The Eagles had six different goal scorers on the day against the Saints to punch a ticket to St. Charles, Mo. for the 2017 Frozen Four.
Two minutes into double overtime, Andie Anastos rebounded Kenzie Kent’s shot and found the back of the net, propelling BC to a 4-3 win over Vermont and sending it to Sunday’s Hockey East final.
The Eagles, who had conceded just eight power play goals all season before Tuesday night, gave up two to Boston University in the second period. It took a ferocious third period for BC to rescue the lead and secure the win.
Caitrin Lonergan capped off a 2-goal third period Eagles’ performance, clinching a spot in the Beanpot final. BC’s chance to defend its title is still alive.
BC tacked on its sixth straight victory, defeating Merrimack 4-1 on Wednesday night. Four different Eagles lit the lamp in the dominant performance.
The Eagles exploded for six goals and Katie Burt had a near-shutout in BC’s statement win over Dartmouth on Wednesday night.
The name of the game for BC was offense during its game against Providence. Six players combined for eight goals in the Eagles’ convincing 8-0 victory over the Friars.
The Eagles looked strong entering the final 20 minutes, but goaltender Katie Burt and the BC defense collapsed in a 5-3 loss to rival Boston University.
Boston College women’s hockey swept Connecticut over the weekend, scoring eight goals over two games and allowing just one to extend its win streak to three games.
Katie Crowley will call on her sophomore class to step up and fill crucial roles left behind by Alex Carpenter and Co. Their success will determine the fate of Boston College women’s hockey in 2016-17.