BC Outlast UNH in OT

Eagles Advance to Hockey East Quarters with 4-3 Win Chestnut Hill, MA – It’s “win or go home” time in college hockey from here on out. For some teams, a loss in their conference tournament won’t disqualify them for the NCAA tournament later this month. In the case of the New Hampshire Wildcats and Boston College Eagles, it’s genuinely… Continue reading BC Outlast UNH in OT

Hockey East Opening Round Preview

Reading, MA – The 37th incarnation of the Hockey East Tournament begins on Wednesday evening when the bottom six schools face-off for the chance to move onto Saturday’s Quarterfinal round. This year the tournament is a single-elimination affair rather than a best-of-three series. The number eleven seed Maine Black Bears will take on the sixth place… Continue reading Hockey East Opening Round Preview

Friday’s Three Hockey East Stars

Reading, MA – It was just another Friday night in Hockey East action across New England. The second to last night of the regular season was packed full of athletic saves, highlight-reel goals, and shocking outcomes, just like the previous 22 HEA nights on each school’s schedule. Parity has been a god-send to the conference this… Continue reading Friday’s Three Hockey East Stars

Dop, Eagles Spoil Minutemen Party Plans

Chestnut Hill, MA – The Massachusetts Minutemen only needed to wrangle a single point from the Boston College Eagles on Friday to earn their second Hockey East regular-season title in the last four seasons. Eagles forward Jack McBain and goalie Erik Dop had other plans for the evening. McBain’s third-period goal was the difference maker as Dop turned back 25 of 26 Minutemen volleys to deny… Continue reading Dop, Eagles Spoil Minutemen Party Plans

McBain A Pain for Maine

Chestnut Hill, MA – The Maine Black Bears fell behind by three goals in the opening ten minutes of play against the Boston College Eagles in front of 3,177 at Conte Forum on Thursday night. In the first two periods, senior center Jack McBain powered the Eagles to a 6-2 win by netting a hat-trick. The Minnesota Wild draft pick has 19 points in 12 games… Continue reading McBain A Pain for Maine

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

A Tale of Two Halves

Lowell, MA. – The visiting Boston College Eagles rode their “second” line to a 4-3 victory over the UMass-Lowell River Hawks on Saturday night at Tsongas Arena. Nine total points for Jack McBain, Nikita Nesterenko, Colby Ambrosio, and Drew Helleson. McBain and Helleson each had a goal and two assists to power BC past UML. Spencer Knight made 29 saves for the Eagles. His counter-part Owen Savory had… Continue reading A Tale of Two Halves

Eagles Stars Shine Brighter vs UMass

Chestnut Hill, MA – Boston College and Jack McBain picked up where they left off nine months ago when COVID-19 abruptly shutdown NCAA Ice Hockey. McBain’s two-goal night, coupled with 30 saves by goalie Spencer Knight powered the # 2 ranked Eagles past # 7 University of Massachusetts Minutemen 4-3 at Conte Forum. Michael Hardman and Matt Boldy (GWG) each added a tally to outpace the Minutemen. Freshman Josh… Continue reading Eagles Stars Shine Brighter vs UMass

BC Throttles Harvard in Beanpot Consolation

Boston, MA — The Boston College Eagles soared to a lopsided 7-2 victory over the Harvard Crimson in the consolation game of the 68th Annual Beanpot tournament. Four second period goals by the Eagles was enough to put the game out of reach. Sophomore Jack McBain had two goals, freshman Matt Boldy had three points, while classmate Spencer Knight made 26 saves to pace the Eagles to their… Continue reading BC Throttles Harvard in Beanpot Consolation