The Terriers chosen were:
Letunov (left) and Piccinich (right), teammates on the Youngstown Phantoms last season, both were picked considerably higher than their Central Scouting rankings had suggested. Letunov, a 6-2 center from Moscow, had been ranked #87 among North American skaters, while Piccinich, who led the USHL in power play goals with 13, was ranked #135 on that list.
SBNation-St.Louis profile of Letunov
LeafsNation profile of Piccinich
LeafsTV interview: Piccinich
Vindy.com report on Phantoms selected in draft
BoltsTV post-draft interview
Tampa Bay Times report
NHL Scout on MacLeod "He closes gaps quickly and is tough to play against. He's a good, mobile skater . . . '' more -->
— Erik Erlendsson (@erlendssonTBO) June 28, 2014
Calgary Sun report
SB Nation-Calgary report
Coughlin, after earning All-Scholastic honors while captaining Catholic Memorial HS in 2012-13, followed the footsteps of two other CM standouts--Garrett Noonan and Merrimack's Mike Collins--and spent last season in the BCHL with league power Vernon Vipers. The 6-3 left wing scored 45 points and became a fixture on the Vipers' power play. Vernon Morning Star Sports Editor Kevin Mitchell says Coughlin started the season slowly but,
Edmonton Journal report and video highlights"He bought in, started playing smarter and by Christmas, was a highly effective top-six forward used on the power play. By mid-January, NHL scouts were taking serious notes on Liam.The Terriers have recruited a beauty."
Liam Coughlin (Vernon Vipers), taken by the Edmonton Oilers, heading to Boston University next year, big power forward with a great shot.
— Jeff McCarthy (@McCarthyOTB) June 28, 2014
GoTerriers.com draft recap
Boston Hockey Blog draft recap
OverTheBoards draft recap
Boston Herald draft recap
HockeyEastOnline draft recap
Frosh Arrive tomorrow. Workouts begin Monday #future #readytoroll Looking forward to it boys.
►A pair of Terrier veterans, goalie Matt O'Connor (photo) and right wing Kevin Duane, are on the roster for New York Rangers development camp beginning June 30 and running through July 4 at the Madison Square Garden Training Center in Tarrytown, N.Y.