Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Polls & PairWise; playoff live-stream and media kit

Following its split with Notre Dame in the final regular-season series, BU remains at #9 in both the USCHO and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls. In the PairWise rankings, the Terriers are tied with Notre Dame in ninth place.

Senior assistant captain Danny O’Regan, senior Sean Maguire and freshman Charlie McAvoy (photo) were named to the Hockey East weekly top performers list.

Before coming to BU and before his two seasons with the US NTDP, senior assistant captain Matt Lane was a member of the Greece, N.Y. Athena/Odyssey high school team that won the state division one title with a unblemished 27-0 record. He and three high school teammates have gone on to play Division 1 hockey.

Playoff live streams
All Hockey East playoff games, including BU's best-of-three series with UMass, beginning Friday, will be live-streamed by Hockey East with subscriptions available for individual games and a full playoff package. For details go to Hockeyeastonline.tv

Hockey East playoffs opening round media kit

Looking ahead

2016 recruit Kieffer Bellows scored a pair of goals and added an assist in the NTDP U18s’ 5-2 win against Arizona, earning the game’s first star. Second star went to his linemate and fellow recruit Clayton Keller who recorded a pair of assists, while goalie Jake Oettinger turned aside 30 shots to gain his 19th win.

Bellows increased his team-leading goal-scoring total to 39, which is tied for seventh best for a single season in NTDP history and one better than Jack Eichel’s 38 in 2013-14.
● NTDP recap

2017 recruit Ty Amonte, a right wing at Thayer Academy, finished the regular season with a 16-46-62 scoring line and the second best PPG (2.30) in New England Prep Hockey.  http://www.ushr.com/neprep/stats/2015/div-1/scoring

2019 recruit Joel Farabee scored a hat trick and added an assist in Select Academy’s 8-2 win over Skipjacks Hockey Club in the USPHL 16U championship game.  Farabee led all scorers in the USPHL 16U playoffs with a 5-5-10 line in three games and earned forward of the week honors.  He recently returned from Finland where he was part of Team USA's gold medal performance in the Youth Olympic Games.
● USPHL recap

Looking back
Four former Terriers, now coaching in the prep ranks, will lead their teams in the NEPSAC playoffs. In the small school division, Shawn McEachern’s Rivers School team is the first seed, Carl Corazzini’s St. Mark’s squad is #2 and Dexter, coached by Dan Donato is #4. In the large school tournament, Tony Amonte’s Thayer Academy team is #4.

Former Terrier  David Warsofsky has been acquired on waivers by the N.J. Devils. Warsofsky, who began the season with Pittsburgh, will be reunited with Coach John Hynes, who coached him at the NTDP.

This Day in Terrier Hockey
March 1, 1978: Boston University pounded Harvard, 7-1, to win their first Beanpot in three years in the Blizzard delayed championship game. Mickey Mullen led the way with a hat trick and Dick Lamby scored twice to back Jim Craig's strong game in goal. (more)

Women’s Team
Sophomores Rebecca Leslie and Erin O’Neil and freshman Mary Grace Kelley were named to the Hockey East weekly top performers list.
● Daily Free Press: Vermont series recap

Former Terriers Marie-Philip Poulin, Jenn Wakefield and Tara Watchorn were named to Team Canada for the IIHF Women’s World Championship.

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