DURHAM, N.H. — Danny Tirone slammed his stick down in frustration, echoing the obscenities from the New Hampshire men’s hockey faithful. For the second time against Boston College, Hockey East’s infamous, often-bumbling referees hadn’t a clue whether a puck should have counted. On the first one, there was no doubt that Colin White found the…
BC hockey was a contender from the beginning of the season, but its depth along the blue line has made the Eagles into national championship favorites.
The Eagles look to avoid a letdown in the game before the Beanpot. But this isn’t your mama’s UNH squad.
The Eagles kick off their second half on Friday, looking to make a final push toward the NCAA Tournament.
In their final non-conference game of the year, the Eagles slipped away with an overtime win against America East opponent New Hampshire.
The Eagles worked around the loss of junior Chris Calnan, dominating the Wildcats offensively for in a rout in Durham, N.H.
Three assists by Kristyn Capizzano and two goals from Haley Skarupa lift the Eagles over New Hampshire in a 6-1 win.