Minutemen’s season comes to an end after falling in 17th straight game.
In microcosm of their season, the Minutemen can’t capitalize in losing 15th consecutive contest.
Freshman goalie Ryan Wischow had a busy night saving 40 of 42 shots from the Friars.
Tuesday’s shutout loss to Merrimack represents another example of the hardships the UMass hockey team has fought through
The Minutemen were shutout for the third time this season, all coming on home ice.
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.
Captain Steven Iacobellis scored two goals in the loss to the Huskies.
The Minutemen came out strong and netted five goals in a tough 6-5 loss to Hockey East foe Northeastern.
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.
The Minutemen outshoot Sun Devils 31-22 but couldn’t cash in on high-quality chances.
The Minutemen could face one of the top goaltenders of the conference in Adam Huska, or senior Rob Nichols in net.
Pigozzi, Iacobellis and Plevy all score for the first line of the Minutemen.
Minutemen score their most goals in a game this season in besting the Irish 5-4 Friday.
The Minutemen face one of the highest penalized teams and one of the worst penalty kill units in Hockey East this weekend.
UMass football dropped its third consecutive game, while Minutemen hockey opened the Greg Carvel era with a weekend split against Colorado College.
The Minutemen allowed four goals in the first period of Saturday’s loss.
The Minutemen shutout Colorado College 3-0 triumph in their season opener.
The Minutemen kick off the Greg Carvel era at Mullins Center as regular season hockey commences against Colorado College.
The Minutemen face a do-or-die situation Saturday night after losing game one in a best-of-three series.