Despite BC’s Logan Hutsko netting a third period hat trick, the Eagles went winless in the Beanpot for the second consecutive year after a 5-4 overtime loss to Harvard on Monday night.
In their final game of the Ice Vegas Invitational, the Eagles faltered on special teams, giving up a game-tying power-play goal in the third period, and going 0-of-6 on the power play themselves.
Per usual, a handful of Eagles made their way to the penalty box on Saturday night. But, uncharacteristically, head coach Jerry York’s team faltered on the kill against the defending national champions.
BC will have to navigate its home opener against Quinnipiac without its top five leading scorers from last season.
This offseason, BC lost all five of last year’s leading scorers. On Saturday, a handful of guys made a case to replace them.
Just like Mike Krzyzewski and Duke men’s basketball, Jerry York and BC men’s hockey will bounce right back to winning ways next year after a disappointingly early end to the 2016-17 season.
Without a lead for the first 56 minutes of the game, Chris Calnan’s third-period goal capped off an emotional comeback for the Eagles against the Irish in their final Hockey East matchup.
Six different Eagles found the back of the net in a dominating victory against Hockey East’s basement dweller.
Boston College men’s hockey found it difficult to convert on power plays and break past Boston University’s tough defenseman in the Eagles’ 3-0 loss to the Terriers.
A wild third period swung the Fighting Hawks’ way in the College Hockey Showdown.