Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Another Linkorama; Women take on Huskies

HockeyEastOnline posted a video recap of its game of the weekBU's 5-3 win at BC including post-game interviews with the game's first star, senior Evan Rodrigues, and with freshman center Jack Eichel.

Hockey Prospect Videos posted a clip of all three of Eichel’s primary assists in BU’s 4-4 tie with UConn.

Boston Hockey Blog: By The Numbers

College Hockey News’ Hockey East Blog: Three Things I Think

Three Terriers make the Division 1 top 10 for points-per-game: #1-Eichel 1.86, #5-Danny O'Regan, 1.57,  #9-Rodrigues 1.43.

Looking ahead
McKeen's Hockey reviewed the top 50 performers at the recent World U17 Challenge and 2016 recruit Clayton Keller, who led the tournament with 13 points, was ranked #2.

USHL Youngstown faced Chicago again on Monday with the Steel outscoring the Phantoms, 7-5. 2015 recruit Max Letunov had two assists and 2016 recruit Vas Kolias registered one for Youngstown.

Women’s Team
Terriers return home  and to conference play tonight, taking on crosstown rival Northeastern. Puck drop at Walter Brown Arena is at 7 p.m. for Military Appreciation Night with free admission for current and former military personnel and their guests as well as BU ROTC students and staff.

BU defeated the Huskies in the home opener two weeks ago with junior Rebecca Russo scoring twice, including the game-winner. Russo, who is second in points for BU, earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors on Nov. 3. 

Sophomore goalie Victoria Hanson is expected to make her first start since suffering an injury vs. Maine on Oct. 24 and goes into the game with a 1.08 GAA and a .947 save percentage.

GoTerriers.com preview, Game Notes, GameTracker, Terrier TV Webcast 
Follow the action via @BUGameDay 

►Terriers remained at #6 in the USCHO weekly poll and moved up from seventh to #6 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll.

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