Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Joubert named to BU Athletics HOF

Jacques Joubert, captain of the Terriers’ 1995 National Championship team, has been selected for induction in the BU Athletics Hall of Fame this May. He joins 45 other Terrier hockey players so honored including Chris Drury, Jack O’Callahan, Rick Meagher, Steve Stirling, Jack Kelley and Jack Parker.

Joubert scored 131 points in a three-year BU career (he’d transferred from Princeton) including 53 points (29-23) in his senior season. His final point was the game-winning goal in BU’s 6-2 title game win over Maine.

Looking back
On the Avalanche Web site, Brandon Yip discusses (video) his early NHL success as well as the prospects for Kevin Shattenkirk, Colby Cohen and Kieran Millan, all Avs’ draft picks, to join him in Colorado.

A pair of former Terrier teammates have been signed to PTOs by the AHL Hartford Wolf Pack. After beginning the season with Lake Erie, Schaeffer played 31 games for Charlotte in the ECHL. Roche also had been with Charlotte with a 16-13-29 in 34 games.

AHL.com looks at first-year pro John McCarthy’s increased offensive output.

Colin Wilson scored the shootout winner in the Milwaukee Admirals 4-3 win over San Antonio. Former BU captain Sean Sullivan scored his 9th goal for the Rampage. Wilson has a 7-13-20 line in 29 games with the Admirals. Sullivan has 30 points and is the Rampage’s 2nd leading scorer. He's third in scoring among AHL defensemen.

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