Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Tuesday Linkorama

Matt Nieto, who has scored a goal in each of BU’s four games, was named to Hockey East’s top performers list for the past week. Going back to last season, the sophomore wing has found the net in six consecutive games. Junior assistant captain Alex Chiasson, with two goals and an assist in the Holy Cross loss for a team-leading seven points, also made the list. (Photo credit-Brendan Mahoney)

In the weekly rankings, the 2-2-0 Terriers fell to 13th in the USCHO poll and 12th in the USA Today poll.

● Daily Free Press analysis of BU’s 5-4 loss to Holy Cross
● WTBU Sports recap
● Post-game comments/transcripts: Coach Jack Parker, Chiasson
● USCHO weekend recap

Monday was a sad day for the college hockey community as Alabama-Huntsville, an independent since the demise of the College Hockey American conference, decided to shut down its Division 1 program, replacing it with a club team.
●Analysis from Chris Dilks of the Western College Hockey Blog.

Looking back
An AHL.com feature talks with Providence Bruins’ rookie David Warsofsky.

Looking ahead
After scoring two goals and five assists in a pair of wins for the GB Bruins U18s, 2013 recruit Brendan Collier continues to lead the Mass Midget Selects league in scoring with a 9-13-22 line.

Women’s team
Captain Jenn Wakefield, freshman Kayla Tutino and goal Kerrin Sperry—who has four 30+ save games this season—all made Hockey East’s top performers’ list for their efforts in the weekend’s win and tie in the North Country.

● Daily Free Press weekend recap
● Terriers dropped to #5 in the USCHO weekly rankings.

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