Friday, October 30, 2009

Gameday—BU and Lowell, first of a pair

The Terriers and River Hawks meet for a pair this weekend, their first games since BU edged UMass-Lowell, 1-0, in a hard-fought Hockey East championship game last March. Tonight, the teams face off at Tsongas Arena.

Inside College Hockey’s Jeff Howe previews this key early-season matchup.
USCHO weekly Hockey East preview.
BU game notes with links for gametracker, the Internet broadcast on WWZN and a pay-per-video Internet telecast on the B2 Network.
• The Free Press' Boston Hockey Blog will be live blogging throughout the game. [Note: It's an interactive blog, so you can add your own comments and ask questions during the game.]
• This week's schedule of D1 college hockey games.

A Philadelphia Flyers fan blog traces the path that took Colby Cohen (photo) from Villanova, Penn., to the Terrier blueline.

Looking back
For All American goalie John Curry pitched his first shutout of the AHL season, in a 1-0 overtime win over Maniotoba, raising his record to 5-2.

Where are they now—2005-06 defense corps
We’ve reported recently on three of the blueliners on the Terrier squad
that won the 2006 Hockey East title. Matt Gilroy is with the Rangers, Kevin Schaeffer is playing for David Quinn on the AHL Lake Erie Monsters and Sean Sullivan was just returned to San Antonio by the Phoenix Coyotes after a brief recall, but no starts.

Last season, we reported that Tom Morrow was playing for Bakersfield in the ECHL. This season, he’s closer to his native Minnesota, playing for the Kalamazoo Wings.

Dan Spang opted to play overseas in the German DEL with the Nuermberg Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers (DEL)

Jakabs Redlihs is playing in the Russian KHL for Riga Dynamo KHL. Teammates include his brothers Mikelis and Krisjanis along with former Maine star Marty Kariya.

Kevin Kielt retired from hockey but is a seen at most Terrier home games.

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