In its last home game of the year, BC failed to snap out of its recent funk. Since the Beanpot, the Eagles are just 1-of-10 on the power play. Four of those missed opportunities came in Thursday night’s 4-1 loss to UMass-Lowell.
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…
Six different Eagles found the back of the net in a dominating victory against Hockey East’s basement dweller.
Boston College men’s hockey attacked Northeastern’s Ryan Ruck with four top-shelf goals in a 5-3 win at Kelley Rink.
Merrimack proved to be just challenging enough for BC to send the Eagles to their first overtime game of the season, ultimately finishing in a tie.
The Eagles worked out some kinks against Carleton University, using a superb power play to win, 4-3.
After a tragic year in BC sports, fans deserve something to smile about.
BC hockey was a contender from the beginning of the season, but its depth along the blue line has made the Eagles into national championship favorites.
Goaltenders Thatcher Demko and Danny Tirone both played great, but Ryan Fitzgerald’s last-second faceoff win was what led to an Eagles victory.