Monday, November 23, 2015

Monday Linkorama

Doyle Somerby, who scored the game-winner in Friday’s 3-2 victory against Michigan, and assistant captain Danny O’Regan were named to Hockey East’s Weekly List of Top Performers.

The BostonHockey Blog reports that Sean Maguire will start in goal Tuesday night against Bentley and that Captain Matt Grzelcyk, injured Saturday against Michigan, will sit out the Bentley game. The team hopes to have him back for Saturday’s game against Cornell.

The fifth installment of Red Hot Hockey at Madison Square Garden is just days away and Newsday examines how the series has led to the rebirth of college hockey at that world famous venue.

Looking ahead
The NTDP U17s, whose roster includes 2017 recruits Brady Tkachuk and David Farrance and 2018 recruit Logan Cockerill, will play the Detroit Redwings’ alumni on Tuesday in a charity game benefitting the Plymouth-Canton High School Marching Band. Tkachuk had a pair of goals for the U17s last weekend and is fifth on the team with a 5-7-12 line.

The U18s, led by 2016 recruits Clayton Keller (37 points) and Kieffer Bellows (27 points), have two college games on the schedule this week:  Adrian College on Wednesday and Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Sunday.
NTDP Notebook  and player stats

Looking back
Former BU captain Kevin Shattenkirk earned the NHL’s third star of the week for his 2-4-6 effort in four games for the Blues.

Women’s Team
Senior Sarah Lefort and sophomore Victoria Bach were named Warrior Co-Players of the Week by Hockey East.  Lefort, who last week became BU’s new career goal-scoring leader, assisted on six Terrier goals during the two-game sweep of Merrimack. Bach, who earned Hockey East Rookie of the Year honors last season, rang up a hat trick in Friday’s win and an assist in Saturday’s victory.

Daily Free Press weekend recap and Bach shines 

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