Monday, August 24, 2015

Monday Linkorama--UPDATED

With BU’s Oct. 3 exhibition game against Acadia less than six weeks away, it’s a good time to look back on the Terriers’ 2014-15 campaign that resulted in the 30th Beanpot Championship in program history, the eighth Hockey East Tournament title, our third Hobey Baker Award winner and an NCAA playoff run that reached the title game. Start with Boston University: The Season—Full Length Documentary.  And then check out individual game highlights found here.

ESPN’s John Buccigross, taking fan questions on Twitter was asked about post-Eichel BU:

►, examining top Bruins prospects, profiled 2015 second-round pick (#45 overall) Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson. With two centers from last year’s Terriers having departed, the Stockholm native, who scored 53 points in 50 games last season for USHL Omaha, is likely to step into a top-six role from the get-go.
● report
Elite Prospects card

Looking ahead
NTDP U18 defenseman Chad Krys, the latest addition to that recruiting pipeline, discussed his decision to play for the school where both parents were star athletes, his return to the NTDP and trying out for the Junior National Team in Lake Placid. Krys and fellow BU recruits Clayton Keller, Kieffer Bellows and Jake Oettinger will skate against the Terriers in an exhibition game on Friday, Oct. 16.
● Ridgefield Press report

Looking Back
Connecticut native Nick Bonino, acquired by the Penguins this summer, along with former Terrier Adam Clendening, returned to the Nutmeg state for an exhibition game on the rink where he created headlines a decade ago.
● Bristol Press report

Goalie Grant Rollheiser, a member of the 2009 NCAA champion Terriers, has signed a new contract with the ECHL Wichita Thunder. Rollheiser was a sixth round draft pick by Toronto in the 2008 draft.
● Report

Sharks Fan site Blades of Teal reviews Matt Nieto's second NHL season. 

Women’s Team
Sophomore Victoria Bach scored Team Canada’s only goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to Team USA in the 2015 Under 22 Series at Lake Placid. Senior Sarah Lefort and sophomore Rebecca Leslie also skated for Canada. Bach was Hockey East Rookie of the Year last season.
USA Hockey report

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