College Hockey:
War Song

Freshman David Warsofsky nipped up Brandon Yip’s blocked shot, flew down the right-wing boards in a shorthanded two-on-one with defensive linemate Eric Gryba. Gryba was just enough of a distraction to Brad Thiessen, as Warsofsky snapped the puck right by the goaler for the 4-2 lead …

Hobey Baker candidate Colin Wilson piled on, ripping it by Thiessen moments later for the kill shot. 5-2 Terriers, BU on the power play with 4:28 to go.

Barring a monumental comeback, the win will give BU an undefeated non-conference record and its 29th Beanpot title … far and away the most of the four participants.

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