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Boxford native Kreider revisits thrilling end to dream hockey year with ...Wicked Local MiddletonIt was Kreider's second time playing on a sheet of ice not within a traditional hockey facility, as he also skated against Boston University at Fenway Park ...and more »
ESPNOn the trail of Babe RuthESPNThis Boston University athletic field once was the site of Braves Field, where the Babe spent his final days in the major leagues. ...
Binning a stalwart for hockey HuskiesNewsdurhamregion.comAn assistant captain in her final season, she was able to lead her team to the Hockey East tournament championship game against Boston University, ...and more »
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Sophomore Brian Flynn and senior David deKastrozza each had a goal and an assist as the Maine Black Bears topped Boston University, 5-2, in Hockey East semifinal action on Friday night at TD Garden.
UMaine pulled an upset over Boston University in the semi-final round of the Hockey East tournament. Maine will continue on to face BC tomorrow for the finals at TD Bank Garden. Listen in to UMaine coach Tim Whitehead, and players Gustav Nyquist, David da Kastrozza and Dave Wilson.
UMaine pulled an upset over Boston University in the semi-final round of the Hockey East tournament. Maine will continue on to face BC tomorrow for the finals at TD Bank Garden. Listen to BU coach Jack Parker, and players Kevin Shattenkirk and Eric Gryba.
Highlights from BU MIH vs. Merrimack on 3_14_10
Jack Parker after BU's 3-2 overtime loss to Merrimack in Game 2 of the 2010 Hockey East quarterfinals.
Sophomore Vinny Saponari scored his second goal of the game 4:11 into the third period to help Boston University rally from a 2-0 deficit and earn a 3-2 victory over Merrimack in Hockey East quarterfinal action on Friday, March 12, 2010.
In all four fixtures against Boston University this season, one goal separated the victor from the loser. In Saturday nights finale at Matthews Arena, the Terriers dashed Northeasterns playoff hopes following the same pattern, 4-3, on Senior Night. Senior Kyle Kraemer registered a pair of powerplay goals in his farewell to hockeys oldest cathedral while junior Wade MacLeod (1-1-2) and freshmen Jake Newton (0-2-2) and Garrett Vermeersch (0-2-2) all contributed a pair of points in the Huskies final tilt of the season. The Huskies conclude their 2009-10 season with a 16-16-2 overall record and an 11-14-2 mark in Hockey East play.
Sophomore defenseman Tara Watchorn scored 9:52 into OT to give BU a 2-1 win against Connecticut in the 2010 Women's Hockey East Championship game.
Boston University head coach Brian Durocher and players Tara Watchorn and Melissa Haber conduct a post-game press conference after the Terriers' 2-1 overtime win against UConn in the Women's Hockey East championship game.
The No. 8/9 Northeastern Huskies dropped a tightly-contested affair on Sunday afternoon vs. Boston University, 2-1 at Matthews Arena. Senior Lindsay Berman scored Northeastern's lone goal and junior Leah Sulyma stopped 26 pucks in the defeat. The Huskies, now tied for fourth in the Hockey East standings, close out the regular season next weekend with a home-and-home series against UConn Feb. 20-21.
Head coach Jack Parker of the Boston University men's ice hockey team addresses Terrier Nation as BU prepares for the 2010 Beanpot title game against Boston College
Head coach Brian Durocher of the Boston University women's hockey team addresses the media following the Terriers' shootout loss to Northeastern in the first round of the 2010 Beanpot.
The No. 6 Northeastern Huskies (16-5-4, 8-4-4-3 HEA) extended their unbeaten streak to six straight games with a 2-2 tie and a 2-0 shootout win over Boston University on Tuesday at Matthews Arena. Senior Annie Hogan and freshman Brittany Esposito scored for the Huskies in regulation, while junior Alyssa Wohlfeiler and freshman Rachel Llanes notched shootout goals. The Huskies return to action on Feb. 2 vs. BU in the opening round of the 2010 Women's Beanpot at 5 pm
Boston University scraped by with a 3-2 win over their archrival Boston College at a snowy Fenway Park. BU took a 3-0 lead by the middle of the 2nd period on goals by David Warsofsky, Joe Pereira, and Wade Megan. BC got a goal late in the 2nd from Brian Gibbons and then cut the BU lead to one in the 3rd with a shorthanded goal by Cam Atkinson. However, Kieran Millan was strong enough in net for the Terriers to come away with the victory in a nail-biting finish.
Red Hot Hockey played between 2 old rivals. Game went to over time and ended with a 3-3 tie.
UNH battled against BU in its annual "Blue Out the Whit" game, and came out on top 4-2. UNH's specialty teams had a huge impact on the game, killing five penalties and converting two goals of their own during the power play. BU head coach Jack Parker talks about his team's efforts, followed by UNH head coach Dick Umile and UNH players Paul Thompson and captain Bobby Butler.
In front of a flawless victory by rookie goaltender Chris Rawlings, the Northeastern hockey team grinded out its first Hockey East victory of the season against its arch-rival, #7/5 Boston University, with a 1-0 victory in front of the second-consecutive sellout crowd of 4666 strong at Matthews Arena on Friday night. Rawlings becomes the Huskies second-ever netminder to shut out Boston University as Northeastern recorded its first shutout since blanking UMass Lowell on Feb. 27, 2009. Northeastern can stake its claim to ending BUs five-year run of not being shutout on the road. Friday nights triumph marks NUs first win over its Commonwealth Ave. foe since Feb. 28, 2007.
2009 Beanpot Champions 2009 Hockey East Regular Season Champions 2009 Hockey East Champions 2009 NCAA Final Four 2009 NCAA Champions
BU raises the banners for all titles won during the 35 win 2008-2009 season.
The band playing 'I'm Shipping Up To Boston' By the Dropkick Murphys During a hockey game in winter 2009.
Game highlights of Boston University vs Northeastern University in the 2005 Beanpot Championship game.
Game highlights of Boston University vs Miami University in the 2009 NCAA Championship game played at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. Click on the HD button to watch in high definition.
Game highlights of Boston University vs Vermont in the 2009 NCAA Frozen Four semifinal game played at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. Click on the HD button to watch in high definition.
Boston University beats rival Maine in the 1995 Men's Ice Hockey National Championship Game by a score of 6-2 on the strength of 2 goals by Chris O'Sullivan. BU scored the first 3 goals, but Maine clawed back to make it a 3-2 game early in the 3rd period. BU would quickly get an insurance marker from Mike Sylvia off a turnover that would stretch their lead. Tom Noble was steady in net for the Terriers, who won their 4th national championship in this game.
BU Scores with 14 seconds left to beat New Hampshire 2-1 in the Northeast Regional Final
Fans celebrate 2009 National Championship at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC with a rendition of Oh When BU Goes Marching IN...
BU Highlights played on video board prior to start of National Championship Game
A great comeback for a great hockey team
Trivino wins the battle, Connolly supports along the boards, Shattenkirk with the drop pass, Saponari with the screen, Colby Cohen with the slap shot. Clutch shift by the freshman line and the future Avalanche d-men.
Zach Cohen and Nick Bonino tie it up to force OT in the 2009 national championship game
The scene from Agganis Arena on the campus of Boston University, April 11, 2009, watching the simulcast of the National Championship game on the jumbotron as the BU Terriers faced the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks. The Redhawks put up a valiant effort against the top-ranked Terriers, but BU came roaring back with 2 goals in the final minute of the 3rd period to tie the game at 3, then the game-winner here live in OT. Here's the crowd reaction from the Frozen Four watch party at the Terriers' home arena.
Theyve made it all the way to the nationals, skating against the toughest competition in the East, making big sacrifices, sharpening their skates and honing their skills, coming together as a team and trying to peak at just the right moment. The mens hockey team? Well yeah, but not only them: were talking about BUs figure skaters, amazing athletes who use the frozen surface to practice their art form-cum-sport with a grace and dexterity that the toughest hockey player would appreciate ...
Though not yet 25, Matt Gilroy has known tremendous loss. When he was nine years old, his brother Timmy died from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident. Another brother, Brian, died only six days after birth. And his favorite uncle died when Gilroy was a teenager. Before each play, the two-time All-American defenseman and mens ice hockey cocaptain taps his chest three times: once for Timmy, once for Brian, and once for Uncle Mike. I want them to know theyre always on my mind, says Gilroy ...
The Ottawa Senators were drilling at the Agganis rink, blades spraying shaved ice against the boards, whistles blowing. The NHL squad was practicing for the next nights game against the Boston Bruins, while a few yards away BU Terriers Vinny Saponari (CAS12), Corey Trivino (CAS12), and Chris Connolly (CGS10) — also known as the all-freshman line — were leaning against the wall across from the mens locker room. They have a big game on their minds, too. On Thursday, these three, almost as one ...
If you ask Jack Parker about the last time the Boston University mens hockey Terriers won the national championship, hell tell you about the time they didnt. The 1994 team was a very, very good team, and they steamrolled everybody right until the national final game, says Parker (SMG68, Hon.97), whos been head coach of mens hockey since 1973. But when we got to the final game, we got beat 9-1. And I think that loss was kind of the catalyst to make sure we won it the next year. That next year ...
Sorry for the camrea shaking a bit. Congrats BU on the Hockey East Championship
Sorry for the camrea shaking a bit. Congrats BU on the Hockey East Championship ...
Boston University was being shut out by Boston College until the third period, when Zach Cohen, Brian Strait, and Colin Wilson all scored 44 seconds apart to take the lead and send the BU fans in the Garden crowd into a frenzy. ...
Boston University ended the season of the Boston College Eagles with a 3-2 win, behind a third period three-goal outburst spanning only 44 seconds. Ben Smith gave BC the 1-0 late in the second period, batting a puck out of midair past BU goalie Kieran Millan. Zach Cohen briefly tied the game for BU, muscling his way out of the corner and to the crease, where he deked and put a backhander past BC goalie John Muse. BU's Brian Strait extended the lead seconds later with a hard wrister that beat ...
(3rd period and Awards) The top-seeded Terriers of Boston University held off the underdog UMass Lowell Riverhawks in the Hockey East Title game with a final score of 1-0. BU's freshman goaltender Kieran Millan earned the shutout with 32 saves. Brandon Yip scored the game's lone goal knocking in a rebound shot that rang off the post. Lowell thought they had tied the game with a power play goal in the second period, but the officials did not signal a goal and after a review said the call ...