The Eagles struck first but couldn’t seal the deal in yet another close loss to UMass Lowell on Friday night.
In a double-overtime thriller, Boston College lost to Comm. Ave. rival Boston University 5-4 in the first round of the Beanpot tournnament on Monday night.
After a 4-3 win over BU earlier in the season, BC is set to take on the Terriers once again to open the 68th Beanpot tournament.
The Eagles shut out UMass 3-0 to earn a tie for the top spot in the Hockey East conference on Friday night.
The Eagles went to overtime against Maine for the second straight night, only to be upset by the Black Bears twice in one weekend.
If you were to only watch the first period of Boston College men’s hockey’s matchup on Saturday, you would see that BC was the far more dominant team. The Eagles played well to start the game, getting excellent chances against Maine, but goaltender Jeremy Swayman denied each of their shots. BC failed to capitalize on…
The Eagles were quick to capitalize when BU’s defense wasn’t set, leading to a 4-3 victory in a game where they struggled to convert power plays.
The Eagles took down BU in a down-to-the-wire game that will be the preview of the first matchup in February’s Beanpot tournament.
When No. 13 UMass Lowell put the puck past freshman goalie Spencer Knight for the second time in 71 seconds to open the game, things were not looking good for the Eagles. The two goals by the Riverhawks, one at 36 seconds into the first period and another coming just over 30 seconds after, were…