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Noonan steps up in final year

If there is one player who has been asked to do it all this season for the Boston University men’s hockey team, it is senior defenseman and captain Garrett Noonan. In every situation, whether it is a power play, penalty kill or key moment at the end of the game, Noonan has been called upon […]

Men’s hockey wins 1st road game of year

It looks like all the Boston University men’s hockey team needed to win on the road was to play as close as it could to home, as the Terriers topped No. 9 Northeastern University 4-2 to finally earn their first road win of the season Saturday night at Matthews Arena. The victory also marked the Terriers’ (10-20-4, […]

Women’s hockey victorious in playoff opener

In the quarterfinal game of the Hockey East playoffs Saturday afternoon, the Boston University women’s hockey team took on Providence College at Walter Brown Arena. When the final buzzer sounded, there were plenty of handshakes and hugs to go around, as the Terriers (22-12-1, 14-7-0 Hockey East) defeated the Friars (11-24-0, 6-15-0 Hockey East) 3-2, and advanced […]

Lane excels in 2nd game of weekend sweep

Friday night was special for the Boston University men’s hockey team. It celebrated its seniors, it honored former coach Jack Parker and it won its first game in nearly a month. Sophomore wing Matt Lane sat on the bench as a spectator for all of it. While he was dressed for the game, a disciplinary action […]

BU, Providence rivalry continues in playoff game

The Boston University women’s hockey team’s nail-biting 3-2 victory over Providence College Saturday afternoon was just another chapter in a rivalry that has given rise to a number of tight games over the past few seasons. The origin of this feud can be traced all the way back to the 2011-12 Hockey East Championship Game. […]