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UNH Wins Hockey East, Playoff Picture Set

New Hampshire defended home ice on Friday night, rallying to tie Boston College 3-3, enough to clinch their third Hockey East regular season title in four years and eighth overall. This was the second time the Wildcats had overcome a three goal deficit to tie the Eagles in as many games this season. BC got revenge on […]

BC No. 5, UNH No. 10 Ahead of Weekend Clash

The top four in the latest USCHO.com Division I Men’s Hockey poll remained unchanged with Denver on top. The Pioneers now have 48 of 50 first place votes and Miami, in second, claims the other two. Wisconsin and St. Cloud State held onto their spots in third and fourth, respectively, but Hockey East finally cracks […]

Hockey East Beating Itself Up in Stretch Drive

With two weeks left in Hockey East play, nothing much is settled. This weekend did not help to provide much clarity either as three of the five pairings were splits and the lone sweep was an “upset”, further jamming the schools in the standings. New Hampshire and Boston College have separated themselves from the pack […]

Terriers Back in Poll, Eagles Still Tops Among Hockey East

BU’s sweep of Maine this weekend has the Terriers as the league’s hottest team and they have elevated to fourth place, which would mean home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs, in Hockey East. The pollsters have taken notice of BU’s recent tear, putting them back in the poll for the first […]

BC Captures Beanpot, Returns to Top 10

Boston College built a 4-1 lead and turned back BU’s two goal rally before the Terriers could tie the game to capture the school’s 15th Beanpot Tournament Championship, and second in three years. BC and BU have now split four games this season in four different venues with BC winning at BU and at the […]

BC, BU Advance to Beanpot Final, UHN Leads Bunched Group in Poll

BC and BU will meet in next week’s 58th Beanpot final after each advanced Monday night by beating Harvard and Northeastern respectively. The Terriers and Eagles will meet in the final for the sixth time in last seven tourneys that the feat was possible (excluding the years when BC-BU is played on the first week). […]

BU Drops BC as Beanpot Looms

The seasons of the Terriers and Eagles are on opposite trajectories now. BU had a very tough start, but is rebounding lately and has now beaten their arch-rival in the last two meetings. They won the Fenway Classic and took out the Eagles in Chestnut Hill in a 5-4 overtime game. Meanwhile, BC seems to […]

Eagles Still Top Rated Hockey East Team at Number 11

Boston College was two for two this weekend and remains the top rated Hockey East representative in the latest USCHO.com Division I Men’s Hockey Poll. However, at 11, the conference still lacks a Top 10 team, but, like last week, the league is dominating the bottom half of the poll. After BC at 11, UMass […]

Fenway Loss Sends Eagles Tumbling Out of Top 10

Archrivals BC and BU took the ice at Fenway in a college hockey version of the Winter Classic last Friday night and the Teriers took the victory. The Eagles loss was their third in a row after a hot stretch before the holidays and dropped them five spots from seven to 12 in the latest […]

Eagles, Terriers Heading in Opposite Directions Leading into Fenway Matchup

BC and BU have been on opposite trajectories all season as the Terriers have struggled and BC became among the hottest teams in the country. Over the last week, however, things may be beginning to change. BC lost both of their Denver Cup games, including to host and number two Denver. BU did not play […]

College Hockey Gearing Up for Holiday Tournaments

There is no poll this week as there was very limited action on the ice. Vermont beat Dartmouth in the only game featuring a Hockey East team, one of only three overall (and one of those was exhibition). There will not be another poll until the first week of January after teams wrap up their […]

Eagles Vault Up Five Spots in Hockey Poll

Boston College charged to the end of the 2009 portion of the schedule with five consecutive wins, no losses in seven games (6-0-1), and only one in 10 (8-1-1). With two wins this week, over Hardvard and Providence, the Eagles are now the highest rated Hockey East team at #5, up five spots from last week. UMass-Lowell, […]

BC Into Top 10, UNH Back in College Hockey Poll

UMass-Lowell is still the highest rated Hockey East team despite falling one spot to ninth in the latest USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Division I Men’s Hockey Poll. Boston College made a big move, jumping five spots to #10. The Eagles have been mired in the lower half of the poll all season until this week’s breakout. […]

UMass-Lowell Tumbles in Latest Poll; Hockey East Dominates ECAC

Hockey East and ECAC schools renewed some old rivalries this weekend in what turned out to be an excellent showing by the HEA teams. Hockey East went 4-2-1 against the more senior league, one in which many HEA school were once part of before the split or later expansion. However, UMass-Lowell dropped a pair of league […]

Eagles Squeak By Friars

On two separate occasions in the first half, Boston College held an 18 point lead over Providence. In the second half the Eagles needed every point of that cushion to escape the Dunkin Donuts Center with a 82-77 win. The Eagles saw the Friars take three separate second half leads, the last of which was a 77-75 […]