Thursday, December 01, 2016

IBUH #8: Quinn, Curry, Rappleye--UPDATED

Episode 8 of Inside BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett’s interviews with Head Coach David Quinn, freshman forward Patrick Curry and hockey journalist Tim Rappleye. Curry, a Schaumburg, Illinois native who scored 33 points with the USHL Bloomington Thunder last year, recorded his first multi-point game in the win against Harvard, with a goal and an assist, skating on the second line.

Rappleye has written for College Hockey News, New England Hockey Journal, New York Hockey Journal and ESPN Interactive. He’s currently writing a book, titled “Parker’s Wiseguys,” about the Terriers’ 1978 NCAA Championship season that concluded with a 5-3 win over Boston College. (See THFB Terrier Tale “That ChampionshipSeason.”)

The Dog Pound is organizing a trip to Burlington for next weekend’s two-game series against Vermont. Details on the Facebook page.  Reservations need to be confirmed by Friday, Dec. 2.

Looking ahead
2017 recruit Ty Amonte scored his ninth goal and then assisted on another early in the third period to bring Penticton even with Trail at three apiece but the Smoke Eaters prevailed, 5-3. Amonte has a 9-14-23 scoring line in 28 games for the first-place Vees.

Looking back
US Hockey Hall of Fame induction dinner:

Wade Megan's eighth goal was the game-winner in AHL Chicago's 3-2 victory over Rockford. The center from Canton, NY, who also recorded an assist, has 14 points for the Wolves. 

Women’s Team
Graduate student Mary Parker earned Hockey East Warrior Player of the Month honors for November after registering nine goals and five assists in nine games, including three game-winners.
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Currently on a four-game winning streak, the Terriers begin a home and home series with Connecticut on Friday at Storrs.

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