People say Kieran Millan exudes confidence, just in an uncommon way. Millan doesn’t radiate the kind of glowing personality that puts him at home in any situation. Just the opposite, he, like many college freshmen last year, found himself occasionally homesick and discomfited by college life.
The No. 10 Boston University women’s hockey team gave up a three-goal lead in the third period, but managed to still get the win in overtime against Robert Morris University, 4-3, Friday night at Walter Brown Arena.
For 64 minutes and 36.3 seconds last Friday, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team seemed to be in a pretty familiar position. The Terriers jumped to a lead, a three-goal lead in this instance, against Robert Morris University, only to squander that advantage in the third period before a tie score sent the game into overtime.
With less than a week until it officially began its national championship defense, the Boston University men’s hockey team took down the U.S. National Under-18 Team, 3-2, Saturday night at Agganis Arena.
Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker has stressed it. So has junior captain Kevin Shattenkirk: This is a new season. It’s time to turn the page.