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.
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.
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
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.