Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Tuesday Linkorama

Following a one-win, two-loss week, the Terriers fell to #3 in both polls.  BU had been #1 in the USCHO poll and #2 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll. BU remains at #3 in the PairWise rankings.

Sophomore Bobo Carpenter and freshman Clayton Keller were named to Hockey East’s weekly list of top performers

The Beanpot luncheon was held on Monday afternoon at TD Garden. Head Coach David Quinn was joined by his BC, Northeastern and Harvard counterparts, as well as former Terrier head coach Jack Parker, who was a featured guest speaker.  Parker, whose teams won the silver pot 24 times, was inducted into the Beanpot Hall of Fame in 1995
Boston Hockey Blog: Comments from Doyle Somerby and Nick Roberto at the Beanpot luncheon.

Max Prawdzik stopped 12 of 13 shots in NAHL Lone Star's 4-1 win against Topeka. The 6'3" netminder from Andover, Massachusetts, who is taking the semester off, improved his record to a perfect 4-0 with a 2.24 goals against average.
Junior Hockey Digest recap    

Looking ahead

2017 recruits Logan Cockerill and Brady Tkachuk each scored twice in the NTDP U18s’ 7-3 win against Bloomington. Cockerill also recorded an assist and fellow recruit David Farrance added a pair of helpers.  Tkachuk is tied for the team lead with 32 points (14G, 18A). Cockerill has 21 points (12G, 9A) and Farrance, with 23 points, is the top scoring blueliner.
● USA Hockey recap
● USHL box score

2017 recruit Shane Bowers scored his 14th goal in Waterloo’s 4-2 win against Sioux City. Bowers, who has 30 points in 38 games for the Black Hawks, was named USHL Forward of the Week after a five point (3G, 2A) weekend.

2018 recruit Joel Farabee tallied his 17th goal in the U17s’ 4-2 win against Sioux Falls. The forward from Cicero, NY leads the team with 29 points.
● Video (30 second mark)

Looking back
Danny O'Regan, AJ Greer, Chris Bourque and David Warsofsky were participants in the AHL All-Star Classic with Clark Donatelli  (photo) behind the bench of the Atlantic Division team. In Sunday’s skills competition, AJ Greer finished second in the hardest shot competition, while Danny O’Regan finished second in the fastest skater competition.
On Monday night, O'Regan and Greer scored the first two goals for Team Pacific in their loss to Team North.  With 37 points, O'Regan is the top scorer for the San Jose Barracuda and second in scoring among AHL rookies.

Women’s Team
The Women’s Beanpot Tournament begins today with the Terriers taking on #6 BC at Matthews Arena. Harvard and Northeastern meet in the nightcap.  Gametime for BU and BC is 5 p.m. and both contests will be live streamed on GONUxstream.

The Terriers and Eagles have met three times this season with each team winning at home in November by a 5-3 score and then skating to a 1-1 tie at Conte Forum in January.

● GoTerriers.com preview, game notes, Live Stats, BUGameDay
BU Today preview

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