Monday, December 17, 2012

An “A” for a D-man




Terrier junior defenseman Garrett Noonan has been named an assistant captain for the remainder of the season, joining captain Wade Megan and assistant Ryan Ruikka as the team’s on-ice leaders. Noonan has a 3-7-10 line in the the team's 15 games.

● GoTerriers.com announcement
● Boston Hockey Blog report 

"He's been great as a member of our team's leadership council and his leadership role in the dressing room continues to grow,” said BU coach Jack Parker in a team release. “It's not only deserving, but appropriate, that we put an 'A' on his shirt."

Freshman defenseman Matt Grzelcyk  reported to the U.S. Junior National Team camp at the New York Rangers’ training facility in Tarrytown, N.Y.  He and 26 others will depart on Tuesday for Finland where the team will be pared to 23 prior to the start of the World Junior Championships in Ufa, Russia.  Grzelcyk, BU’s top-scoring defenseman with 12 points, is one of nine blueliners competing for seven roster spots.

NHL Network will air all five U.S. games preliminary round games, as well as 12 other games and the two U.S. exhibition games.
● United States of Hockey’s preview of Team USA
Roster

Looking back

Former BU assistant captain and 1980 U.S. Olympic gold medalist Mike Eruzione talked the NHL.com’s John Buccigross about his decision to auction some of his Olympic memorabilia including several game jerseys.



Looking ahead

2013 recruit Doyle Somerby (left) and his Kimball Union Academy teammates won this past weekend’s Flood-Marr prep tournament, beating Westminster 4-2 in the championship game.  Somerby, who is a co-captain of the Wildcats, and 2014 recruit Jonathan MacLeod, now with the NTDP U17s, anchored KUA’s blueline in its run to the NEPSIHA Small School Tournament title last season. (Photo courtesy of Dave Arnold)

2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon, who was acquired by Omaha from Indiana last week, scored a goal and an assist for the Lancers in his first game with his new team, a 5-1 win.

2013 recruit Brendan Collier set up a pair of goals in each of two Valley Junior Warriors wins, while Kevin Duane assisted on two goals in a Junior Bruins, 4-0 win.

1 comment:

joseph burrell said...

I was looking at the pictures you included in the post, especially the one in which those players hold a trophy and that reminded me an article I read on a pay per head service website about how they became champions

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