Previewing and Predicting the Frozen Four

Previewing and Predicting the Frozen Four

By JD Biagioni Boston College came up just short of a magical run to the Hockey East championship, meaning the Eagles will be watching the Frozen Four from home again this year. In an odd year in college hockey, multiple…

 
Hockey East Semifinals and Finals Preview

Hockey East Semifinals and Finals Preview

By JD Biagioni And then there were four. The Hockey East quarterfinals included two favorites cruising to victory and two underdogs keeping their NCAA Tournament hopes alive. Only, the underdogs were Boston College and Boston University, two of college hockey’s…

 
Checking In on Johnny Hockey

Checking In on Johnny Hockey

By Lauren Isserow Johnny Gaudreau is literally on fire this season. The 25 year old New Jersey native, aptly nicknamed “Johnny Hockey”, has scored 33 goals and recorded 57 assists for the Calgary Flames this season so far, including 6…

 
BC Comes Up Empty in Hard-Fought Weekend Series with UMass

BC Comes Up Empty in Hard-Fought Weekend Series with UMass

By JD Biagioni The Eagles are playing some of their best hockey of the season, but it didn’t result in any points in this weekend’s home-and-home with UMass. The Minutemen entered the weekend at No. 3 in the national polls,…

 
Offensive Outburst Pushes BC Past #10 Providence for the Second Time in Two Weeks

Offensive Outburst Pushes BC Past #10 Providence for the Second Time in Two Weeks

By Zachary Sluka After a surprising home loss to Hockey East bottom-feeder, Maine on Wednesday night, Boston College (8-11-2, 8-3-2 HEA) welcomed back a familiar foe in #10 Providence College (13-7-4, 6-5-1 HEA) to Chestnut Hill for a Saturday game…

 
Hutsko, BC win Battle of Comm. Ave. Part 1

Hutsko, BC win Battle of Comm. Ave. Part 1

By JD Biagioni BC overcame 19 first period penalty minutes and scored four goals in the final two periods, two goals by Logan Hutsko, to defeat the Boston University Terriers 4-1 in the first leg of a home-and-home. It didn’t…

 
BREAKING: Oliver Wahlstrom is staying at BC

BREAKING: Oliver Wahlstrom is staying at BC

By JD Biagioni After speculation on Thanksgiving that freshman forward Oliver Wahlstrom would be leaving Boston College for the Trip-City Storm of the USHL, it was confirmed that he was in fact staying at BC, as reported by Mark Divver…

 
Eagles erase 2-0 deficit, tie UNH

Eagles erase 2-0 deficit, tie UNH

By Matthew Owens As the first snow started to blanket the Heights just 14 hours before puck drop, it signaled a new season. For up till now the Eagles might want to forget the first quarter of the season going…

 
Eagles Win Third-Straight, Sweep Vermont

Eagles Win Third-Straight, Sweep Vermont

By Christian Guma The Boston College Eagles defeated the Vermont Catamounts by a score of 3-2 on the Heights tonight. This was the Eagles’ third straight victory, all in the Hockey East, allowing BC to jump to 3-1 in conference,…

 
BC Alumni Spotlight: Brian Boyle

BC Alumni Spotlight: Brian Boyle

By Lauren Isserow While the NHL season has only just begun, Brian Boyle, current New Jersey Devils and former Boston College Eagles forward, finally has a lot to celebrate. On Hockey Fights Cancer night in Pittsburgh, Boyle scored his first…