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The Comm. Ave. Hockey East Bloggers: Talking Terrier Playoffs with Matt Dresens

by JOSHUA KUMMINS BOSTON — BSU18 continued the “Comm. Ave. Hockey East Bloggers” series with The BU Hockey Blog‘s Matt Dresens as the Terriers welcomed rival Merrimack to Agganis Arena to open the 29th annual tournament quarterfinals. Click below to … Continue reading

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New England College Hockey Stick Salutes: Potting All the Beans from Two Mondays at TD Garden

by JOSHUA KUMMINS BOSTON – The second Monday of February has just passed and the Boston College Eagles continued their recent dominance in the Beanpot Tournament, beating the Northeastern Huskies, 6-3, for the title in the 61st annual rendition at … Continue reading

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January 9 in Hockey East: Older O’Regan, Crimson come through in overtime to best BU

by JOSHUA KUMMINS BOSTON – Beanpot rivals Boston University and Harvard have had their fair share of battles on the ice. Wednesday night’s contest at Agganis Arena was no different as the Crimson erased a three-goal deficit in the third … Continue reading

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BSU18 Hockey East Special: “The Battle of Comm. Ave.” Blogosphere Rivalry

by Joshua Kummins BOSTON — With the behind-the-scenes help of fellow BSU18 writer Danny Jaillet, I had the opportunity to talk Hockey East and the Boston College-Boston University rivalry with a pair of bloggers that have certainly had a bit … Continue reading

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College Hockey Giants: What If Jerry York and Jack Parker Switched Roles?

by Danny Jaillet BOSTON — Boston College and Boston University are two of college hockey’s biggest rivals. To put it quite simply, they hate each other. In the wake of Boston College’s success over the past decade, the tension between … Continue reading

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Hockey East NCAA Tournament Preview: Regional Keys to the Game for BU and UMass-Lowell

Here is the second of a two-part series on the four Hockey East teams in the NCAA Tournament, written by Danny Jaillet with assistance from our Hockey East Senior Writer Joshua Kummins. Part I: Northeast Regional Keys to the Game … Continue reading

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Hockey East Semifinal Notebook: BC, Maine Edge Out Wins; Set Saturday’s Final

by Joshua Kummins BOSTON – After a pair of exciting semifinal games on Friday night at TD Garden, the 28th Annual Hockey East Championship Game is set. No. 1 Boston College looks to make it three titles in a row … Continue reading

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New Hampshire 3, Boston University 2 (OT): Downing Double-Overtime Winner Lifts Wildcats Ahead in Quarters

by Joshua Kummins BOSTON – Freshman Grayson Downing scored on an awkward wrap-around from the right post two minutes into the second overtime as the sixth-seeded New Hampshire Wildcats posted a stunning upset of the No. 3 Boston University Terriers, … Continue reading

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Boston University vs. New Hampshire: Hockey East Quarterfinal Pre-Game Perspective with Danny Jaillet

BOSTON — In preparation for the Hockey East quarterfinals this weekend at Agganis Arena, our own Danny Jaillet spoke with The Boston Hockey Blog‘s Meredith Perri and UNHBlog.com‘s Pete Zorbrist to get their take on the series this weekend. Danny … Continue reading

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Northeastern 5, Boston University 4 (OT): Saponari Scores Bittersweet OT Goal; Huskies Down Archrivals

by Joshua Kummins BOSTON –Following Friday’s 5-2 loss to No. 4 Boston University at Agganis Arena, Northeastern head coach Jim Madigan said his team needed to play with “pride” in the series finale on Saturday night at Matthews Arena and … Continue reading

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