Friday, April 04, 2008

Linkorama—Catching Up--UPDATED!

Four Terriers have been honored by the New England Hockey Writers. Seniors Pete MacArthur and Bryan Ewing and Junior Matt Gilroy were named Division 1 New England all-stars, while freshman Colin Wilson was named Rookie of the Year. Gilroy also received the Bob Monahan Award as New England’s top defenseman, succeeding Sean Sullivan who received that honor a year ago and now plays in the Phoenix organization.

A NESN video feature on Gilroy, produced prior to the Hockey East playoffs, suggests that he might leave BU to sign an NHL contract, but we’re hearing from a number of sources that he will return for his senior year and suit up along with his brother, incoming freshman Kevin Gilroy.

UPDATE: Gilroy's return for his senior year has now been confirmed and reported by the Daily Free Press.

A Boston Globe feature examined the Terrier experience of senior walk-on forward Craig Sanders.

Congratulations to former Terrier Rob Davies, who led Curry College to the regular season title in Division 3 ECAC Northeast Conference.

Former All-American goalie John Curry has been named to the AHL All-Rookie team where he was joined by fellow Hockey East products Brian Boyle (BC) and Ted Purcell (Maine)

This week marked the 10th anniversary of Chris Drury winning the Hobey Baker Award. Earlier in the week Drury scored yet another game-winning goal, the 44th regular season game-winner of his NHL career, in the Rangers’ 2-1 OT win against Pittsburgh

Chris Bourque had a Texas hattrick, netting four goals for Hershey/AHL last Friday

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