Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot… BU downs Harvard 5-2

Boston, MA – Just 1.9 miles separates Boston University’s Agganis Arena and Harvard University’s Bright-Landry Arena on the Boston bank of the Charles River. That’s the closet distance between two NCAA Division 1 opponents. The two schools are one of the oldest rivalries in college hockey as well, dating back to 1922-23. Coming into Tuesday night’s 158th meeting the Terriers held the 80-70-7…… Continue reading Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot… BU downs Harvard 5-2

Chaffee, Minutemen outlast Terriers 4-1

Amherst, MA – The back half of this weekend’s home and home series between Boston University and the University of Massachusetts wasn’t as fast paced and exciting as the game at Agganis Arena on Friday. However, the 5,583 on hand at the Mullins Center were treated to a classic, chippy, gritty Hockey East battle that culminated…… Continue reading Chaffee, Minutemen outlast Terriers 4-1

Tucker, Terriers Hold On for 4-3 Win

Boston, MA – The Massachusetts Minutemen fired 52 shots on Boston University‘s Sam Tucker, as he backstopped the Terriers to their first win in November. One of the youngest teams in NCAA hockey, Boston U., has struggled to hold onto leads this season. Coming into the third period with a 4-0 lead, BU almost squandered away the game as Tucker…… Continue reading Tucker, Terriers Hold On for 4-3 Win

Recurring Theme for Terriers as River Hawks Pull Back a Point

Lowell, MA – Hockey East action kicked off for both the Boston University Terriers and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell River Hawks. With two conference points up for grabs this game had the intensity that the conference has been known for since it’s inception 36 years ago. Tonight’s game would not disappoint unless you bleed BU scarlet red. The Terriers had…… Continue reading Recurring Theme for Terriers as River Hawks Pull Back a Point