Second half of BU’s 2016-17 season brings about cautious optimism

The New Year often brings about new goals, a new perspective on the ebbs and flows of life. For the No. 5 Boston University men’s hockey team, 2017 ushers in two things: the 2016-17 season’s second half and an unwavering outlook. That’s right – poke around Agganis Arena, the Terriers’ sanctuary, and the same laser-focused rhetoric … Read more Second half of BU’s 2016-17 season brings about cautious optimism

From The FreeP: Pat Curry Feature

BU hockey fans, we have another feature laying in wait. This time we profiled Patrick Curry, one of the Terriers’ nine freshmen. He has six points through his first 14 collegiate games, but it’s often the intangibles that best sum up Curry’s contributions. Be sure to check out all Jonathan wrote up here over on … Read more From The FreeP: Pat Curry Feature

Three Thoughts: BU’s weekend series with Providence

The Boston University men’s hockey team snagged three of a possible four points against Providence College this past weekend. Friday night’s clash was a 2-1 win at Schneider Arena, while Saturday’s game unfolded as a 2-2 overtime tie. From the good, the bad and the ugly, we offer several takes on what unfolded. As a … Read more Three Thoughts: BU’s weekend series with Providence

From The FreeP: BU snags three points from Providence weekend

David Quinn and Nate Leaman, the head coaches of Boston University and Providence College, respectively, both described clashes between their squads as a rivalry. After this past weekend’s series, it’s easy to understand why. Inside the hostile confines of Schneider Arena on Friday night, the Terriers snagged a 2-1 win, even if it was against the odds. … Read more From The FreeP: BU snags three points from Providence weekend

From The FreeP: Previewing the Providence weekend

The Boston University men’s hockey team returns to action this weekend against Providence College. The first tilt is set for Friday night in Rhode Island’s capital city, while the Friars and Terriers return to Agganis Arena on Saturday night. We sat down with head coach David Quinn ahead of the series to preview all that’s … Read more From The FreeP: Previewing the Providence weekend

From The FreeP: BU splits with UConn

It was an up-and-down weekend for the Boston University men’s hockey team, as it split its weekend series with the University of Connecticut. Matters get underway on Friday evening in Hartford, Connecticut, with the Terriers emerging as 2-1 victors. Then traveling back home to Agganis Arena, BU was blanked for the first time since 2013, … Read more From The FreeP: BU splits with UConn

Five Thoughts on BU’s weekend series with Northeastern

Now that the dust has settled, let’s reflect back on the Boston University men’s hockey team’s weekend series against Northeastern University. On Friday night at Matthews Arena, the Terriers let up a late equalizer and struggled to tune out the Matthews Arena crowd. Simply, the 4-4 tie in overtime left BU with a bitter taste in … Read more Five Thoughts on BU’s weekend series with Northeastern

Top prospect Shane Bowers commits to BU

The star-studded prospects just keep on coming for BU head coach David Quinn and the Boston University men’s hockey team. After receiving a commitment from Dylan Peterson yesterday, USHL center and top 2017 NHL draft prospect Shane Bowers tweeted out his commitment to BU today. Bowers, 17, is one of seven Terrier commits eligible to … Read more Top prospect Shane Bowers commits to BU

VIDEO: Coaches, players react to BU’s win over Quinnipiac

The Terriers secured a statement win over Quinnipiac on Saturday night. The final score was 3-0, with Jordan Greenway, Bobo Carpenter and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson all scoring. Freshman goalie Jake Oettinger also posted his second straight shutout. Without further ado, here’s what coaches and players had to say in the game’s aftermath. Coach Quinn: Jordan … Read more VIDEO: Coaches, players react to BU’s win over Quinnipiac