Episode 5 of Inside BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett's interviews with Coach David Quinn, junior center Robbie Baillargeon and former Terrier standout and current Bowdoin College head coach Terry Meagher.
Baillargeon, who centers BU's third line, scored his first goal of the season against Denver, earning third-star honors. The Enfield, Connecticut native is looking to return to his freshman form when he led the Terriers in scoring.
A standout forward on the ECAC championship/Frozen Four BU teams, Meagher (right) has begun his 33rd and final season as head coach of the DIII Bowdoin Polar Bears. His teams have accumulated a record of 529-245-54, ranking sixth best in Division III victories. Meagher led Bowdoin to two NESCAC titles and two ECAC titles, earning DIII national coach of the year honors twice. As a Terrier, he scored 142 points (74G, 68A) in three seasons, which ranks 25th on the all-time BU scoring list.
►Yahoo Sports’ Ryan Lambert analyzes the Terriers’ 3-3-0 start with a skeptical, but not unfair eye. Focusing on goaltending and offense, Lambert suggests that, right now, BU’s glass just may be half-empty. Coach David Quinn’s comments indicate he sees the glass half-full, and filling up. It should be noted that Lambert ranks the Terriers at #10 in Division 1.
Brady Tkachuk (99 Boston U) has seen great skill progression the last season-and-a-half. Competitive & a scoring machine. #STLJrBlues— Matt Grainda (@graindaiv) November 4, 2015