● Post-game comments (video): Quinn, Rodrigues
● Daily Free Press recap
● Boston Hockey Blog recap, Pluses & Minuses, analysis
● USCHO recap
The junior rights to 2015 recruit Bobo Carpenter have been acquired by the USHL Sioux City Musketeers from the USPHL Islanders Hockey Club. Carpenter, a right-shot center who also plays high school hockey for Austin Prep, was ranked #146 among North American skaters in the NHL Central Scouting midterms. Carpenter, who had played for the Musketeers coach at the USA Hockey Select 17s, had been the second-ranked USPHL skater for the upcoming USHL draft.
2015 recruit Charles McAvoy is second in goal-scoring among NTDP U17 defensemen with five after scoring his fifth of the season in the victory over the Czech Republic at the Five Nations Tournament. The U17s, whose roster also includes 2015 recruit Jordan Greenway, are back in action tomorrow against the Chicago Steel.
Former Terrier captain and All-American Kevin Shattenkirk and Team USA take to the ice in Sochi today in their first game of the 2014 Olympics, facing Slovakia. Preparing for the opener against Slovakia, the blueliner from New Rochelle, N.Y., told the Belleville News Democrat “Apparently every time there's a BU hockey player on the team. ... that's all I've got to say," a reference to the 1960 and 1980 U.S. gold-medal squads. Former Terrier Dick Rodenheiser skated for the ’60 team that won at Squaw Valley, and four Terriers—Jim Craig, Jack O’Callahan, Dave Silk and team captain Mike Eruzione—were key cogs in the 1980 “Miracle on Ice.”
● College Hockey Inc. infographic on NCAA hockey and men's Olympic Hockey
IU Sports.com examines the emergence of Nick Bonino as an offensive weapon who has helped Anaheim become the NHL Western Conference’s top team.
Terriers were edged by Harvard in the Beanpot consolation game, 3-2, when the Crimson scored with 10.9 seconds remaining in overtime. BU took a 2-1 midway through the third period on captain Louise Warren’s 22nd goal after sophomore Sarah Lefort had tallied her nation-leading 27th goal in the second period. Harvard knotted the score with seven-and-a-half minutes left in regulation.