The Boston University women’s hockey team (12-14-6, 11-9-5 Hockey East) took the ice for their last regular-season matchup against the Providence College Friars (15-13-6, 12-12-3 HE) this evening at Walter Brown Arena. On the Terriers’ senior night they fell 2-1 in a hard-fought overtime game.
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The Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-6, 11-8-5 Hockey East) took on the Providence Friars (14-13-6, 11-12-3 HE) in their final regular-season series of the year. Friday night at Schneider Arena in Providence, the Friars won the contest in the shootout, 2-1.
After sophomore forward Lacey Martin lit the lamp to give the Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-5, 11-8-4 Hockey East) the overtime win over the University of Maine, BU is set to play the Providence College Friars (14-13-5, 11-12-2 HE) in a home and home series.
Following an electric 4-3 Beanpot semi-final win over Harvard on Monday night at the TD Garden, the Boston University men’s hockey team (15-10-3, 10-6-3 HE) will travel south to take on the Providence College Friars (18-11-2, 9-9-1 HE) tonight in a pivotal Hockey East matchup.
Embraced by junior forwards Robert Mastrosimne and Markus Boguslavasky, senior goaltender Drew Commesso left the ice for what could be his final time this season after making 36 saves in a Boston University win.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (12-10-3, 8-6-3 HE) is set for another Hockey East matchup this Sunday, taking on the No. 17 nationally ranked Providence Friars (17-9-2, 8-7-1 HE) for the first time this season.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (5-1-3, 3-0-3 HE) took on the University of Vermont Catamount (4-2-1, 0-0-1 HE) on October 29 in a low-scoring but fast-paced game at Walter Brown Arena in Boston, before heading south to face the Providence College Friars in a Halloween match up. Worth noting […]
The No. 6 seed Boston University women’s hockey team (6-6) was hosted at Schneider Arena for the Hockey East quarterfinals against the No. 3 seed Providence College Friars (11-6-1). The Terrier’s season was cut short as the Friars came out with a 4-3 victory in the single elimination game in the first meeting the two teams have had in 414 days.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (6-5) will head to Rhode Island this Sunday to play the Providence College Friars (10-6-1) in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East playoffs. The Terriers clinched a playoff spot in December, giving them an opening-round bye––this weekend’s game will be their first of the postseason.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (1-1-0) will take on the University of Massachusetts Amherst (9-3-1) this Friday and Saturday at 4:30 PM and 5:30 PM, respectively. The Minutemen currently sit on top of the Hockey East standings with 28 points from 13 games, compared to the Terrier’s three points […]