The Eagles once had a guaranteed path to the NCAA Tournament. Now, after their seventh-straight winless game, they’re all but guaranteed to need to win the Hockey East Tournament.
With its season hanging on the brink, BC had no answers for Massachusetts Lowell’s penalty kill in a complete third-period breakdown.
Director of Athletics Brad Bates has stepped down after a five-year tenure in which the Eagles’ for-profit sports have consistently failed to win.
For the first time since January 2008, Boston College tied for the second game in a row, putting its place in the hunt for a Hockey East regular-season title in a precarious position.
With victory ripped out of their hands in the game’s final seconds, the Eagles will walk away empty-handed from Beanpot for the first time since Jerry York became the head coach.
After Joseph Woll allowed three goals in the first 10 minutes, Eagles are in a precarious position this title season, losing 3-1 to Merrimack at home for the first time in almost 20 years.
With another dreadful performance on the power play, the Eagles lost to the Terriers in the Beanpot for the first time since 2007.
Scott Savage has been consistently overshadowed by Boston College’s premier defensemen. But now, in his senior year, it’s his time to shine. And Hockey East is beginning to take notice.
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…
Without a lead for the first 56 minutes of the game, Chris Calnan’s third-period goal capped off an emotional comeback for the Eagles against the Irish in their final Hockey East matchup.