Saturday, October 22, 2011

Game Day: Terriers vs. Crusaders

Terriers face off tonight against Holy Cross at Agganis Arena in their final non-conference game until Red Hot Hockey vs. Cornell after Thanksgiving.

● preview, game tracker , WWZN Radio Webcast, All Access Webcast,
● BU game notes
● Boston Hockey Blog live in-game blog
● CHN Tale of the Tape
● Holy Cross game notes

Looking ahead
2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon assisted on three goals in Indiana’s 6-2 win against Tri-City. 2012 recruit Robert Polesello also added a helper.

Looking back
Nick Bonino recorded his second 3-point game in a week, assisting on three goals, including the overtime game-winner, as the Syracuse Crunch beat Lake Erie 4-3. Dave Van der Gulik had an assist for the David Quinn-coached Monsters.

Scott King, who played BU’s 1995-96 Frozen Four squad, continues his long professional career in Europe and currently is the leading scorer for the Hannover Scorpions in the German DEL. Other ex-Terriers in the DEL include John Curry with the Hamburg Freezers and John LaLiberte with Wolfsburg Grizzly Adams.

Women’s team
Freshman Kayla Tutino’s unassisted goal late in the final period—her fifth of the season—enabled the Terriers to tie Clarkson University, 2-2, at Cheel Arena in Potsdam, N.Y. BU took an early lead on junior Taylor Holze’s goal, but the Knights pulled even on a two-man advantage in the second and took the lead early in the third. Kerrin Sperry stopped 32 shots for BU, which takes on St. Lawrence today in nearby Canton, N.Y. (which is home to men’s team forward Wade Megan).

● recap/preview of St.Lawrence
● WTBU Sports recap
● HockeyEastOnline recap

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