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.
Coming off their thrilling win in the Beanpot, the Eagles now return to their regular schedule to play 11th-place Merrimack in a weekend home-and-home.
The Eagles crushed the Warriors in the first collegiate meeting between the two programs, setting Katie Crowley’s squad up for a date with the Harvard Crimson.
The Eagles kick off their second half on Friday, looking to make a final push toward the NCAA Tournament.
Although the two teams combined for 89 penalty minutes, the Eagles topped Merrimack thanks to Alex Tuch and a revamped line of Destry Straight, Ryan Fitzgerald, and Matthew Gaudreau.