Boston College’s mortal nemeses from down the street, the Boston University Terriers, have finished in last place in the Beanpot Tournament in back-to-back seasons for the first time ever.
The Harvard Crimson won the consolation game over the Terriers, 6-2, in the early game at the TD Garden on Monday afternoon.
|BU||Evan Rodrigues||10:42 1st||Baillargeon||BU 1||HU 0|
|HU||Kyle Criscuolo||1:14 2nd||Esposito||BU 1||HU 1|
|HU||Brian Hart||3:33 2nd||Vesey||HU 2||BU 1|
|HU||Luke Esposito||6:59 2nd||Everson, Criscuolo||HU 3||BU 1|
|BU||Ahti Oksanen||7:20 3rd||Rodrigues, O’Regan||HU 3||BU 2|
|HU||Luke Esposito||7:57 3rd||Criscuolo, Everson||HU 4||BU 2|
|HU||Jimmy Vesey (EN)||17:46 3rd||Malone||HU 5||BU 2|
|HU||Tyler Moy||19:34 3rd||Newell, O’Regan||HU 6||BU 2|
Neither team cashed in on any of its power play opportunities — the Crimson were 0-for-3, and the Terriers went 0-for-2.
Harvard outshot Boston University, 38-27. This included 20 Harvard shots on goal during the second period, in which the Crimson potted three goals within the first seven minutes.
For Boston University, their nightmarish first season without Jack Parker continues. The Terriers have fallen to 8-16-4 on the year and their senior class will have only won a single Beanpot game in four years of competition (1-7 overall record).