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.
Perhaps lost in the excitement and build up of Saturday’s 3-3 tie with No. 7 Cornell University was the fact that, for the first since mid-October, the Boston University men’s hockey team played with a completely healthy and available squad.
Trailing 3-1 at the start of the third period, the Boston University men’s hockey team dominated No. 7/8 Cornell University in the final 20 minutes and forced a 3-3 tie in the second Red Hot Hockey at Madison Square Garden. Sophomore forward Chris Connolly scored the equalizer with 51 seconds remaining.
During his postgame press conference, Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker aimed to describe his team’s most positive feature during its 3-3 tie with No. 7/8 Cornell University. Try as he might to scour the English language for the perfect phrase, it simply didn’t exist.