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Max Prawdzik stopped 20 of 21 shots to lead Lone Star to a 3-1 win Friday night over Janesvilles, as the Brahmas sweep NAHL Robertson Cup semifinals. The former Brooks School standout, who will return to BU in September, made 30 saves in game one, a 3-2 overtime victory. Prawdzik has won eight of ten playoff games while ringing up a 1.71 GAA and a .913 save percentage. The Brahmas move on to Sunday’s championship game against the winner of today’s deciding game between Ashton and Aberdeen.
Meanwhile, Jake Oettinger, is again attending the prestigious Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Camp in Plymouth, Mich. Oettinger was named to Hockey East’s 2017 Pro Ambitions All-Rookie team, along with Clayton Keller and Patrick Harper, and also was named a second-team Hockey East All-Star.
2017 recruit Ty Amonte and the Penticton Vees begin play next week in the RBC Cup which crowns Canada’s Junior A champion. The right-shot forward, son of former BU star Tony Amonte, has 43 points for the Vees this season.
Four Terriers remain in the hunt for the Stanley Cup. Penguins Coach Mike Sullivanand Nick Bonino (photo), looking to repeat, face Ottawa, with Matt O’Connor on the roster, in the Eastern Conference final, while Colin Wilson and Nashville take on Anaheim in the Western Conference final. [Note out the “How to Win a Stanley Cup” feature by blog contributor Neal Boudette. Link is in the sidebar]
Clayton Keller registered an assist for Team USA in its 5-3 win against Latvia in the IIHF World Championships. IT was Team USA’s fourth straight win after an opening game loss.
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Chris Bourque scored the overtime game-winner as Hershey defeated Providence, 2-1, in the first game of the teams’ second round Calder Cup series, which now stands a one game apiece.
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Rebecca Leslie will captain the 2017-18 Terriers. The rising senior forward from Ottawa has 114 points in her first three seasons. Graduate student Mary Parker was named last season’s team MVP. She led Hockey East with 24 goals and was second in points with 45.
Former Terrier standouts Marie-Philip Poulin and Jennifer Wakefield have been named to the centralization camp for Canada’s 2018 Olympic team.
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