Wednesday, April 19, 2017

McAvoy's first NHL point; Future Terriers at IIHF World U-18



Looking Back

Former Terrier and current Boston Bruin Charlie McAvoy assisted on a power play goal that evened the score at three apiece, but the Ottawa Senators won in overtime at TD Bank Garden on Monday night and lead the first round series, 2-1.  That was McAvoy's first NHL point.
● NHL.com recap and video

Clayton Keller, another recently departed Terrier, was named USCHO Co-Rookie of the Year.  The Swansea, Illinois native and current Arizona Coyote shared the award with Denver Pioneer Henrik Borgstrom, as they were considered the top two freshmen in the country this past season.

Quinn on his Future

Daily Free Press writer and men's hockey reporter Jonathan Sigal spoke with Coach David Quinn and asked him to comment on rumors of a possible NHL Head Coaching job.
 ● Twitter Jonathan Sigal



Looking Ahead


On Monday, 2017 recruit Brady Tkachuk scored a goal and fellow incoming freshmen David Farrance and Logan Cockerill each had helpers for Team USA as the U-18s defeated the Czech Republic, 5-2.
● IIHF recap
● IIHF game summary
● USA Hockey recap




On Tuesday, Cockerill assisted on the opening goal and 2019 recruit Joel Farabee scored on a penalty shot to make it 3-0, Team USA.  The U-18s defeated Team Sweden 5-1 and finished the preliminary round with a perfect 4-0-0 record.  They will have the top seed as the quarterfinals begin on Thursday (opponent and location not yet determined).
● IIHF recap
● IIHF game summary
● USA Hockey recap

2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone has signed a tender agreement with the Chicago Steel of the USHL.  The East Islip, NY native most recently played on the Shattuck Saint Mary's U-16 team and had a 23-21-44 scoring line in 41 games.
● ChicagoSteelHockeyTeam.com announcement and interview

Women's Team

The 2019-2020 Terrier hockey team will have extra incentive to go deep into the post-season:  The NCAA has announced that the 2020 Women's Frozen Four will be held at Agganis Arena.  This will be the second time such a championship will be decided at Boston University.  Agganis was also the host site to the women's division-1 ice hockey championships in 2009.
● GoTerriers.com BU to Host Women's 2020 Frozen Four
● USCHO NCAA announcement


1 comment:

Gary payton said...

After the IIHF U-18, the Ice Hockey World Championship is starting from 5th May 2017, and I am very excited for this. Please share an article on the schedule of Ice Hockey 2017 and share the link to Stream Sweden vs Russia online.

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