Before we truly “conclude” the season though, let’s take a look back on what was a historic year and a shift in the trajectory of the program.
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While the rivalry might not be what we all remember from Disney’s Miracle, college hockey fans are sure in for something special with a matchup between the No.1 Minnesota Golden Gophers (28-9-1) and the No. 5 Boston University Terriers (29-10-0).
Ethan Phillips’ empty-net goal meant a whole lot more than an end-of-game extra insurance point for Boston University. The senior forward stepped up in a big way for the entire 60 minutes and strung together his best performance of the season –– and what a time to do it.
Boston University faced the pressure of elimination, the heat of an offensive juggernaut and the challenge of an unfamiliar arena on Thursday.
The Terriers made their return to the TD Garden after having seemingly recovered from the malaise that was onset by the Beanpot. After a sketchy 60 minutes, BU found its game in overtime to beat the Providence College Friars 2-1.
With Bostonians celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Friday, The No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team hopes that their third trip to TD Garden will be the lucky charm. At 4p.m., the Terriers will face the Providence College Friars in the Hockey East tournament semifinals.
It was senior night at Agganis Arena as the Boston University men’s hockey team (23-10-0, 17-6-0 Hockey East) honored its 11 class of 2023 members ahead of besting the Providence College Friars (14-12-7, 9-8-6 HE) by a score of 6-4.
Fresh off a rejuvenating sweep over the University of Vermont, the No. 7 Boston University men’s hockey team will wrap up the regular season with a home-and-home series against Providence College this weekend.
We can all thank God and Dylan Peterson for that. A dominant offense headlined by BU’s veteran players and backed by Drew Commesso gave BU its first weekend sweep since Jan. 29 with a 3-0 shutout victory over the University of Vermont Catamounts (9-18-5, 4-15-3 HE).
Currently on a four-game losing streak, the Boston University men’s hockey team (20-10-0, 14-6-0 Hockey East) will seek to correct course in the penultimate series of the regular season against the University of Vermont Catamounts (9-16-5, 4-13-3 HE).