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The most impressive (or mind-numbing if you’re a BU fan) aspect of the game was the insane discrepancy in 5-on-5 play. We don’t get exact 5-on-5 stats in college hockey, but what we do know is that eight of BC’s 40 shots on goal came on the power play, while that number was 17 of 23 for BU. So do the math. That means shots on goal in non-power play situations were 32-6 in favor of the Eagles. Furthermore, BU’s only goal came on the power play, while BC did not score on any of its man advantages. So the Eagles outscored the Terriers 5-0 in even-strength play. That’s ridiculous. Unheard of, really. Sure, you might see that kind of dominance against some stumblebum Atlantic Hockey team, but not against your archrival. Not against a ranked team.

What do we know about BC and BU after their first meeting of the season? (WEEI)
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