Saturday, October 29, 2016

Saturday Linkorama--UPDATED

Update: Matt O'Connor recalled to Ottawa

Boston Herald: Five Hockey East Story Lines

Looking back
Former BU MVP Alex Chiasson assisted on a pair of goals as Calgary came from behind twice to defeat Ottawa, 5-2.

Former Terrier captain and All-American Matt Grzelcyk scored his first professional goal in the Providence Bruins’ 4-2 win over Utica.  The Charlestown, Mass., native, who now has three points in eight games, fired a shot past Comets goalie—and former BC netminder—Thatcher Demko.
● Providence Bruins recap
● AHL game summary

Evan Rodrigues scored a pair of goals for Rochester, but St. John rallied with three in the third for a 5-3 win. ERod has five points in six games for the Americans, whose roster also includes Matt Lane.

Matt O’Connor stopped 27 shots in the Binghamton Senators’ 4-3 loss to Syracuse.

Former BU captain John McCarthy scored his first goal of the season in the San Jose Barracuda’s 4-0 shutout of the Bakersfield Condors.

Looking ahead
2017 recruit Hank Crone assisted on a pair of goals for Fargo, but the Force fell to Tri-City, 5-3. Crone is tied for the Fargo scoring lead with 12 points and is tied for third in USHL league scoring.

2017 recruit David Farrance assisted on a goal in the NTDP U18s' 3-2 loss to Youngstown.
USA Hockey recap

We've updated Wednesday report on Dylan Peterson's commitment to BU for 202 with new information, including Canada International Hockey Academy’s announcement and Coach Travis Rycroft's assessment of his leading scorer:

“Dylan Peterson truly is a special kid. Dylan’s on-ice ability is without question incredible, however, couple that with his off-ice dedication and maturation level is something I personally have never observed from a 14-year-old before. To have the intestinal fortitude Dylan has at the age of 14 to continue to better himself both on and off the ice is very difficult to teach, so to have that naturally built within himself is such an important ingredient to not only succeed as a hockey player but also in life."

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