Weekend Watchlist: Feb. 23-24

Published On February 23, 2013 | By Kimberly Petalas


The Boston University Terriers will travel up to Lowell tonight to take on the UMass-Lowell Riverhawks at 7 p.m. The Terriers go into this game at 14-13-2 and are struggling to right the ship during a terrible second half that threatens to drop them out of home ice contention for the Hockey East playoffs. You can listen live on AM 1510 – NBC Sports.

Northeastern University will host the Providence College Friars at 7 p.m. The Huskies have lost the last seven out of ten games and are in dire need of a win if they hope to make the playoffs at all. They are currently in last place in Hockey East, but are just three points out of a playoff spot. You can listen live on the Northeastern website.


As part of Spring Training, the Red Sox will be taking on the St. Louis Cardinals at 1:05 p.m. at Roger Dean Stadium. This is the continuation of their normal spring training games down in Florida. They will play a game every day from now through March 30.

The Bruins next game will be in Florida against the Panthers. After part of the team came down with the flu this past week, it looks like they will have a full line up for this game. The Bruins have won their last two games and hope to continue their winning streak. The action begins at 3 p.m. on NESN.

The Boston College Eagles hockey team will travel to Andover to take on Merrimack College at 4 p.m. The Eagles tied their last game and lost the one before that, thereby allowing Merrimack to leapfrog over them into first place in Hockey East. The game is sure to be quite a contest and will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network.

The Celtics will travel to Oregon to take on the Trail Blazers at 9 p.m.  They have been struggling to keep a winning streak going, but they easily won their last game against the Suns. They go into this game at 29-26. You can watch the game on CSN-NE or listen live on WEEI 93.7FM.

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Kimberly graduated from Hofstra University in December 2012. She has been a sports fan her whole life and grew up around sports, whether it was playing or watching them. She started her writing career interning for her local newspaper, The Gardner News, where she currently works as a reporter. In college, Kimberly wrote for Long Island Report, as well as Her Campus Hofstra.