Wednesday, November 05, 2014

National, Hockey East honors for Eichel; Bonino leads Canucks past Avs

Freshman Jack Eichel, with eight points (4G, 4A) to lead BU to perfect 4-0 record in October, was named the National College Hockey Rookie of the Month, as well as
 Hockey East Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Month. Eichel, who also tallied two goals and six assists in a pair of exhibition games, was +9 in his four regular season games in October. The last time a Terrier won monthly top rookie recognition was in March 2013 when Danny O’Regan was recognized for 11 points, including three game-winning goals as BU advanced to the Hockey East title game.
● HockeyEastOnline report
● report

►Daily Free Press: BU-Providence By The Numbers

Along The Board’s Hockey East Wrap from ex DFPer Arielle Aronson

College Hockey News: 3 Things About Hockey East 

College Hockey Inc. Notes looks at draft implications of BU vs. BC this Friday.

Looking ahead
2016 recruit Clayton Keller continues to wield a hot stick at the World U17 Challenge, scoring a hat-trick and adding an assist as Team USA defeated Canada Red, 7-3. Keller, who leads all tournament scorers with nine points, scored in each period and also set up Max Jones’ power play goal. He now has a 14-11-25 scoring line in 14 games. Next up for Team USA is Canada Black in the quarterfinals on Thursday at 3 p.m. ET.
●  Box score
Video replay of game
● Penalty Box Radio profile of Keller

2015 recruit Max Letunov assisted on three power play goals in Youngstown's 9-3 thrashing of Bloomington in a Wednesday matinee. The second-year USHLer from Moscow has a 7-5-12 scoring line in 11 games and is the Phantoms' second leading scorer.

Looking back
Nick Bonino scored twice in the third period, including the game-winner, as Vancouver came from behind to defeat Colorado, 5-2.  For the the left-shot center from Connecticut it was his third multiple-point game and second game-winner of the season.

The Hockey Writers compare the early-season achievements of Bonino and Ryan Kesler, for whom Bonino was traded by Anaheim during the off-season.

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