Sunday, December 02, 2012

Terriers fall to BC, split weekend series



#9 Terriers fell to top-ranked BC, 5-2, in the second half of the home-and-home weekend series at Conte Forum. The Eagles broke a 1-1 ties after one with three power-play goals in the second period. The game’s turning point came late in the middle period when BU with took two penalties within 18 seconds and the hosts took advantage, scoring twice.

BC extended the lead to 5-1 early in the third period before Evan Rodrigues (photo) scored his second goal of the weekend on a snapshot from the high slot. Cason Hohmann, who assisted on the goal, has scored BU’s first-period score converting a rebound following a slick rush by Captain Wade Megan.

The loss gives BC the regular season series, 2-1. The teams could meet again in the Beanpot Final.

Congratulations to BC Coach Jerry York, who now has tied Ron Mason as the winningest NCAA hockey coach with 924.  

After holding the BC power play to 1 goal in 12 tries in the previous two games, BU’s penalty kill gave up 4 goals in 8 attempts, including one scored with a two-man advantage.

● GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
● Video highlights
● Boston Hockey Blog recap
Jack Parker post-game comments 
● USCHO recap
● CHN Takeaway
● Boston.com recap


Looking ahead
2013 recruit Kevin Duane scored a pair of power play goals to lead the Jr. Bruins past Springfield, 3-0, in EJHL action. The 6-4, 218 right wing was traded to the Bruins earlier in the week by USHL Waterloo, where he had a 5-7-12 scoring line in 18 games. 

Duane had previously played for the Junior Bruins organization, where he was a teammate of Sam Kurker on the Little Bruins and Matt Grzelcyk on the Junior Bruins. Last season, he captained The Brunswick School and led in scoring with 29-24-53 in 29 games.
 
Looking back
Grant Rollheiser stopped 20 shots to lead the Utah Grizzlies past San Francisco, 3-2, in ECHL action.

Women’s Team
Co-Captain Marie-Philip Poulin’s third career hattrick led the Terriers past Providence, 6-4, as BU completed a weekend sweep. Senior Isabel Menard’s late third-period goal broke a 4-4 tie. in a game that had seen the Friars match each of BU’s first four goals. Jenelle Kohanchuk and Kayla Tutino (ENG) had the other Terrier goals.
● GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
● Video highlights

1 comment:

joseph burrell said...

well after seeing how they terribly played in the previous games and after the rumors I read on a pay per head service blog site, I was not surprise

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