The last two seasons of the Beanpot haven’t gone smoothly for Jerry York and the Eagles, as they’ve lost four straight games for the first time since the 1970s.
The Eagles’ dreadful start to the season is part of a larger downward spiral that goes back to the end of the 2016-17 season, and is magnified even more by the recent rise of other sports like football.
Michael Kim has gone from lightly-recruited prospect to two-time team captain for BC, all thanks to a constant drive to get better on and off the ice—his hard working attitude is rivaled by few.
The Eagles have always been one of the younger teams in Hockey East, but in the past two years they have failed to turn their potential into results.
With his two goal performance on Saturday against Duluth, Teddy Doherty has solidified himself at BC as the perfect (and unique) balance between exceptional leader and dangerous player.
With a strong defensive effort and consistent pressure on Harvard’s weak blue line, the Eagles advance in the Northeast Regional Final against Duluth.
Don’t be deceived by the final score. BC men’s hockey looked thoroughly unprepared to take on Northeastern in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament.
The Eagles are looking to avoid deja vu all over again after falling 4-2 in the second game of their best-of-three quarterfinal series with Vermont.
Men’s hockey lost for the first time in 2016, failing to generate any offensive pressure in a 3-1 loss to the River Hawks.