Saturday, November 20, 2010

Terriers rebound and double up UNH--UPDATED


In a game in which they played better and better as the contest progressed, BU rode four second-period goals to a 4-2 win over New Hampshire and earned a split of the weekend series. Junior goalie Grant Rollheiser (photo) was a standout, stopping 41 shots. BU, trailing by 1-0, entering the middle period, got goals from Matt Nieto, Adam Clendening –his first—Alex Chiasson and Sahir Gill. Chiasson with a goal and an assist and Corey Trivino with two helpers were the only multiple point scorers.

Terriers won the faceoff battle 39-27, with Charlie Coyle and Wade Megan putting up strong numbers. The one negative note was a broken finger suffered by junior wing Chris Connolly, who will miss the rest of the first semester.

• Go Terriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
• Video highlights
• The Boston Hockey Blog recap, grades, Connolly injury report and slide show
• USCHO recap
• WTBU Sports recap
• Postgame audio from BU head coach Jack Parker and from UNH head coach Dick Umile and forward Paul Thompson
• College Hockey News recap
• Boston Globe recap
• Union-Leader recap

• Chiasson/Rollheiser post-game comments





Looking back at Terrier defensmen
Brian Strait scored his first goal of the season and John Curry stopped 24 shots as Wilkes Barre/Scranton beat Hershey, 4-3, in AHL action.

Matt Gilroy picked up his third assist of the season in the Ranger’s 5-2 win over the Wild.

A night after scoring his first NHL goal, Kevin Shattenkirk recorded his first multiple-point game with two assists in Colorado’s 4-3 shootout win against Dallas. Shattenkirk, who logged nearly 25 minutes of icetime, talked with the Denver Post's Adrian Dater about his prospects for staying with the Avs when injured players return.

Former All Hockey East defenseman Bryan Miller scored the game-winner in overtime as the Alaska Aces edge Utah in EHCL action., 5-4. It was the second goal of the year for Miller, now in his fourth season on the Aces' blueline.

Former Terrier captain Sean Sullivan's scored his fourth goal of the year in Worcester's 2-1 shootout loss to Portland.

Looking ahead
2011 recruit Cason Hohmann scored the game-winning shootout goal for Cedar Rapids in a 4-3 win against Muskegon in USHL play. Alexx Privitera had an assist and a shootout goal for the Lumberjacks.

2011 recruit Matt O'Connor turned away 22 of 23 shots in Youngstown's 1-0 loss to Dubuque.

Women's team
The Terriers suffered their second loss of the season, falling to Boston College, 6-3, Saturday at Walter Brown Arena. Freshman Marie-Philip Poulin scored twice and Jillian Kirchner added the third goal, while Jenn Wakefield assisted on all three. The team meet again Sunday evening at Conte Forum.

• GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
• Video highlights
• Coach Brian Durocher's post-game comments.

2 comments:

Mr Lonely said...
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Doug Chapman said...

The problem with the BU powerplay is the pointmen are passing up too many potential shots. Get the puck on net and good things can happen, like rebounds and deflections. Those generate many more good chances than trying to make the perfect play.
In general, this team could shoot more often. It's nice to be unselfish, but you don't score without shooting.

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