BC men’s hockey fell to UMass Lowell in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament on Wednesday after leading 4-1. With the loss, the Eagles will have to wait at least until next season to win their first Hockey East Tournament championship since 2012.
Boston College men’s hockey fell to UMass Lowell in the Hockey East Tournament semifinals after at one point leading 4-1 on Wednesday. UMass Lowell scored four total goals in the third period alone before the game entered overtime.
Powered by its sophomore trio of Matt Boldy, Alex Newhook, and Mike Hardman, BC cruised past UMass Lowell 7-1 last Friday.
Bob Thompson—who, to this day, ranks in the top 15 in all three of the Eagles’ major offensive categories—is once again returning to Chestnut Hill to coach BC, only this time as the team’s associate head coach.
With five different goal scorers—on two different goalies—Boston College men’s hockey rode its way to a convincing 5-2 win over Massachusetts Lowell to maintain its lead over Hockey East.