Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Tuesday Linkorama

Despite the lopsided loss to Lowell, BU remained in the USCHO weekly poll top 20, placing 16th.

CHN’s Joe Meloni opines that the Terriers will turn around their up-and-down season.

USCHO explores the deep BU roots of sophomore Charley Coyle, who leads the Terriers with a +9 to go with nine points. (photo credit-Brendan Mahoney)

The Daily Free Press looks at the team’s motivation and penalty issues and analyzes BU’s goaltending situation.

Looking back
2009 Hobey Baker Award winner Matt Gilroy earned a place on the NHL.com highlight reel with a spin-o-rama move and slick backhand pass to Steve Stamkos for tap-in goal in Tampa Bay’s 4-3 overtime win against Florida. It was Gilroy’s fourth assist of the season.

Looking ahead
2012 recruit Wesley Myron had Canada West’s only goal in a 2-1 exhibition game loss to Russia at the World Junior A Challenge in Langley, B.C. Canada West plays Team Sweden tonight and Team USA tomorrow in preliminary round games.

Myron’s teammate on the Victoria Grizzlies, 2012 recruit Mike Moran, registered his 12th assist in a 3-2 win against Coquitlam. His scoring line stands at 12-12-24.

Women’s team
Sophomore goalie Kerrin Sperry was named Hockey East’s co-defensive player of the week, following two standout outings: a 30-save performance in a 4-1 win against B.C., and a 35-save effort in Saturday’s 3-1 loss to the Eagles. Junior forward Isabel Menard earned a spot on Hockey East’s list of top performers for the week.
● Daily Free Press recap of Saturday’s game and analysis


Tim Cavanaugh said...
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Unknown said...

oh I will check that USCHO weekly poll out right away, but....before I need to check out last Hostpph post, if there is any, thank you! :D

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