Wednesday, January 02, 2013


BU fell to 9th in the USCHO Division One Men’s Poll following the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame game loss to Denver. Terriers return to action Friday against Renssalaer at Agganis Arena and conclude their three-game out-of-conference swing with a Jan. 9 game, hosting Harvard.

Looking ahead
2013 recruit Robbie Baillargeon scored an unassisted goal--his 10th of the season--and added a power-play assist in Omaha’s 5-4 win against Sioux City.

2013 recruit Jarrid Privitera’s goal got Dubuque on the board early, but the Saints dropped a 4-2 decision to Fargo.

Looking back 

John McCarthy scored with 1:06 left in regulation to give Worcester a 3-2 win against Manchester. McCarthy, co-captain of BU’s 2008-09 NCAA championship team and current Sharks captain, took time for a “Hangin’ Out” interview with New England Hockey Journal. (Photo: Worcester Sharks)

Congratulations to former Terrier wing John Hynes, now head coach of AHL Wilkes Barre/Scranton, who became the winningest coach in franchise history with his 116th victory, a 3-2 win against Syracuse on Dec. 22.

Alex Chiasson’s fifth goal of the season was the game-winner for Texas in a 3-1 win over Charlotte. Chiasson, who also assisted on an insurance goal, talked about the Stars tough division after the game.
Charlie Coyle scored his 12th goal of the season in Houston’s 4-2 win against Oklahoma City.

Women’s team
Three Terriers, senior Jennelle Kohanchuk, junior Marie-Philip Poulin and freshman Sarah Lefort are in Germany, skating for Team Canada in the Meco Cup, which begins tomorrow. Poulin scored a hattrick in an 8-1 exhibition blitzing of Germany. All three should be back in time for BU’s next game, a Jan. 8 visit to Connecticut. report.

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