Thursday, February 02, 2017

IBUH: Quinn, Chabot, Grzelcyk

Episode15 of Inside BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett’s interviews with Head Coach David Quinn, freshman forward Gabriel Chabot, and two time All-American and two-time Terrier captain Matt Grzelcyk

Chabot, who has been centering BU’s fourth line, has a 3-3-6 scoring line with two goals in the last eight games. The son of longtime minor league goalie Frédéric Chabot, the freshman converted from defense to forward last year with the Rochester Junior Americans and responded with a 50-point season, earning a spot in the USPHL All-Star game.

Grzelcyk, now in his first pro season, has 18 points in 39 games for AHL Providence. Earlier this year he made his NHL debut with the Bruins who had drafted him in the third round of the 2012 entry draft. In four seasons as a Terrier, he rang up 95 points.  In 2015, he was named MVP of the Beanpot Tournament, scoring the overtime winner that gave the Terriers their 30th Beanpot title.

►The Daily Free Press analyzes the Terrier defense that features six NHL draft picks.

Looking back

Terry Meagher with legendary Terrier coach Jack Kelley
Former Terrier standout and 33-year coach at Bowdoin College Terry Meagher is the 2017 recipient of the Parker-York Award, given by the New England Hockey Writers Association. Meagher retired last spring with 542 wins and a .669 winning percentage and four league titles. At BU, he played on three Frozen Four squads, won three ECAC titles and scored 142 points (74G, 68A). Terry was followed to BU by brothers Rick Meagher and Tony Meagher.
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