Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Tuesday Linkorama; Free ticket for youth hockey

Terriers fell to number #8 in both the USCHO and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls.

College Hockey News: recap of BU-Denver series

Free Tickets for Youth Hockey Players  
Agganis Arena at Boston University is welcoming all youth hockey players (8th grade and younger) in Massachusetts as a guest to the men’s ice hockey regular season home opener on Friday, October 21, at 7:30 p.m. vs. Sacred Heart. For more information call the arena box office at 617-353-GOBU or email arena@bu.edu.
Looking ahead
USA Hockey photo by Rena Laverty
2017 recruit Logan Cockerill is featured in this week's USA Hockey NTDP player profile.  
SBN’s Chris Dilks scouted the NTDP U17s, including 2018 recruits Jake Wise, Tyler Weiss and Jack DeBoer  and 2019 recruit Joel Farabee, after their two losses against the Upper Midwest High School Elite League.

SBN’s Jeff Cox looks at the pool of 2001 birthdate players likely to be invited to the next NTDP evaluation camp in March. Among them are four future Terriers he profiled:

Robert Mastrosimone, (photo) East Islip, NY, Shattuck St. Mary’s 16U, Left Shot, 5’8”/141 (Boston University) - He’s a good skater with blazing speed and good hands. He’s a goal scorer with a hard shot. He has a hard slap shot and wrist shot. Simply, he’s just a finisher. He has the speed to separate himself from a defender. He gets a lot of breakaways and he has the skill set to finish off highlight reel goals.

Trevor Zegras, Bedford, NY, Avon Old Farms, Left Shot, 5’10”/140 (Boston University) - He’s a gifted offensive player with elite hands and skating. His speed allows him to generate a ton of chances. He finds seams in defenses and is an elite stickhandler. He has a very good first step with agility and the ability to stop and start quickly. He makes his linemates better and can make plays from nothing.

Case McCarthy, Clarence, NY, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U, Right Shot, 6’1”/187 (Boston University) - He’s already developed well and has pro size. He’s smooth and has a good first step for a player his age and size. He makes good looks on the power play from the point. He doesn’t have the dynamic athletic ability that some of the other top 2001 defensemen do, but he has the size and pro frame while still having impressive mobility.

Braden Doyle, Lynnfield, Mass., Lawrence Academy, Left Shot, 5’10”/155 (Boston University) - He’s an offensive-minded defenseman that is at his best when he’s keeping it simple. He’s a good skater with elite puck skills and vision for a defenseman his age. He has good footwork to receive passes and get off quick one-timers. He has a hard shot and likes to join the rush. When he picks his spots more wisely, he’s at his best.

Looking back
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Blues power up with Shattenkirk

Women’s Team
Terriers travel cross-town tonight to face Northeastern in a 7 p.m. start at Matthews Arena. Both teams are coming off weekends that produced a win and a tie. BU tied Penn State, 3-3, Friday before dominating the Nittany Lions, 7-2 on Saturday. The Huskies hosted Syracuse coming away with a 2-2 tie and a 1-0 win. Sophomore Sammy Davis (9 points, photo), senior Samantha Sutherland (8) and graduate student Mary Parker (8) lead the 3-1-1 Terriers.
Daily Free Press preview

Parker earned Hockey East Warrior Co-Player of the Week honors for her four goals and two assists in the two-game series against Penn State. Her six points were most by any D1 player—male or female—this past weekend.  Sophomore Connor Galway was named to the Top Performers list after scoring her first collegiate goal.
● HockeyEastOnline report
● GoTerriers.com report
● Daily Free Press recap of Penn State series

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