The Boston University men’s hockey team (3-5-0, 2-4-0 Hockey East) is hitting the road for a two-game series against Northern Michigan Wildcats (2-5-0) this weekend. This will be the second non-conference matchup for the Terriers this season after splitting a two-game series against Sacred Heart on October 15th and 16th.
Forward Hank Crone will not be returning to the Boston University men’s hockey team. The Cedar Hill, Texas native had 12 points in 35 games with the Terriers. Crone will transfer to the University of Denver for the 2019-20 season. In addition to graduate transfer D Les Lancaster coming over from Mercyhurst College, the Denver … Read more Hank Crone not returning to men’s hockey
The No. 18 Boston University men’s hockey team picked up another two points this weekend in its road series against the University of Maine. The Terriers are currently tied for fourth place in Hockey East alongside No. 10 Providence College. On Friday night at the Alfond Arena, redshirt sophomore goaltender Max Prawdzik made his second collegiate … Read more Weekend Roundup: Maine Series
The Boston University men’s hockey team announced its incoming players for the 2017-18 season earlier today. Among the seven incoming forwards and three defenseman that make up the Terriers’ 27-man roster, five members of the freshman class were selected in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. In addition to the nine-member freshman class, the Terriers have added graduate transfer … Read more BU announces incoming players for 2017-18 season, 9 freshman and 1 graduate transfer
Boston University commit, Shane Bowers, has aced his midterm. When NHL Central Scouting released its midterm rankings of players eligible for the 2017 NHL Draft, it ranked the Halifax-born center as the 13th-best amongst North American skaters. Bowers has played in all 33 games for the United States Hockey League’s Waterloo Blackhawks. His 10 goals and 24 … Read more How are BU hockey’s freshmen for 2017-18 faring?