Author: Patrick Donnelly

Men’s Hockey Notebook: No. 8 Terriers to get key pieces back for series with Merrimack

By Patrick Donnelly The eighth-ranked Boston University Terriers (9-2) will take on the Merrimack College Warriors (4-10-2) in a two-game, home-and-home series this weekend. The Terriers enter the series on a four-game winning streak, most recently earning a 3-2, comeback victory in overtime over UConn. BU is unbeaten in regulation in their last 10 contests, […]

Men’s Hockey: Vinny Duplessis defying odds in remarkable start to collegiate career

By Patrick Donnelly Vinny Duplessis arrived to Commonwealth Avenue as an unknown. Starting the year as the third goaltender on the depth chart, behind blue chip freshman Drew Commesso and experienced sophomore Ashton Abel, Duplessis was not expected to make the type of impact that he has so far this year. But incredibly, the Quebec […]

Women’s Hockey: Three takeaways from split with No. 6 BC

By Patrick Donnelly The Boston University Terriers (6-5) skated to a split with the No. 6/6 Boston College Eagles (14-4) this past weekend. BU came back from a 2-0 deficit after the first period in Friday’s game to win 3-2 late in regulation, thanks in large part to senior co-captain Jesse Compher. However, during Senior […]

Men’s Hockey: Three takeaways from comeback win over UConn

By Patrick Donnelly The No. 11/12 Boston University Terriers (9-2) took down the University of Connecticut Huskies (8-9-4) in overtime on Saturday afternoon. The Terriers trailed 2-0 in the closing moments of the first period before sophomore forward Jay O’Brien got BU on the board with under a minute remaining. Graduate forward Max Kaufman evened […]

Men’s Hockey: Top line helps Terriers stop Ice Bus in overtime win over UConn

By Patrick Donnelly STORRS, C.T. – The No. 11/12 Boston University Terriers (9-2) came back to defeat the University of Connecticut Huskies (8-9-2) in overtime on Saturday night. The Terriers rallied from 2-0 deficit in the first period, scoring three unanswered goals to defeat Mike Cavanaugh’s Huskies – dubbed the “Ice Bus” – thanks to […]

Women’s Hockey: Compher, Stuart lead BU to 3-2 comeback over No. 6 BC

By Patrick Donnelly CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The Boston University Terriers (6-4) upset the No. 6/6 Boston College Eagles (13-4) at Conte Forum on Friday afternoon thanks to senior forward and co-captain Jesse Compher and junior goaltender Kate Stuart. The Terriers rallied from a 2-0 deficit after the first period to win 3-2 late in […]

Men’s Hockey Notebook: No. 11/12 BU hopes to stop Ice Bus in matchup with UConn

By Patrick Donnelly Two of the conference’s most exciting teams will square off tomorrow afternoon as the No. 11/12 Boston University Terriers (8-2) visit the University of Connecticut Huskies (8-8-2). The two teams were originally slated for a two-game series, beginning at BU’s Walter Brown Arena on Friday, but the first game was curiously called […]

Trent Alexander-Arnold facing biggest test of his career so far

By Alexander Puri Trent Alexander-Arnold has accomplished quite a lot for his age. At just 22, he’s won the Champions League a year after appearing in the final, the UEFA Super Cup, the Club World Cup and the Premier League title, along with a host of individual awards. Along the way, he’s formed arguably the […]

Women’s Hockey: Three takeaways from split with Vermont

By Patrick Donnelly The Boston University Terriers (5-4) managed to secure a split of their two-game series with the University of Vermont Catamounts (6-2-0) at Walter Brown Arena this past weekend. The Terriers were shut out by UVM, 4-0, on Friday before bouncing back to defeat the Catamounts, 4-1, on Saturday. Here are my three […]