Here's a great photo of two of our second-rounders from earlier today. #ProudtoBU pic.twitter.com/NwLqTA3uiZ— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 28, 2015
● NHL.com 2nd round selections
● GoTerriers.com: Four picks in top 50; History of BU draft picks in NHL Entry Draft
● Daily Free Press report on BU draft picks
► Terrier Head Coach David Quinn and BC’s Jerry York appear on the NHL Network draft coverage to promote the collegiate path for player development
► Forsbacka-Karlsson and Greer employed their bilingual skills in media meetings after their respective selections. JFK answered questions for Swedish media while AJ did the same with Quebec-based media.
One of the youngest players in college hockey last season, Greer scored three goals and four assists for BU. He worked his way up from the fourth line to the second line and delivered a key goal in the Terriers' win over North Dakota in the Frozen Four semifinal--a one-time blast.
● NHL.com video interview
● Denver Post: Avs draft picks
The Stockholm native led USHL Omaha in scoring with 53 points, despite missing 10 games. He also earned co-MVP honors at the USHL's Prospect Game.
JFK meets the media... Second straight Terrier to take questions in two languages (Swedish)! #ProudtoBU pic.twitter.com/qt0KYUiq8J— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 27, 2015
Greenway completed his second year in the USA Hockey NTDP program, along with fellow 2015 recruit Charlie McAvoy, scoring 44 points in 53 games, helping the U18 win the IIHF World U18 gold medal.
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2017 recruit Patrick Harper scored a hat trick to lead Team Kelly to an 8-2 win in first day action at the USA Hockey Select 17 tournament in Williamsville, N.Y. The 5'8" center who led Avon Old Farms in scoring with a 20-27-47 line as a sophomore, scored a pair of short-hand goals and one power play goal. Fellow 2017 recruit Hank Crone recorded an assist for Team Red in a 6-2 win.