Friday, October 19, 2012

Friday Linkorama

Episode #2 of Inside BU Hockey is now posted on the site. Host Bernie Corbett’s guest are head coach Jack Parker, sophomore center Cason Hohmann, top point-scorer in the Terrier’s opening game win, and—in the Old Dogs segment— former BU co-captain and captain of the 1980 gold medal U.S. Olympic team, Mike Eruzione.

College Hockey News: Hockey East Weekend preview and power rankings

USCHO Hockey East picks

CBS College Sports Power Rankings 

The Boston Hockey Blog reports that ex-Terriers Brandon Yip and Ryan Whitney joined the Terriers at practice on Thursday. Earlier in the week Jay Pandolfo and Chris Higgins skated with the team.

Looking ahead
2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon was named to the U.S. Select Team for the World Junior A Challenge to be played in Nova Scotia next month. Baillargeon, in his second year with the USHL Indiana Ice, was drafted by Ottawa in last June’s NHL entry draft.

Two current Terriers, Sean Maguire and Wes Myron, played for the gold-medal winning Canada West squad in the 2011 Junior A Challenge, with Maguire earning recognition as the tournament’s top goalie.

2014 recruit JJ Piccinich talks with about his decision to spend two seasons with the Youngstown Phantoms before heading to Agganis Way. The former North Jersey Avalanche standout scored 42 points in 22 games for the Avs last season. He will be in action tonight against Sioux City.

Women’s team
#3 Terriers ran their record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in Hockey East with a 4-1 victory over #8 Northeastern at Matthews Arena on Tuesday night. Junior goalie Kerrin Sperry’s 45th career win made her the all-time winningest netminder in program history. After 39 scoreless minutes, BU took a 1-0 lead in the final minute of the middle period on a Kayla Tutino goal. Sarah Lefort, Jill Cardella and Taylor Holze added third-period goals. recap with links to comprehensive box score and post-game comments from Coach Brian Durocher and Sperry.
● Daily Free Press recap     

►Former Terrier captain Jenn Wakefield has been named to Canada's national women's team for the 2012 4 Nations Cup, taking place Nov. 6-10 in Kerava and Tikkurila, Finland. Wakefield scored 111 points (61-50) in her two seasons as a Terrier. She led Hockey East skaters in overall scoring last season with 57 points.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

one of the things I like about friday is that it is the last work day of the week and that I can read a post on price per head services blog and on your blog, especially the linkoramas haha :D

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