Just like last year, the Eagles will face off against Boston University in the Hockey East Tournament Semifinals on Friday night, looking to reach their second-consecutive conference championship.
Dempsey Arsenault recorded a career-high five goals and Sam Apuzzo moved atop the nation’s scoring list with eight points, as BC steamrolled over Boston University for its second-straight 12-plus goal win.
After Daryl Watts tallied a goal in the waning minutes of the third period, Toni Ann Miano netted the game-winner in overtime to crown the Eagles Beanpot Champions for the third year in a row.
Boston University men’s hockey has had an up-and-down season, but enters having recorded a point in each of its last six games as they look for Beanpot title No. 31.
Boston University women’s hockey is looking for it’s first Beanpot championship since 1981, but currently sit three games under .500 as the Terriers have had an underwhelming season thus far.
The third-ranked Eagles are the obvious team to beat in the 40th edition of the Beanpot, but they’ll face stiff competition in the opening round—and anything can happen in the historic tournament.