Boston University’s embattled ice hockey program got back to the ice Saturday night at Agganis Arena and the Terriers got back to the business of playing winning hockey with a 3-2 victory over Providence College in the Hockey East opener for both teams. After the program was rebuked by a scathing university internal review of the team’s wayward ``hockey culture,’’ the Terriers seemed to put the program in more of a positive light after rallying from a 2-1 deficit with a pair of decisive goals in the final 4:02 of the second period to win the home opener of their 91st season, which seemed to be the first step in repairing their tattered image.
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