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Boston University Terriers Hockey Tickets

Boston University Hockey tickets

The 2014 Schedule

The Boston University Terriers have one of the most talented rosters in the Hockey East Conference. Last year, they had an NCAA Tournament appearance and proved once again they are a force to be reckoned with! Now is the time to catch the Boston University Terriers in action. There are still some tickets left for their home games, but they won't last long.

Act now and grab your tickets for the January 24 and 25 games. There are also tickets available for five home match-ups on February 3, 7, 10, 15 and the 28. Don't be left out in the cold, and grab your chance to take a seat at the innovative Agganis Arena.Agganis Arena is a state-of-the-art venue, purposed to host family shows, sporting events, concerts, trade shows and conferences. With nearly 7,000 seats for hockey and ice shows, the Agganis Arena offers flexibility in being able to accommodate more than 8,000 seats for sporting events, family shows and concerts.

To get in on the action, make sure you reserve your hockey tickets in advance right here through StubHub. StubHub has you covered when it comes to all sporting events you want to be a part of - from seeing the action on the ice or the field. So what are you waiting for?! Take a look around StubHub today!

The Team

The Terriers have one five national championships and are the only Eastern team to win back-to-back NCAA titles. Winning their first title in 1971 and again in 1972 with head coach Jack Kelley at the helm, BU has claimed three titles under their current head coach, Jack Parker in 1978, 1995 and 2009.

The Terriers have also won the "triple crown" - three tournaments consisting of the Beanpot, their conference tournament and the NCAA championships in 1972, 1995 and 2009. In 1995 and 2009, the Terriers additionally trumped their opponents and claimed the Hockey East regular season title, giving the team four major trophies in each season.

In October 1995, BU raised its fourth national championship banner as it opened a new season. Moments after, the program suffered its greatest on-ice catastrophe. Freshman Travis Roy, a Maine native, was paralyzed from the neck down just 11 seconds into his first college game. The 20-year-old Roy crashed head first into the boards after a University of North Dakota player, Mitch Vig avoided his check. Roy cracked his fourth vertebra and was left a quadriplegic. He missed a year of college, but he returned and earned a degree in communications in 2000.

Roy has maintained a strong presence with the BU hockey program. He has become a motivational speaker and an inspirational figure for sufferers of spinal cord injuries. In an effort to raise money for research, the Travis Roy Foundation was founded in 1997. In October 1999, Roy's No. 24 jersey was retired; the only BU hockey player to earn this honor.

The History

The Boston University Terriers men's ice hockey program is one of the most storied in NCAA Division I Hockey. Their program started in 1918, and 96 years later it is still going strong!

The Terriers have been using the Agganis Arena since it was built in January 2005. In 2009, it became home to the 2009 National Champion ice hockey team, the BU Terriers. The Arena was named in memory of Harry Agganis, an exceptional football and baseball athlete for Boston University and the Boston Red Sox. Tragically, he passed away at the age of 26 from a massive pulmonary embolism.

The hockey rink is named the Jack Parker Rink, after one of hockey's most victorious coaches in all of college hockey history.


The Boston University Terriers certainly have earned their share of bragging rights. They have eight men in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame: Tony Amonte, Jim Craig, Mike Eruzione, Jack Garrity, Jack Kelley, Jack O'Callahan, Dave Silk and Keith Tkachuk.

As of the 2009-2010 season, there are 61 former Terriers who have played in the National Hockey League. Six of them won the Stanley Cup and have their names inscribed on the renowned trophy - Jay Pandolfo, Scott Young, Joe Dipenta, Chris Drury, Ed Ronan and Shawn McEachern. In 2009, forward Colin Wilson was awarded the USA Hockey College Player of the Year. The Terriers also have eight players who have been awarded the NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player honor.

And, if that isn't enough to get you up out of your seat, the Terriers have also had hockey players in every winter game in the Olympics for Team USA since 1936.

The Experience

From players to coaches, the Terriers are one of the most adorned college teams around! With all of their rich history. The Boston Terriers are the team to keep your eye on.

Get out and watch the team the way it was meant to be watched - live! You just never know when you will see the next talent burst onto the scene. StubHub has you covered for all the NCAA hockey tickets you need, so start making your plans to be a part of the exciting action!

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