The Eagles launched 41 shots at Arizona State goaltender Joey Daccord—a season-high—in a 3-1 victory at Kelley Rink.
Boston College men’s hockey traveled to Amherst to take on the University of Massachusetts this weekend, escaping with a 7-4 victory.
The Eagles finally broke through on the power play after going 0-for-23 in their first four games, taking down NCHC opponent Colorado College, 4-1, in the home opener.
Christopher Brown notched his first career multi-goal game as the Eagles beat the Badgers in a barnstormer, 8-5.
The Eagles worked out some kinks against Carleton University, using a superb power play to win, 4-3.
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.
Sure, BC needs to stop taking penalties. But if the team can kill them off like it did against UMass Lowell, that won’t matter.
BC came out on top in a penalty-filled affair in Burlington, Vt., moving into first place after goals by Teddy Doherty, Austin Cangelosi, and Zach Sanford.
Even strength, power play, penalty shot, and shorthanded. The Eagles scored in every way imaginable in a rout of the Warriors.