UMass hockey ends its season with dominating win over Merrimack on Senior Night.
The Minutemen fought their way back to tie the game with 41 seconds remaining, but Merrimack came away with the win.
The UMass hockey team sticks to its normal routine heading into a do-or-die scenario this weekend for its final two regular season games.
The UMass hockey team moved K.J. Tiefenwerth to the second line in the absence of Troy Power, and the freshman responded well playing alongside former prep school teammate Michael Pereira.
The UMass hockey team struggled to score Friday night, but it had no such problem Saturday against Northeastern.
The Massachusetts hockey team relied on a pair of special teams goals to earn itself a 2-2 tie against No. 18 Quinnipiac Saturday night at the Mullins Center.
Senior co-captain Rocco Carzo of the Massachusetts hockey team has emerged as a reliable scorer and leader with his consistency on and off the ice.
After gaining a 2-0 lead early in the second period, the Massachusetts hockey team saw its lead slip away as Boston University completed the 3-2 come-from-behind win Saturday.
The Minutemen blew another lead at home Saturday night against BU, a trend it doesn’t want to continue.
Senior co-captain Rocco Carzo has embraced his new role with the Massachusetts hockey team so far this season, and the results have shown on the scoreboard.
The Massachusetts hockey team was unable to hold on to a late three-goal lead, falling to Boston College, 5-4, at a packed Mullins Center on Friday night.
After beating Boston College last weekend, the Minutemen continued their winning streak to 3-straight games with victories over Northeastern and Holy Cross.
While James Marcou and Casey Wellman anchored the Minutemen’s power-play unit last season, UMass will look for a slew of young players to generate offense in man-up situations. The Minutemen went 0-for-5 against the Golden Gophers over the weekend in the power-play.