Wednesday, October 14, 2015

More Fabbro, O'Connell's travels, E:60 Travis Roy

More on Dante Fabbro
●  Vees’ Fabbro Shipping Up to Boston
● Oct. 10 video highlights  (#57 in blue; first goal- 0:23; second goal 7:03) 

With Fabbro’s verbal, Burnt Boats has updated its roster projections for the next few seasons.

SB Nation’s Jeff Cox profiles Terrier Associate Head Coach Albie O’Connell, who, after helping to secure Dante Fabbro’s verbal, is looking for more talent in Western Canada.  

ESPN’s John Buccigross’s column ranks BU third in Division 1 and looks at Jack Eichel’s fast start in Buffalo. 
NBC Sports Network’s 2015-16 broadcast schedule features 10 Notre Dame games, including its final two regular season games, hosting BU on February 26 and 27. 

Tonight, ESPN premiers E:60 Travis Roy                                                               

In an instant, his life changed forever. Twenty years later, Travis Roy is still finding his purpose and his mission in life. His incredible story, Wednesday at 8pm ET on ESPN.

● E:60 preview

Looking ahead
The Hockey News’ Prospect Need to Know profiles Kieffer Bellows and notes BU’s latest recruiting success: “The Terriers are building an incredible recruiting machine under coach David Quinn.” 

Looking back

With the return to health of Senators goalie Andrew Hammond, Matt O’Connor has been assigned to Ottawa’s AHL affiliate in Binghamton, N.Y. O’Connor, who stopped 31 of 34 shots in his NHL debut last Sunday, won’t be the only Terrier in Binghamton. Assistant Coach Steve Stirling (photo) captained BU’s first NCAA championship team in 1971, scoring 70 points and earning first-team All-American honors. He later coached at Babson and Providence College and, in the NHL, was head coach of the NY Islanders.

Women’s Team
Four former Terriers helped make history in the first National Women’s Hockey League game pitting the Connecticut Whale against the New York Riveters. Shannon Doyle, Kaleigh Fratkin and Anya Battagligno skated for the Whale while Taylor Holze played for the Riveters. The NWHL is the first paid women’s professional league.

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