EAST LANSING, Mich. — The Boston University men’s hockey team flew about 800 miles for a pair of matchups in The Great Lakes State this weekend, but by the end of it the only distance that mattered to coach David Quinn was one step — one big step backward, as he put it.
The No. 13 Terriers fell to Michigan State, 3-1, Saturday at Munn Ice Arena after entering the final frame up by a goal, the second night in a row BU found itself in that situation. The Terriers (3-3-0) lost to fourth-ranked Michigan, 2-1, on Friday.
“They were the much better team tonight. That’s all there is to it,” Quinn said. “It’s our puck possession and our puck management that’s killing us. It’s just killing us. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.