● Boston Hockey Blog live in-game blog
● Daily Free Press preview
● USCHO Hockey East picks and predictions
● College Hockey News Tale of the Tape.
The ceremony will take place between the first and second periods with many of Parker’s former players expected to be in attendance.
● Pre-game party at T’s Pub featuring video clips of Parker’s greatest wins: details
BU’s 2014 recruit class features a group of forwards, each of whom has demonstrated strong skills and scoring prowess.
● Jack Eichel, NTDP U18s 25-28-53 in 33 games. Eichel leads the U18s in goals scored and has points in 27 games. As an under-ager at the World Juniors, added five points.
“AJ Greer has really emerged this season as an impact player for us, playing both forward and defense. As a Co-Captain, AJ has helped lead KUA to a 20-6-5 record so far, and a first place finish in the Lakes Region League. In 28 games played, AJ currently has 21 goals and 31 assists for 52 points (1.86 points per game).
“BU fans are going to love watching this young man play next year. AJ is an exceptional skater with high level skills and a heavy shot, so he’s always a threat to create something offensively. And at 6-3 210 lbs at just 17 years old, Greer is an imposing physical presence on the ice. He has the courage to block a shot for his teammates and take a hit to make a play, and he’s got an intimidating edge to his game.”
Terriers begin a home-and-home series with conference rival Providence on Saturday at Agganis Arena, followed by a visit to Schneider Arena on Sunday. Puck drop on Saturday is 3 p.m. Sunday’s game starts at 2 p.m.
BU is led by the nation’s top goal-scorer, Sarah Lefort, who has 27 scores. Right behind her is captain Louise Warren, in third place in D1 with 22. With 24 points, senior Corrine Buie leads the Friars who are coached by former BU netminder Bob Deraney.
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