Impact Player: Forsbacka Karlson is a gifted play maker who will dish the puck out well. He's not the fastest of skaters, but his hockey sense offsets that. He is the player most likely to make an offensive impact right away.Sleeper: (Ryan) Cloonan was originally slated to arrive in 2016, but was pushed up to this fall when J.J. Piccinich left for the OHL and Letunov fell through the admissions process. The Boston Junior Bruins prospect has blazing speed and can find open teammates. A former Maine commit who fielded offers from BC, UVM and Colorado College, he's gritty and plays hard. He should be a fan favorite.
Dyment spent the past two seasons as head coach of the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs of the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL). He ran day-to-day operations for the Hooksett, N.H., organization, including recruiting, contract negotiation, practices, game preparations and trades. In addition to the USPHL season, he also put together and coached teams for spring and summer showcases.
● GoTerriers.com report
● Daily Free Press report
BU Fan Event On Sept. 23:
Wednesday, September 23, 7-8 p.m. | Sunset Cantina
After one of the most memorable seasons in the hockey program’s history we look forward to discussing the new year! Have any questions regarding the 2015-16 season? Bring them for the audience participation portion of the Pre-Season Puck Drop Live Podcast.
The show is free and all Terrier fans are encouraged to attend. Our friends at Sunset Cantina will also be donating 10% of all food sales to Operation Hat Trick during the event.
► Former Terrier blueliner Sean Escobedo will begin his second season with ECHL Greenville—and his third pro season— where he scored 19 points in 61 games. He also played four games in the AHL.
Sahir Gill scores the first goal for the #Pens in Game 3 of the rookie tournament. Pens currently trail, 3-1. pic.twitter.com/OU5MtCYxdz— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) September 14, 2015
Happy 16th birthday to 2017 recruit Brady Tkachuk. The son of former Terrier and NHL standout Keith Tkachuk is playing with the NTDP U17s and has a pair of assists in the team's first two games.