Hockey East

Current Standings

    PTS W-L-T   GP GF-GA
1 Boston College 22 16-6-0   32 71-49
2 Providence 23 13-6-4   30 70-49
3 Northeastern 22 13-6-3   29 67-49
4 Boston University 22 11-8-3   25 69-59
5 Connecticut 23 11-11-1   23 68-59
  Maine 22 10-9-3   23 61-66
7 Mass.-Lowell 22 10-12-0   20 62-71
8 Vermont 22 6-11-5   17 50-72
9 Massachusetts 22 7-13-2   16 56-72
10 New Hampshire 22 5-12-5   15 48-59
11 Merrimack 22 6-14-2   14 47-64

Latest Results

February 17, 2018

Boston College 5, Maine 0

Northeastern 4, Vermont 1

Boston Univ. 3, Merrimack 1

Providence 3, Mass.-Lowell 1

February 16, 2018

Mass.-Lowell 2, Providence 5

Boston Univ. 4, Connecticut 5

Northeastern 4, Vermont 3

UNH 2, Merrimack 3

February 15, 2018

Boston College 5, Massachusetts 2

February 14, 2018

Maine 4, UNH 3

February 12, 2018

Northeastern 5, Boston Univ. 2

Boston College 4, Harvard 5

February 10, 2018

Mass.-Lowell 0, Massachusetts 3

Vermont 2, UNH 2

February 9, 2018

Massachusetts 3, Boston Univ. 3

Maine 2, Providence 3

Mass.-Lowell 2, Boston College 3

Connecticut 4, Northeastern 2

Upcoming Games

February 22, 2018

Massachusetts vs. Connecticut

February 23, 2018

Maine vs. Boston College

UNH vs. Northeastern

Mass.-Lowell vs. Merrimack

Vermont vs. Boston Univ.

February 24, 2018

Vermont vs. Boston Univ.

Providence vs. Massachusetts

Merrimack vs. Mass.-Lowell

Northeastern vs. UNH

Maine vs. Boston College

Hockey East Headlines

Recent Blog Entries

  • 16 Feb - Random Hockey East Thoughts (2/16)
    — The two Beanpot losses for Boston College looks really costly, at least right now. The Eagles fell to No. 21 in the Pairwise after Monday’s loss to Harvard in the tournament’s consolation game. Playing with the Pairwise results, if the Eagles beat Northeastern in the opening round and then beat Harvard in the finals […]
  • 12 Jan - Comparing penalty numbers in college hockey with the NHL
    Special teams has become a major focus for teams across college hockey, with more game time spent on special teams than every before, it seems. Across the country, the WCHA has the most power plays per game this season, with 9.2. The disparity between top and bottom is somewhat large, with the Big Ten averaging […]
  • 29 Nov - Friendship Four in Belfast is Quite the Experience
    I was skeptical of the Friendship Four tournament in Belfast, Northern Ireland a few years ago when it was introduced to the college hockey landscape, and honestly many coaches and programs didn’t want to subject their teams to the travel, either. But three years have passed and over the weekend I quickly learned why Hockey […]
  • 03 Nov - HEA’s Struggles Keeping The Puck Out Could Severely Hurt Its Pairwise Chances
    There’s no sugarcoating it, Hockey East’s inter-conference record stinks. The league is 19-27-4 (.420) in non-conference games, and that includes a 4-1-1 record against Atlantic Hockey. If you pull those games out, the league is 15-26-3. Will that hurt the league later this season in the Pairwise? Potentially. There’s still time to make up ground, […]
  • 25 Oct - Hockey East Weekend Takeaways: Oct. 24
    — Call me crazy, but I’m still not 100 percent sold on UNH. Sure, the Wildcats are improved over a year ago, but anyone who follows analytics will look at UNH’s 106 PDO and say to themselves, “something’s got to give.” The Wildcats have Vermont this weekend, a team that is struggling to get going, […]

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