Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Polls, Top Performers; Another 'trick for Lefort

Terriers remained #3 in the USCHO weekly poll and #2 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll.

Captain Matt Grzelcyk, Cason Hohmann and Jack Eichel were named to Hockey East’s weekly list of top performers.

USCHO’s Hockey East Blog looks at the conference standings with two weeks left.

WEEI's College Hockey Blog examines the Hockey East post-season outlook.

Looking ahead
2017 recruit Kole Sherwood scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner, for the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets in the Tier 1 Elite 18U championship game victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite, 6-2. The 6-0 right wing, who scored three goals and two assists in the tournament and now has 25 goals in 35 games, committed to BU last week.

2017 recruit David Farance (photo) scored a power-play goal and added an assist as the Syracuse Stars 16Us blanked Rochester, 7-0. Farrance finished the regular-season schedule with a team-leading 52 points (27G, 25A) in 29 games.

2016 recruit Patrick Harper, a sophomore at Avon Old Farms, is averaging 1.94 points per game for the Winged Beavers.

Looking back
Former Terriers Mike Eruzione, Jim Craig, Jack O’Callahan and David Silk will return to Lake Placid with their 1980 U.S. Olympic teammates for a 35th anniversary reunion of the Miracle on Ice this weekend.
● NBC Sports report
● Buffalo News: Eruzione

Women’s Team
#6/7 Terriers, led by Sarah Lefort’s second hat trick in three days, put another thumping on Providence, beating the Friars, 7-1. The junior left wing scored twice in the first period and again in the third as BU jumped out to a 6-0 lead before Providence got on the board. BU also received goals from Kayla Tutino, Samantha Sutherland, Victoria Bach and Rebecca Leslie, while captain Marie-Philip Poulin tied a career-best with four assists.

Lefort, the first Terrier to author back-to-back hat tricks, now has a team-leading 21 goals, while Bach leads all NCAA freshmen with 18
● GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score
● Post-game interview: Lefort
● Daily Free Press recap

Lefort was named Hockey East’s Warrior Hockey co-player of the week after registering her fifth career hat trick in Saturday's 6-1 win against Providence.  Both Terrier goalies, Victoria Hanson and Erin O’Neil, were named to the weekly top performers list.

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