Sunday, September 30, 2012


Freshman Matt Lane played in last night’s All-American Prospects Game in Buffalo, contributing an assist and was +2 in a 5-2 Team McClanahan win. Prior to the game, Lane, who is from nearby Rochester, talked with USA Hockey Magazine.

New England Hockey Journal looks at those Hockey East programs that will have newcomers in goal this season, including the Terriers. Freshmen Sean Maguire and Matt O’Connor take over for graduated Kieran Millan and Grant Rollheiser.

The Toronto Observer previews BU’s opponent in next weekend’s exhibition game, the Toronto Varsity Blues.

Looking back
Four former Terriers are head coaches in the 2012 New England Fall Prep Hockey League: Brian McGuirk, Dan Ronan, Kevin Schaeffer and Ryan Weston.

Millan and Dave Van der Gulik are on the training camp roster of the AHL/Lake Erie Monsters. Van der Gulik has seen NHL action with the Avalanche during the past two NHL seasons. 

Others in AHL camp includes: Eric Gryba, Binghamton Senators (whose assistant coach is former BU captain Steve Stirling); Brian Strait, Wilkes Barre/Scranton Penguins (Strait made nine NHL starts last season ) and John McCarthy and Sean Sullivan, Worcester Sharks.

The Providence Journal talked with Chris Bourque who is with the Bruins’ AHL club in Providence.

Corey Trivino has signed on with the ECHL Florida Everblades.

Women's Team
The Terriers played the first of three exhibition games on their schedule, thumping McGill, Walter Brown Arena today. Second period goals by freshmen Rebecca Russo (shorthanded) and Jordan Juron gave BU a lead and they tacked on third-period goals by Kayla Tutino and Jill Cardella.
● recap and comprehensive box score
● Season preview

BU was without three forwards, senior Jenelle Kohanchuk, junior Marie-Philip Poulin and freshman Sarah Lefort, who are participating at Canadian Women’s National Team camp in Calgary. Also in the camp are three former Terriers, Jenn Wakefield, Tara Watchorn, and Catherine Ward. In a 3-1 exhibition game win against the UFA Bisons, Lefort provided Canada’s margin of victory with two goals in a 22-second span, assisted both times by Poulin.

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