Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Back to D.C.

The Terriers are planning a return visit to Washington D.C., the site of BU's dramatic 4-3 overtime win over Miami in the national championship game (just in case you forgot). Next month, the 2009 NCAA champs will reunite for a visit to the White House, following an invitation to meet President Obama. The date is still TBD, but will be reported here as soon as it is finalized.

Blog contributor Sean Pickett has posted on YouTube highlight videos of BU's Frozen Four wins over Miami and Vermont in true HD. Those links are below along with another for a short clip of BU's 3-goals- in-44-seconds outburst against BC in the Hockey East semifinal. Remember to click the HD button before clicking the full-screen button.
BU-Miami (NCAA)
BU-Vermont (NCAA)
BU-BC (HE)

One more honor for Colin Wilson, who has been named 2009 College Player of the Year by USA Hockey. A first team All-American, Wilson also was named College Hockey News' Player of the Year.

Looking back
Former Terrier Chris Bourque scored a short handed game-winner as the Hershey Bears clinched the AHL’s Eastern Conference Championship with a win over Providence in game five of their series. Bourque has a 4-14-18 line in 16 playoff games following a 73-point regular season. Kevin Schaeffer played in five post-season games for Providence, while Jason Lawrence, who signed an ATO with Providence last week, did not dress for any games.

1 comment:

dakourtz said...

Thanks for posting.

It still brings back the goose bumps!

Dave

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