Saturday, July 23, 2016

Ice-cold news for a hot weekend--UPDATED

NHL Central Scouting has issued its Futures List for the 2017 Entry Draft and incoming freshmen goalie Jake Oettinger is among those projected as first round picks. Al Jensen, the lead goalie evaluator for Central Scouting reports that the 6'4" 203 lb., netminder, who had a 25-8-1 record and a 2.33 GAA for the NTDP U18s, has a good glove hand and excellent balance. Jensen added:
"He's a big presence in the net and plays mostly a positional blocking style," Jensen said. "He has great positional play and excellent net coverage, even when he drops in the butterfly."

Also on the Futures List are two 2018 recruits: Logan Cockerill (photo), who will play for the NTDP U18s this season after a 21-point U17 season, and Matthew Quercia, a power forward for the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs.. report 

Six Terriers will hit the ice at US Junior National Team evaluation camp in Plymouth, Michigan, beginning next Saturday.  The 42 man squad has been divided into two teams, with sophomores Jordan Greenway and Charlie McAvoy, along with freshmen Chad Krys and Jake Oettinger, on Team Blue. Freshman Clayton Keller and Kieffer Bellows will skate for Team White. The camp will include games against Canada, Finland and Sweden.

USA Hockey Evaluation Camp home page; schedule; full roster
Boston Hockey Blog report
Future Considerations report

Freshman Dante Fabbro is on Team Canada's roster for National Junior Camp in Toronto, also beginning July 30, and could find himself facing future Terrier teammates again in Plymouth, Michigan. Fabbro was a standout for Canada in this past Spring's World U18 championships.
Hockey Canada report 

Looking ahead
Photo by Rena Laverty
Thanks to the blog reader who alerted us to this USA Hockey article about 2017 recruit David Farrance, who completed his NTDP U17 season with eight goals and 15 assists for 23 points, second best among defensemen. Rochester, NY area native Farrance is skating in the off-season with NHLers Ryan Callahan and Brian Gionta.
USA Hockey report

2019 recruit Braden Doyle, who competed at USA Hockey's Select 15 Development Camp:

Looking back
Former Terrier standout forward Matt Nieto, who recently re-signed with San Jose, faces a make-or-break season with the Sharks, according to Blades of

Women’s Team
Terriers have begun announcing, via Twitter, newcomers for the 2016-17 team, which includes six freshman and one transfer. Four players have been revealed: defenseman Alexandra Calderone, a Quebec native and first-team all-star from Dawson College;  Abby Cook the top-scoring defenseman from Pursuit of Excellence in British Columbia; forward Deziray De Sousa who led Phillips Exeter in scoring with 23 goals and seven assists; and forward Nina Rodgers, who played the past two seasons at Minnesota.

Four Terriers have been named to the 42-player roster of the Hockey Canada Development Camp. Heading to Calgary in early August are rising juniors Victoria Bach, Rebecca Leslie and Savannah Newton, along with freshman Calderon. Forwards Bach (#12) and Leslie (#19) were both named Second Team Hockey East All-Stars..
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