Boston College men’s hockey fell to Boston University 6–3 Friday night in the 289th edition of the Battle of Comm. Ave.
Brown Cites Lack of Discipline as Reason for Eagles’ Second Straight Loss to Vermont
Boston College men’s hockey couldn’t top Vermont in Conte Forum Saturday night, as Vermont outdueled BC in the special teams battle en route to a 3–2 BC loss.
Eagles Tie Vermont 1–1 Through Overtime, Fall in Shootout
Coming off an overtime victory over Sacred Heart, BC men’s hockey picked up a Hockey East tie against Vermont on Friday night, but lost in the shootout.
Eagles Hand No. 7 BU 9–6 Loss on Jerry York Night
Boston College men’s hockey defeated Boston University 9–6 Saturday night in Conte Forum on Jerry York night. BC honored York with a tribute video during the first and second period intermission.
Argentina’s Shootout Goal Earns BC Extra Hockey East Point
Boston College men’s hockey defeated Providence Saturday in a shootout, just a day after falling to the Friars in similar fashion on Friday
Eagles Tie Providence Behind Stellar Performance From Benson in Regulation, Fall In Shootout 2–1
Despite Benson’s performance in the net for BC, the Eagles fell to Providence 2–1 in an overtime shootout.
Gauthier Leads BC’s Offense As Eagles Capture 4–2 Win Over Brown
On the backs of Cutter Gauthier, who recorded one goal and one assist, and Mitch Benson, who registered 23 saves, Boston College men’s hockey coasted to a 4–2 win over Brown on the road.
Jellvik Scores on Power Play to Hand BC Second Consecutive Home Win￼
Boston College men’s hockey earned it second consecutive home win Tuesday with a victory over No. 13 UMass Lowell.
Eagles Give Up Late Three-Goal Lead, Concede Hockey East Point in Shootout
Led by two goals from Cutter Gauthier, the Eagles had a three-goal lead with 10 minutes to play, but Northeastern tied things up in regulation and edged out BC in a shootout.
Undisciplined First-Period Play Costs BC in Loss to Merrimack
The Eagles lacked energy in the first period of their game against Merrimack on Saturday and were never able to recover, falling to the Warriors 5–2.