Facing a Harvard team that had yet to win a game this season, the Boston University women’s hockey team struggled to find its game. The Terriers fell into an early hole and couldn’t dig out of it.
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For the first time since 2018, the Boston University men’s hockey team will be hopping across the pond.
The Terriers strung together an impressive and hard-fought win over the Harvard Crimson (7-17-3, 6-11-3 ECAC), scoring more goals tonight than they had combined goals since Jan. 27.
After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, the Beanpot, one of the most famous in-season college hockey tournaments, is finally back for the first time in two years and is set to start on Monday.
After splitting a weekend series with the University of Connecticut, the Terriers will take on Harvard University before the break. Follow along with our live blog! Live Blog BU vs. Harvard (11-22-16) BU lines: Greenway – Forsbacka Karlsson – Harper Bellows – Curry – Carpenter Cloonan – Chabot – […]
It might’ve felt like an eternity. In fact, it was 1,093 days. But at long last, the losing streak is over. The No. 2/3 Boston University men’s hockey team overcame a two-goal deficit and record-breaking goaltending performance to dispatch No. 4/6 Harvard University, 4-3, in double overtime in the Beanpot semifinal […]
This time, in overtime, the No. 1 Boston University men’s hockey team couldn’t get it done. Against the University of Maine on Friday, freshman forward Jack Eichel scored an overtime goal to give the Terriers a 3-2 victory. But against No. 18 Harvard University on Tuesday, BU couldn’t do it […]