The Eagles have always been one of the younger teams in Hockey East, but in the past two years they have failed to turn their potential into results.
Over his 13-year career, Boston College men’s hockey forward J.D. Dudek learned to keep his poise, skate with his head up, and make the extra pass.
Boston College sophomore Zach Sanford has decided to forgo his remaining two years of eligibility and sign with the Washington Capitals.
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.
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.
BC came out on top in a penalty-filled affair in Burlington, Vt., moving into first place after goals by Teddy Doherty, Austin Cangelosi, and Zach Sanford.
Even strength, power play, penalty shot, and shorthanded. The Eagles scored in every way imaginable in a rout of the Warriors.
There had never been a 1-0 game in the Beanpot, until Alex Tuch made history with a top shelf shot on Sean Maguire.