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New Hampshire pushes past men’s hockey

The University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team outshot Boston University Monday afternoon. While that generally unexceptional stat does not say much about the game, a deeper look does. The Wildcats took just one shot during BU’s lone man advantage of the game after 1:56 of the Terriers passing the puck but failing to register a chance. That lone […]

Collier tallies 1st-career goal in loss

Boston University freshman forward Brendan Collier has a big following at the men’s hockey team’s home games. The Charlestown native said he has between 10 and 30 family members and friends at Agganis Arena for any given home game. While the Terriers fans did not have much to cheer about during Monday evening’s 3-1 loss […]

Sperry leads Terriers to 2 wins

The shots never stopped against Boston University women’s hockey senior goaltender Kerrin Sperry this weekend. Period after period during the Terriers’ home-and-home series against Providence College, the goaltender stopped puck after puck at each chance she had. Sperry could not be broken all weekend. Though the Terriers (21-10-1, 14-5-0 Hockey East) were outshot by the […]

BU eyes two-game set with UNH

When the Boston University men’s hockey team takes on the University of New Hampshire in a home-and-home series this weekend, it will be going up against the best power play in Hockey East contests. Perhaps the matchup will help the Terriers (8-16-4, 3-8-3 Hockey East) rekindle their own power play, which is currently scoreless in […]

Providence to play women’s hockey for 2 weekend games

The time to catch fire before the Hockey East playoffs has come for the Boston University women’s hockey team. Following a heartbreaking 3-2 overtime loss to Harvard University in the consolation game of the Beanpot, the Terriers will look to heat up in a home-and-home weekend series against Providence College. “We played well,” said BU […]