Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Wednesday Linkorama

►Daily Free Press hockey notebook: fan support, moving up in national stats.

► College Hockey Weekly named BU its Team of the Week, edging out this weekend’s opponent, Maine, while INCH's Power Rankings are consistent with the national polls. Terriers ranked #2

►We’ve got a sneak preview of tomorrow’s Episode 14 of Inside BU Hockey. Terrier play-by-play announcer will be talking with Coach Jack Parker and sophomore blueliner Adam Clendening (photo), who has scored a goal and 11 assists in his past six games. In the “old dogs” segment, the guest will be Bill O’Neill, a member of the 1978 BU national championship team, current head coach at Salem State and the father of Maine Black Bears standout defenseman Will O’Neill. Bill is closing in on his 500th win as a college head coach. Check back tomorrow for a link to Inside BU Hockey.

Looking ahead
2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon scored the first two goals—one unassisted—for Team East in the USHL’s Top Prospects Game played in Muskegon and won by the East, 5-3. Baillargeon earned Team East MVP honors. 2012 recruit Robert Polesello assisted on the East’s third goal.
● Baillargeon, ranked 43rd among N. American skaters for the 2012 draft, talked with about his experience in the Prospects games.

In BCHL action, 2012 recruit Marc Hetnik, Jr.’ s second goal of the season gave Vernon an early 1-0 lead, but the Vipers fell, 3-1, to Westside.

Women’s program
Terriers take on BC at Walter Brown Arena tonight in a 7 p.m. start..
● preview, gametracker , All-Access Webcast (subscription)
● WTBU Webcast
● Daily Free Press preview
● Message from the Terriers (video)

Senior Jenn Wakefield was the Hockey East Player of the Week following her hattrick and six points in BU’s 6-2 win against Vermont. Goalie Kerrin Sperry and forward Kayla Tutino earned spots on the top performers list for the week.

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