Following the Boston University men’s hockey team’s 6-1 win over UMass Lowell at Agganis Arena Saturday night, Jay Pandolfo’s message was loud and clear: the head hits have to stop.
Hockey East is officially moving to ESPN, one of the biggest stages in the sports broadcasting world. Starting next season, both the men’s and women’s league will join the NHL on the branded “Home of Hockey,” heightening exposure for both the college sport and its players.
The Charlie McAvoy era is over for the Boston University men’s hockey team. The 19-year-old defenseman has signed an amateur tryout (ATO) contract with the Providence Bruins, the AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins. Across his Terrier career, Charlie McAvoy earned a Hockey East First-Team nod after his sophomore season […]