from Disney’s Miracle, college hockey fans are sure in for something special with a matchup between the No.1 Minnesota Golden Gophers (28-9-1) and the No. 5 Boston University Terriers (29-10-0).
On Thursday, April 6, The Boston University Terriers and Minnesota Golden Gophers will face off for the early semifinal match, with puck drop set for 5:00pm. The Wolverines and the Quinnipiac Bobcats will provide the nightcap.
Through a playing career that spanned over two decades, Boston University head coach Jay Pandolfo learned a lesson that has come to define his team: It hurts to win.
With wins over the Cornell Big Red and the Western Michigan Broncos, BU advanced to the Frozen Four in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Terriers will face the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Thursday, April 6. Here are some major storylines following the NCAA regionals.
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.