Boston College men’s hockey fell to Boston University 6–3 Friday night in the 289th edition of the Battle of Comm. Ave.
On the back of Marshall Warren’s overtime heroics, No. 19 BC men’s hockey powered past Sacred Heart by a final score of 3–2. The Eagles picked up their first win since becoming nationally ranked.
Despite Benson’s performance in the net for BC, the Eagles fell to Providence 2–1 in an overtime shootout.
On the backs of Cutter Gauthier, who recorded one goal and one assist, and Mitch Benson, who registered 23 saves, Boston College men’s hockey coasted to a 4–2 win over Brown on the road.
To follow up Greg Brown’s first career win as head coach, BC men’s hockey took a trip to Northeastern and skated to a 3–3 tie.
Boston College men’s hockey defeated New Hampshire on Saturday en route to Greg Brown’s first win as the Eagles’ head coach.
A new era of BC men’s hockey will begin as Greg Brown coaches his first game behind the bench on Friday. Brown will look to the past to shape how he leads on the Heights.
Boston College men’s hockey snapped its 49-day winless streak, defeating Northeastern 4–1. With Marc McLaughlin and Drew Helleson returning from the 2022 Olympic Games, the Eagles netted three first-period goals.
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.