Greenway's Four Points Help Boston University Skate Past UMass Lowell, 9-3
Junior forward Jordan Greenway posts three goals and an assist for Terriers

Junior forward Jordan Greenway scored three goals and an assist for the Terriers
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 2:45  BU1-0 EV Brady Tkachuk (4)Drew Melanson/4
1st 4:09  BU2-0 SH Jordan Greenway (5)Bobo Carpenter/8
1st 14:45  BU3-0 PP Patrick Harper (7)Dante Fabbro/8, Chad Krys/12
1st 15:40  UML1-3 EV Charlie Levesque (2)Jake Kamrass/2, Connor Wilson/3
2nd 8:04  BU4-1 EV GW Chad Krys (5)Patrick Curry/2, Shane Bowers/6
2nd 8:12  BU5-1 EV Jordan Greenway (6) -
2nd 12:53  BU6-1 EV Cam Crotty (1) -
2nd 13:40  UML2-6 EV Connor Wilson (4)Jake Kamrass/3, John Edwardh/5
2nd 19:30  BU7-2 PP Patrick Harper (8)Jordan Greenway/10, Chad Krys/13
3rd 7:17  UML3-7 PP Kenny Hausinger (6)Croix Evingson/2, John Edwardh/6
3rd 8:49  BU8-3 EV Kasper Kotkansalo (2)Chase Phelps/1
3rd 15:24  BU9-3 EV Jordan Greenway (7)Cam Crotty/3, Bobo Carpenter/9
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
UMass Lowell  1113
Boston University  3429
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
UMass Lowell  75618
Boston University  24131047
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)32:536 216027
Christoffer Hernberg27:073 03811
Boston University Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Jake Oettinger (W, 7-9-1)60:003 64515

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.


- 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.