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Apr 12, 1 year ago

Providence College captures first-ever title with thrilling 4-3 win over BU

Providence College captures first-ever title with thrilling 4-3 win over BU

Sometimes so much is decided by one slight bounce of the puck. So it was Saturday night when Providence College staged a furious late-game comeback with help from one of the flukiest plays in Frozen Four history. Ahead 3-2 midway in the third period,…

Apr 11, 1 year ago

Bruins officially eliminated from postseason

Bruins officially eliminated from postseason

Last year, the Boston Bruins won the Presidents Trophy but suffered a shocking elimination in the second round by the hated Montreal Canadiens. One year later, without the likes of Jarome Iginla and Johnny Boychuk, they won’t be returning to th…

Apr 11, 1 year ago

Quick Hits: Bruins and Lightning tied 1-1 after 40 minutes

Quick Hits: Bruins and Lightning tied 1-1 after 40 minutes

Second period quick hits – Well, the Bruins aren’t going down without a fight anyway. At first, it looked like past mistakes would come back to haunt them when Dennis Seidenberg and Matt Bartkowski failed to connect on a pass in their own…

Apr 11, 1 year ago

BU and Providence set for Frozen Four title game

BU and Providence set for Frozen Four title game

(Bruins prospect Matt Grzelcyk will captain the Terriers in the National title game vs. Providence on Saturday night. Photo credit: BU Athletics) Two local and storied rivals meet Saturday night at TD Garden for the ultimate bragging rights: the 2015…

Apr 11, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Lightning

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Lightning

The Boston Bruins no longer decide their own fate after another loss on Thursday night—this time against the Florida Panthers, 4-2. It was another lackluster effort for Boston even after taking a 1-0 lead on a Patrice Bergeron power-play goal. The …

Apr 10, 1 year ago

Jack Eichel named 2015 Hobey Baker winner

Jack Eichel named 2015 Hobey Baker winner

(Photo credit: Rich Gagnon/BU Athletics) Boston University freshman Jack Eichel — a native of North Chelmsford, Mass. — won college hockey’s highest honor Friday night, being named the 2015 Hobey Baker recipient as college hockey’s be…