The Boston Hockey Blog takes a detailed look at the Terriers at mid-season with a report that analyzes all positions, special teams and recruiting along with calling out several defining moments and the top five goals scored (video).
World Junior Championships
The first two cuts were made to the U.S. squad and all seven Terriers made the cut. One more cut is expected to reach a final 23-man roster.
● United States of Hockey report
Oettinger spoke with NHL.com’s Mike Morreale during the latest Draftcast podcast (begins at 3:50)
A little friendly competition at Canada’s camp between Dante Fabbro and his former BCHL teammate and North Dakota freshman Tyson Jost.
Captain of Jack Parker’s final Terrier squad in 2012-13, Megan leads Chicago in goals with 13 and is third in the AHL. The Canton, NY native was originally draft by Florida in 2009. Scheduled to skate tonight on the third or fourth line for the Blues, he’ll become the 78th Terrier to skate in an NHL game and the fourth to make his NHL debut this season. On the Blues, he’ll rejoin another former BU captain, Kevin Shattenkirk, whose junior year was Megan’s first on Comm. Ave.
Back in the AHL after two games with Boston, Matt Grzelcyk scored his second goal of the season in a 3-1 P-Bruins’ win over Utica last night.
Matt Grzelcyk beats Thatcher Demko from way out to give P-Bruins 1-0 lead in Utica. Both of his goals this season vs. Demko
— Mark Divver (@MarkDivver) December 22, 2016
Ahti Oksanen scored a goal and an assist in Hartford’s 5-4 winagainst Syracuse on Wednesday evening.
Former Terrier All-American Shawn McEachern visited a familiar venue Tuesday when he brought his #2 ranked Rivers School team to Walter Brown Arena. The Red Wings defeated #7 Exeter, 4-3.
On Tuesday, O’Regan had three assists in the San Jose Barracuda’s 6-3 win over Stockton. Former BU co-captain John McCarthy added a goal and an assist for San Jose. O’Regan’s team-leading 27 points (7G, 20A) is first among AHL rookies and eighth overall.
Former Terrier standout forward and associate head coach Mike Bavis has joined the Babson staff as assistant coach.
Happy/proud to announce that we have added Mike Bavis as an assistant coach, tremendous addition to our program & makes us much better
— Babson Hockey (@BabsonHockey) December 20, 2016
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