Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Terrier recruits at NHL Combine
2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon is blogging daily for New England Hockey Journal from the NHL 2012 Combine, where he is one of 105 top prospects meeting with scouts and other NHL team personnel. Baillargeon, who scored 48 points for Indiana this season and was ranked 50th in Central Scouting’s final ranking of North American skaters, is rooming in Toronto with 2012 recruit Sam Kurker, who was ranked #36.
2014 recruit Jack Eichel spoke with Chelmsford Sports News about his decision to play for BU and his approach to the game.
The Pipeline Show reports that USHL top scorer and MVP Kevin Roy, currently a Brown University recruit, is "exploring getting out of his commitment and possibly playing for Boston University or Boston College if possible." We'll continue to follow this story.
ESPN Dallas talked with Alex Chiasson about his senior year at BU and his first few games as a professional.
Former Terrier Chris Bourque, who led the AHL in scoring this past season with 93 points, was traded by Washington to his hometown team, the Bruins, the club his father, Raymond Bourque starred for. Bourque has played 33 NHL games with Pittsburgh and Washington.
Former Terrier captain and current New York Rangers Associate Head Coach Mike Sullivan is reportedly to be a leading candidate for the vacant coaching job in Calgary. Sullivan, who played for the Flames for four of his 12 NHL season, also was head coach of the Bruins in 2003-04 and 2005-06.