Sunday, January 03, 2010

A good start


BU began its second semester schedule last night with a solid victory over UMass and its highest scoring output of the season—7-3. Senior Zach Cohen and junior Colby Cohen (photo) each contributed a pair of goals with Nick Bonino, Alex Chiasson and Eric Gryba added singles. Colby with four points and Zach with three each set a career high for points in a game. Chiasson gave BU a lead it wouldn’t relinquish late in the first period on a center point slapper with Zach Cohen screening the goalie. Kieran Millan stopped 20 shots by the Minutemen, who like BU scored three power play goals.

Next up for the Terriers is their matchup with BC next Friday night at Frozen Fenway. Look for details later this week.

• BU Athletics recap and comprehensive boxscore
• USCHO recap
• Boston Hockey Blog recap and feature on power play
• WTBU recap and analysis
• MassLive.com recap
• Boston Herald recap
• Boston Globe recap
• Video highlights
• Jack Parker post-game comments (audio file)
• Zach Cohen and Colby Cohen post-game comments:


Looking back
Jay Pandolfo scored the game-winner in the Devils's 5-3 victory over the Wild. Pandolfo and other members of the 2000 Stanley Cup champion Devils will be recognized prior to Tuesday's game.

ECHL Gwinnett's Jason Lawrence netted a pair of goals--including the tying goal late in the third period--but the Gladiators lost to Florida in a shootout, 5-4. Lawrence has six goals for the season and, in 15 games since being traded by Charlotte, he has a 5-5-10 scoring line.




Looking ahead.
2011 recruit Cason Hohmann picked up his 11th assist of the season for Cedar Rapids in a 7-5 win over Des Moines.

4 comments:

White Rose Duelist said...

I can't believe UMass tried the 6 on 3 against us. They got what they deserved. The only thing that could have made the goal better was if Millan scored it.

Peter Klein said...

Anyone know if/where the Friday game at Fenway will be televised at a NYC bar?

Maddog said...

The NHL Network

Allan said...

find a place that somehow has nesn on satellite? or watch it illegally online perhaps

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