After posting back-to-back 7-2 routs of the University of Michigan and the University of Vermont, the No. 3 Boston University men’s hockey team proved not only that it can win on the road, but that it can win coming from behind.
It’s not often that a player is presented with an opportunity to redeem himself during the course of a game.
The Boston University men’s hockey team made it through a treacherous October schedule with ease, cruising to wins over four ranked opponents and avoiding the dismal start that plagued the team last season.
After a full month of play, the No. 7 Boston University women’s hockey team still hasn’t lost in conference play.
By nabbing what turned out to be a shootout victory from the jaws of defeat with 11 seconds left in the third period of Saturday’s game against Providence College at Walter Brown Arena, the No. 7 Boston University women’s hockey team did what it has done all season: come through in the clutch.
The No. 7 Boston University women’s hockey team continued its winning ways Saturday at Walter Brown Arena, tying Providence College in regulation before earning a 4-3 shootout victory.
Thirteen current members of the Boston University men’s hockey team have their rights owned by National Hockey League clubs, with senior co-captain Matt Gilroy likely the 14th to don a top-tier professional sweater one day.
One week removed from its first-ever win over the University of New Hampshire, the No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team solidified its position as a team deserving of national recognition last night with a 3-2 shootout victory over the No. 5 Wildcats at the Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H.
The Boston University men’s hockey team has risen to the occasion against a brutal early season schedule, winning three games against ranked opponents before the calendar turns to November.
The No. 8 Boston University women’s hockey team will look to stay hot in conference play tonight against the No. 5 University of New Hampshire at Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H.