Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Midweek Linkorama--updated

Episode 7 of Inside BU Hockey features interview segments with Coach Jack Parker, senior center Corey Trivino and Tim Regan (photo), a BU Hall of Famer and Olympic Silver Medalist. He was named MVP of the 1972 NCAA Championship game in which he shut out Cornell, 4-0.

College Hockey News' latest Hockey East power ratings have the Terriers moving up to #3 behind Merrimack and BC.

Red Hot Hockey
Junior Wade Megan and sophomore Adam Clendening talked with BU Today about Saturday’s third edition of Red Hot Hockey

To get focused on the BU Cornell rivalry, check out a few of the previously posted Terriers Tales articles in the sidebar to the right: BU in the Big Apple, Red Hot Hockey Since 1925 and The Game that Never Was, which was written by former BU blueliner Dave Warner.

Looking ahead
Democrat & Chronicle: 2012 recruit Matthew Lane, one of four Rochester, N.Y. area skaters who recently committed to D1 schools.
● USHL announcement of Lane commitment

2012 recruit Jarrid Privitera suited up for his first USHL game, contributing an assist in Dubuque’s 3-2 OT win over Cedar Rapids.

2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon’s scored his sixth goal in seven games in Indiana’s 4-3 OT win against Green Bay. 2012 recruit Robert Poleselo set up the game-winner for the Ice.

Looking back
Former Terrier co-captain and Hobey Baker Award winner Matt Gilroy is featured in an NCAA promo for the 2012 Frozen Four in Tampa.

Chris Bourque’s 10th goal gave Hershey an early lead that ended when David Warsofsky scored his first goal for Providence, but the Bears, who also received an assist from Bourque, earned a 4-3 win.

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