Boston College hockey head coach Jerry York and captain Marc McLaughlin met with the media on Friday ahead of Sunday’s NCAA Regional Final.
Boston College men’s hockey fell to UMass Lowell in the Hockey East Tournament semifinals after at one point leading 4-1 on Wednesday. UMass Lowell scored four total goals in the third period alone before the game entered overtime.
The Eagles jumped out with three goals in the first period and, after the Wildcats netted two in the second, eked out the win.
Boston College men’s hockey held a 2-0 lead before UMass stormed back and beat the No. 1 Eagles in overtime.
Boston College men’s hockey put up 59 shots on Maine but struggled to convert until the second period and walked away with a 3-0 win.
Alex Newhook and Mike Hardman each scored two goals and the Eagles trounced the River Hawks 7-1.