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Men’s hockey shut out by Fighting Irish

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — With 33 seconds left in the second frame, senior captain Garrett Noonan skated out onto the ice for his shift. What happened after he got out there, though, is something the Boston University men’s hockey team will need to check the tape to answer. Regardless of what the video shows, though, […]

Women’s hockey seniors honored during final home game

It was an emotional afternoon at Walter Brown Arena as the Boston University women’s hockey team seniors were honored during pregame festivities before an uncharacteristic 5-1 loss against rival No. 5/6 Boston College. The scene prior to the start of the game was a ceremonious one, as senior forwards Louise Warren, Taylor Holze and Meghan […]

Men’s hockey fails to score in 2 weekend games

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Seventy-two years. That’s how long it has been since the last time the Boston University men’s hockey team was shut out in back-to-back games. The 1941-42 Terriers lost 8-0 to Yale University before dropping a contest with Princeton University 3-0 three days later. That was until Saturday night, when BU generated […]

After travel nightmare, BU set for 2 at Notre Dame

If the Boston University men’s hockey team is going to revive its season, give itself a fighting chance of making any noise as the Hockey East prepares for the postseason, it will have to do it 800 miles from Boston. This weekend the Terriers will visit South Bend, Ind., where they will play two games […]

Poulin propels Canada to gold medal

At this time last year, forward Marie-Philip Poulin and the Boston University women’s hockey team were on a run that eventually saw the Terriers reach the Frozen Four and National Championship Game in Minnesota. Today, Poulin is an Olympic hero for Canada. After Poulin scored the tying goal with 54.4 seconds remaining in the third […]