Thursday, October 20, 2016

IBUH #3: Quinn, Hickey, Greeley; All-Access premiers

Episode 3 of Inside BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett’s interview with Head Coach David Quinn, junior defenseman Brandon Hickey and former Terrier Associate Head Coach Steve Greeley. Hickey, a third-round pick of Calgary in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, scored 17 points as a freshman and eight last season. This season, he's assisted on a pair of goals in the Colgate game and scored a power play goal against Denver.

Greeley, a Terrier wing from 2000 to 2004, returned to BU as associate coach when Quinn took the reins as head coach in 2013 and led the recruiting efforts that brought BU many of the high-end players on the current squad, including Clayton Keller, Charlie McAvoy and Kieffer Bellows. In the summer of 2015, he was named  as Player Personnel Director of the New York Rangers. Prior to his return to BU, Greeley was a scout for the 2012 Stanley Cup winning Los Angeles Kings (photo).

Note that all episodes of Inside BU Hockey are now accessible from one page. The link has now been added to the sidebar in the “Terriers on TV and the Web” section.

Copies of the 2016-17 BU Hockey Team Yearbook & Almanac will be available at Friday night’s game against Sacred Heart. This year’s edition, which features player and coach bios, team and individual records, results of every game from every season, All- Americans, World Junior and Olympic participants and more, will have a new page listing all-time Hockey East Award winners.  The almanac can be purchased for $10 at a kiosk next to the statue of former head coach Jack Kelley.

BU All-Access is back. Episode 1 premiered on NESN Wednesday and now is available on YouTube. The segment features a season preview, scenes from the June NHL Entry Draft when four Terriers were selected in the first round, as well as segments on The 2nd annual Comm Ave. Charity Classic, senior captain Doyle Somerby, former BU blueliner and assistant captain Brian Strait, and former co-captain and U.S. Olympic hero Mike Eruzione.

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Women’s Team
Terriers dropped a 6-2 decision to Northeastern on Tuesday at Matthews Arena.  BU and NU were tied at one after the first period with freshman Natasza Tarnowski scoring her first collegiate goal. But the Huskies outscored the Terriers three to one in the middle period. BU’s goal was scored by graduate student Mary Parker—her 100th career point  and the ninth of this season.
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● Daily Free Press recap

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