Saturday, November 24, 2012

Game Day: Terriers host St. Lawrence--UPDATED

#10 BU meets a longtime rival from its ECAC days, St. Lawrence, tonight in a 7 p.m. start at Agganis Arena. The series between the team began sixty seasons ago (1952-53)  with the Terriers leading the overall series 27-26-2. The Saints, who defeated Northeastern last night, 5-2, are led by the top two point-scorers in senior Kyle Flanagan (9-12--21) and junior Greg Carey (9-11--20).

Sophomore center Cason Hohmann (photo) is BU's top scorer with 12 points while senior captain Wade Megan is the top goal-scorer with six. Freshman Matt Grzelcyk is among the nation's top-scoring rookie d-men.

Sean Maguire, who earned his first NCAA win last week against Vermont, makes his first home start tonight and speedy wing Matt Lane returns to the lineup.  

Wade Megan – Cason Hohmann – Yasin Cissé
Matt Nieto – Danny O’Regan – Evan Rodrigues
Sahir Gill – Wes Myron – Sam Kurker
Matt Lane – Ben Rosen – Ryan Santana
Sean Escobedo – Alexx Privitera
Garrett Noonan – Ryan Ruikka
Matt Grzelcyk – Ahti Oksanen
Sean Maguire
Matt O’Connor
Anthony Moccia

● preview, game notes, WWZN Webcast, Terrier TV Webcast, Game Tracker, Twitter Updates               
● Boston Hockey Blog; preview, in-game blog
● USCHO: This Week in Hockey East with assessment of BU; Hockey East picks
College Hockey News weekend preview 

BU last played St. Lawrence in November 2008 and came away with a 4-1 win (video).

Episode 7 of Inside of BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett’s interviews with Coach Jack Parker, junior wing Sahir Gill and former Terrier All-American blueliner and co-captain Peter Brown.

Looking back
The Utica Observer-Dispatch’s Ice Chips and Diamond Dust blog presented a two-parter on former BU All-American defenseman, co-captain of the 1978 national championship team, and 1980 Olympic gold medalist Jack O’Callahan. 1, 2.

Former All-American defenseman, co-captain of the 2009 national championship team and 2009 Hobey Baker Award winner Matt Gilroy registered his second two-goal game of the season as AHL Connecticut Whale outscored Bridgeport, 7-5.

Former co-captain John McCarthy scored the first goal and assisted on the game-winner as AHL Worcester edged Manchester, 4-3.

A four-dog night? Former assistant captain Justin Courtnall, who began the season with ECHL South Carolina, has been called up to the Providence Bruins, where he’ll join ex-Terriers Chris Bourque, Colby Cohen and David Warsofsky.

Women’s Team
No games for the Terriers this weekend, but they’ll be preparing for Monday’s exhibition game vs. the Russian National Team.

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