Macklin Celebrini’s four-point performance fueled the Boston University men’s hockey team to a 6-1 victory over the University of Connecticut at the Toscano Ice Forum.
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The No. 2 Terriers have the chance to take the momentum from that dominant win into their final two-game series of the season in a home-and-home set against the University of Connecticut Huskies.
Behind a strong performance from Caron, the Terriers stuck in a game that could’ve been over in regulation given the fact that the Friars outshot BU by a large margin the entire game.
The Terriers will face the No. 10 Providence College Friars in a home-and-home series this weekend.
It’s rare a team puts together one of its most complete games of the season and comes out on the losing end.
Harvey’s back-to-back goals contributed to a 7-1 onslaught by the Terriers, completing the regular season sweep of the Merrimack Warriors on Friday evening.
Freshman forward Jack Harvey — who has not been given a legitimate role yet this season — was elevated to first-line right wing with junior Jack Hughes and former Chicago Steel teammate Macklin Celebrini in the Terriers’ 6-3 win.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (16-7-1, 11-4-1 Hockey East) fell 4-3 to the Huskies (10-12-2, 5-11-0 HE) Tuesday night at Matthews Arena.
The No. 1 Terriers couldn’t handle the No. 2 Eagles in either game of the weekend’s twin bill, surrendering the top seed in the NCAA with Saturday’s 4-3 loss and keeping only the shame of a disheartening sweep.
The No. 1 Boston University men’s hockey team will face the No. 2 Boston College Eagles for the first time this season in a home-and-home series.