Tuesday, October 31, 2017


Following their 0-1-1 weekend, Terriers dropped to #12 in the USCHO Weekly Poll and to #11 in the USA Today/IUSA Hockey Magazine weekly poll .

Sophomore Dante Fabbro (photo) and Freshman Ty Amonte were named to Hockey East’s Weekly Top Performers List. Fabbro scored the tying goal in the third period of Friday’s 4-3 loss to Denver and Amonte tallied his first collegiate goal in that game.

Nick and Lauren Bonino punked the Predators, posing as autograph-seekers.

Looking ahead
The Scout.ca has named 2002 recruit Dylan Peterson (photo) as the #3 ranked player for the 2018 OHL draft. The CIHA right wing, who is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada and is considered a strong candidate for the NTDP U17s next season, was described as “a forward with a game-breaking skill-set packaged into a 6'3" frame.”

The preliminary list of candidates for the 2018 HockeyNow Minor Hockey Players of the Year includes 2020 recruit Donovan Sebrango of CIHA among 10 candidates from Ontario.

Looking back
Kevin Shattenkirk assisted on the game-winning goal as the Rangers rallied for four third-period goals and beat Las Vegas, 6-4.

A display of Clayton Keller's brilliance produced the overtime game-winner that gave Arizona its first win of the season, 4-3 against Philadelphia. The play began with a D-zone pass and ended with a pass for a one-timer.
After Charlie McAvoy logged nearly 30 minutes of ice time, the Boston Globe's Fluto Shinzaw reports that "overtime was meant for a racehorse like McAvoy." The blueliner from Long Beach, NY explained: 
 “Once you get to overtime, I kind of pride myself on the offensive side. If you get a chance there with so much free ice and so many other great players out there with you, to hop in and try to contribute that way, that’s just fun. Guys just enjoy three-on-three hockey. It’s just pure offense. It’s almost like shinny hockey in the backyard.” 
● BostonGlobe.com  Charlie McAvoy is having the (ice) time of his life

Former Terrier captain and All-American Jay Pandolfo recalls the opening of the Prudential Center in Newark ten years ago and his only NHL hat trick, scored in the second game in that arena. Terrier fans will recall his 38-goal senior season (1995-96) that included multiple hat tricks, including a short-handed hat trick vs. Northeastern. Pandolfo is in his second season as a Bruins assistant coach.
● NHL.com report

Former Terrier co-captain John McCarthy scored his first goal of the season as AHL San Jose fell to Texas, 3-2. McCarthy is captain of the Barracuda.

Women’s Team
Behind 42 saves by freshman goalie Corinne Schroeder and goals by senior Victor Bach and freshman Kristina Schuler, BU skated to a 2-2 tie with New Hampshire at the Whittemore Center Sunday afternoon.
●GoTerriers.com recap and comprehensive box score


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