Tuesday, January 05, 2010


Friday’s match-up with longtime rival BC at Fenway Park is just a few days away. In Hockey East Online’s “5 Minute Major” interview series, Commissioner Joe Bertagna talked about the contest which will be the nightcap of the “SunLife Frozen Fenway” doubleheader.

There will be at least two Gilroy brothers at the game, as former BU co-captain Matt Gilroy told the New York Post, he’ll be watching brother Kevin and the Terriers in person. He’ll be in town for the Rangers’ game against the Bruins on Saturday.

While Brandon Yip has realized a longtime dream of playing in the NHL, he told the Denver Post he would have loved to be playing in Friday’s game at Frozen Fenway.

Blog contributor candycanes99 has prepared an extended highlights reel of Saturday’s 7-3 win against UMass.

David Warsofsky and Team USA go for the gold in the final of World Junior Championships tonight in Saskatoon. They’ll face Canadian, which edged the Americans, 5-4 in a shootout during the preliminary round. The game airs on NHL Network at 8 p.m. EST
Looking back

Colin Wilson had a goal and two assists for Milwaukee in the Admirals 6-4 loss to Hamilton on Sunday. Wilson is looking to return to Nashville where he began the season, prior to an injury.

Syracuse Crunch wing Chris Higgins, also injured for much of the season, is now healthy and has been sent to the Gwinnett (GA) Gladiators in the ECHL where he’ll rejoin former linemate Jason Lawrence.

Looking ahead 2010 recruit Charlie Coyle registered his 13th goal of the season in the South Shore Kings’ 4-1 win against the Vermont Glades. Coyle, whose cousin is former BU and NHL standout Tony Amonte, is projected to be a high draft pick in June’s NHL entry draft.

2011 recruit Alexx Priviterra and the NTDP U17s come home from the World U17 Challenge with gold medals after a 2-1 win against Ontario in the championship game.

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