Led by two goals from Cutter Gauthier, the Eagles had a three-goal lead with 10 minutes to play, but Northeastern tied things up in regulation and edged out BC in a shootout.
Boston College men’s hockey defeated New Hampshire on Saturday en route to Greg Brown’s first win as the Eagles’ head coach.
In the opening round of the Hockey East Tournament Wednesday, BC men’s hockey defeated New Hampshire 4–3 in overtime.
In the 286th Battle of Comm. Ave, Boston College men’s hockey was defeated by Boston University 6–3. Potting three goals in the first frame, the Terriers dominated the offensive battle through the final whistle.
Following its first victory in 13 games, Boston College men’s hockey dropped its second game of a home-and-home series with No. 13 Northeastern, 4–1. The Eagles saw the man advantage seven times, but failed to capitalize on any of them.
After getting out to an early three-goal lead, Harvard scored six unanswered goals to take down the Eagles Tuesday night.
BC men’s hockey battled through 60 minutes of regulation before falling short in a shootout against No. 18 Providence on Saturday.
On New Year’s Eve, No. 20 Boston College men’s hockey powered past Dartmouth to win the Ledyard Classic for the third time in program history.
Despite a talented roster, Boston College men’s hockey has struggled to hold onto momentum this season and notably lacks series sweeps.