The Boston University men’s hockey team hung tough with No. 14/15 Boston College for two periods Saturday night, but the Eagles overpowered the Terriers in the third, scoring three unanswered goals to earn a 4-1 victory at Agganis Arena.
Trailing 2-1 with 14:22 remaining in the third period, Boston College junior forward Joe Whitney was so wide open from the left slot, he invoked the name of New York City’s most famous street to describe the look that led to BC’s third goal.
The Boston University men’s hockey team showcased its resiliency last week in come-from-behind efforts against Harvard University, 6-5, and No. 7 Cornell University, 3-3.
The No. 10 Boston University women’s hockey team will square off with University of Connecticut for the first time this season in back-to-back games this weekend.
On the ice, freshman forward Jill Cardella of the Boston University women’s ice hockey team has blasted the puck into the back of the net and set up her teammates with goal scoring opportunities. Off the ice, she has garnered Hockey East accolade after Hockey East accolade in her first season for the Terriers.