Friday, March 18, 2011

Friday Linkorama

Freshmen Charlie Coyle was named Hockey East’s Rookie of the Year at the leagues’awards dinner on Thursday night. Coyle scored 21 points in conference games and 26 overall. He joins the list of Terriers who have won this award: Kieran Millan (2009), Brandon Yip (2006), Rick DiPietro (2000), Scott Cashman (1990) and Scott Young (1986).

Juniors Kieran Millan and David Warsofsky were named second team Hockey East All-Stars while sophomore Alex Chiasson and freshman Adam Clendening received honorable mention.

Coyle and Clendening were named to the Hockey East all-rookie team. Coyle, who spent most of the season on BU’s top line, was a unanimous selection. Junior forward Chris Connolly was named a runner-up for the Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award and junior goalie Kieran Millan was named a runner-up for the Three Stars Award.

Looking Back
Colin Wilson scored his 15th goal of the season (video) and added an assist in Nashville’s 4-3 overtime win over the Bruins.

Jason Lawrence, top goal-scorer on BU’s 2009 National Champions, completed his season with Eindhoven in the Netherlands with 30 goals and 28 assists in 45 games. Lawrence was named to the European IJS League All-Star Team.

Women’s Team—Frozen Four edition
Red Hot Hockey resurfaces at the Frozen Four as Hockey East regular season champion BU takes on Cornell at Tullio Arena in Erie Pennsylvania. An 8 p.m. ET face off is scheduled. The #3 seeded Terriers are making their first ever visit to the NCAA Frozen Four tonight, facing #2 Cornell also for the first time.

Terriers' offense is led by junior Jenn Wakefield, freshman Marie-Phillip Poulin, and seniors Jill Kirchner and captain Holly Lorms. Catherine Ward and Tara Watchorn anchor the blueline, while freshman Kerrin Sperry has been rock solid in goal. has links to game notes, game tracker, WTBU Sports Web cast and the NCAA Web cast
• Daily Free Press game preview
• Boston Hockey Blog live in-game blog
• Scarlet Daily Digest: Redemption Song with links to three video clips
• Boston Herald feature on Terriers and game day article
• Boston Globe feature on Terriers
• New England Hockey Journal Frozen Four feature
• Go profiles: BU and Cornell; game day feature
• Ithaca Journal preview

Graduate student and defenseman Catherine Ward was named a second team All-American. A member of the 2010 gold-medal winning Canadian Olympic team, War was third in the nation in assists among blueliners.
• Hockey East Online report.

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