Sunday, September 25, 2016

Terriers picked for first in Hockey East Media Poll

In the pre-season Hockey East Media Poll, Terriers received 22 out of 26 first-place votes and 301 points overall to claim the top spot. Sophomore defenseman Charlie McAvoy was named a first-team all-star.  Results of the Coaches' Poll will be announced this Tuesday during Hockey East’s Media Day at TD Garden.

Looking ahead

2017 recruit Brady Tkachuk (photo) scored his second goal of the season in the NTDP U18s' 5-3 win against Youngstown in their season opener. The 6’2”, 194 lb. power forward from St. Louis is tied for the team scoring lead with six points. Fellow recruit Logan Cockerill, who scored a goal in Thursday’s All-American Prospects Game, added an assist for the U18s.
● USA Hockey recap and box score

2018 recruit Matthew Quercia scored a shootout goal in the Sioux Falls Stampede’s 3-2 win over Tri-City. Last season, Quercia put up 50 points in 38 regular season games for the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs, adding seven more in nine playoff games.
USHL box score
● Argus Leader recap

Women’s Team
Senior Maddie Elia’s hat trick and a pair of goals by sophomore Sammy Davis powered BU past the Whitby Wolves in a 6-0 exhibition game win at Walter Brown Arena. Elia, who also had an assist, was sent in alone on goal by Rebecca Leslie to open the scoring just 90 seconds into the game. Elia and Davis would add power play goals for a 3-0 lead after one.   Davis added her second power-play goal in the second period, deflecting home a Savanah Newton shot.  Third period goals by Leslie and Elia closed out the scoring.

Three BU goalies, Victoria Hanson, Ashlyn Aiello and Erin O’Neil combined for the shutout.
Terriers are back on the WBA ice today to open the regular-season with a match-up against former Terrier Bob Deraney’s Providence Friars. Puck drop is at 3 p.m. and the game will be broadcast for free live on Terrier TV.
● recap and box score

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