The Eagles dropped a close 2-1 contest to the Warriors last night despite a valiant third-period comeback, and will be looking for some solutions offensively. They still have just six goals in five games to start the season.
For the first time since the 1936-37 season, BC has lost its first five games of the regular season, committing 10 penalties in a tough road loss to Merrimack on Friday.
Goalie Joseph Woll was able to hold off a Terrier onslaught in the first period, but even as the Eagles’ own offense got rolling, Boston University was able to capitalize on fortunate scoring opportunities.
BC hadn’t beat UMass Lowell since 2016, but used an impressive second period to knock off the River Hawks on Saturday night at Kelley Rink.
With five different goal scorers—on two different goalies—Boston College men’s hockey rode its way to a convincing 5-2 win over Massachusetts Lowell to maintain its lead over Hockey East.
BC scored five or more goals for the first time in over two months, including three in the second period alone, completing the regular season sweep of the Wildcats.
The Eagles got off to a hot start in the 275th meeting between the two teams, but the Terriers stormed back with two three-goal stretches in the first and second periods.