Friday, November 20, 2009

Gameday--Dogs & Cats at the Whitt

Terriers begin a crucial home-and-home series tonight against New Hampshire at the Whittemore Center in Durham. With Tuesday’s matchup against Harvard at the Bright Center, BU will play three games in five days heading into the holiday.

The latest news on the injury list is that Chris Connolly will be a game-time decision tonight. Colby Cohen, who was injured in practice, is expected to play. Grant Rollheiser is a game-time decision for tomorrow night’s game at Agganis Arena. Freshman Alex Chiasson returns to the lineup, joining Nick Bonino and David Warsofsky (photo), who moves up front, on the Terriers’ top line. Kieran Millan gets the start in goal. Probable lines & defense pairings:



Along with game notes, we have links to Live Stats, the UNH pay-per-view Webcast ($6.95) and the WZZN Radio Webcast which will be on delayed taped following the BU-Indiana basketball game. The Boston Hockey Blog will be live blogging throughout the game.

Daily Free Press game preview
USCHO Weekly Hockey East column game preview
USCHO preview of New Hampshire reports that the January 8 BU-BC game at Fenway Park will be broadcast by NESN.

Looking back
Yahoo Sports offers a ranking of the top 10 hockey games of the past decade with the Terriers’ 4-3 overtime win over Miami in 2009 title game placing third.

►Former Boston and New York TV news sportscaster Len Berman’s new book, “The Greatest Moments in Sports,” picks the 1980 U.S. Olympic team’s “Miracle on Ice, ” that featured former Terriers Jim Craig, Mike Eruzione, Jack O'Callahan and Dave Silk, as the top American sports event of all time.

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