Friday, October 26, 2007

Dogs & Rat Hit the Road to A2

Member of the BU Dog Pound picked up a traveling companion for their trip to Ann Arbor. CSTV.com’s RinkRat Elliot Olshansky reports that “early Friday morning, I'll be on my way out to Ann Arbor with 17 of Boston University's most hardcore fans, and the CSTV.com camera will be rolling.” We keep an eye on Elliot’s blog and the CSTV.com site to see how eventful the journey is. Meanwhile, the Go Terriers Web site offers a pre-game look at BU-Michigan.

While John Curry headed West, another ex-Terrier, Matt Radoslovich, returned to the East and his home state of New Jersey. Rado joins the ECHL Trenton Titans after two seasons with the Quad City Mallards and a training camp stop with the AHL Norfolk Admirals. In Trenton, he’ll see a very familiar face—if not a former teammate—as Brad Zancanaro’s twin brother Tony, a former Providence College standout, is on the Titan’s roster. So is ex-BCer Joe Rooney.

Déjà vu?
Jack Parker, after last Friday's Terriers’ 4-1 loss to UNH:
We had four or five great opportunities, and we try to make a better pass, a better-looking goal. It’s almost as if they think they’ll get more points.”
Devils Coach Brent Sutter , after tonight’s 2-0 loss to the Rangers, NJ’s third time shut out this year: “"They all want to make pretty plays. That's not how it happens."

Worcester defenseman, Dan Spang, featured in an Oct.19 Hockey News article, was named to Minor Leagues News top 50 minor league players.

In today's post on the NHL’s players to watch list, we neglected to point out that forward Aaron O’Callahan, son of ex-Terrier All-American, Olympic gold medal winner and NHL defenseman Jack O’Callahan, received a B rating. Aaron is a 6-2, 180 lb. senior at Taft.

2 comments:

Z-Brilliance said...

Any idea if we have a good shot at getting Aaron O'Callahan to come follow in his father's footsteps?

Chris said...

I know it's completely random and irrelevant, but I traded for Dan Spang in my NHL 08 dynasty and he's progressing nicely! He's got a potential rating of 80 and he's on the top pairing of my AHL affiliate :-)

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