Kings Slide Further

Anze Kopitar has scored a point in the last nine games (prior to Thursday), the longest such streak of his career. The Kings have lost four of those games, won one, and gained an OT point. The last three, thoug...

Lowell Claims Hockey East Crown Over BC

The UMass Lowell Riverhawks and the Boston College Eagles arrived at championship Saturday of the Hockey East Tournament on different paths but looking for the same thing, the Hockey East championship. Lowell w...

BC Scrapes By BU, Not Without Controversy

Whenever the Boston University Terriers and Boston College Eagles get together, fireworks ensue. Play the game in the Boston Garden and make it the Hockey East Semi-Finals and those fireworks get cranked up to ...

Northeastern Closes Out UConn

As the winds howled on the streets of Boston, the second day of the Hockey East playoffs got underway. The University of Connecticut Huskies took to the ice at Matthews Arena looking to extend their season. All...

Terriers Outlast Irish, Split Hockey East Crown

On Friday night, the Boston University Terriers fell to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and lost their chance to win the Hockey East regular season title outright. When the teams met again in Boston on Saturday, ...

Havard Claims Beanpot Over Terriers

In 1993, the Boston College Eagles lost in the consolation game of the Beanpot and the Harvard Crimson won their 10th championship. Since then, BC has avoided last place and Harvard has been stuck on 10. On Mon...

Northeastern Scrapes By Eagles in Beanpot Consolation

Before the Beanpot Title could be decided, there was one more game to play, the consolation match. This year's game was between the Boston College Eagles and the Northeastern University Huskies. Both teams were...

Ducks Drop Bruins

The Ducks roared out to a lead so quick that Phil Hulett didn’t get one goal call made when the crowd in Honda Center erupted in a cheer that drowned him out. It was about four minutes gone, and the Ducks were ...

Ducks Best B’s

The twins were split up! That was the big news on Saturday as the Ducks went down 5-1 against San Jose after dropping a weak and uncoordinated effort to Chicago on Friday last. The reason Getzlaf and Perry were...