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.
On the back of Marshall Warren’s overtime heroics, No. 19 BC men’s hockey powered past Sacred Heart by a final score of 3–2. The Eagles picked up their first win since becoming nationally ranked.
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.
BC hockey earned its first win over Northeastern this season Saturday with a chippy 3–2 victory. Marshall Warren broke the 2–2 tie with his first goal of the season.
A new era of BC men’s hockey will begin as Greg Brown coaches his first game behind the bench on Friday. Brown will look to the past to shape how he leads on the Heights.
In its 100th season, Boston College men’s hockey had its curtain call, closing out the year on a 3–2 loss to Northeastern.
In the 286th Battle of Comm. Ave, Boston College men’s hockey was defeated by Boston University 6–3. Potting three goals in the first frame, the Terriers dominated the offensive battle through the final whistle.
Following its first victory in 13 games, Boston College men’s hockey dropped its second game of a home-and-home series with No. 13 Northeastern, 4–1. The Eagles saw the man advantage seven times, but failed to capitalize on any of them.
Boston College men’s hockey snapped its 49-day winless streak, defeating Northeastern 4–1. With Marc McLaughlin and Drew Helleson returning from the 2022 Olympic Games, the Eagles netted three first-period goals.
On Monday night, Boston College men’s hockey will face Northeastern in the opening round of the 2022 Beanpot Tournament held at TD Garden.