A strong season for Boston College hockey came to an abrupt end Sunday with a 4-1 loss to St. Cloud State in the NCAA Tournament Regionals. The Eagles jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first period but failed to score for the remainder of the game.
BC men’s hockey fell to UMass Lowell in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament on Wednesday after leading 4-1. With the loss, the Eagles will have to wait at least until next season to win their first Hockey East Tournament championship since 2012.
Casey Carreau and Matt Boldy each scored third period goals and the Eagles beat Northeastern 4-2.
Boston College men’s hockey senior Michael Karow went 119 games without a goal before lighting the lamp in BC’s 6-2 win over Northeastern.
Spencer Knight made his debut and stopped 20 of 21 shots, while four different BC players—both returners and newcomers—found the back of the net in a win over New Brunswick on Saturday afternoon.
BC men’s hockey couldn’t quite complete a comeback in the Hockey East Final, falling 3-2 to No. 6 Northeastern Friday night and seeing its NCAA Tournament hopes come to an end in the process.
Logan Hutsko scored the game-winning goal with eight minutes to play, as the Eagles beat Providence 2-1 on Sunday to advance to the Hockey East semifinals at T.D. Garden.
After a scoreless first period, UMass Lowell erupted for three goals in the second period while Riverhawks goalkeeper Tyler Wall finished with 28 saves, as UMass Lowell beat BC 3-0 Saturday night.
After falling behind 1-0, the Eagles responded with a trio of goals from unique scorers and knocked off the Huskies for their third win in their last four games.