Tuesday, January 12, 2010


More Frozen Fenway
ESPN Video interview with Kieran Millan, who is no stranger to outdoor hockey games.

The New Haven Register checked in with junior wing Joe Pereira who recovered from hernia surgery in time to play at Frozen Fenway. For Pereira, a Yankees fan, an added thrill was dressing the visitng locker room stall that Derek Jeter uses.

ESPN.com examined how the semester break and time away from the ice may have helped the Terriers regroup for the second half of the season.

More Fenway photos--the Green Monster scoreboard 1, 2

Freshman Wade Megan's game-winner in the Frozen Fenway game earned him Hockey East's ProAmbitions Rookie of the Week honors. Millan, Pereira and David Warsofsky made the weekly honor roll.

BU's commemorative jersey for the Frozen Fenway game, designed by Coach Jack Parker, earned a shout-out from Inside College Hockey's First Shift.

Captain Kevin Shattenkirk and assistant captain Nick Bonino appears on the official fan voting ballot for the Hobey Baker Award, won last season by Matt Gilroy.

Did you know....
The five largest crowds to ever watch a BU hockey game have all come in the last 26 months and include both Red Hot Hockey games, both contests at last year’s Frozen Four in addition to Frozen Fenway event.
  • Frozen Fenway vs. Boston College at Fenway Park 1-8-10 Att. 38,472
  • NCAA Championship Game vs. Miami at Verizon Center, Washington D.C., 4-11-09 Att. 18,512
  • NCAA Semifinal vs. Vermont at Verizon Center, Washington D.C., 4-19-09 Att 18,512
  • Red Hot Hockey II vs. Cornell at Madison Square Garden, 11-28-09 Att. 18,200
  • Red Hot Hockey I vs. Cornell at Madison Square Garden, 11-24-07 Att. 18,200
Looking back
NHL.com caught up with Brandon Yip to discuss his early NHL success--5 goals in 10 games since his call-up from the AHL--and the impact of his senior season at BU.
"Last season helped out tremendously, I think, in my career and my life," says Yip, who had 43 points and 118 penalty minutes in 45 games last season for the Terriers."It changed my work ethic around, being around a team with great leadership. Everyone was pulling for the same goal. It was pretty special to be part of that. I definitely learned a lot from it."

John Curry has been recalled from Wilkes Barre/Scranton to Pittsburgh by the Penguins. He was called up last season and played in three games.

Colin Wilson, now recovered from a painful injury, discusses the obstacles he’s faced in his first pro season.

Looking ahead
NHL Central Scouting has issued its midyear rankings of draft-eligible prospects. Charlie Coyle was #19 among North American skaters while Yasin Cissé was ranked at #83. 2010 recruit Sahir Gill, who began the season with the Chicago Steel, but has now returned to the BCHL Vernon Vipers, was not ranked. The other two 2010 class recruits, Matt Nieto and Adam Clendening, are eligible for the 2011 draft.

The Scouting Report published its assessment of Cissé prior to the foot injury that will sideline the winger from Quebec for the remainder of the USHL season.

Coyle has been named to the South squad for the upcoming EJHL All-Star Game.


nick said...

I think you copied the links incorrectly. Here are the correct URLs:



Terrier Blogger said...

Thanks, Nick. Now corrected.

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