Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Final episode of BU Terriers All Access

The final episode of this season's BU Terriers Hockey All Access is now available for viewing online. (Link)

Looking ahead

2019 recruit Vinnie Purpura stopped 17 shots in Omaha’s 6-3 playoff win against Fargo. The win evened the best-of-five series at one game apiece.

2019 recruits Robert Mastrosimone (Chicago) and Trevor Zegras (USA) each recorded an assist as the Steel defeated the NTDP U17s, 6-2, in other playoff action. 

2020 recruits Braden Doyle and Cade Webber will participate in next month's Massachusetts Hockey Festival in the 2001 birthdate group. Doyle is a defenseman for Lawrence Academy while Webber is a blueliner at The Rivers School, where he plays for former BU All-American Shawn McEachern.  Also participating are sons of several former Terriers.  Mike Grier's son, Jayden, Scott Young's son Tyler and Scott Lachance's son, Shane, who is also the grandson of legendary BU coach Jack Parker.

Looking back 
Nick Bonino scored his second playoff goal and registered two assists in Nashville’s 5-0 win against Colorado that clinched the first-round series for the Predators. 
NHL.com recap and highlights 

Former BU co-captain John McCarthy has re-signed with the AHL San Jose Barracuda. McCarthy had 26 points in 56 games last season and also skated for Team USA in the Winter Olympic games. He was originally drafted by the Sharks in 2006. 
Sjbarracuda.com report  

Women's Team
Terrier recruit MacKenna Parker of the Saskatoon Star led the Saskatchewan Female Midget AA League in scoring with 33 goals and 27 assists in 23 regular-season games. Her team is 10-0 in playoffs and is headed for the national Esso Cup. She won a bronze medal with Team Canada in the 2017 World Junior Championships.  Parker also will receive Hockey Canada’s Isolbel Gathorne-Hardy award for the player who demonstrates best leadership and dedication in women’s hockey.

Star Phoenix report 
Elite Prospects card

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