The Eagles dominated the Warriors in a 4-0 victory at home on Thursday afternoon to take game one of the best-of-three series.
Hampus Gustafsson tallied three goals in the Warriors’ 6-3 win at Kelley Rink, their first since 1997.
After Joseph Woll allowed three goals in the first 10 minutes, Eagles are in a precarious position this title season, losing 3-1 to Merrimack at home for the first time in almost 20 years.
BC tacked on its sixth straight victory, defeating Merrimack 4-1 on Wednesday night. Four different Eagles lit the lamp in the dominant performance.
Captain Andie Anastos fueled a weekend sweep of Merrimack, giving the Eagles a pair of wins and the second-longest undefeated streak in the country.
Merrimack proved to be just challenging enough for BC to send the Eagles to their first overtime game of the season, ultimately finishing in a tie.
The Eagles get started against Hockey East competition against the Merrimack Warriors. Here’s what to expect from them on Tuesday night in North Andover.
Though small in stature, Austin Cangelosi’s leadership, skill on faceoffs, and dirty penalty shots have made him BC men’s hockey’s most dangerous forward.
The Warriors pulled their goalie in the last minute of regulation and scored the equalizer to avoid a weekend sweep against the Eagles.
Even strength, power play, penalty shot, and shorthanded. The Eagles scored in every way imaginable in a rout of the Warriors.