Saturday, February 02, 2013
Terriers outworked by Minutemen, fall 5-1
BU’s up and down second semester took a turn in the wrong direction Friday night as the Terriers were dominated by UMass, 5-1 in Amherst. A week after taking three of four points from Providence, BU was heavily outworked by the Minutemen, especially in the second period when the Terriers managed just one shot on goal. Senior center Ben Rosen, whose goal tied up last Saturday’s game against the Friars, scored a shorthanded goal late in the third period to avert a shutout.
● HockeyEastOnline recap and video highlights
● College Hockey News Takeaway
● WTBU Sports recap
Following practice on Thursday, freshman forward Wes Myron decided to leave the program and pursue opportunities in professional hockey. The Boston Hockey Blog spoke with Coach Jack Parker and assistant captain Ryan Ruikka about his departure
2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon scored his seventh goal in 14 games since joining Omaha, as the Lancers doubled up Fargo, 4-2. Baillargeon, whose power play goal proved to be the game-winner, has 30 points (14g, 16a) this season in 40 games.