Friday, December 06, 2019

Power forward commits; Terrier women face BC

BU has received a commitment from power forward Doug Grimes for 2022. A Brookline native, the 6’1”, 185 lb. right-wing is a junior at Dexter Southfield School where he plays for former Terrier Dan Donato. Grimes had a 6-10-16 line for Dexter last season. This past fall, he played for the Cape Cod Whalers in the EHF 18U leagues.

NEHJ: “The 6-foot-1 power forward showed vast improvement from last season to this with a solid fall for the Cape Cod Whalers 18-U. “

️Doug Grimes to BU. Long, rangy w/ a good stick. Creates turnovers & goes to scoring areas. Stride will allow for more speed as he matures. Big boy who is starting to grow into his body. Lots of upside. 📈 @DXSF_BHockey 👤📰🆓
— Neutral Zone (@_Neutral_Zone) December 6, 2019

Grimes joins forwards Devin Kaplan, Ryan Greene, Nick Roukounakis and Jack Harvey and defenseman Lane Hutson in the 2022 class.
Elite Prospects stat page

New England Hockey Journal report

Women’s Team

#9 Terriers begin a home-and-home series with #8 BC tonight at Walter Brown Arena with puck drop set for 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast on NESNplus and be available outside of New England on CBS All-Access. The teams met last month with the Eagles taking a 4-2 win.

BC is led by freshman Hannah Bilka and sophomore Kelly Browne, who each have 23 points. Last weekend, the Eagles tied #1 Minnesota and lost to #2 Wisconsin.

For BU, senior Sammy Davis has 17 points, while senior Abby Cook and junior Nara Elia each have 14. Freshman Julia Nearis is the top goal-scorer with eight. Junior Kristin Schuler has seven tallies. The 10-4-1 Terriers have won five of their last six games.

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