Thursday, April 04, 2019

Linkorama offers grades for the 2018-19 Terriers, while Daily Free Press reporter Brady Gardner has compiled his picks for 2018-19 Terrier “superlatives.”

Looking ahead
2020 recruits Dylan Peterson and Luke Tuch scored goals in the NTDP U17s’ 4-3 loss to Youngstown. Drew Commesso was in goal for the first half of the game and stopped 15 of 16 Youngstown shots.

● USA Hockey recap and box score

All four members of BU’s 2021 recruit class are ranked for Saturday’s OHL Priority Draft by Prospect Pipeline. Jeremy Wilmer (#4), Danny Zhilkin (#15), Roman Schmidt (#22), Tyler Boucher (#70). NeutralZone ranks Schmidt #6, while the Barrie Colts ranked Schmidt #4 and Zhilkin #8.  Wilmer and Boucher participated in last week’s NTDP Evaluation Camp. Schmidt was invited but his Don Mills Flyers Minor Midgets were playing in the GTHL playoff finals. The Flyers defeated Zhilkin’s Toronto Marlboros to complete a remarkable campaign, going undefeated in the regular season (33W-0L-3T) and playoffs (11W-0L-2T). 
Both Zhilkin and Schmidt committed to BU last summer after standout performances in the Junior Chowder Cup. Zhlikin was ’03 Division MVP, while Schmidt made the tournament all-star team.

2022 recruit Devin Kaplan (photo) scored a pair of power play goals, including the game-winner in the North Jersey Avalanche’s 4-3 win against Compuware on the first day of USA Hockey’s Tier 1, 16U Championships in Grand Rapids. Wilmer, assisted on both of Kaplan’s goals and added an even-strength goal.
USA Hockey box score

Looking back

Brady Tkachuk scored his 22nd goal and his 23rd assist in Ottawa’s 4-1 win over the Rangers.

Former Terrier captain Doyle Somerby has been named Cleveland Monsters AHL Man of the Year for his outstanding contributions to the Cleveland community during the 2018-19 season. Monsters’ defensemen Somerby and Adam Clendening each had an assist in Cleveland’s 5-2 win against Laval.

Women’s Team

Former BU standout Marie-Philip Poulin talked with CTV about the future of women’s pro hockey in Canada.

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