Don’t be fooled by pretenders around the nation. The Eagles are the top team to beat in both men’s and women’s hockey.
Jerry York’s team fought back in a big way, eliminating a 4-1 deficit to get a much-needed point against No. 3 Providence.
In his return from the World Juniors, freshman superstar Colin White notched three goals to help BC men’s hockey blowout a Hockey East rival.
The Eagles kick off their second half on Friday, looking to make a final push toward the NCAA Tournament.
BC men’s hockey blew its third consecutive third period lead, falling to No. 1 Providence, 2-1 and finishing last in the Florida College Hockey Classic.
With back-to-back shutout victories of Providence and Quinnipiac, the No. 13-ranked Eagles and new head coach Kelly Doton start strong in 2015.
BC comes into the Beanpot red-hot, yet still can’t shake their underdog reputation after the season’s cold start.
Friar goaltender Allie Morse gave the Eagles all they could handle, but BC, led by Alex Carpenter’s three points, upped their unbeaten streak to 26 games.