Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Eyes on the prize

With the Terrier's semifinal matchup with Vermont less than a day away, we have another BUshel full of articles, video highlights and audio interviews to fill the hours before gametime.
Final Four Central
Semifinal Game Notes
Quotes from Coach Jack Parker
Quotes from Players
Gametracker and Listen Link
Pre-game and watch parties in Washington, D.C.
Pre-game and watch parties—national
Frozen Four Web site
BU All-Access offer links to video highlights for both Hobey Hattrick finalists, Colin Wilson and Matt Gilroy, and an audio interview with freshman standout David Warsofsky
•Scott Weighart looks at five candidate for the Terriers’ “unsung player.”

BU-Vermont semifinal preview
Miami-Bemidji State semifinal preview
Wednesday BU Notebook
More Notebooks

College Hockey News
BU-Vermont preview
Tale of the Tape matchup
Adam Wodon goes one-on-one with the four Frozen Four coaches
Terrier goaltending coach Mike Geragosian talks about Kieran Millan
Millan discusses Geragosian

Inside Hockey’s All-American team
BU-Vermont preview
Miami-Bemidji State preview

Podcast Video Report

The Boston Herald’s John Connolly offers a look at the past six decades of Terrier Hockey.

The Boston Globe’s Nancy Marrapese-Burrell will conduct a Frozen Four live chat on Thursday at 1 p.m.

New York Times’ Frozen Four preview's BU-Vermont preview

Yahoo! Sports’ Q&A with Matt Gilroy

Bruce Ciskie of NHL Fanhouse wonders if anyone can stop the Terriers’ quest for a title.

The Pipeline Show in Edmonton, which previously interviewed hometown star Kieran Millan and co-captain Matt Gilroy, spoke with Terrier head coach Jack Parker and the three other Frozen Four coaches.

More game notes
Bemidji State

►Forward Joe Pereira who suffered a ruptured spleen in the Hockey East championship game has recovered enough to join his teammate in Washington, D.C.

Looking back
BU Today catches up with three members BU's 1995 NCAA championship team: forwards Mike Prendergast and Mike Sylvia and goalie Tom Noble.

April is award season for Boomer Ewing. Last spring, at the end of his Terrier career, he won Second Team All-American and First Team Hockey East honors. Now in his first pro season, Ewing has been named the ECHL's Rookie-of-the-Year, a First Team all-star and all-Rookie.


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