When it comes to NCAA Ice Hockey in Boston, there’s no better place to be than Boston University’s Agganis Arena. Home to the Boston University Terriers, fans always flock to the games, so it’s important to book Agganis Arena parking ahead of time with ParkWhiz. The Terriers have a long and winning history, having first played during the 1917-18 season. Before moving to Agganis Arena in 2005, the team had been based at Walter Brown Arena since 1971. The venue is named in honor of Harry Agganis, a university football and basketball player who passed away during his career. The team won the NCAA Tournament Championship in 1971, 1972, 1978, 1995 and 2009. They have participated in the Boston-area Beanpot tournament since it began in 1952 and have been very successful, appearing at the title game 54 times. The Terriers have participated in the NCAA Frozen Four 22 times, and have won the Conference Tournament Championship 14 times. During the years between 1961 and 1984, the Terriers participated in the Eastern College Athletic Conference, winning five tournament championships. The Boston University Terriers have also been competitive for the Hockey East Conference Championships, in which they have won nine regular season titles, most recently in 2018. Three team members have won the Hobey Baker Award, specifically Chris Drury in 1998, Matt Gilroy in 2009, and Jack Eichel in 2015. In addition to Boston University Hockey, the venue is also a popular concert venue and was home to the annual CRASH-B World Indoor Rowing Championship from 2008 to 2018. With not only a venerable team but also space for concerts and more, it is crucial to book Agganis Arena parking in advance with ParkWhiz.
Photo by tiZom (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons