Monday, December 28, 2015

More reinforcements: Winger Udahl joins Terriers

BU has made its second mid-season roster addition as quick, skilled left wing Erik Udahl announced he’s coming aboard. A 1996 birthdate, the 5’8”, 165 pound Walpole, Massachusetts native has been skating for the BCHL Coquitlam Express with a 7-4-11 scoring line in 33 games.

Earlier this month, BU added Swedish wing Oskar Andren, who had been playing for the NAHL Lone Star Brahmas.

Udahl spent the 2011-12 season at The Rivers School, playing for former Terrier All-American Shawn McEachern, before joining the Tier 1 Boston Advantage program for two campaigns, scoring 54 points for the U16 team and then 39 for the U18s.

USHR: Fall 2013 Tier 1 Elite Showcase

5. Erik Udahl, F, 3/31/96 (#7/Boston Advantage) 5-9/175 -- Udahl was one of the best forwards in the U18 division this weekend. Had a spectacular game in a 3-2 overtime win over Victory Honda. Udahl carried the puck over the blue line and bought time and space for himself, finding a teammate coming late to tie the game in the third period. He followed that up by tipping in the game-winning goal on a shot from the point. The knock on Udahl has always been his size, but he may be a nice energy player for a team willing to take a chance. Played at Rivers before going to the Boston Advantage last year.
Last season, Udahl played for the BCHL Langley Rivermen, scoring 19 points.

HockeyRecruit4U report

World Junior Championships
Sweden 1, U.S. 0   USA Hockey recap
Canada 6  Denmark 1 IIHF recap

Looking back   
Charlie Coyle's ninth goal of the season helped Minnesota defeat the Red Wings, 3-1. Coyle, who earned second-star honors, has 17 points in 34 games.

Recap and video
The Penguins' NCAA alums, including Nick Bonino, talk about their experiences playing college hockey.

Former BU captain Wade Megan scored his third goal of the season as AHL Portland defeated Springfield, 5-1

Looking ahead
2018 recruit Jake Wise was named to the All-Tournament team at the Pete Frates Classic.
Wise has a 7-7-14 scoring line in six games.

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