Julius Mattila recorded his first career hat-trick for the Eagles, scoring in all three periods, and Logan Hutsko also netted a goal as BC cruised to a 4-0 win over Connecticut Thursday night.
David Cotton netted a goal and an assist, and Jack McBain and Patrick Giles both logged their first collegiate points in the Eagles’ three-goal win over Vermont. BC has now beaten the Catamounts five-straight times.
Having lost their first three games of the season for the first time since the 1930s, the Eagles return home desperate for a win against St. Cloud State—a team that swept BC last season.
Oliver Wahlstrom and Christopher Brown both recorded two goals, and the Eagles were 3-for-5 on the power play in a dominant exhibition win over New Brunswick to start the 2018 season.
Despite coming out strong in overtime, BC watched rival BU score the game winner with four minutes left, knocking the Eagles out of both the Hockey East Tournament and likely a potential NCAA berth.
With nothing to play for other than its atypical senior class—graduate transfer Kevin Lohan and managers Chuck Van Kula, Lucas Hurtt, and James Daly—BC capped off the season sweep of Maine.
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.