Sunday, August 29, 2021


Sidebar Updates

Three YouTube videos showing Terriers’ first NHL goal has been added to the Video Highlights list (at the bottom). Kudos to Bart Rhett who prepared and uploaded these videos.

● We’ve also updated the Recruits List, deleting the five incoming freshman and adding the four recent commits.

● Chris Heisenberg’s 2022 Recruit Page has been added to the Links list 

Looking back

Former BU All-American defenseman and broadcast hockey analyst Colby Cohen has a new gig as a Content Analyst for the Chicago Blackhawks. He will appear on all team content channels, including social media platforms, podcasts and be a regular contributor to 

In addition, he will also appear regularly in studio during NBC Sports Chicago's coverage of Blackhawks games. Cohen, whose overtime game-winning goal (video) earned him Most Outstanding Player of the 2009 NCAA Championships, has indicated he’ll continue to be part of the ESPN team on the NCAA Frozen Four. 

He is one of six blueliners from BU's 2009 title team to play in the NHL, along with Kevin Shattenkirk, Matt Gilroy, Eric Gryba, Brian Strait and David Warsofsky.

● Cohen hired as content analyst

Former Terrier captain Bobo Carpenter has signed a one-year deal with AHL Milwaukee. He spent the past two seasons with the Islanders’ AHL affiliate in Bridgeport. As a four-year Terrier, he scored 102 points (56G,46A) with a career-best 35 points as an assistant captain on BU’s 2017-18 Hockey East Champions.

● Elite Prospects Page

Looking ahead

2022 recruit Jack Harvey, after scoring 17 points in his initial season with USHL Chicago, looks to take on a bigger role as the Steel seek to defend their 2021 Clark Cup championship. The 5'10" left-shot forward from Stacy, Minn., previously played for Gentry Academy, scoring 40 points as a 16U and 37 points as a 15U.

Steel Hockey Report Hengen impressed with Jack Harvey's maturity

Women’s Team

Canada team captain Marie-Philip Poulin scored a goal and added an assist in a 7-0 blanking of Germany in the quarterfinals of the IIHF Women’s World Championships. Her second-period tally came off a centering from Victoria Bach, playing in her first World Championship tournament. Canada takes on Switzerland in a semi-final game on Monday.

Team USA also had a one-side quarterfinal win, dumping Japan, 10-2. Jesse Compher had an assist for Team USA, which faces Finland in a semi-final Monday.  Both semifinals will air on NHL Network.

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