Live Blog: BU vs. Providence

The Boston University men’s hockey team secured its first win of 2018 last night against the University of New Hampshire. In an early 5 p.m. start tonight at Agganis Arena, the Terriers will look to continue their success against No. 11 Providence College in the two teams’ third meeting of the 2017-18 season. Read this … Read moreLive Blog: BU vs. Providence

INFOGRAPHIC: extended

After last Saturday’s win against the No. 11 University of New Hampshire, the No. 18 Boston University men’s hockey team has officially made it through the first third of its 36 regular-game season. The Boston Hockey Blog decided to compile an infographic on the team’s progress so far. We’ve also elaborated on some of the information … Read moreINFOGRAPHIC: extended

Weekend Roundup: Northeastern and UNH

Once again, the No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team went into the weekend looking for four Hockey East conference points and emerged with two. However, over the past two weekends, the Terriers’ performance has been solid on Friday and poor on Saturday. The opposite occurred this weekend as BU fell 6-1 to No. 13 Northeastern … Read moreWeekend Roundup: Northeastern and UNH

Live Blog: BU vs. UNH

The No. 15 Boston University men’s hockey team will play the No. 9 University of New Hampshire at Agganis Arena. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m. After a 6-1 loss to No. 13 Northeastern University last night, the Terriers will look for a win and two points against the Wildcats. Read our preview here … Read moreLive Blog: BU vs. UNH

Pluses and Minuses: O’Connor’s strong play in net helps Terriers advance to Hockey East title game

For the second time in three seasons, the Boston University men’s hockey team will play for the Hockey East championship. Facing off against a red-hot University of New Hampshire squad that had won nine of its last 10 contests, the Terriers (24-7-5) ricocheted from yet another slow start to best the Wildcats (19-19-2), 4-1, Friday … Read morePluses and Minuses: O’Connor’s strong play in net helps Terriers advance to Hockey East title game