Sunday, November 22, 2009

Better effort produces tie with UNH--UPDATED

Terriers rebounded last night with a strong effort, but came away with a 3-3 tie in the home end of the weekend series with New Hampshire. Sophomores Corey Trivino, David Warsofsky and Vinny Saponari scored the goals and Grant Rollheiser turned away 27 shots in his second start of the season. BU plays two non-conference games this week, visiting Harvard on Tuesday and returning to Madison Square Garden on Saturday for a renewal of Red Hot Hockey vs. Cornell. (Photo of Saponari goal courtesy of WTBU)

• recap and video highlights.
• USCHO recap
• WTBU recap, notes and Jack Parker post-game comments (audio link)
• Boston Hockey Blog post-game comments from Saponari and Warsofsky.
• Boston Globe recap
• Comprehensive boxscore
Daily Free Press recap

Looking ahead

2010 recruit Charlie Coyle had a hand in all four South Shore goals in the Kings' 4-1 win over Syracuse in ECHL play. Hescored shorthanded and on a power play and added a pair of assists, bringing his season totals to 10-26-36 in 21 games, third best in the league.

Looking back
Former Terrier co-captain John McCarthy scored his second goals of the season in the Worcester Sharks’ 3-2 win against Norfolk. McCarthy has 8 points on the season.

Colin Wilson, who missed the past eight games with a groin injury, has been assigned by Nashville to its Milwaukee affiliate in the AHL.

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