#15 River Hawks Outlast #14 Minutemen in Shoot-Out

Lowell, MA – When the University of Massachusetts sister schools Amherst and Lowell face-off, it’s usually a low-scoring, physical, one-goal differential game. The only difference on Friday night was the two teams combined for eight goals, and it had to be decided by a shoot-out. Carl Berglund’s goal in the shoot-out was the difference. Matt Crasa had two goals for the River Hawks, while Anthony Del…… Continue reading #15 River Hawks Outlast #14 Minutemen in Shoot-Out

LIU & UML Skate to 3-3 Draw

Lowell, MA- The visiting Long Island University Sharks let a two-goal lead over the #19 UMass-Lowell River Hawks slip away late in the second period only to add a dramatic finish for a 3-3 tie in front of 2,633 at Tsongas Center Arena. Jack Quinn, a freshman from Lancaster, Ma. netted his first NCAA goal with 1:01 left in regulation to pull the…… Continue reading LIU & UML Skate to 3-3 Draw

BC Outlasts NU in Hockey East Opener

Chestnut Hill, MA. – College hockey returned to Conte Forum on the Boston College campus on Friday night. The Eagles and visiting Northeastern Huskies traded the lead in each period as BC prevailed 5-3 to kick off the two schools’ 2021-22 Hockey East campaigns. Colby Ambrosio’s third-period goal broke the deadlock while Patrick Giles’s strike forty-five seconds later proved to be the game-winner. With fans in attendance for…… Continue reading BC Outlasts NU in Hockey East Opener

UNH Edges BC in OT

Chestnut Hill, MA- The University of New Hampshire Wildcats pulled out a gritty overtime win over the Boston College Eagles at Conte Forum on Friday night. Defenseman Kalle Erikkson banged home a rebound at the side of the BC net with :26 seconds left in extra time. Eagles defenseman Tim Lovell kicked off the game, and his NCAA career, with a Hooking penalty at :56 seconds.…… Continue reading UNH Edges BC in OT

Lee, River Hawks Too Much For Maine

Lowell, MA – A timely pair of power-play goals are what separated the UMass-Lowell River Hawks from the visiting Maine Black Bears on Sunday evening. A Five Minute Major on defenseman Simon Butala for Boarding just 1:31 into the third period gave the River Hawks the momentum they needed to pull away from the Black Bears for a 5-3 win at Tsongas Arena.…… Continue reading Lee, River Hawks Too Much For Maine

Chris Schutz, He Scores.

Lowell, MA – #14 UMass-Lowell eked out a win over #8 UMass-Amherst with 27.5 seconds remaining on a goal from junior forward Chris Schutz. The River Hawks snap a two game losing streak while jumping into a three-way tie for second in Hockey East with the Minutemen. Lowell has now won 20 of the last 23 meetings between the two schools. The River Hawks capitalized first when…… Continue reading Chris Schutz, He Scores.

#5 Boston College Bests #10 Northeastern on Strong Second Period Effort

Boston, MA – The visiting Boston College Eagles used a second period goal surge to power past the Northeastern Huskies 3-2 in front of 3,054 at historic Matthews Arena. Senior forward Julius Mattila scored twice while freshman goalie Spencer Knight stopped 27 of 29 shots to put the Eagles atop the Hockey East standings. The Eagles snapped the Huskies three game winning streak while running their own…… Continue reading #5 Boston College Bests #10 Northeastern on Strong Second Period Effort

Tucker, Terriers Stymie Wildcats

Boston, MA – Boston University graduate transfer student Sam Tucker stopped 30 of 31 shots as he backstopped the Terriers to a 3-1 win over the visiting University of New Hampshire Wildcats in front of 3,814 at Agganis Arena. Patrick Curry’s 16th goal of the season at 15:04 of the second period proved to be the game-winner. “I felt strong but I thought the…… Continue reading Tucker, Terriers Stymie Wildcats

#12 Northeastern Blanks #11 UMass-Lowell

Lowell, MA – The #12 Northeastern Huskies shut-out the #11 UMass-Lowell River Hawks 3-0 in front of 4,513 at Tsongas Arena. Tyler Madden’s first period goal would stand to be the game-winner while Craig Pantano stopped all 24 shots he faced. Fresh off a grueling double overtime Beanpot win on Monday, Northeastern showed no residual effects as they controlled the game from the outset. The…… Continue reading #12 Northeastern Blanks #11 UMass-Lowell

Northeastern Graduates to Third Straight Beanpot Final

Boston, MA – A late second period goal from graduate transfer student Brendan van Riemsdyk coupled with 27 saves from graduate transfer student Craig Pantano was enough to power the Northeastern Huskies to their third straight Beanpot Final next Monday at TD Garden. The Harvard Crimson threw everything they had at the Huskies in the third period but it wasn’t enough to keep them out of next…… Continue reading Northeastern Graduates to Third Straight Beanpot Final