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For the 2011-2012 hockey season, the Terriers decided to do something different….a little different.
Along with the articles that are published when the Terriers get media exposure, the Men’s and Women’s hockey teams have stepped up their game, as well.
While the Terrier’s have spent this season skating to raise awareness for Autism, this September they are trading in their skates for some sneakers. Please join The Good in Sports in honoring the Boston University hockey teams for all their hard work and efforts, because, whether it’s a young son opening this father’s eyes to a world he never understood before, or the Boston Terrier’s hockey team raising money and awareness to the same world, Autism is becoming a larger part of our lives as it now affects 1 out of 110 children and 1 out of 70 boys. Few teams have accomplished more in such a short time than BU women’s hockey: in just eight years as a Division I varsity team, the Terriers have won two Hockey East regular season titles, made three NCAA tournament appearances, and had a shot at the big one—playing in an NCAA championship final game. BU won last year’s Hockey East tournament final in a double overtime thriller thanks to two goals from Jenn Wakefield (CAS’12) that secured the 2-1 victory over Providence. Cocaptain Jill Cardella (COM’13) won the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award after taking just five penalties all year. Looking back on the 2012–13 campaign, the Terriers swept the season’s three games against the Friars, including a 7-1 drubbing at Walter Brown Arena back in November. The top-seeded Terriers have compiled an impressive 24-5-3 record this season, outscoring opponents 118-76.
Shannon Doyle (CAS’14) was runner-up for Best Defenseman in Hockey East, leading the conference with 77 blocked shots.
Despite all those accolades, the Terriers know that with the Hockey East semifinals and finals looming this weekend, regular season stats no longer matter.


The fifth-ranked BU men’s hockey Terriers are two games away from their eighth Hockey East title.
The Terriers (23-13-1, 17-9-1 Hockey East) and the Black Bears (22-12-3, 15-10-2 HE) are fairly evenly matched entering the contest. Terriers captain Chris Connolly (MET’12) says that as the season progresses, Maine has been playing better and better. For the Terriers, tonight’s game comes just five days after an exhausting conference quarterfinal series with the University of New Hampshire that saw the team play more than 11 periods of hockey in three days. Assistant captain Alex Chiasson (CAS’13), leading the team with 43 points this season, scored the double overtime clincher over New Hampshire in last Sunday’s Hockey East quarterfinal.
Chiasson acknowledges that it’s been difficult playing through all the turmoil, but believes it’s brought the remaining Terriers closer. Despite that, Connolly admits the Terriers need to tighten up certain aspects of their game if the team is to be successful deep into the postseason.
As one of the few remaining players from the last Terriers squad to win the Hockey East tournament, in 2009, Connolly says bookending his career with conference championships would be especially sweet. Chiasson says a Hockey East title would mean a lot to a Terriers squad that’s faced serious ups and down this season. The number 5 BU men’s hockey team will face the number 11 Maine Black Bears tonight, Friday, March 16, at 8 p.m. The plan was that each athletic team would choose a specific charity to team up with and support. His Terrier hockey team decided to pair up with Autism Speaks, in an effort to spread awareness for Autism.


The Men’s hockey team decided to put the Blue Autism Speaks Puzzle Piece logo on the shoulder of their jerseys. The 2012 Greater Boston Walk Now for Autism takes place on September 30, 2012 and the team members are volunteering to help out for this great event. Starting tomorrow, the top-seeded Terriers hope to grab their third Hockey East title in four years when they take on number-five seed Providence College in the conference semifinals in Hyannis. UNH wrested the first game from the Terriers in double overtime, but BU swept the final two games of the best of three series, including a double overtime win of its own on Sunday. Should the Terriers advance to the Hockey East finals, they’ll face either the Boston College Eagles or the Providence Friars on Saturday, March 17, also at 8 p.m. For Jack Parker, the Executive Director of Athletics and Head Men’s Hockey coach for Boston University, it was a little idea that has turned into something huge.
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