Minutemen’s season comes to an end after falling in 17th straight game.
Minutemen go 0-for-5 on the power play in being shut out by No. 10-ranked Friars, 3-0.
Minutemen bailed out in the first period by the play of Wischow as they can’t find their footing until the second frame against PC.
Friar defenseman Jake Walman recorded two markers in second period to sink Minutemen.
Minutemen fall victim to more penalty problems and another slow start in 6-2 loss to Friars.
Minutemen surrender three power play goals in 5-2 defeat to River Hawks.
Two goals in final three minutes of the second period prove to be turning point for the Minutemen.
Highly-touted recruits Cale Makar, John Leonard are on the horizon for the Minutemen moving forward.
Huskies tally four first period goals and chase Minutemen goalie Ryan Wischow.
Minutemen struggle to keep game under control in Matthews Arena falling behind early.
Minutemen’s win streak extends to four with weekend sweep over Huskies and Catamounts.
Minutemen play a completely different second period, but still can’t make up lost ground against the Terriers.
Freshman goaltender stands on his head as Terriers best Minutemen.
Minutemen coach Greg Carvel maintains the team’s effort and compete level despite a disappointing record in his first season.
BC peppered UMass with 14 shots in first period, while Minutemen only managed one.
No. 10 Boston College strikes for six goals to down Minutemen.
Boeing, a sophomore forward, last played in the USHL.
Freshman goalie Ryan Wischow made 52 saves in loss.
The Tiger’s host the Minutemen at Hobey Baker Memorial Rink winners of five of their last six games.
Despite the lackluster results so far, the process is working for the Minutemen under coach Greg Carvel.