Notre Dame announced its withdrawal from the NCAA Tournament on Thursday to send Boston College men’s hockey to the NCAA regional final.
BC men’s hockey fell to UMass Lowell in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament on Wednesday after leading 4-1. With the loss, the Eagles will have to wait at least until next season to win their first Hockey East Tournament championship since 2012.
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.
Boston College men’s hockey has dominated the Hockey East Association in more ways than one this season. The Eagles finished atop the Hockey East Power Index—suffering just four losses, two of which came in overtime—and on Tuesday, the Eagles added to their laundry list of accolades. BC swept the three Hockey East major awards. Head…
The Eagles jumped out with three goals in the first period and, after the Wildcats netted two in the second, eked out the win.
Casey Carreau and Matt Boldy each scored third period goals and the Eagles beat Northeastern 4-2.
Spencer Knight and the Eagles defense held strong during the first sixty minutes but came apart with a costly mistake in OT.
Boston College men’s hockey held a 2-0 lead before UMass stormed back and beat the No. 1 Eagles in overtime.
BC’s relentless pressure on net, ability to kill off power plays, and physicality fueled their dominance over the Black Bears.