More often than not in hockey, the team that wins the battles down around the net is the team that wins the game. Saturday night was no exception.
After a month on the road, the Boston University women’s hockey team is coming home on a high. The No. 10 Terriers culminated their grueling five-game road trip with a 3-1 victory over conference nemesis Providence College on Saturday.
Friday morning, Jack Parker had an idea. After Friday’s 5-4 overtime win against the No. 8/9 University of Massachusetts-Lowell, it looked like the No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey coach’s idea might change his team’s entire season.
The No. 8/9 University of Massachusetts-Lowell forced the No. 4 Boston University men’s hockey team to play its game, Friday night, but the Terriers were efficient enough with the chances they did get to squeak out a 5-4 victory in overtime at Tsongas Arena.