Wednesday, December 11, 2019

LInkorama



🌟🌟🌟 of the Week!
1 - Chris Wilkie, @CC_Hockey1
2 - Patrick Harper, @TerrierHockey
3 - David Cotton, @BCHockey

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— NCAA Ice Hockey (@NCAAIceHockey) December 10, 2019
Harper, a Nashville draft pick who had five points (3G,2A) in last week's wins against Harvard and Northeastern, is one point away from joining BU's 100-career-point club. He has 35 goals and 64 assists in 111 games. 



Looking ahead 



2020 recruit Dylan Peterson scored his fourth goal in the NTDP U18s’ 6-1 win against Muskegon. Luke Tuch contributed an assist, giving him five points in the last four games. Goalie Drew Commesso stopped 16 of 17 shots as he won for the eighth time in his last nine starts.




OverTheBoards on BU’s newest commitment:

BU picked up a solid prospect in Dexter forward Doug Grimes. I interviewed Grimes’ coach Dan Donato for this week’s prep hockey podcast and he provided this quote about Grimes: “Doug is a great two-way player who has great size and can really shoot the puck. He has the ability to change a game by his physicality and has a great touch around the net. His best days are ahead of him as he continues to grow into his 6’3, 210 pound frame. Doug is a first-class kid and is an excellent student and member of our community.”


Looking back

Jack Eichel’s 19th goal early in the third period was the game-winner in Buffalo’s 5-2 win against St. Louis. He also scored an empty-netter for his 20th—third best in the NHL, and extended his points streak to 14 games.




Nick Bonino scored his 12th goal in Nashville’s 3-1 win against San Jose.




Brady Tkachuk scored his 11th goal in Ottawa’s 3-2 OT loss to Montreal.





Women’s Team






Monday, December 09, 2019

Honors for Zegras and Schroeder




Freshman Trevor Zegras was named Hockey East Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week after scoring a goal and three assists in wins against Harvard and Northeastern. A second-time ROW winner, he was plus-four with 10 shots in the two victories. With 17 points in 16 games, Zegras is the only Hockey East freshman averaging more than a point a game. Patrick Harper (3G,2A) and Cam Crotty (G,A) were named to the weekly Top Performers list.

● GoTerriers.com report



The good news on Monday continued for Zegras as he and Robert Mastrosimone were named to the 38-man preliminary roster for the U.S. Junior National Team. They’ll attend training camp at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan, and then travel to the World Junior Championships site in Ostrava, Czech Republic where the squad will be pared to 23.

● NHL.com report

● Boston Hockey Blog report



Women’s Team



Junior Corinne Schroeder was named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week after limiting Boston College to just one goal in a pair of Terrier wins. She stopped 46 of 47 shots in the wins, lowering her GAA to 1.39 (5th best in D1) and her save percentage to .949 (3rd best). It was the second DPOW award this season for the BU netminder, whose record is now 9-3-1 with two shutouts. Junior Jesse Compher (G,3A) and freshman Nadia Mattivi (2A) were named to the Hockey East Top Performers list.




Terriers moved up to #8 in the USCHO Week Poll


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