Thursday, November 03, 2011

Thursday Linkorama

● New England Hockey Journal analysis of BU-UMass series
● USCHO Hockey East Blog looks at BU-UMass and TV contract
Inside Terrier HockeyEpisode 4 Webcast guests are Jack Parker, sophomore center Charlie Coyle and former Terrier Travis Roy, recipient of the BU’s prestigious Young Alumni Award last weekend as part of Alumni Weekend. Roy was paralyzed 11 seconds into his first and only college game 16 years ago last month. Video feature on Roy.

Looking back
Terrier teammates on the 2009 national championship team, Colby Cohen and David Warsofsky, both now members of the Bruins’ AHL affiliate in Providence, talked with Terrier Nation (video) about the transition to professional hockey.

Women’s team
Captain Jenn Wakefield (photo) scored a milestone goal and added two assists as the Terriers thumped Boston College, 4-1, at Conte Forum. The senior center’s first-period goal earned her the distinction of being the first Women’s Hockey East player to reach 100 goals. The former Canadian National Team player scored 59 goals in two seasons at the University of New Hampshire and has added 41 more (9 this season) since transferring to BU.

Kathryn Miller provided the eventual game-winner with just a minute to go in the first period. After BC sliced the lead to 2-1, Louis Warren and Isabel Menard added third-period goals to put the game out of reach. Kerrin Sperry turned aside 30 shots to gain her fourth win of the season.
● recap and comprehensive box score
● Hockey East recap
● Daily Free Press recap and Wakefield feature
● Coach Brian Durocher post-game comments (video)
● Wakefield post-game comments:

1 comment:

joseph burrell said...

hmmm that is new to me, a New England Hockey Journal, I thought they liked basketball or football only haha, just kidding, now I remember I read something about it on Hostpph website

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