The Eagles have suffered through a disappointing season, but enter the Beanpot looking for some redemption after suffering consecutive first-round losses the past two seasons.
The Eagles shuffled their lines a lot over the first five games—all losses—but have since settled on a David Cotton-led first line that has lifted BC to three straight wins and a sweep of Vermont.
Oliver Wahlstrom and Christopher Brown both recorded two goals, and the Eagles were 3-for-5 on the power play in a dominant exhibition win over New Brunswick to start the 2018 season.
Despite BC’s Logan Hutsko netting a third period hat trick, the Eagles went winless in the Beanpot for the second consecutive year after a 5-4 overtime loss to Harvard on Monday night.
In their final game of the Ice Vegas Invitational, the Eagles faltered on special teams, giving up a game-tying power-play goal in the third period, and going 0-of-6 on the power play themselves.
Less than 24 hours after falling to Michigan Tech in the first round of the Ice Vegas Tournament, BC will play Northern Michigan in the consolation game on Saturday evening.
After giving up three goals in the opening period, BC stormed back to make it a one-score game on two separate occasions, before ultimately dropping the first round affair.
With Joseph Woll representing the United States in the IIHF World Junior Championship, head coach Jerry York turned to backup Ryan Edquist on Saturday. The sophomore didn’t disappoint, holding the Huskies scoreless.