Thursday, September 22, 2016

Former Terriers Go Camping--UPDATED

NHL training camp rosters are out and 25 former Terriers are currently rostered. Latest additions to the list are Chris Bourque, with Washington, and Sahir Gill, in Pittsburgh's camp. Bourque, who earned Beanpot MVP honors in 2005, was named the AHL's MVP last season and led the league in points with 80.

Former BU co-captain John McCarthy
Chris Bourque –  Washington
Adam Clendening – NY Rangers   
Charlie Coyle – Minnesota             
Jack Eichel – Buffalo   
Sahir GillPittsburgh   
A.J. Greer – Colorado                
Eric Gryba – Edmonton                   
Matt Grzelcyk – Boston                   
Matt Lane – Buffalo                        
John McCarthy (photo) – San Jose             
Sean Maguire – Pittsburgh            
Wade Megan – St. Louis                 
Matt Nieto – San Jose                     
Garrett Noonan – NY Rangers       
Matt O’Connor – Ottawa                
Danny O’Regan – San Jose            
Ahti Oksanen – NY Rangers           
J.J. Piccinich – Toronto                   
Evan Rodrigues – Buffalo               
Kevin Shattenkirk – St. Louis         
Brian Strait – Winnipeg                  
David Warsofsky – Pittsburgh
Colin Wilson    Nashville 
Among those at AHL training camps are: Cason Hohmann– Toronto Marlies and Alexx Privitera – NH Monarchs. We'll update these lists as more information becomes available.’s preview of tonight’s All-American Prospects Game focuses on those players who also participated in USA Hockey’s National Junior Evaluation Camp last month, including freshman goalie Jake Oettinger.  The AAPG features 42 of the top US-born players eligible for the 2017 NHL draft. Commenting on the 6’4” netminder who had a 25-8-1 record and a 2.38 GAA with the NTDP U18s last season, Central Scouting’s Al Jensen said:

"There's a lot to like about his game. He's a big goalie. Covers a lot of the net. His positional play is very good. He's got a phenomenal butterfly, great rebound control. He's got that NHL net presence when you look at him."

► The AAPG at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center begins at 7 p.m. and is being live-streamed free by FastHockey. [Note: you’ll need to register for a FastHockey account; no charge involved].
● FastHockey game link

Women’s Team
Terriers begin the 2016-17 season this Saturday with an exhibition game against Whitby and the home opener Sunday against Providence. Both games at Walter Brown Arena begin at 3 p.m.

Coach Brian Durocher announced former Terrier goalie Karilyn Pilch as the new director of hockey operations. She spent the past seven seasons as an assistant coach at St. Anselm’s.
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