Friday, March 11, 2011

Game Day— Do or die for BU


Terriers must win tonight to keep their season going. Enough said.

BU was last eliminated in the quarterfinal in 1998.

Two lineup changes: Garrett Noonan returns from his one-game suspension and rejoins Adam Clendening on the second defense pairing, while Max Nicastro and Sean Escobedo are back together on the third unit. Chris Connolly will skate with Corey Trivino and Alex Chiasson, while Matt Nieto moves up to skate with fellow freshmen Sahir Gill and Charley Coyle.

Tonight’s game will be Web cast on WZZN Radio and on the Hockey East PayPerView system.

Boston Hockey Blog live in-game blog

Looking ahead
Terriers have received another commitment for 2012 and for the second time in a few weeks, it is the son of a former Terrier. Catholic Memorial’s 6-1, 190 left shot defenseman Marc Hetnik, Jr., a senior co-captain for the Knight’s will arrive at BU in September 2012 following a season in the British Columbia Hockey League, probably with the Nanaimo Clippers. Current freshman Noonan, also a CM grad, followed the same path, playing a season in the BCHL with the Vernon Vipers, before entering BU.

His father, Marc Hetnik, Sr., was a two-way centerman on BU’s 1978 national championship team which recorded a 30-2 record.

A Muskegon Lumberjacks feature looks at how 2011 recruit Alexx Privitera overcame a mid-season dry spell to resume his strong season on the ‘Jacks’ blueline.

2 comments:

joseph burrell said...

hahaha that is a cute dog drawing and I wonder who was the talented person who drew it, it must have been such an artist! :D





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