Sunday, November 18, 2012

Terriers drop 3-1 decision to New Hampshire



Terriers dropped a 3-1 decision to New Hampshire at Agganis Arena. The visitors took advantage of a slow start scoring on a turnover midway through the first period and then on a rebound minutes later. BU failed to score on multiple power plays in the second period, but got an even-strength goal when Matt Grzelcyk made an end-to-end rush and Danny O’Regan banged home the rebound. Freshman Matt O’Connor kept the margin at one while BU outshot the Wildcats 34-15 during the final two periods, but they couldn’t put another past red-hot goalie Casey DeSmith.  An empty netter in the final second of regulation closed the scoring. O’Connor stopped 33 shots, earning second-star honors.

● GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
● Video highlights
● Boston Hockey Blog recap and slide show
● Post-game comments: Jack Parker, Wade Megan
● College Hockey News’ Takeaway
● USCHO recap 
Boston Globe recap
 
Looking back
David Warsofsky picked up his first goal of the season, along with an assists in the P-Bruins 6-2 loss to Bridgeport.

It was a similar story for Adam Clendening with 1+1 in Rockford’s 3-2 loss to Houston.

Women’s Team
Goals by Jenelle Kohanchuk and Louis Warren lifted BU past Harvard, 2-1, giving the Terriers their fourth win of the season against ranked opponents. BU moves to 9-3-1.  Goalie Kerrin Sperry stopped 19 of 20 shots and now has eight wins.
● GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
● Video highlights
● Post-game comments: Brian Durocher
● Daily Free Press recap

1 comment:

joseph burrell said...

I think that the visitors since the beginning knew how to play and they dominated the game, and bloggers on pay per head services website analyzed the game so well, you should read their analysis

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