Saturday, March 02, 2019

GameDay BU vs Merrimack on Senior NIght

On Senior Night, Terriers host Merrimack in their final regular-season home game. Currently in fifth place in Hockey East, BU will need to win its final two games and see Lowell and/or Northeastern lose their final games to move into a home ice slot for the conference playoffs. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m.

After Thursday’s tie against Providence, BU enters the game on a four-game unbeaten streak in which goalie Jake Oettinger has yielded just two goals.

In two earlier meetings, BU defeated the Warriors, 7-2, in January, after having been blanked, 4-0, in October.

A second radio broadcast will be available on TRSN as a student crew will produce the first-ever Mandarin radio broadcast for a men's college hockey game. 

● preview, Game Notes, Live Stats, TerrierTV, Terrier Sports Radio Network, BU GameDay 
● Boston Hockey Blog Live In-Game Blog 
● Daily Free Press preview 
● WTBU Sports preview 
● College Hockey News Tale of the Tape 

Looking ahead 
New England Hockey Journal: Rivers defenseman Cade Webber blazes trail to BU 

2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone scored his 22nd goal and added an assist in Chicago’s 5-3 loss to Dubuque. He has 43 points in 39 games for the Steel.

►New York Hockey Journal: Mastrosimone leaving his mark with Chicago Steel 

2019 recruit Ethan Phillips scored his 11th goal and added an assist in Sioux Falls’ 4-1 win against Tri-City. He has 32 points in 34 games for the Stampede. 

2019 recruit Dom Fensore scored his fifth goal in the NTDP U18s 11-0 rout of Madison. Case McCarthy recorded an assist for Team USA. 
USA Hockey recap and box score

2020 recruits Dylan Peterson and Luke Tuch each contributed an assist in the NTDP U17s’ 4-3 win against Sioux City. 

Looking back

Jack Eichel scored his 23rd goal in Buffalo’s 4-3 overtime win against Pittsburgh. Evan Rodrigues assisted on the game-tying goal in the comeback win. 

Women’s Team

Behind two goals apiece from Sophomore Nara Elia and freshman Mackenna Parker, the #8 Terriers took game one of its quarterfinal series with New Hampshire, 5-1 at Walter Brown Arena.  Freshman Courtney Correia had the other BU goal, as BU sprinted to a 4-0 lead before the Wildcats got on the board in the third period. Sammy Davis and Jesse Compher each had two assists while Corrine Schroeder stopped 25 UNH shots. Game 2 is set for 3 p.m. today.
● recap and comprehensive box score 
Video highlights
Compher has been named to the Team USA roster for the 2019 Women’s World Championships in Espoo, Finland, April 4-14.

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