4 Terriers named to World Junior Selection camps

With the semester coming to a close some Terriers will be getting a few weeks off from playing. However, others will dawn their countries colors will playing in the IIHF World Junior Championship. Here are the list of Terriers that have been invited to their countries camps. Canada: Sophomore forward Shane Bowers The Halifax, Nova … Read more4 Terriers named to World Junior Selection camps

NHL draft preview: What BU men’s hockey fans can expect

Boston University hockey fans have reason to tune into the NHL Draft when it begins on June 22 in Dallas. After a successful freshman campaign with the Terriers, forward Brady Tkachuk is expected to go as high as third overall and is the second-ranked North American skater in the draft according to NHL.com. Tkachuk has … Read moreNHL draft preview: What BU men’s hockey fans can expect

No. 13 men’s hockey to take on No. 10 Michigan in NCAA Northeast Regional final

It certainly has been a tale of two seasons for the No. 13 Boston University men’s hockey team — and it is not over yet. After facing off against No. 4 Cornell University 3-1 Saturday afternoon in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinals at the DCU Center in Worcester, the Terriers (22-13-4, 12-8-4 Hockey East) downed … Read moreNo. 13 men’s hockey to take on No. 10 Michigan in NCAA Northeast Regional final

No. 18 men’s hockey set for No. 9 Providence in Hockey East championship

It’s been three years since the No. 18 Boston University men’s hockey team faced No. 9 Providence College at TD Garden. In that game, the Friars (23-10-4, 13-7-4 Hockey East) overcame Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Jack Eichel and downed BU (20-13-4, 12-8-4 Hockey East) to take home the school’s first national championship. For the … Read moreNo. 18 men’s hockey set for No. 9 Providence in Hockey East championship

Who took home Hockey East Hardware?

Tuesday Liam and Matt gave their predictions for the Hockey East Awards. Thursday, the league announced who the real winners of the awards were and they are listed below. Hockey East Player of the Year: Junior forward Adam Gaudette from Northeastern University Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Foward Logan Hutsko from Boston College Coach … Read moreWho took home Hockey East Hardware?

Who takes home Hockey East hardware? Predictions

With award season coming up for Hockey East, this semester’s Boston Hockey Blog writers, Matt and Liam, made their picks for Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, Goaltender of the year and the most memorable moment of the season. Hockey East will announce its award Thursday night.  Player of … Read moreWho takes home Hockey East hardware? Predictions

State of the Terriers’ offense after the regular season

Well folks, we made it through the regular season. With the news of sophomore forward Patrick Harper being ruled out for the rest of the season, Liam and I have seen a lot of concern the scoring depth. Here we have outlined the top five leaders in the offensive stats. If Harper is in the … Read moreState of the Terriers’ offense after the regular season

Weekend Roundup: BC series

The Boston University men’s hockey team faced off in the 275th and 276th editions of the Battle of Comm. Ave. on Friday and Saturday night respectively. The Terriers emerged with a split after both teams found success on the other’s home ice. On Friday, BU found itself in an early 2-0 deficit after the Eagles … Read moreWeekend Roundup: BC series

Weekend Roundup: Providence and Northeastern

The No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team went into the weekend looking for four Hockey East conference points and emerged with two. On Friday night, the Terriers looked to bounce back from their 3-0 loss to No. 8 Providence College. After a scoreless two periods, sophomore defenseman Chad Krys broke through the Friars’ defense … Read moreWeekend Roundup: Providence and Northeastern

From the FreeP: Minnesota State Series Roundup

The No. 2 Boston University men’s hockey team was swept by the Minnesota State University this weekend at Agganis Arena. The Terriers’ former goaltender Connor LaCouvee, who played with BU for three seasons, returned to Boston, but in the opposing team’s net. While LaCouvee only allowed three goals in the Mavericks’ 6-3 victory, BU’s defense gave up 45 … Read moreFrom the FreeP: Minnesota State Series Roundup