Friday, February 27, 2015

Game Day: BU vs. NU on Senior Night--UPDATED

#4 BU takes on Northeastern tonight in the second of three meetings this week. Monday’s 4-3 overtime win was for the Beanpot Championship. At stake tonight for the Terriers is a chance to claim the Hockey East regular season title all by themselves. Gametime at Agganis Arena is 7:30 p.m. with Senior Night activities preceeding the contest. Senior assistant captains Cason Hohmann and Evan Rodrigues, along with goalie Anthony Moccia, will be honored.

● preview, game notes, GameTracker, Terrier Sports Radio Network webcast, TerrierTV webcast
● Boston Hockey Blog live in-game blog
● Daily Free Press preview
● College Hockey News Tale of the Tape
● Boston Globe weekend preview




Cason Hohmann is a featured guest on this week’s Inside Hockey East podcast. ICYMI, Hohmann was featured in a Daily Free Press story yesterday.

► A final Beanpot story from SB Nation’s Joshua Kummins: Championship Fun Facts & Stats.

Looking ahead
BU has received a verbal from Junior Bruins (USPHL Premier) left wing Ryan Cloonan. The Longmeadow, Mass., native, who has 65 points (20G, 45A) thus far this season, is expected to join BU’s 2016 class of forwards, which includes Clayton Keller, Kieffer Bellows and Johnny McDermott.

A 1995 birthdate, Cloonan had originally committed to Maine several years ago, but decommitted due to a coaching change.

SB Nation:
Cloonan is a small forward, but he's shifty and has good hands. A gritty player who's not afraid to go into the dirty areas, he's got really good speed as well.

● Elite Prospects card
● SB Nation report
● Boston Hockey Blog report

Looking back
Former Terrier Adam Clendening, holding down a regular spot on the Vancouver blueline since his trade from Chicago, returned to hometown Buffalo with the Canucks and spoke with the Buffalo News.

Women’s Team
#7 Terriers begin their best-of-three Hockey East quarterfinal series today against Vermont. Puck drop at Walter Brown Arena is at 5 p.m. Saturday and (if needed) Sunday will have 3 p.m. starts.

BU won two of its three meetings with the Catamounts this season, most recently a 9-2 win at home with seven Terriers finding the net.

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● Daily Free Press preview

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