Austin Cangelosi scored the fastest goal in Hockey East playoff history en route to the Eagles’ 7-0 blowout over Vermont.
The Eagles jumped out to an early 3-0 lead, but they allowed two goals in the third period against Vermont, ultimately settling for one point in a 3-3 tie.
Hampus Gustafsson tallied three goals in the Warriors’ 6-3 win at Kelley Rink, their first since 1997.
The Eagles’ depth showed on Saturday night against Notre Dame. Three Different lines contributed to the six-goal outburst, which ultimately lifted BC over its storied rival.
Against BC, UConn fired 70 shots, 43 of which were on net, but the Eagles held strong for a tight 2-1 victory.
Boston College men’s hockey found it difficult to convert on power plays and break past Boston University’s tough defenseman in the Eagles’ 3-0 loss to the Terriers.
Four Eagles returned from World Juniors play to lift No. 8 BC over Providence in the Frozen Fenway matchup.
The No. 11 Crimson put the hurt on men’s hockey in a 5-2 loss at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
The Eagles’ incredible depth among freshmen showed off again, as Zach Walker and Ron Greco found the twine against No. 14 PC.
The Eagles killed off eight of the nine power plays they faced, but men’s hockey beat reporter Michael Hoff believes that’s still far too many.