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Boston College aims for fourth Beanpot title in row (AP)
"We kind of stress that this is trophy season. Coming back from Christmas break there was an opportunity to win five or six trophies," Mullane said. "I think we kind of take it one tournament at a time with the ultimate goal to win a national championship."

Beanpot Preview (College Hockey News)
"We're concerned," York said at Wednesday's Beanpot luncheon. "We have to score more goals. We have to be a little more dirty around the goalmouth, kind of get some greasy goals. ... We're just not as sharp offensively. We're missing the net. We're not tenacious enough to get rebounds."

BC shakes off slump, Vermont (Boston Herald)
"I was out covering the points anyway,’’ said Brown. "I just tried to do what I could and stay in lanes. The guys on the bench go nuts, especially when someone gets a block."

Patrick Mullane living BC dream (Boston Herald)
"His leadership skills are extraordinary. He’s been outstanding in that area. We feel he’s been a significant part of our success and one of our catalysts."

#2 Women's Hockey Tops Maine, 6-3 (
Alex Carpenter tallied two goals and an assist and extended her Hockey East record point streak to 24 games as the #2 Eagles (20-4-2, 13-2-1 WHEA) topped Maine 6-3 on Saturday night. Corinne Boyles made 22 saves in her first action since Jan. 19 as she improved to 16-2-0 this season. Brittany Ott made 34 saves for the Black Bears in the loss to fall to 4-12-3.

NMSU drops interim tag for Martin (
Coach Addazio vs. Coach Martin in the desert. Get pumped.

Women's Basketball Falls to No. 10 Maryland, 85-62 (
Boston College only appeared to have a chance before Tianna Hawkins and Alyssa Thomas really got going. Hawkins scored 26 points and Thomas added 24 points as No. 10 Maryland turned a close game into an easy 85-62 win.