Monday, September 09, 2013

Frozen Fenway Tickets on Sale

Tickets for Frozen Fenway 2014 are now on sale (details).  Eight Hockey East teams will participate in doubleheaders on January 4 and January 11. In the final game, at 6:30 p.m. on the 11th, BU takes on Maine.  In 2010, the Terriers defeated BC, 3-2, (video) in the first Frozen Fenway college game.
● HockeyEastOnline news release

Looking back
Former Terrier Adam Clendening is the top-ranked blueline prospect in the Blackhawks’ system, according to Hockey’s Future. Clendening, who earned Hockey East All-Rookie honors in 2010-11, scored 59 points in two season in Scarlet.

3. Adam Clendening, D, 7.0C
Drafted 2nd round, 36th overall, 2011

Leading Chicago's defensive depth chart is Adam Clendening, who is coming off an AHL All-Star season as a rookie with the Rockford IceHogs in which he scored 46 points in 73 games. Clendening is a puck-moving defenseman with good vision and puck skills. He logged plenty of time on the powerplay and showed in his rookie AHL season that he is not a liability at even strength either. Although not an imposing player from a physical standpoint, Clendening is nonetheless more than willing to finish his checks and play a scrappy style of game in his own zone.
He ranks as the Blackhawks' top defensive prospect on this list, but it may still be some time before Clendening makes his NHL debut. The Blackhawks are well-stocked at the NHL level with veteran defenseman and Ryan Stanton (who is no longer eligible for prospect status by virtue of his age) would be the more likely call-up for the role of a third-pairing or a reserve defenseman. That said, Clendening is perhaps the best offensive-minded blueliner in the Chicago system and is furthermore far from a one-dimensional player. He should find himself stepping into a second or third-pairing role at some point in the future, but until then he will remain a key player on the Rockford blue line.

Former Terriers Justin Courtnall and Wes Myron are in the Vancouer Canucks’ rookie camp in Victoria. Courtnall was a BU assistant captain in 2011-12.

Ex-Terrier, Matt Nieto wore the “C” and scored a goal 12 seconds into the second period for the Sharks’ rookies in a 3-2 win against Calgary at the Young Stars Classic.

Alex Chiasson, BU’s MVP in 2011-12, scored the shoot-out game-winner for Dallas, which edged Minnesota, 2-1, at the Traverse City Prospects Tournament.

Women's Team
The Canadian National Team is in Sochi, Russia, site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, for 11 days of training and exhibition games. The current centralized roster includes four former Terriers, Jenn Wakefield, Jennelle Kohanchuk, Catherine Ward and Tara Watchorn, and current BU forward Marie-Philip Poulin, who is taking off this season to play for Team Canada.


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Joseph Russo said...

The panel was a lot of talking for the sake of trying to entertain. Nothing I couldn't hear on the radio or the website. All in all I paid $80 for my pass plus $20 to park for 2 autographs and a photo with Savard.
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