From the FreeP: Opening Weekend Roundup

This weekend the Boston University men’s hockey team held its first ever season opener in the month of September. The Terriers beat Union College 4-1 on Saturday night after a three-point (2g, 1a) performance from sophomore forward Patrick Harper and game-winning goal notched by sophomore defenseman Dante Fabbro.

On Sunday night, BU didn’t have the same luck against the University of Prince Edward Island during its exhibition game. After five minutes of overtime, the game ended in a 5-5 draw. However, the Terriers continued to have a productive power play with four power-play goals after scoring two during opening night, and freshman forward Brady Tkachuk and sophomore defenseman Chad Krys each tallied three points.

BU’s next matchup will be against Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut at 2 p.m. on Sunday (Oct. 8). Tune in to the live blog for updates.

Read our articles from the weekend below:

Saturday’s Articles

Union Recap – “Men’s hockey beats Union in season opener, 4-1

Union Sider on the Terriers’ special teams – “Two power play goals lead men’s hockey to a win against Union

Sunday’s Articles

Prince Edward Island Recap – “Men’s hockey ties University of Prince Edward Island in exhibition game

Prince Edward Island Sider on Brady Tkachuk’s performance – “Three-point night for Tkachuk in men’s hockey exhibition

Here are some Twitter posts from the weekend and highlights from Saturday’s game:

 

From the FreeP: BU knocks off No. 4 Quinnipiac

The Terriers managed a complete turnaround after dropping a pair of games to No. 6 Denver University last weekend. They topped No. 4 Quinnipiac 3-0 on Saturday, thanks to goals from Jordan Greenway, Bobo Carpenter and Jakob Forsbacka – Karlsson.

Check out our articles on the game below:

  1. Jon’s recap, focusing on the sophomore forwards and the penalty kill
  2. Nick’s sider on Jordan Greenway’s impressive weekend.

Also check out our postgame videos if you missed them.

The Terriers don’t have any games this upcoming weekend, but they will get back on the ice Friday, Nov. 4, when they take on Northeastern.

Finally, keep an eye out for a feature from us this week!