After falling to the Terriers on Saturday, Boston College men’s hockey beat BU 3–1 at home on Sunday Night in the battle of Comm. Ave.
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.
Despite the Eagles’ persistence, BC men’s hockey’s lack of experience and penalty struggles proved fatal Monday night in the Beanpot semifinal.
On Monday night in the Beanpot semifinal, Boston College men’s hockey fell short 3–1 to Northeastern after a late third period surge. Huskies’ goaltender TJ Semptimphelter stopped 41 of the 42 BC shots he faced in Devon Levi’s replacement.
On Monday night, Boston College men’s hockey will face Northeastern in the opening round of the 2022 Beanpot Tournament held at TD Garden.
To open the weekend series, Boston College men’s hockey was defeated by the No. 18 Providence College Friars 7–0 at Kelley Rink. The Eagles dropped back to .500 overall at 10–10–3.
Despite a talented roster, Boston College men’s hockey has struggled to hold onto momentum this season and notably lacks series sweeps.
For the first time in nearly three full weeks, Boston College men’s hockey took to the ice to mark a 5–2 win over Brown. Forwards Marc McLaughlin and Patrick Giles bolstered the Eagles attack with three combined goals on the night. The Eagles advance to 8–5–2 overall and will face BU next for the battle of Commonwealth Ave.
BC’s relentless pressure on net, ability to kill off power plays, and physicality fueled their dominance over the Black Bears.
Boston College men’s hockey put up 59 shots on Maine but struggled to convert until the second period and walked away with a 3-0 win.