Men’s Hockey set to play Providence in first game of 2020-21 Season

The Boston University Men’s Hockey Team is set to play No. 15 Providence College (3-3-2 Hockey East) Friday Jan. 8 in the opening game of the 2020-21 season. After three postponements and two cancellations, the Terriers will hit the ice for the first time since March 7, 2020.  Providence will enter the series having played … Read more Men’s Hockey set to play Providence in first game of 2020-21 Season

Breaking Down the BU Women’s Hockey East Opponents

By: Caroline Fernandez and Joe Pohoryles With the release of the Hockey East schedule yesterday, the Boston University Women’s Hockey team will play a total of 22 games this season, all in-conference. Here’s a closer look at each team in the league: University of Maine The University of Maine Black Bears (2019-20 15-14-8, 9-11-7 HE) … Read more Breaking Down the BU Women’s Hockey East Opponents

Hockey East announces 24 game schedule

By: Caroline Fernandez and Joe Pohoryles With the release of the Hockey East schedule this afternoon, the Boston University Men’s Hockey team will play a total of 24 games this season, all in-conference. Here’s a closer look at each team in the league: University of Vermont The Terriers will kick off their season against the … Read more Hockey East announces 24 game schedule

State of the Terriers’ offense after the regular season

Well folks, we made it through the regular season. With the news of sophomore forward Patrick Harper being ruled out for the rest of the season, Liam and I have seen a lot of concern the scoring depth. Here we have outlined the top five leaders in the offensive stats. If Harper is in the … Read more State of the Terriers’ offense after the regular season

Weekend Roundup: Lowell series, end of semester thoughts

The Boston University men’s hockey team finished 2017 with two matchups against the University of Massachusetts Lowell. This was the first time the two teams had faced each other unranked since Dec. 7, 2007. Friday night at Tsongas Center, the Terriers had a 2-1 lead going into the final period of the game after freshman … Read more Weekend Roundup: Lowell series, end of semester thoughts

Weekend Roundup: BC series

The Boston University men’s hockey team faced off in the 275th and 276th editions of the Battle of Comm. Ave. on Friday and Saturday night respectively. The Terriers emerged with a split after both teams found success on the other’s home ice. On Friday, BU found itself in an early 2-0 deficit after the Eagles … Read more Weekend Roundup: BC series

Weekend Roundup: Maine Series

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

Live Blog: BU at Northeastern

The No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team will take on No. 13 Northeastern University at Matthews Arena. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. tonight. After a 4-1 loss to the Huskies last weekend, the Terriers will look to collect two Hockey East points and split the home-and-home series. Take a look at this week’s … Read more Live Blog: BU at Northeastern

From the FreeP: UConn Weekend Roundup

The No. 6 Boston University men’s hockey team split its first Hockey East home-and-home series against the University of Connecticut. On both nights, junior forward and assistant captain Bobo Carpenter, who came into the series with no goals, scored for the Terriers first. On Friday, Carpenter found the back of the net twice during the second … Read more From the FreeP: UConn Weekend Roundup

From the FreeP: Minnesota State Series Roundup

The No. 2 Boston University men’s hockey team was swept by the Minnesota State University this weekend at Agganis Arena. The Terriers’ former goaltender Connor LaCouvee, who played with BU for three seasons, returned to Boston, but in the opposing team’s net. While LaCouvee only allowed three goals in the Mavericks’ 6-3 victory, BU’s defense gave up 45 … Read more From the FreeP: Minnesota State Series Roundup