It’s beginning to seem as if even three-goal deficits are just small bumps for the Boston University men’s hockey team to roll past on the road to the postseason.
The No. 1/2 Boston University men’s hockey team, which bludgeoned the University of Massachusetts-Amherst by a combined 13-5 score in a pair of games this weekend, tried out a new look for its power-play unit.
With the Boston University women’s hockey team’s rousing sweep of last weekend’s home-and-home series with Northeastern University by the scores of 3-0 and 8-1, respectively, predictions for tomorrow’s Hockey East quarterfinal matchup between the same two squads can be based on two different schools of thought.
The top-ranked team in college hockey is in a slump. At least it thinks it is.
Terrier senior forward and co-captain Gina Kearns became the first Boston University women’s hockey player ever to amass 100 career points after assisting on sophomore linemate Jillian Kirchner’s goal in the first period Sunday against Northeastern.