Boston University, New Hampshire Skate To 4-4 Tie
Sophomore forward Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson has game-tying goal and two assists for Terriers

Sophomore forward Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson had a goal and two assists for the Terriers
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 3:07  UNH1-0 PP Michael McNicholas (11)Tyler Kelleher/34, Matias Cleland/29
1st 11:42  UNH2-0 EV Ara Nazarian (4) -
2nd 6:17  BU1-2 EV Jordan Greenway (8)Charlie McAvoy/14, Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson/15
2nd 9:11  BU2-2 PP Bobo Carpenter (12)Patrick Harper/19, Dante Fabbro/9
2nd 11:00  UNH3-2 EV Dylan Chanter (1)Tyler Kelleher/35, Michael McNicholas/22
2nd 19:20  UNH4-2 EV Tyler Kelleher (19)Michael McNicholas/23, Brendan van Riemsdyk/9
3rd 0:20  BU3-4 EV Charlie McAvoy (4)Clayton Keller/17, Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson/16
3rd 15:36  BU4-4 EV GT Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson (12)Jordan Greenway/18
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
New Hampshire  22004
Boston University  02204
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG
New Hampshire  9104124
Boston University  61517644
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
New Hampshire (12-14-5)  1/5 2/4 0
Boston University (19-9-3)  1/2 5/10 0
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Daniel Tirone (T, 12-12-5)65:004 61315640
Boston University Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Jake Oettinger (T, 16-8-3)64:084 784120
Empty Net0:520      

BOSTON - The No. 4 Boston University men's ice hockey team erased a pair of two-goal deficits to salvage a 4-4 draw with New Hampshire on Friday evening at Agganis Arena in the opener of a home-and-home series.


Final Score: #4/4 Boston University 4, New Hampshire 4 (OT)
Records: BU (19-9-3, 11-5-3 Hockey East), New Hampshire (12-14-5, 7-8-4 Hockey East)
Location: Agganis Arena - Boston, Mass.


- New Hampshire held a 2-0 lead after the first intermission and a 4-2 advantage after two but the Terriers drew even both times by getting goals from four members of their sophomore class.

- Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson scored the game-tying goal with 4:24 left in regulation and assisted on two other tallies.

- UNH held a 2-0 lead after the first intermission and a 4-2 lead after two.

- Jordan Greenway got BU on the board at 6:17 of the second to cut the visitors' lead to 2-1 before Bobo Carpenter converted on a power-play rush less than three minutes later to make it a 2-2 affair.

- The Wildcats regained a two-goal edge before the end of the middle stanza on goals from Dylan Chanter and Tyler Kelleher at 11:00 and 19:20, respectively.

- BU's second comeback started just 20 seconds into the third when a seeing-eye shot by Charlie McAvoy from the right point got through traffic to beat UNH netminder Danny Tirone and create a 4-3 score.

- The Terriers, who held a 17-4 shot advantage in the third, created the second tie of the game when Forsbacka Karlsson won a faceoff, allowing Greenway to fire at the goal from the foot of the left circle. Tirone saved the shot but Forsbacka Karlsson was there to clean up the rebound.

- Tirone made 40 saves for UNH while freshman netminder Jake Oettinger recorded 20 stops in goal for BU.


- The Terriers held a commanding 44-24 lead in shots, including a 38-15 advantage from the beginning of the second period on.

- Tyler Kelleher and Michael McNichols each recorded a goal and two assists for the Wildcats.

- McAvoy and Greenway each registered an assist to go along with their goals.

- Freshman Clayton Keller matched a season high in shots with eight.

- Carpenter extended his point streak to six games (5g, 3a), matching his career high.

- Senior captain Doyle Somerby played forward for the first time as a Terrier.


- The teams will wrap up their home-and-home series on Saturday (Feb. 18) at the Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H., at 7 p.m.

- The game will be broadcast on ESPN3.