|1st||2:45||BU||1-0||EV||Brady Tkachuk (4)||Drew Melanson/4|
|1st||4:09||BU||2-0||SH||Jordan Greenway (5)||Bobo Carpenter/8|
|1st||14:45||BU||3-0||PP||Patrick Harper (7)||Dante Fabbro/8, Chad Krys/12|
|1st||15:40||UML||1-3||EV||Charlie Levesque (2)||Jake Kamrass/2, Connor Wilson/3|
|2nd||8:04||BU||4-1||EV GW||Chad Krys (5)||Patrick Curry/2, Shane Bowers/6|
|2nd||8:12||BU||5-1||EV||Jordan Greenway (6)||-|
|2nd||12:53||BU||6-1||EV||Cam Crotty (1)||-|
|2nd||13:40||UML||2-6||EV||Connor Wilson (4)||Jake Kamrass/3, John Edwardh/5|
|2nd||19:30||BU||7-2||PP||Patrick Harper (8)||Jordan Greenway/10, Chad Krys/13|
|3rd||7:17||UML||3-7||PP||Kenny Hausinger (6)||Croix Evingson/2, John Edwardh/6|
|3rd||8:49||BU||8-3||EV||Kasper Kotkansalo (2)||Chase Phelps/1|
|3rd||15:24||BU||9-3||EV||Jordan Greenway (7)||Cam Crotty/3, Bobo Carpenter/9|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|UMass Lowell (9-8-0)||1/5||7/14||0|
|Boston University (8-10-1)||2/5||7/14||1|
|UMass Lowell Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Tyler Wall (L, 0-6-0)||32:53||6||21||6||0||27|
|Boston University Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Jake Oettinger (W, 7-9-1)||60:00||3||6||4||5||15|
BOSTON, Mass. - The Boston University men's ice hockey team closed out the 2017 portion of its schedule with a resounding 9-3 victory over visiting UMass Lowell on Saturday evening at Agganis Arena.
Junior Jordan Greenway scored his first career hat trick and added an assist while sophomore Chad Krys added a goal and two assists to help the Terriers move to 8-10-1 on the year and 6-6-1 in Hockey East play.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- For the second time in as many nights, freshman Brady Tkachuk opened the scoring with an early goal as the freshman finished off a rush at the 2:45 mark.
- Greenway pushed the lead to 2-0 soon after with a shorthanded tally just 12 seconds into the first power play of the night for either team.
- BU then cashed in on Lowell's first penalty of the night as sophomore Patrick Harper scored his first of two power-play goals on the night at 14:45 of the first.
- Lowell got on the board less than a minute later to create a 3-1 lead for the Terriers entering the first intermission.
- After putting three goals on the board in the first, the Terriers did one better in the middle stanza, firing four shots to the back of the net to take a 7-2 lead after two.
- Just a couple of minutes after being helped off the ice following a blocked shot on his knee, Krys scored his fourth goal of the season at 8:04 of the second.
- Just eight seconds later, Greenway stole the puck off the faceoff before firing home his second goal of the night.
- Freshman Cam Crotty pushed the lead to 6-1 at 12:53 of the second with his first goal as a Terrier.
- The visitors regrouped an got back on the board to make it 6-2 before Harper once again found the net on a power play to regain a five-goal cushion.
- The teams traded goals in the early stages of the third, capped by a tally by freshman Kasper Kotkansalo, before Greenway put the finishing touches on his career night with 4:36 left in regulation.
- The nine goals were the most by BU since a 9-5 win over Massachusetts on Jan. 30, 2015, when Evan Rodrigues tied a school record with six assists.
- UMass Lowell hadn't allowed nine goals since a 9-2 home loss to Maine on Nov. 11, 2005.
- Krys added a game-high five blocked shots and tied for the lead in plus-minus with d-partner John MacLeod at plus-4.
- The Terriers put forth a season-high 47 shots, including 24 in the opening period, and finished with a 47-18 shot advantage.
- Sophomore Jake Oettinger made 15 saves for the Terriers.
- For the River Hawks, Tyler Wall made 27 saves on 33 shots before being replaced by junior Christoffer Jernberg, who stopped 11 of the 14 shots he faced.
- BU went 2-for-5 on the power play and killed off four of UMass Lowell's five chances with the man advantage.
- Junior Bobo Carpenter earned a pair of assists and Crotty added a helper for his first multi-point game as a Terrier.
- The Terriers will take a four-week break for finals and the holidays before returning to action on Friday, Jan. 5, with an exhibition contest against the U.S. National Under-18 Team.