The freshman had seven points in seven games as the United States finished with the bronze medal in the World Juniors Hockey Tournament.
BC played a sloppy game against its crosstown rival, Northeastern, notching several huge penalties and going cold on offense for long stretches despite excellent defensive performances by Thatcher Demko and the penalty kill.
The Eagles nearly succumbed to Michigan State’s third period onslaught, but Miles Wood’s goal with under two minutes to play clinched BC’s eighth consecutive win.
The Eagles’ goaltender became the second goalie in the sport’s history to shut out six opponents in a seven-game span.
BC put the hurt on again, this time at the expense of the Black Bears, helping Thatcher Demko to his fifth shutout in six games.
Colin White, Teddy Doherty, and BC men’s hockey embarrassed the Minutemen in a 7-0 weeknight demolition.
Charged by Austin Cangelosi, the No. 3-ranked Eagles chased Wisconsin goaltender Adam Miller, on their way to a convincing win.
Loaded with talent, this group of nine newcomers has immediately improved BC hockey on all fronts, but York won’t call them the best ever quite yet.