Wednesday, February 28, 2018


Looking ahead

2020 recruit Josh Lawrence leads the #9 nationally ranked Selects Academy 16Us in scoring with 83 points (27G, 56A) in 49 games.

Looking back

Charlie McAvoy assisted on the tying goal and then scored the overtime game-winner (video) in the Bruins’ 4-3 win against Carolina. The former BU All-American has seven goals and 30 points. McAvoy and Will Butcher are tied for second, by one point, among rookie blueliners in scoring.

Former Terrier standout Danny O’Regan has been reunited with his Terrier linemates, Jack Eichel and Evan Rodrigues, after being traded to the Sabres by San Jose as part of a deal for Evander Kane.  The 2017 AHL Rookie of the Year, had 25 points in 31 games for the San Jose Barracuda this year, along with four points in 19 games with the Sharks.
● Boston Terriers reunited in Buffalo

Women’s Team
Terriers season came to an end with a heartbreaking loss in game three of their quarterfinal series against Maine. BU took a 3-0 lead early in the third period only to see the Black Bears’s Stacey Brooke fashion a hat trick to tie the score. Maine’s Tereza Vanisova netted the game-winner at 4:39 of overtime.

BU scored twice in the first period on power play goals by captain Rebecca Leslie and Victoria Bach. An unassisted tally by NataszaTarnowski gave BU its 3-0 lead. Goalie Erin O’Neil stopped 36 shots.
● recap and comprehensive box score
● Daily Free Press recap; A look back at the season

Bach was named Hockey East Player of the Month for February, her third monthly honor of the season. The senior led the league for the month with seven goals and 13 points and closed the month on a seven game point streak.  A finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, Bach finished her BU career as all-time leader in goals (104) and points (198).
● report

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