Saturday, January 14, 2012

Terriers Overcome Another Deficit, Defeat Crimson in Overtime 4-3 -- UPDATED

For the second night in a row, the Terriers trailed by two after one period. However, three point nights for sophomore defenseman Adam Clendening (3 assists), junior forward Alex Chiasson (3 assists) and senior co-captain Chris Connolly (2 goals, 1 assist) were enough to force overtime where sophomore Garrett Noonan (photo) scored the game-winner. Connolly's first period goal was also his first of the season.

Harvard got on the board early in the first period courtesy of Alex Fallstrom, and BU's tying power-play goal by Chris Connolly late in the period was overcome quickly by two Harvard goals. BU finally pulled within one in the third period when Connolly got his second of the night, and Ben Rosen managed to tie the game late after a video review. Noonan ended the game 2:08 into sudden-death overtime with his game-winning goal.

Looking ahead

2012 goalie recruit Sean Maguire (2012) stopped all 36 shots he faced in the Powell River Kings 7-0 shutout victory over the Alberni Valley Bulldogs in BCHL action last night.

Looking back

Eric Gryba netted his third goal of the season in a 6-4 loss for Binghamton against Hershey.


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joseph burrell said...

well according to some writers on Host Pay Per Head website, Terriers were doing the right thing and knew how to handle the team after those deficits they had

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