Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Linkorama--Wisconsin video highlights, Wilson on fire

Thanks to BU Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Brian Kelley and blog contributor candycanes99, we now have extended video highlights of both BU-Wisconsin games.

CHN’s Joe Meloni’s Three Things I Think: Hockey East suggests junior goalie Matt O’Connor is making a case for postseason awards

Looking ahead
2015 recruit Jakob Forsacka-Karlsson (photo, left) scored a goal and added an assist for Team West, which fell to Team East, 7-4, in the USHL/NHL Top Prospects game last night.  The right-shot center from Stockholm, Sweden, earned MVP honors for his team.  Current Terrier Robbie Baillargeon was Team East MVP at the inaugural Top Prospects game in 2012. recap

Looking back
Former Terrier All-American Colin Wilson continues to wield a hot stick, as he scored two goals and two assists in Nashville’s 5-1 win against Vancouver. Wilson, who has six multi-point games in recent weeks, now has 30 points (14G, 16A), third best on the Predators and just five points short of his NHL career best.

Alex Chiasson assisted on a power play goal to bring Ottawa within one of Dallas, but the Stars emerged with a 5-4 win.  Chiasson, who has a 7-9-16 scoring line, talked with Senators TV (video) about his first return to Dallas following his off-season trade, and acknowledged that he's a New England Patriots fan.

Women’s Team
#4/6 Terriers dropped a 6-2 decision to Cornell in Ithaca last night.  After a delayed start of more than an hour due to Zamboni issues, the Big Red got off to a fast start, scoring twice in the first, once in the second and three times in the third to take a 6-0 lead. BU avoided a shutout when Kayla Tutino scored her fourth of the season and captain Marie-Philip Poulin tallied her 13th.
● recap and comprehensive box score

Assistant Coach Katie Lachappelle was part of the coaching staff for Team USA, which won the IIHF World U18 Championship on Monday night with a 3-2 win over Canada. 2015 recruit Samantha Davis of Tabor Academy was a member of the gold-medal U.S. squad.

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