Midseason Report: a Very Opinionated First Half Review

All opinions are my own. I’ve said it since the start of the season: 2021 is a great year to have a great year. Celebrating 100 years of BU hockey, playing in front of fans, and the Frozen Four in Boston, the Terriers could have written the perfect story. Halfway through the season though, where … Read more Midseason Report: a Very Opinionated First Half Review

Terriers fall to Eagles in disheartening third period

In a packed Agganis Arena, the Boston University Terriers (6-9-2, 5-5-2 HE) closed out the first half of the regular season with a heartbreaking shootout loss against the rival Boston College Eagles (8-5-3, 5-3-2) in the 285th meeting of the Battle of Comm Ave. The Terriers completely outshined their opponents in more ways than one––for … Read more Terriers fall to Eagles in disheartening third period

BU Hockey Legend, Philanthropist Travis Roy Dead at 45

By: The Boston Hockey Blog staff Travis Roy, the former Terrier forward who was paralyzed during his first collegiate shift, died this afternoon at the age of 45 due to complications from a procedure meant to maintain his quality of life, as first reported by WCVB. He was surrounded by family in his Vermont home. … Read more BU Hockey Legend, Philanthropist Travis Roy Dead at 45

Jack Parker and Scott Young named to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2017

Earlier this morning, the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2017 was announced. Former head coach Jack Parker and current assistant coach Scott Young were honored alongside Kevin Collins, former BU assistant coach Ben Smith, and Ron Wilson. Jack Parker While Jack Parker stepped down as Boston University’s head coach after the 2012-13 season, … Read more Jack Parker and Scott Young named to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2017