Monday, November 05, 2012

O’Connor snags Co-Rookie of the Week honors



Freshman netminder Matt O’Connor, named October’s Hockey East Co-Rookie of the Month, added another honor, earning Co-Rookie of the Week honors for his 26-save effort in BU’s 4-2 win against North Dakota. The 6-5 Toronto native now has a 1.81 GAA and a .942 save percentage. Matt Nieto, Danny O’Regan and Alexx Privitera all earned spots on the Top Performers list for the week.

►Terriers moved up a notched in the USCHO poll to #11.

►Boston Hockey Blog: Parker, Nieto and Privitera post-game comments     
►The Daily Free Press looks at Alexx Privitera’s strong weekend and the clutch contributions of BU’s freshmen.

►Former BU All-American and captain Kevin Shattenkirk joined Bernie Corbett in the WWZNbooth in Grand Forks. Another BU All-American, Colin Wilson, also was in town for the games.

►CHN’s Joe Merloni assesses the Terriers after their first six games

►USCHO poster Scarlet reports that Friday’s game at Merrimack will air on WBIN (also on Fox College Sports) with former UMass head coach,  BU assistant coach and standout Terrier forward Don “Toot” Cahoon doing the color.
►In case you missed it last week, Episode 4 of Inside BU Hockey featured interviews with Coach Jack Parker, Captain Wade Megan, and WWZN color analyst and former Terrier co-captain Tom Ryan, one of the drivers of last weeks mass turnout of BU hockey alums to honor Parker during the UMass game.

Looking ahead:
Among the games reportedly on BU’s non-conference schedule for 2013-2014: a pair with North Dakota at Agganis Arena and meetings with Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin and Cornell (Madison Square Garden). With Notre Dame and UConn joining Hockey East and conference games being reduced to 22 from 27, Hockey East teams will play outside the league more frequently.

Looking back                
►Texas Stars TV posted a lengthy video chronicling an early-season weekend for rookie forward Alex Chiasson, BU’s top scorer last season.

Adam Clendening scored his first professional goal in Rockford’s 6-3 win against Lake Erie. David van der Gulik registered an assisted for Lake Erie.

Matt Gilroy scored a power play goal—his third marker of the season—but Connecticut was thumped 10-2 by Springfield.

Women’s Team
After a tie and loss to BC, the Terriers fell to 5th in the USCHO poll.
  



1 comment:

joseph burrell said...

oh yes I read at a price per head services website that the freshman netminder Matt O'Conor had a tremendous performance and that is why he received that other honor, good for him

Site Meter