Thursday, November 12, 2009

Injury update

The Daily Free Press’s hockey notebook updates the growing Terrier injury list. Freshman Alex Chiasson took a hit in practice and is questionable for the weekend, while sophomore netminder Grant Rollheiser may finally be available for action this weekend against Merrimack and Nick Bonino's shoulder injury is improving.

Hockey Night on Campus—correction
The weekly internet radio program didn’t air last night as Bernie Corbett handled the emcee duties at the Massachusetts Hockey Hall of Fame dinner. His and Paul McNamara’s guest tonight (7-9 p.m.) include UMass Amherst Coach --and former Terrier wing--Don "Toot" Cahoon, UNH women's coach Brian McCloskey, Bemidji State Coach Tom Serratore, CHN Editor Adam Wodon and Eliot Olshansky. Details.

Looking back
Kudos to former BU assistant captain Brian Strait, who notched his first professional goal last night in Wilkes Barre/Scranton’s 6-1 thumping of Portland. John Curry stopped 17 shots to pick up his seventh win in ten starts. Recap.

Looking ahead
Just back from the Four Nations tournament in Finland, 2010 recruit Charlie Coyle scored the only goal for the South Shore Kings in a 1-1 tie with the Junior Bruins. Coyle has 7 goals and 21 assists in 15 games for the Kings.

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