Tuesday, October 29, 2013


Only two Terriers were named to Hockey East’s weekly list of top performers: freshman Robbie Baillargeon, who scored his second goal of the season, and Matt O’Connor, who stopped 42 shots—both in the 2-1 loss to Michigan.
● Daily Free Press: Penalties wear on Terriers  
Red Hot Hockey: Co-captain Patrick MacGregor talks about Madison Square Garden

Looking ahead
2014 recruit J.J. Piccinich scored his ninth goal of the season for Youngstown, but the Phantoms fell to 2015 recruit Charlie McAvoy and the NTDP U17s, 4-2.

Looking back
Alex Chiasson talked with NHL.com about his first NHL game in Montreal. The Dallas Stars right wing, a native of Quebec, had more than 50 family and friends at the game, which the Canadians won, 2-1.

Comcast Sports Net looks at some of the Sharks rookies—including Matt Nieto—who have helped San Jose get off to strong start.

Rick DiPietro has signed a tryout contract with Carolina’s AHL affiliate, the Charlotte Checkers.

Women’s Team
Captain Louise Warren’s goal at 3:13 of overtime gave BU a 3-2 win against Northeastern in the Terriers first Hockey East game of the season. BU had twice taken a one-goal lead—on scores by Sarah Lefort in the first period and Kayla Tutino in the second period. However, the Huskies responded to each goal, with their second score coming on a third-period power play. Kerrin Sperry notched her fourth win of the season, stopping 33 shots for BU, which put 38 shots on the NU goal. BU, now with a 4-1-1 record, travels to UNH on Friday and hosts Vermont on Saturday.

● Go Terriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
● Post-game comments: Coach Brian Durocher

● Daily Free Press recap of win against Yale

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