The Boston University women’s ice hockey team fell to the Maine Black Bears 3-1 on Friday night after a slow start.
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Lacey Martin’s backhand game-winner marked her second goal of the game to give the Terriers a 4-3 victory over the Black Bears at Alfond Arena, kickstarting the team’s 2024 campaign.
For the Terriers, Saturday’s game offers a chance to solidify their offensive prowess against an in-conference team and maintain the momentum the team built in its split two-game series against Syracuse last weekend.
The set of identical twin forwards share a special bond — having always played on the same team together — and will carry it onto the Boston University women’s hockey team this fall.
Records and polls be damned, the University of Maine is a good hockey team. And for the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team, Friday’s 5-3 victory was a great win.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (20-6-0, 14-4-0 Hockey East) braved the cold and headed up to Orono for a matchup against the University of Maine Black Bears (11-13-2, 5-9-1 HE) where they completed the season sweep with a 5-3 victory and extended their win-streak to seven.
But before the Terriers can shift focus to Northeastern and the Beanpot semifinals at TD Garden next Monday, BU (19-6-0, 13-4-0 Hockey East) needs to take care of business on the road Friday night against the University of Maine (11-12-2, 5-8-1 HE).
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Although shaky at times, the Boston University men’s hockey team (17-6-0, 11-4-0 Hockey East) managed to capture their third Hockey East sweep of the season.
The Boston University men’s hockey team (16-6-0, 10-4-0 Hockey East) hosted the University of Maine Black Bears (9-11-2, 3-7-1 HE) at Agganis Arena tonight where they put together a 5-1 victory.