Saturday, September 10, 2016


Terrier head coach David Quinn, Women's Team head coach Brian Durocher, and BU Athletic Director Drew Marrochello will appear at a special reception in New York City for alumni, friends and parents on Thursday September 15. The event at the Chrysler Building will begin at 6 p.m. and run until 8 p.m.

Freshman Jake Oettinger’s goalie helmet made its debut on Twitter this week.

At the World Cup of Hockey:
Jack Eichel tallied an assist in Team North America’s 4-0 win over Team Europe in a tournament exhibition game. The teams meet again on Sunday in a game that will air on ESPN3 at 6 p.m. ET.

● Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan and Devils head coach John Hynes are assistant coaches for Team USA, which edged Canada Friday night, 3-2.

Looking ahead
2017 recruit David Farrance scored a power play goal and assisted on a shorthander for the NTDP U18s, who fell to the Tri-City Storm in their USHL opener. The 5-11, left-shot defenseman from Victor, N.Y., had 23 points (8G, 15A) during his U17 season.
● USA Hockey recap
● USHL box score

2018 recruit Tyler Weiss assisted on a pair of goals in the NTDP U17s’ 6-3 loss to Muskegon.  The left wing from Raleigh, N.C., had 63 (28G, 35A) points last year for the Don Mills Flyers Minor Midgets.
● USA Hockey recap and  box score

2018 recruit Matthew Quercia (photo) scored his first USHL point, assisting on a goal for Sioux Falls as the Stampede defeated Fargo, 5-4, in overtime. 2017 recruit Hank Crone had sent the game into overtime with a goal in the last minute of regulation. A left-shot forward from Cedar Hill, Tex., Crone split the 2015-16 season between Omaha and Fargo, scoring a combined 41 points (17G, 24A). Quercia, a left-shot forward from Andover, Mass., 50 points (22G, 28A) for the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs last season.
● USHL box score

Women’s Team
Terriers have added graduate student Mary Parker to the 2016-17 roster. The Milton, Mass., native played three full seasons at Harvard before a knee injury limited her to five games last year. In 2014-15, Parker, a forward, led the Crimson with 39 points (17G, 22A), helping Harvard reach the NCAA title game.

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