Thursday, November 23, 2017

Red Hot Hockey on Terrier TV; Parker heads to USHHOF

Happy Thanksgiving, Terrier fans.

Saturday’s renewal of the Red Hot Hockey rivalry between BU and Cornell at Madison Square Garden will be broadcast live on TerrierTV at 8 p.m. The game also will air on the Terrier Sports Radio Network.
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On Dec. 13, legendary Terrier coach Jack Parker will be inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. In a USHHOF article, Parker, who won 897 games, three NCAA titles and 11 conference championships, talked about his 40 years behind the BU bench. Also among the inductees are Parker’s former assistant, Ben Smith and a former player—and recent BU assistant—Scott Young.

Looking ahead
Neutral Zone has launched a free prep hockey Website with rosters, game recaps and box scores and stats on New England Prep Hockey. Future Terriers who will be playing in the prep ranks this season are: Braden Doyle, Lawrence Academy; Cade Webber, The Rivers School; and Drew Commesso and Liam Connors, St. Sebastian’s. Former Terriers coaching prep teams include: Tony Amonte, Thayer; Carl Corazzini, St. Mark’s, Shawn McEachern, The Rivers School; and Doug Friedman, Kents Hill..

Looking back

In Wednesday’s Bruins-Devils game, ex-Terriers were outnumbered by ex-Eagles, but it was Charlie McAvoy who decided the outcome, scoring the shootout game-winner—in the 11th round—in Boston’s 3-2 victory. McAvoy logged 27:04 in ice time. Two time All-American and Terrier captain Matt Grzelcyk, recalled to Boston from the AHL on Tuesday, recorded his first NHL point,  assisting on the Bruins’ first goal

The Bruins’ Black Dog Breakdown analyzes McAvoy’s highlight reel goal against the Kings. (video)

Jack Eichel’s sixth goal gave Buffalo an early lead, but Minnesota would take a 5-4 decision. Charlie Coyle, who recently returned to the Wild line-up after recovering from a broken leg, recorded an assist for Minnesota.

Alex Chiasson scored his third goal and added an assist in Washington’s 5-2 win against Ottawa
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Former Terrier co-captain John McCarthy scored the game winner for AHL San Jose in the Barracuda's 3-2 win over San Antonio.  AJ Greer scored his fourth goal for the Rampage.
Former Terrier Tommy Kelley is continuing his hockey career in the ECHL with the New Hampshire Monarchs
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