The Eagles also snapped a 22-game non-conference losing streak, as freshmen Jack McBain and Patrick Giles scored and the penalty kill was superb all night long, holding the Crimson to an 0-for-4 mark on the man advantage.
Joe Woll turned in a stellar performance for the Eagles with 25 saves, and BC executed on the power play, finishing 1-of-4 on the man advantage for the night in its 4-1 win over Providence.
The Eagles got goals from four different players, but couldn’t hold off an inspired New Hampshire attack, which notched six goals over the final two periods to beat BC.
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 being outshot for the second night in a row, the Eagles escaped Kelley Rink with another one-goal victory, outlasting 10th-seeded Merrimack and, in effect, booking a trip to TD Garden.
Graduate transfer Kevin Lohan scored his first two goals of the season, and, as a whole, the Eagles tallied six in the final two frames, running away with their third-straight Hockey East regular season title.
The Eagles conceded a pair of rebound goals in the final two frames of Monday evening’s first round Beanpot contest, ultimately suffering a 3-0 shutout at the hands of Northeastern.