Thursday, September 20, 2018

Six future Terriers skate in All-American Prospects Game

2019 recruit Trevor Zegras scored the game-winning goal in the 2018 All-American Prospects Game in St. Paul Wednesday evening. Completing a give-and-go, the center from Bedford, NY found the net with less than a minute left in the third period, as Team Langenbrunner defeated Team Leopold, 6-4. 

Zegras' NTDP U18 teammates and fellow recruits Case McCarthy and Alex Vlasic also skated for Team Langenbrunner, while 2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone (Chicago Steel) and two 2020 recruits, Braden Doyle (Lawrence Academy), who assisted on a goal, and Cade Webber (The Rivers School), played for Team Leopold.
AAPG recap and box score
Video highlights
SB Nation recap
Looking ahead
McCarthy scored a power play goal while Zegras and Vlasic added assists when the NTDP U18s opened their season with a 6-3 win against Muskegon last week.
● USA Hockey recap and box score  

TSN’s Bob McKenzie’s pre-season Top 20 for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft lists Zegras at #19 and Vlasic at #20.
● report

Looking back 
In a USA Hockey Magazine podcast, Penguins head coach and former Terrier captain Mike Sullivan covers a range of topics including the impact of Jack Parker on him from his time at Boston University and the emerging trend of college coaches getting a crack at the NHL level.
● USA Hockey Magazine podcast

  27 Terriers in NHL training camps.

The Minnesota Wild is considering moving Jordan Greenway from wing to center, the position he played much of his junior year as a Terrier. Earlier this week he centered a line with Charlie Coyle and Joel Ericksson Ek.
● Star Tribune report

Sabres rookie Brandon Hickey spoke with Buffalo Hockey Beat on the eve of his first professional game, an exhibition contest against Columbus.

Alex Chiasson, who won a Stanley Cup last season with Washington, is in the Edmonton training camp on a PTO contract.

The Hudson River rivalry between the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers takes on a strong BU flavor with David Quinn moving behind the Rangers’ bench. He and close friend John Hynes will be facing off all season in the NHL’s Metropolitan Division. The first match-up was a 4-3 (OT) exhibition win for the Rangers. Hynes: “We’ve known each other for years. We have a pretty long history together.”
● John Hynes, David Quinn will set longtime friendship aside in new era of Hudson River hockey rivalry  (subscription)  
Quinn talks with the media (video) before first game at Madison Square Garden as Rangers coach.

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