Hockey East

Minutemen Pull Major Upset on Friars

The University of Massachusetts has long been a doormat Hockey East program. The Minutemen have not finished an even .500 since 2009-2010 and have only made one trip to the NCAA Tournament, in 2007. Last season...

Eagles Edge Huskies at Conte

After a 1-5-1 start to the season, the Boston College Eagles looked dead in the water. The youthful team was blown out by Wisconsin, St. Cloud, and Denver, and barely edged by Providence. Head coach Jerry York ...

Huskies Clobber Terriers in Boston War

The Boston University Terriers hosted their cross-town rival, the Northeastern University Huskies, on Saturday night. The Terriers had a chance to get four conference points and climb over .500 on the season af...

Denver Dominates Eagles, Sweeps Boston

The Denver Pioneers walked into Conte Forum on Saturday night with the top rank in the nation. They looked to walk out with a Boston sweep. The Pioneers edged #6 Boston University and faced #19 Boston College f...

Pioneers Persevere on Terrier Ice

October rarely brings postseason-caliber hockey. Teams are getting used to the new players and trying to knock out the early season cobwebs. Occasionally, there is a show of college hockey in postseason form be...

Tigers Edge Wildcats in Overtime Grind

The New Hampshire Wildcats and Colorado College Tigers have been pleasant surprises to start the season. UNH was unbeaten going into the weekend and Colorado had the most wins of an NCHC team. Both were predict...

Mavericks Maul Terriers

Boston- Friday night saw the Minnesota State Mankato Mavericks travel to Agganis Arena for their first-ever meeting with the Boston University Terriers. They took a physical style of play into Boston and beat t...

Badgers Batter Boston College

Chestnut Hill, MA- Conte Forum played host to a marquee matchup. The #10 Wisconsin Badgers made a rare east coast trip to play the #13 Boston College Eagles on Friday night. These national contenders staged a b...

Terriers Edge Bobcats Atop York Hill

Sunday saw rain, wind, and physical hockey return to the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Connecticut. The #2 ranked Boston University Terriers traveled to play the #14th ranked Quinnipiac University Bobcats in...

New Hampshire Escapes Lowell Victorious

On March 12th, the New Hampshire Wildcats ended their 2016-2017 season at the Tsongas Center, falling 8-2 to the UMass Lowell Riverhawks. Almost seven months later, the Wildcats returned to Lowell to begin the ...