Friday, April 01, 2016

Grzelcyk, O'Regan sign NHL deals; Looking back: 1995 title game--UPDATED

A pair of Terriers, Captain Matt Grzelcyk and assistant captain Danny O’Regan, who returned for their senior seasons, have signed entry-level contracts with their NHL draft teams.

Grzelcyk signed a two-year deal with the hometown Bruins, who had made him their third-round pick in 2012. A first-team All-American in 2014-15, Grzelcyk scored 95 points during his BU career. His contract begins with the 2016-17 season and he'll now join the AHL Providence Bruins on an ATO.

O’Regan has signed a two-year entry level contract with San Jose. The Needham, Mass., native, who finished his BU career with 154 points, had been the Sharks’ fifth-round draft pick in 2012. He led the Terriers in scoring as a freshman (38 points) and again as a senior (44 points).

Both were Hockey East first-team all-stars this season. Last year, Grzelcyk was named to the first team and O’Regan to the second team and both were first-team all-rookie in 2012-13

Boston Herald report-Grzelcyk 
● CBS Sport report-Grzelcyk
● Boston Hockey Blog report-O’Regan
● Today’s Slapshot report
Fear The Fin report- O'Regan

The BU Hockey End-of-the-Year Banquet takes place on Sunday, April 17, at 11 a.m. in the Burke Room at Agganis Arena.  (Details/RSVP)

BU News Service: The future of BU draft picks

Looking ahead
2016 recruit Kieffer Bellows (photo) scored his 41st goal and linemate Clayton Keller rang up his 30th as the NTDP U18s defeated Muskegon, 5-3, in their final tune-up before the World U18 Championships later this month in Grand Forks, N.D. Keller, who assisted on Bellows’ goal now has 87 points and is tied with Jack Eichel for seventh best season in NTDP history. Bellows now is seventh in single-season goal-scoring. Chad Krys also had an assist for the U18s
● USA Hockey recap
● USHL box score

SB Nation draft profile: 2016 recruit Patrick Harper

2018 recruit Logan Cockerill scored his fifth goal of the season in the NTDP U17s' 7-2 loss to Green Bay. 2017 recruit David Farrance assisted on Cockerill's goal.

Invitations have gone out for the 2016-17 NTDP U17 squad. All four future Terriers who attended the evaluation camp—Jake Wise, Tyler Weiss, Joel Farabee and Jack DeBoer—had strong camps. Sources have told THFB that all four could make the final roster.

After the first two days of the Tier 1 14U Championships, 2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone of Shattuck St. Mary's is the top point-scorer with six (2G, 4A).

Looking back
Twenty-one years ago today, BU won its fourth national championship defeating Maine, 6-2, in the championship in Providence. Most Outstanding Player Chris O’Sullivan led the way with two goals. Captain Jacques Joubert, Steve Thornton, Bob Lachance and Mike Sylvia also scored for the Terriers who completed a “hat trick” by winning the Beanpot, Hockey East and NCAA titles.
● Terrier Tales: The Drought Busters

Alex Chiasson’s eighth goal was the game-winner in Ottawa’s 2-1 win over Winnipeg.
● recap and video

Cason Hohmann has been recalled from ECHL Elmira to AHL Rochester after leading the Jackals in scoring with an 18-36-54 scoring line.
●Rochester Americans report

Women’s Team
Sophomore Rebecca Leslie name a New England Division 1 All-Star report

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