Terriers look to sweep Boston College following 6-3 win on senior night

In a full team effort, the Boston University men’s hockey team (18-10-3, 12-6-3 HE) earned a 6-3 victory over the Boston College Eagles (11-17-5, 6-12-3 HE) on senior night at Agganis Arena.

Terriers stave off Minutemen comeback for road win

The Boston University men’s hockey team (12-10-3, 8-6-3 HE) traveled west for a regular season series finale against the No. 9 ranked UMass Amherst Minutemen (12-7-2, 9-3-2 HE) Tuesday night. The Terriers held on to an early lead to take home the rubber match with a 6-4 final. 

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

Terriers earn first sweep of the season in overtime

Written by James Garrison The Boston University Men’s Hockey Team (6-9-2, 5-5-2 HE) took down the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (7-9-1, 3-7-1 HE) in overtime Saturday night, as graduate forward Max Kaufman was able to roof a backhander for his second of the season. After a tight 3-1 win Friday night at Agganis Arena, … Read more Terriers earn first sweep of the season in overtime

Terriers win first regulation game since October 23

The Boston University Men’s Hockey Team (5-9-2, 4-5-2 HE) took the ice at Agganis Arena for a matchup with a red hot University of New Hampshire (7-8-1, 3-6-1 HE) team. The Terriers are coming off of a three-game lose streak, meanwhile the Wildcats were looking to improve on their three-game win streak. Despite having the … Read more Terriers win first regulation game since October 23

Terriers swept by Northern Michigan on the road

The Boston University men’s hockey team (3-7) fell to the Northern Michigan University wildcats (5-5) in the second leg of their away series. The Saturday night game ended with a score of 6-2 and would be the second consecutive weekend where the Terriers were swept. “We played well five on five,” Head Coach Albie O’Connell … Read more Terriers swept by Northern Michigan on the road

Men’s Hockey secures first home-ice win of the season against Sacred Heart

The Boston University men’s hockey team (2-2)  hosted the Sacred Heart University Pioneers (1-2) for the second time this weekend in their back-to-back series at Agganis Arena. After a late 3rd period game winning goal from Sacred Heart on Friday, the Terriers were out for redemption and garnered a 4-1 victory tonight.  “We challenged the … Read more Men’s Hockey secures first home-ice win of the season against Sacred Heart

UMass Lowell upsets Terriers 2-1 in Hockey East Quarterfinals

BOSTON — One week after beating the UMass Lowell River Hawks 9-8-1 in a shootout, the Boston University men’s ice hockey team (10-4-1) lost 2-1 in regulation, ending their Hockey East tournament run after one game. The Terriers entered as the No. 2 seed, but costly turnovers and a stout Lowell defense led to the … Read more UMass Lowell upsets Terriers 2-1 in Hockey East Quarterfinals

Men’s Hockey faces Lowell in single-game weekend to end regular season

The Boston University men’s hockey team (10-3-0) will play only once this weekend in a matchup against the UMass Lowell River Hawks (7-8-0) after the Terriers’ Thursday afternoon game against the University of New Hampshire got canceled earlier today. The cancelation was due to problems on the Wildcats’ end, and their administration saw it best not to move forward with the competition.