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River Hawks fall to Terriers, eliminated from Hockey East Playoffs

River Hawks fall to Terriers, eliminated from Hockey East Playoffs

Aaron Robinson Connector Editor Boston University defenseman Chad Krys and wing men Joel Farabee and Patrick Harper potted first period goals against UMass Lowell goaltender Christoffer Hernberg, and the No. 5 Terriers eliminated the No. 4 River Hawks from the Hockey East Playoffs with a 4-1 victory Sunday night at the Tsongas Center. Awful defense

5-1 rout secures River Hawks’ fifth consecutive Hockey East Finals appearance

Junior forward C.J. Smith celebrates his second period goal against the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Hannah Manning Connector Editor BOSTON – In a goal that freshman goaltender Tyler Wall might want to get back, Notre Dame forward Jack Jenkins sent a soft shot from center ice that trickled through Wall’s pads

Men’s hockey looks to extend win streak with series against Providence

River Hawks surround Kevin Boyle following triple-overtime win vs Providence in 2016 Hockey East Semifinals. (Courtesy of George DeLuca) Alexander J. Salucco Connector Editor The fifth-ranked UMass Lowell men’s ice hockey team carries a seven-game winning streak into a home-and-home series this weekend with Hockey East foe Providence College. The last time these two teams

Boyle shines in triple-overtime victory for UMass Lowell

River Hawk teammates celebrate A.J. White’s game-winning goal in a 3OT victory over No. 3 Providence College in the Hockey East semifinals. (George DeLuca/Connector) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor Both Providence and UMass Lowell refused to quit as a coveted spot in the Hockey East championship game loomed as a sparkling prize, and a couple of

UMass Lowell finishes regular season with 3-1 victory over Boston College

River Hawk teammates raise their arms in celebration of A.J. White’s goal to put the team on top in the first period. (George DeLuca/Connector) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor When the moment got big, the River Hawks stepped up to make plays. UMass Lowell knocked off Boston College 3-1 Saturday night at Tsongas Center to finish

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