With his two goal performance on Saturday against Duluth, Teddy Doherty has solidified himself at BC as the perfect (and unique) balance between exceptional leader and dangerous player.
With a 3-2 victory over the University of Minnesota Duluth, the Eagles are bound for Tampa for a chance at their sixth title.
Don’t be deceived by the final score. BC men’s hockey looked thoroughly unprepared to take on Northeastern in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament.
Vermont goaltender Packy Munson did a great job quelling BC’s attack, but the Eagles simply had too much talent for the Catamounts to handle.
The Eagles take on Vermont for a weekend series in the Hockey East quarterfinals. What do they need to do to return to TD Garden on the path to hoisting another Lamoriello Trophy?
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.
Men’s hockey lost for the first time in 2016, failing to generate any offensive pressure in a 3-1 loss to the River Hawks.
Sure, BC needs to stop taking penalties. But if the team can kill them off like it did against UMass Lowell, that won’t matter.
After two goals from Ryan Fitzgerald and some outstanding goaltending by Thatcher Demko on Senior Night, the Eagles will bring the Bertagna Cup back to Chestnut Hill.