I caught the third period last night. Hutsko (sp?) was impressive. Nice little comeback there with 2 EAGs.
BU Hockey: The trophy case is once again growing
Nice to see Hutsko suddenly improving his production in leaps and bounds. He's now looking like he has serious potential for the future, which is quite nice.
The ORIGINAL Cross Check
Frozen Four appearances since 98'
BC - 12
BU - 2
BC Hockey 1949, 2001, 2008, 2010, 2012 National Champions
Looking forward to this match up. Of course we are expected to lose as always. But if it is all just the same to you, Maine's coming to ruin your day.
Come win we have something for you. All talent, come meet farm boys. Ready for a good ****. Come to Maine.
From old spicey...
Just a special for you.
So jrrrrrry is looking at consecutive season w\o NCAA games since his stretch from 1991-97
So, it seems like Jeff Cox initially reported that Oliver Wahlstrom had decommited from Harvard and was choosing between BC and BU, but now it looks like Wahlstrom is committed to attending Harvard, provided heís admitted. Regardless, it seems like thereís a good chance he ends up somewhere else. This would be a huge pickup for BC.
Theoretically BC could clinch the league title outright by the end of this weekend's slate of games.
Win vs Maine (32 points, 16 wins) plus:
PC: Loss/Tie. As long as PC drops a point they would lower their maximum points below BC's theoretical 32. PC still holds the tiebreaker H2H so a BC win in Orono would not quite do the job.
NU: A loss or 2 ties. NU would need to drop 2 points in any fashion for BC to eliminate NU. Any non-win gives the 2nd tiebreaker to BC as NU cannot win more than 15 games, which BC already has. Drop 2 points in any fashion, their maximum goes down to 31.
BU: N/A (a win puts BC at 32 which is more than BU can attain currently)
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