Who took home Hockey East Hardware?

Tuesday Liam and Matt gave their predictions for the Hockey East Awards. Thursday, the league announced who the real winners of the awards were and they are listed below. Hockey East Player of the Year: Junior forward Adam Gaudette from Northeastern University Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Foward Logan Hutsko from Boston College Coach … Read more Who took home Hockey East Hardware?

Who takes home Hockey East hardware? Predictions

With award season coming up for Hockey East, this semester’s Boston Hockey Blog writers, Matt and Liam, made their picks for Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, Goaltender of the year and the most memorable moment of the season. Hockey East will announce its award Thursday night.  Player of … Read more Who takes home Hockey East hardware? Predictions

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

Men’s hockey sweeps Arizona State

Last weekend, the Boston University men’s hockey team swept Merrimack College in its first sweep of the season. This weekend, the Terriers continued their momentum as they traveled to Arizona and swept Arizona State University. Friday night, the Terriers and the Sun Devils played each other in the first ever meeting between the two schools. … Read more Men’s hockey sweeps Arizona State

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: Northeastern and UNH

Once again, the No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team went into the weekend looking for four Hockey East conference points and emerged with two. However, over the past two weekends, the Terriers’ performance has been solid on Friday and poor on Saturday. The opposite occurred this weekend as BU fell 6-1 to No. 13 Northeastern … Read more Weekend Roundup: Northeastern and UNH

Weekend Roundup: Providence and Northeastern

The No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team went into the weekend looking for four Hockey East conference points and emerged with two. On Friday night, the Terriers looked to bounce back from their 3-0 loss to No. 8 Providence College. After a scoreless two periods, sophomore defenseman Chad Krys broke through the Friars’ defense … Read more Weekend Roundup: Providence and Northeastern

Jordan Greenway to return for junior season

One of Boston University’s go-to forwards will return for the 2017-18 season. Jordan Greenway, amidst speculation that he would turn pro with the Minnesota Wild, has confirmed to The Boston Hockey Blog that he’ll be back for his junior season. The announcement comes as a boon to Terrier hockey fans, as forwards Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson and Clayton … Read more Jordan Greenway to return for junior season

Fabbro, McAvoy shine for Canada, USA in second games of World Juniors

With two games of Group B play wrapped up, representatives of the Boston University men’s hockey team have continued to shine at the 2017 World Junior Championships. On Tuesday night, freshman defenseman Dante Fabbro helped Canada to a 5-0 win over Slovakia. He didn’t register a goal or assist, but was a steadying presence along the … Read more Fabbro, McAvoy shine for Canada, USA in second games of World Juniors

BU’s Keller, Greenway shine on first day of World Junior Championships

Great hype and anticipation has manifested about the imprint the Boston University men’s hockey team could leave on the 2017 World Junior Championships, and its contingent certainly did not disappoint in Monday’s opening clashes. Team Canada, which boasts freshman Dante Fabbro along the blueline, swept aside Team Russia, 5-3. The Nashville Predators first rounder in the … Read more BU’s Keller, Greenway shine on first day of World Junior Championships