Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Gryba signs, Bonino scores

Senior assistant captain Eric Gryba has signed a three-year contract with Ottawa and joined the Senators’ AHL affiliate in Binghamton. A third-round round draft choice in 2006, Gryba’s first pro game is likely to come this Friday against two former Terrier teammates, Brian Strait and John Curry of Wilkes Barre/Scranton. The Sens and Baby Pens will play three times in April.

Nick Bonino registered his first NHL goal last night in Anaheim’s 3-1 win against Dallas. His power play marker (video) earned him first star of the game honors. Teemu Selanne, who assisted on the goal, retrieved the milestone puck for Bonino, who skated on the Ducks’ top line.

►Ducks' podcast interview with Bonino.

Post-game comments from Bonino:

The Daily Free Press profiled senior center Luke Popko, the Terriers' top defensive specialist and team prankster.

Looking back
Former Terrier Keith Tkachuk celebrated his 38th birthday Sunday by scoring the game-winner in St. Louis’ 2-1 win over Anaheim. It was the 72nd career GWG (video) for the Blues’ forward who is reportedly considering retirement.

This Date in Terrier Hockey History 1990, 1995

Looking ahead
The South Shore Kings will face the St. Louis Jr. Blues today in the championship game of USA Hockey's Tier III Junior A Nationals in Marlboro, Mass. 2010 recruit Charlie Coyle is the tournament's top scorer with a 2-7-9 line in four games

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