No. 9/12 Terriers host Waterloo for Saturday show


#9/12 Boston University (1-0-0) vs University of Waterloo
Date and time: Saturday, October 8 – 7 p.m.
Location: Agganis Arena – Boston, Mass.
Twitter: @BUGameDay | @TerrierHockey

Boston University’s No. 9/12 men’s ice hockey team returns Saturday night when the Terriers host Waterloo in an exhibition contest at Agganis Arena. The puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Fans can purchase tickets for Saturday’s game by by clicking here. For fans who cannot make it to Agganis, the game will be streamed live on ESPN+, with an audio-only broadcast located here. All games at Hockey East rinks will be broadcast on ESPN+ this season. In addition, an international flow can be found here.


  • open library Jay Pandolfoas Terrier head coach with an 8-2 win over Bentley last Saturday at Agganis.
  • The Terriers held a 3-0 lead after seven minutes and never looked back, eventually pushing the lead to 4-1 after 20 minutes.
  • BU then added two goals in each of the final two frames to complete the win.
  • Four freshmen – Ryan Green (2g, 1a), Jeremy Wilmer (1g, 2a) Devin Kaplan (1g, 1a) and quinn hutson (1g, 1a) – found the back of the net on their Terrier debut while the roster’s fifth BU rookie, Lane Hutsoncollected three assists.
  • Junior Luke Tuch joined those five newcomers with a goal and an assist, one of 15 Terriers to register a point against the Falcons.
  • The Terriers went 2 for 7 with the man advantage.
  • Junior Drew Commeso made 22 saves and helped BU kill all seven Bentley power plays he faced.
  • Greene was named Hockey East Rookie of the Week after his three-point performance.
  • BU haven’t trailed in regulation in their last eight home games, going 7-1-0 in that streak; the only blemish was an overtime loss in which the Terriers didn’t hang around until the final whistle.


  • Waterloo is 2-4-0 in its six exhibition games this season.
  • The Warriors lost 6-0 to UQTR on October 1 and suffered a 2-1 overtime loss to Concordia on September 30.
  • Dan Walker led the Warriors last season with 17 points on eight goals and nine assists.
  • Jack Phibbs led Waterloo with 12 assists last year while Tate Popple joined Walker with eight.
  • Julian Sime posted a 2.77 goals-against average and .925 save percentage a year ago, en route to leading the Warriors with four wins.


  • The Terriers will resume regular season play next weekend when they travel to No. 7/6 Michigan for a two-game series that begins Friday, October 14.


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