A Look Back Before The Final Game

April 7, 2012

TAMPA — While trying to pass the time until the puck finally drops in the National Championship game tonight at 7:00 p.m. (ESPN2), here’s a look back at the highlights of the season from The Heights.


Hockey Preview: Many Sticks Makes Light Work: Figuring out where the scoring would come from for the 2011-2012 season. The prediction? Everywhere.

Hockey Preview: Cross and Dumoulin Lead BC With Defensive Grit: A feature on Tommy Cross and Brian Dumoulin leading the BC defense.

Hockey Preview: Change Between The Pipes: A preseason look at how Parker Milner would be able to replace John Muse.

Regular Season

Hockey Breaks Ice On New Year: A look at the opening tournament of the season, the Ice Breaker Tournament.

Hockey In Need Of Rebound: The midweek reaction after the Eagles were swept by Maine in January.

Eagles Sweep UNH In Key Home-And-Home: On the back of a Barry Almeida OT winner, BC got back on track and began its current winning streak.

Almeida Excels In Senior Season As Alternate Captain: A feature on Barry Almeida, and his journey to his earning the ‘A’ on his sweater.

Three-Peat: Arnold Tallies Game-Winner In Overtime: Eagles win their third straight Beanpot thanks to Arnold’s OT thriller.

Eagles Sweep Merrimack To Get Lead Of Hockey East: Head coach Jerry York earns his milestone 900th and 901st wins in the process.


Three’s Company: BC wins its third straight Hockey East Tournament in 4-1 win over Maine.

The Last Line of Defense: Tommy Cross and Edwin Shea look back one final time before making their final playoff run.

Eagles Earn No. 1 Overall Seed In NCAA Tournament: The reaction from the BC locker room as the Eagles found out they secured the No. 1 seed.

Defense Carries Eagles Past Air Force: BC gets by Air Force in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Worcester.

Heating Up For Tampa: Eagles combat physical play vs. Minnesota-Duluth to punch their ticket to the Frozen Four.

Flying By: Milner, Carey lead BC past Minnesota and into the National Championship.

Check back in later for full coverage of the National Championship game between Boston College and Ferris State.


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